Bayerson pole- any good?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by DJT, Nov 18, 2014.

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  1. DJT

    DJT Newcomer
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    Hi guys,
    Just looking for. Bit of advice, looking to start a bit of wfp on top of my trad work and was wondering if any body had come across these poles and if they are any good? I only clean at weekends so not looking to spend mega bucks initially.

    Your options would be greatly appreciated!
     
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  2. Smurf

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    You get what you pay for so no they are not that good really.
     
  3. DJT

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    True to that, I thought the gardiner poles would be very expensive but I've just seen you can get a clx 18 for £120 which would be perfect height for any work I do
     
  4. Smurf

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    clx being a hybrid (fiberglass/carbon mix) is a good starter pole but not as good as an slx (full carbon pole).
     
  5. mark

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    they are very heavy and whippy.if just doing weekends suppose it would be ok,perhaps an 18 footer would do,or you could convert a harris pole,much lighter and sturdy.not bad 4 around £20.+extras.
     
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    I would stick with a Gardiner pole, you'll be so glad you spent an extra few quid once you start using it. Plus there are a range of superb extras with Gardiners like the Quick-LoQ system & all it's accessories.;)
     
  7. tench0771

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    harris is the cheepest way but ide get a clx 22 my self
     
  8. abs

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    If your.on a budget the bayerson pole are a good buy I've the 25 ft pole and to be honest it does the god very well and I use it all day ( I'm no wimp ) section good clamps good I'd buy another if mine breaks, but go in on a year and it's still as new
     
  9. DJT

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    Cheers lads! Food for thought there, the gardiner does sound better for their accessories in the long run.
     
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