Aluminium Pole

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Posh, Feb 23, 2013.

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  1. Posh

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    Are they heavy. 23ft ?????
     
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  3. Posh

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    Got 2 Harris but woz looking for 1 slightly longer.
    Also got that bayersan pole. God it's heavy.
     
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    but 23f isnt a long pole.
    im using the 30f bayersen pole every day....lol
     
  5. Gmeister

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    I got one if ur intrested Posh
    Its an Unger pole (around 23ft)

    Pm me bud
     
  6. Posh

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    Maybe I'm just weak lol. Mines 25ft & after 10 mins my arms ache. Mind you to be honest for the money it's good. My Harris poles both have bayersan brushes & there good to.
     
  7. Posh

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    Already have lol.
     
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    Go for a brodex if you want aluminum.. I was considering ordering the 36' as its only £125ish all in
     
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    got a few brodex poles and they feel ok upto 23' and then notice they start weighing on a bit past 30' all have aquadapters on so adds abit but have not tried any other poles so don't know how light the gardners stuff is or carbon is like the small brodex for tight spaces as the 23' foot upwards are long when compressed which may not be a problem with gardners and others as usually a foot or so shorter when compressed so although brodex are cheaper to buy you may need a selection for differant jobs or if your complimenting some other manufacturers pole with a brodex for specific jobs should be good value
     
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