Best backpack on market?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by H2o, Apr 26, 2016.

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  1. H2o

    H2o Newcomer
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    Looking at buying a back pack for getting round some of the backs easier, theres loads out there though so just thought id see what everyone else is using or recommends? Thanks, H2o.
     
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  2. Nick pegler DWC

    Nick pegler DWC Active Member
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    I have the one from gardnier does the job well and pumps to a 3 story building no problem do like the idea of the one from the cleaning werehouse with wheels as to carry 20 litres is heavy .
     
  3. blaze

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    gardiner v3 back pack i have one very good £90+vat
     
  4. Andy

    Andy Forum Addict
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    Iv had my wcw big boy for a couple of years now still going. Bungy it to a b&q sack Barrow. Now use a trolley for chem pumping.
     
  5. daveyboy

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    Gardiners v3 because of the decent handle on it not one of those handle in the lid ones
     
  6. Poles Apart

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    Wondered when the weekly "what's the best backpack thread was coming"
     
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  7. Andy

    Andy Forum Addict
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    I never pick mine up by the lid don't think it would take it. I always use the straps.
     
  8. daveyboy

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    On the gardiners the straps will be taken off straight away
     
  9. Duncs

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    not a great lover off backpacks
    but i,m totally sick off reeling in 100m of hose, the back of houses is total nightmare
    electric reel is on my bucket list
     
  10. tlwcs

    tlwcs Guest

    You will love it
     
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