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GoPro Wrist Housing

Item #: GP-WRH
$49.95
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GoPro Wrist Housing

Wear your GoPro like a watch for easy access when capturing footage on the fly. The Wrist Housing secures the camera flat against your wrist, yet lets you quickly pivot it upright to shoot photos or video. When not recording, youíll have full use of both hands, making it perfect for surfing, snorkeling, climbing and skiing. Fits over ski gloves or jackets with the included adapter, plus straps to kayak paddles, kitesurfing kites and other gear for a wide range of shooting possibilities. Waterproof to 197' (60m).

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Features
  • Secures camera flat against your wrist for hands-free convenience
  • Enables you to quickly pivot camera upright to capture video and photos
  • Fits over ski gloves and jackets with included adapter
  • Can be secured to paddles, kitesurfing kites and other gear
  • Waterproof to 197' (60m)


Compatibility: HERO4 Black, HERO4 Silver, HERO3+, HERO3

Whatís included
  • Wrist Housing
  • Neoprene/Velcro Wrist Strap
  • Wrist Strap Adapter
  • Standard Backdoor
  • Skeleton Backdoor
  • BacPac Backdoor
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