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Eric Gilliand

Handle on its own £15 + VAT? thats an absolute bargain...$45 ish for the whole kit is also pretty good value...

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C Rose Cleaning Services

I already have the liquidator and fliq so I just ordered the handle for £18.

 

Really not that expensive compared to other products. £45 for a setup which is still less than my old unger ninja applicator and squeegee together.

 

Let's hope it's good

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C Rose Cleaning Services
Works out at about £45 inc. delivery and tax. still expensive

 

How much do you pay for a squeegee and applicator usually then? My old ones used to cost about £65

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rugbywolf
How much do you pay for a squeegee and applicator usually then? My old ones used to cost about £65

 

I don't use a squeegee and applicator. I use a Wagtail with attached wash pad and liquidator channel, works wonders for me. I'm not against paying 40 or 50 pounds out, it's just that it is not a new concept, and for me, having now invested in Wagtails, I don't see the point.

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Posh

Thought the £45 was just for the Handel not the whole thing.

£15 sounds ok

At least I got a dislike for it :(

Even tho I got it wrong

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tench0771

ive invested in wagtails but now i also wana invest in the mormon ones lmfao cant wate stuff the money i just like a new toy:rofl:

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Eric Gilliand
I don't use a squeegee and applicator. I use a Wagtail with attached wash pad and liquidator channel, works wonders for me. I'm not against paying 40 or 50 pounds out, it's just that it is not a new concept, and for me, having now invested in Wagtails, I don't see the point.

When I look at my shed load of wagtails with clips, pads, Velcro, channels...my eyes water. The problem I have is that I've been using an Excelerator/Fliq prototype for the last couple of months and all my Wagtails are growing cobwebs. Smoother, more accurate, ease of use aided with angle change, lock on swivel if desired and the absolutely perfect way to attach your Flipper pad, under, over or off within seconds. From 2012 Wagtail changed my workflow and efficiency tremendously BUT this tool takes it to the next level...there's the point :-)

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rugbywolf
When I look at my shed load of wagtails with clips, pads, Velcro, channels...my eyes water. The problem I have is that I've been using an Excelerator/Fliq prototype for the last couple of months and all my Wagtails are growing cobwebs. Smoother, more accurate, ease of use aided with angle change, lock on swivel if desired and the absolutely perfect way to attach your Flipper pad, under, over or off within seconds. From 2012 Wagtail changed my workflow and efficiency tremendously BUT this tool takes it to the next level...there's the point :)

 

I respect your opinion Eric, but I don't use the clips and Velcro that you mention, my pads, which I make myself are attached semi-permanently to the channel, so everything (for me) is relatively simple. I also have a 'system' I have developed which I can't disclose at the moment, and the Wagtails fit neatly into that. I dare say the Moermans would fit into it, but that's something for the future. Things are complicated enough at the moment.

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keefo
Handle on its own £15 + VAT? thats an absolute bargain...$45 ish for the whole kit is also pretty good value...

What is the whole kit Eric? Is it channel, pad and handle?

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stevethewindowcleaner

Anyone know if there is any plans of releasing a 12inch Fliq?

I've always found 12inch to be the best size for me.

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Eric Gilliand
What is the whole kit Eric? Is it channel, pad and handle?

You're onto it, yep...

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Eric Gilliand
I will do a proper thorough review of it on here on Saturday

Bloody IOS and ham fingers. Went to hit "like" and kept hitting "dislike" in error...grrr. Looking forward to your review Dave. My favourite way of using it on low stuff is with a short PVC pole. Use it in hand with care until you get the feel for the balance point.

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