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  1. Dodger

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    Just wondered if anyone uses the unger Ninja squeegee, I'm using the unger pro's but looking at trying something else. Was gonna order an ergotec one but wondered if Ninja was any good, looks a bit heavy compared to ergotec. Also still considering a wagtail, good god theres too much choice.
     
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  2. GMcleaning

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    dont get the ninja! i had 1 for 2 days before i used it as a ninja star up the road!lol, good for fanlights but sh*t for every other window.
    unger ergotecs are the best squeegees out there.
    having said that im thinking about getting a pulex stutzy swivel, just because they look so beautiful!lol
     
  3. mark m

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    Utter waste of money. Full stop.

    All it is, is Unger trying to find a way to get you to buy something new that does exactly the same as the old by making it look a bit more flashy and using the 'in' term 'aircarft grade aliminum'. We're talking about a 10" or 12" or 14" etc bit of metal that doesn't suffer high degrees of stress not something at the edge of endurance.

    Plus, if you buy the squegee, you have buy the ninja bucket thingy as the squeegee won't go in any other Unger boab.
     
  4. Belfastcleaning

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    What above said! I was thinking of getting a ninja, but they I'd to buy the bucket on belt, they look fancy but they won't do any better a job than the uner pro/egrotec.. But a wagtail is a good investment if you have high shop windows that you can't put an A ladder against.. Saves getting the A ladder out of the van too
     
  5. Dodger

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    Thanks for the replies chaps, won't be getting a ninja then lol. I'm still happy with the pro's I got but I'm gonna try an ergotec.
     
  6. All Round Cleaning

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    I got one of them unger stainless jobies dunno what sort but i just change the blades .
     
  7. Dodger

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    so are mine so probs a pro Gav.
     
  8. Belfastcleaning

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    I only recently changed to the Egro tec handles. Before I used an syr handle I got off a mate, I liked it because it was a bit longer than the standard unger handles.. There is real no difference between handles to be honest only the material they are made from
     
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    its an unger S the one i got i jus looked .
     
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    I have a couple lying some where, waste of money as said above.
     
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