I've told you about Kitsplit before because it is great idea. The problem of course is getting the word out and getting more people to know about it.
Mainly, they're very active in New York and Los Angeles. But since I live in St. Louis, I'm still trying to get people to use it.
In fact, I had my first rental of my Canon EOS 5D Mark IV just a few weeks ago. And it was seamless and easy. Cash in my pocket.
Of course, one of the concerns is insurance and KitSplit just announced a 40% discount!
Introducing KitSplit Instant Insurance
Saving You 40% on Gear Rental Insurance
We are thrilled to announce KitSplit Instant Insurance now 40% less expensive than the competition.
Exclusive to the KitSplit community, you can purchase it instantly when you rent gear on KitSplit, anytime 24/7. Premiums start at $5.
Video Equipment Rental Insurance might not be the sexiest topic, but it is so important to filmmakers and to anyone using professional video, film and photography equipment. Whether you’re renting a $5000 DSLR camera or a $100,000 Arri Alexa kit, insurance is essential. Accidents happen, and sets can be chaotic. You do not want to be on the hook for shelling out thousands, or tens of thousands of dollars to replace broken equipment.
That’s why at KitSplit we’ve gone to great lengths to provide the most thorough and affordable rented gear insurance coverage available. And it just got even better.
In collaboration with Heffernan Insurance Group, we have developed KitSplit Instant Insurance, a groundbreaking insurance product, that is exclusive to KitSplit renters and is 40% less expensive than the competition.
Renters can purchase the new equipment rental insurance in an instant, 24/7 on kitsplit.com – no paperwork, no faxing, no hassle, ever.
Learn more about KitSplit Instant Insurance.
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