is a extreme the best !

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  1. Nick pegler DWC

    Nick pegler DWC Active Member
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    Hi all need a bit of advice I have this month got a contract for a business village 18 offices in a complex did it this week did very tops with my slx 39 and second with slx 30 the bottoms with slx 18 .will say that by the time I was nearly done my arm was going to explode just wondered if the extreme 25 and 35 extension will be the way to go as I have this now every month and it killed me!
    all advice welcome cheers
     
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  2. Cactus27

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    i love my reach it mini...would require the extension for above 25'
     
  3. Tuffers

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    I'd buy an Extreme for repetitive work where the only break you get is when your body says stop for a minute.
     
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    You have here poles??? Damn.... Yeah why not add another to your collection. I've been thinking about going to full carbon buy the weight savings isn't justified by the cost IMO. I should possibly try one though to really make my mind up.
     
  5. Nick pegler DWC

    Nick pegler DWC Active Member
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    I do have a few granted I know I can't break the habit I was a panel beater for over 10 years and got to used to having a tool for every job I will say the slx is the nuts I just wonder if the extreme will help sore arms and back at height
     
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    tench0771 Grand Master
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    the extreme will b a lot liter its wether u can justefey the extra cost im temped to change to a extreme 35 at some point for my bigger jobs and replace me super max 47 with a extreme all i no it its not guna b cheep lol
     
  7. Jonathan Sanderson

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    Yes yes and yes.

    I took Damo 's advice and switched to extremes nearly 12 months ago. Best thing I've done since I started window cleaning.

    An extreme 25 feels lighter and easier to use than an slx18 in use. It's weird but true.

    I have an extreme 18 and 25 and soon to be a 47 too.

    You can work a whole day and come home with shoulders not even aching. The current ones with metal clamping bands are also pretty bomb proof so if your going to do it........ Do it now while there on offer!

    You'll mayb not get a chance again to buy an extreme at the prices they are on sale for now.
     
  8. Damo

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    I think in total we have just under 20 extremes now.

    Don't rate em ;)
     
  9. Damo

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    These just turned up today.
     

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  10. Nick pegler DWC

    Nick pegler DWC Active Member
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    I think that's called showing off
     
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