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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by rcproperty, Mar 23, 2013.
interesting video from the states!
I wonder if I went to him and said " have you got any Ionic poles or Gardiner poles?" he'll say no.
You can only sell what you've got.
Interesting video though. The add-on section idea was quite good. Hell of a price mind you!!
I stopped at about 3mins. He has not got a clue!
I purchased a 18ft extreme. I have purchased several extensions and that extreme cleans at just shy of 40ft.
He picked a clx? And not an slx or extreme.
yer the prices are high! but thats the usa for you!
lot of poles that we buy here can be extended, but you have to use poles sections from other pole ranges to do it, without looking i dont think there is one that you cna buy here that has its own range of extention poles.
So not good news from one of Alex's distributors then as he is blatantly knocking gardiner products in that vid
if you purchase the 25ft version (you can even buy the 18ft and do it), you can then purchase a twin pack taking it to 35ft, then another twin pack taking it to 44ft. Once you are at 44ft you can go all the way to 83ft.
Alex( chap in video) has not got a scobby.
I am so glad i don't clean in the USA. He thinks the unger is a good pole? Yeah for propping up scaffolding maybe.
And here is the link....
ok thats one pole that you can buy extentions for in the same range,
shame all ranges of the carbon poles dont have there own extention poles,
I think the clx and slx would have too much whip and bend.........
The smax 50 (which i aint used yet) does have some bend to it.
What grinds my gears, is he picked an clx!
Clx is great pole and designed well for its purpose, at 27 feet it does get whippy. For higher stuff I prefer modular poles. The guy is obviously trying to sell his extension add on.