Pure Freedom Trolley

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by wilgold, Jun 16, 2012.

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  1. wilgold

    wilgold Active Member
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    Hi everyone, I am looking into getting one of these systems. Just wanted to know if anyone has one? What are they like? And are they worth the money? I am currently trad and at the momment i would only be using wfp for hard to reach windows, 3 storeys etc etc

    Any comments much appreciated
    Wil

    Ps I know I need to get a purification system aswell, as i have worked with wfp in my last job.

    Thanks guys
     
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  2. rcproperty

    rcproperty Hero
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    they look good, they work, its the name you pay for!
    I built my own 25lt trolly system and it cost around £150-£175 that was with a 100psi pump, 25lt container, battery that lasted a day of constant use, and 60m hose reel!

    then i got a van and took it all apart and not need one since!
     
  3. wilgold

    wilgold Active Member
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    Yeah that's the thing they look smart as but it's hard to justify when u can make one yourself for half the price
     
  4. mark m

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    when i first started i got a trolley they are great but i soon out grow it, Then i went for a van mount and brought a back pack as well and sold my trolley. If i was going to start again i would by a back pack because you wont out grow it and they are so much cheaper and if you go van mount you still need a back pack .
     
  5. rcproperty

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    i find the only thing with a backpack its the wieght that you carry on your back, i just went from trolly to van mounted! and i do have a portable system but thats just a 25lt container small pump/battery on shoulder straps and one of my poles!
     
  6. harunh

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    i got a pure freedom trolley since day 1 i been trading for 5weeks now i didnt like taking my trolley in and out , and now i use it as a van mount with a 350ltr tank and i just put the hosefeed in my tank :( and when i do awkward houses i take my trolley out but now im going to be buying a backpack for backup incase my system ever crashes on me. I will use the backpack a few times for awkward houses. My trolley is now a van mount :( i got to take it out after a days work though incase my van gets broken into. The battery lasts me for 2/3 days so its all good.
     
  7. wilgold

    wilgold Active Member
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    Did u buy it brand new? Any problems with it? Would u recommend it?
     
  8. harunh

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    bought it second hand from a local window cleaner for £300.00 and got 5 x 25ltr barrels with it and its very good i recommend it highly, purefreedom is high class , u can get a 250ltr tank in your van coz sometimes it will come in handy u will find it annoying taking the trolley in and out. But if your trad dont take this into consideration.
     
  9. Atyeomatt

    Atyeomatt Newcomer
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    I have been using a trolley system for five years now. Sometimes I wheel it about and sometimes I leave it onboard. I use it for houses and for larger contracts and never had a problem. One downside is re-filling all the water tanks - takes a while. My system is old and tired now(from window-tools), I will be replacing it with the pure freedom 50l kit.
     
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