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tench0771

Hard week with the xline pole 😂

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2 hours ago, tench0771 said:

yes your rite but the clamp levers spin round wich would get rite up my goat my m8 has the viper 35ft nice pole just the clamp levers are a bit of a let down as ive not used one for a hole day its hard to say bvut my m8 says u get used to it!

They only spin if too loose to begin with mate. If you have them tenioned right then no bother at all. 

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Clisty1989    665
6 minutes ago, Green Pro Clean Ltd said:

With brush head and univalve I will be after £150 for it. It has years of life left in it. 

let us know when its up for sale, if I have the funds to hand ill have it, moneys a bit tight atm so can't say yes today if that makes sense

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tench0771    1,183
22 hours ago, James Allen said:

Night and day compared to the slx range . 

A really nice pole to use I break mine down to 14ft for general domestic work and it is a Pcs of **** working with it and then add the sections when I need them 

It is a rigid pole there is a little give in it which is nice .  

Well worth the money and with the constuctor brush it is just a awsome combo 

how long do these poles last @James Allen  resin i ask is there dont look like there is loads of adjustment in the clamps but if the carbon wave is harder then i get that dont matter ! i like the spung sleve that comes with this pole i bet it helps with griping the pole?

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James Allen    142
9 minutes ago, tench0771 said:

how long do these poles last @James Allen  resin i ask is there dont look like there is loads of adjustment in the clamps but if the carbon wave is harder then i get that dont matter ! i like the spung sleve that comes with this pole i bet it helps with griping the pole?

With the reach it pole it is smooth unlike the gardiners so there is less friction wear on the pole . Yes the pole sleeve helps grip but is also ideal in winter so pole isn't as cold 

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tench0771    1,183
38 minutes ago, James Allen said:

With the reach it pole it is smooth unlike the gardiners so there is less friction wear on the pole . Yes the pole sleeve helps grip but is also ideal in winter so pole isn't as cold 

one more question m8 have u had any issue with the points snaping on the clamp bodys ?

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My shoulders are both feeling it but i think it is the 6 day weeks doing it to 1 and not letting my damaged rotator cuff heal on the other 
Ice and anti inflammatories are the best thing Lee
Ibuprofen is ok but naproxen or diclofenac is best if you know anyone who has some

I use the Naproxen now and then to get the inflammation on my right shoulder under control.
You can get prescribed the 500mg ones from your local GP but I bought some from USA through eBay. Around £10 including postage for 100 tablets 220mg strength.
It works out mg for mg cheaper than the prescription cost.
I can get away with 2 per day for first few days then 1 per day for couple of weeks whilst doing physio on it and strengthening.


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