moerman combinator review

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  1. daveyboy

    daveyboy Legend
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    Pickingpaul is having trouble with this forum and not able to post anything..hopefully Gav can sort it
    Anyway i thought i would put a couple of links up as he had done some extensive testing of the combinator over the last few weeks
    Check his vids on youtube as there are more

     
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  2. albootyerbaws

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    #2 albootyerbaws, Apr 14, 2016
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    another gimmick. you need to get some fairy liquid in the bucket seems to be dragging on the glass. squeaking a lot. its a wagtail renamed.
     
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  3. daveyboy

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    Nothing like a wagtail
     
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  4. Posh

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    Very good vid

    Impressed with the tool
     
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  5. daveyboy

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    I'm gonna try one and see what I think
    Paul knows his onions so i reckon it will be good to use
     
  6. Posh

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    Just looked them up

    £34

    Not bad if it works
     
  7. Pickingpaul

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    Cheers Dave for taking the time start a thread for me, i can post now.

    And thanks to Gav for sorting my account out, not sure what happened but couldnt post anything :eek:
     
  8. Pickingpaul

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    No point in strating a new thread, i appreciate Dave starting this one, so as dave said, ive been using the combinators for about 10 weeks now at work, so im quite used to them, i do like one passing the best as its fast bit as Albootyerbaws pointed out it does drag a bit, maybe thats my technique or solution, most of the time it doesnt squeak and is smooth, i find larger windows work better/easier
     
  9. boarcity

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    hows the weight affecting your wrists when fanning,or is it erly days
     
  10. Pickingpaul

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    My wrists have been well exercised since i was a teenager, so they are fine, its my pocket thats the problem, so heavy with all that money

    Seriously they are pretty light, ive weighed them against regular applicators and they are a lot lighter

     
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