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  1. $5,500 Australian Dollars + Shipping located Gold Coast, Australia Contact: mangoqld@icloud.com NOTE: Buyer arranges and pays shipping. Manufacturer Quote Walter Klassen Flex back mount Steadicam vests features a hand molded carbon fiber shell, an ultra lightweight carbon fiber arm with end block tilt control. Our harness padding is made with high density foam with air bladder for maximum comfort and support. The lightweight Klassen FLEX provides all the comforts and benefits synonymous with a back mounted harnesses and can handle all your performance needs. Lightweight Easyrig adapter as option New carbon shell, providing flex for ease of movement Higher cut outs at the leg are better for running positions Reduced leather trim more lightweight aesthetic All the benefits features of a Klassen back mounted harness
  2. I am selling my Klassen Flex vest. It has a 2" drop in the arm that is set up for goofy operating. It is the 5th one made that was purchased in November of 2012. It has only been used on one 25 day shoot. It will fit someone about 190lb(86kg) "right out of the box", but Walter Klassen is very good about retrofitting vests for changing body sizes. Original purchase price was $5000 USD. Selling for $3900 USD
  3. Hi All, selling a Walter Klassen Flex back mount. I bought it in a full steadicam package 2 years ago. selling because it's to big for me. I try to use it few times but it doesn't fit me so I decided to Keep it a while but I never used again and I didn't grow up. So here is brand new: Flex Vest S/N: 042 : Top = 15 ¼” Bottom = 16 ½” Front/Back = 12 ½” For a man 5’10” and 210lbs Located in Barcelona. Asking 3.000€ OBO. Buyer pays Shipping, fees & VAT if needed. Thank you all interested can mail aswell direct to ppaureig@gmail.com
  4. Hello All Selling my Klassen Flex Back Mounted Vest. Purchased new January 2017, In great condition. $3600 I'm 5'10'' Waist 30-32 Inches Fits my frame well. Measurements: TOP: 13 1/4" BOTTOM: 14 3/4" F/B: 10 1/4" BACK: 19 1/2" Would trade for GPI PRO Vest, as I now have two of these back mounted vests so no need for both. Based in LA and more than happy for you to test . Will.lyte@gmail.com
  5. Hey Guys, I bought this vest because I thought I would be making a career switch. I bought the vest from Robin Smith from Canada paid around 4,000 and 200 to get it into the US. I used this vest for the week long steadicam class and that's all. I really love steadicam, but it is not for me at this time. It does have the drop down arm for goofy operators which is limiting for regular guys because it can only be mounted goofy. The drop down arm enables your low mode to be even lower. I spoke with Jennifer Platz from Klassen about switching to a straight arm and for me she offered return of this arm and a new straight for the fee of 700$ I didn't go for this because I am goofy and I don't really need it. I can't guarantee Klassen would offer the same price or deal, but that is what I was offered. Some info from WK: The general rule of thumb for our harnesses is that operators can share vests if they’re within 2 inches and 15lbs of each other. The further away you get from that the more likely it’s not a good fit. Robin is 6’1 and 185lbs. The flex is much lighter than a regular WK vest. It is impressive if you are used to a regular WK. Robin said he only used it for 24 days and ended up being happier front mounted. Everyone has their prefs. Pictures can be found here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pcecilian/12511358484/in/set-72157640945292575 The price of 3,750 is firm. If anyone is wondering about me because I don't ever really post here. I am a 600 DIT here in NY and have worked with many of the people on the board. Email is best for contacting me patrick.cecilian@gmail.com Thanks for looking. Patrick Cecilian
  6. hey yall does anyone recommend a Phantom Flex owner/operator/tech? Im sure I can get something put together at Abel, but Id love to bring someone on who may own a Phantom. Im willing to hear about other rental houses as well. I am based in Los Angeles and looking for a Phantom for the first week in December brett.
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