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  1. WagtailMat

    WagtailMat Active Member
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    hey guys, quick question
    What's the difference between the ettore zero deg pro + super system and the ettore contour pro handle ?
     
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  2. TolishAPurd

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    Have you got links? The zero degree usually refers to the angle of the blade, and is usually for pole work.
     
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    Just scroll down it be there
     
  5. TolishAPurd

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    I have a load of pro errors handles, but not those ones so can't really help much. What are you planning to use them for, pole or hand?
     
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    Hand I use my wagtail for pole work and the I'm looking for a step up from my standard pulex Squegee
     
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    We have the Contour Pro+ handles.

    You can swivel the angle of the head (left to right) through 180 degrees. (On the clock from 9 o'clock to 3 o'clock) handy on a pole for getting in corners.

    You can have it loose like a wagtail to fan or lock the position for straight pulls.

    Under the handle is a spring and lever allowing you to change the angle of the blade from 40 degree to zero degree once again good for pole work. And also when handheld and not locked the spring system allows you to apply extra pressure if required.

    Hope that helps.
     
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    The Unger zero degree is better than Ettore.
     
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