Wild Heerbrugg (Leica) Traverse Kit with hard case
For your consideration is a Wild Heerbrugg (Leica) traverse kit with hard case:
-Two GDF22 tribrachs with optical plummets. Used of course. One focus ring has electrical tape on one, none on the other. You will see minor plastic cracking on the one without, but it does not affect it. The one with tape has cracking as well. Both work absolutely perfectly as it's just cosmetic. One tribrach has all of the service stuff documented on the bottom, the other I had removed for some reason. This documentation was from the previous owner.
-Two adjustable prism carriers set to the "T2" line. Used of course. The bayonet is held in place with a grub screw that I covered with a piece of electric tape to keep dirt out. You can remove the tape if you like. The "T2" line is where it needs to be set for all modern Leica total stations to maintain your vertical heights. Therefore, it is compatible with all modern Leica total stations as it currently sits.
-One Wild Heerbrugg GPR1 prism and one Leica GPR1 prism held in new GPH1 holders and used Wild GZT4 target plates. The prisms are identical in function. The Wild Heerbrugg glass is darn near perfect cosmetically, but the Leica has some slight surface marks in the glass. I have not noticed any performance difference between the two. Evidence of use and some pink paint is on both prism assemblies. Inventory tags on back of prisms.
-Case; used with working latches and handle. Interior is in perfect condition. Heavy.
Bubbles and optical plummets should be verified by you before you start making money with this setup. It served me well, but you should confirm it for yourself. Note: In the pictures, the tribrachs are not sitting on a level surface.
It's a decent, high quality setup to get your career going, or, to keep as spares.
I'm asking $650 shipped to the lower 48.
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