With a pending trip to Alaska and the Far East Coast of Russia, I have been following this forum, seeking tips about a number of aspects of flying the Inspire. One area of interest has been the need to occasional hand catch the Inspire. This may be needed when returning to the ship (6,000 tons worth - so hopefully reasonable steady, although it may be moving at the time) and possible from a Zodiac. While the two handles attached to the legs provided one solution, I was keen to try for a one-handed solution. Anyway, what I felt I needed was a better “handle” than simple the legs or battery surround at the rear of the body. I did not want my handle to be permanently attached. Hence I invented the item pictured below. What is needed is a GoPole Grenade Handle, and the following GoPro accessories (2 flat adhesive mounts, numerous pivot arms, a quick release buckle and vertical quick release buckle) and sundry hardware items (several small bolts of the same size as the GoPro thumb screw, 2 part epoxy filler, liquid super glue, sandpaper and a hacksaw). The images below show the finished product, both attached and detached. If there is sufficient interest in obtaining more detail I am happy to do a short video on how to put it all together. I will also post a short video on catching the Inspire.