Who's using them? "Gooseneck"

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  1. Lewis

    Lewis Well-Known Member
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    Just looking at getting a 10" carbon gooseneck? Does many of you guys use them and are the any good?


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  2. Tuffers

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    I've got 2, Gardiners were giving them away with poles a couple of years back. I haven't used a pole with a carbon gooseneck for ages, mainly because of the rigid angle, I might have a go with one tomorrow to see how I get on.
     
  3. simon

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    Tried 14" and 10" but found the best for work is gardiners long arm swivel neck use the 14" for 1 job sold the 10"
     
  4. Lewis

    Lewis Well-Known Member
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    Do you use this daily?


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  5. steve garwood

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    Prefer the 9 inch angle adapters myself
     
  6. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    I can't be doing without gooseneck
    Makes pole so much more versatile
     
  7. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    i have a 14inch gose neck and it never gats used now i mch pefer the angle neck as u can adjust the angle for the job ur on
     
  8. Nick pegler DWC

    Nick pegler DWC Active Member
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    Have had the gardnier ones before then order the longer adjustable one with new poles and will say they are much better so goose necks are in the box marked ebay
     
  9. simon

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    use the long arm swivel daily , its great for juliet bars & deep sills, i use the 14" for 1 3rd storey window with juliet bars where i need the brush vertical
     
  10. Andy

    Andy Forum Addict
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    Use Gardiner adjustable angle adapter. How does a fixed angle Gooseneck make a pole more adapterble
     
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