Seems really stiff and easy and firm to adjust!
Both rods warped unusable.
Lightweight and durable. The screws on the upper locks are initially too loose, allowing the rods to collapse under load.
Otherwise good rods, but hard to get the sticks to stick.
The old 15v BD synclinet starts to fall asleep so here's the update. They have skied and hiked. Slightly lighter these new. I use a tent that can be erected with poles and a little worry that these are somewhere in the terrain a hint of short for a good erection in my own tent. The problem has not yet come to the fore, but the length is at the limits.
With handy telescopic poles, the mechanism can be used smoothly even with gloves in hand. You should do the biggest somma available for the snow, otherwise it will sink to the bottom.
Good handles and handlebars in my hand. Easy to stack and put back into use. Decent in every way.
Highly functional poles that have seen several day trips without any problems in addition to Halti hiking. Fast and firm fastenings. Sompas hold well even in rocky terrain.
Durable, sturdy, good grip on almost all surfaces.
Perfect for hiking and Finnish Nordic walking.
Fits well in the hand and easy length adjustment.
High quality and good product for both hiking and uphill training.
High-quality and sturdy hiking poles. The downside is that the snowman has to be purchased separately.
At first they felt heavy after the old, long-used light walking sticks. But once you got used to them and found the right length for each terrain then now they feel good and are in use every day. The wrist loops familiar from old ski poles are much better than those used in current poles. You should always think about how to thread them and which one is left and which one is right. I recommend very good walking and hiking poles.
Works. For versatile outdoor sports ladies.
High-quality, well-functioning rods for their use. Value for money ok.
Well endured for miles in the woods and even in rocky terrain
The walking stick is a walking stick ... This walking stick works as it should, but you might want a locking mechanism on your wrist strap. It adjusts the strap by pulling in either direction, but does not lock, so it may loosen on its own times - whether it is a nuisance or not depends on usage. It's nothing extraordinarily loose, but not so tense. I’m no Nordic walker, and for the first time I’m trying a walking stick on a hiking trip, so I’m probably not the most demanding user. But in other respects the rods seem completely objective - light and sturdy enough. The length adjustments work and their locks hold. There is no doubt that when wading across a river, such a rod is a better support than a fishing rod, for example.
High quality, easy and good telescopic mount, still in low use so no information on durability.
After one hike experience, I am very satisfied rods sturdiness. They go into a small space and the handle is also sturdy and does not slide even when your hands get wet.
Really affordable rods.
Basic sticks. Length adjustment locks loosen during use. On the third hike, the second rod bent. The telescope no longer works, but otherwise can still be used. That is, not suitable for big guys or with a big backpack.