Sky vac

Discussion in 'Gutter & Fascia Cleaning' started by Siimon, Mar 19, 2014.

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  1. Siimon

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    Any reviews for this?
     
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    i think its very overpriced for what it is , if i remember right i think they are using a nilfisk vac and if you search around online id say you buy the vac a lot cheaper and the same would apply to a set of carbon poles and camera . ive seen there video and its very professional but thats part of what you would be paying for . id reckon if you shop around you could put your own set up together for about 700 to 800 quid
     
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    Thanks for that. I looked at omni pole 4200w which seems about the same price and the gutter sucker :) I want good quality, carbon poles and the option of high internal cleaning with brush attachments at a fair price, I don't want much do I :)) great advice on here.:specs
     
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    Aqau fed for the poles light as anything Mark is the owner he's a top man, don't spend thousands when you can spend £300 for a 3000 watt vac that is good enough :)
     
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