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Hi guys,I'm looking to buy a new pole ,I've always used facelift poles but want to try another brand ..what's best quality pole about at the moment at reasonable price. 

 

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I'll give you a clue, it starts with a G and what do you call a reasonable price and what height are you after.

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Just now, Fish4fun said:

Hi guys,I'm looking to buy a new pole ,I've always used facelift poles but want to try another brand ..what's best quality pole about at the moment at reasonable price. 

 

Gardiners a very good slx is the middle of the range and extreme top of the range have a look on there site , we have just about every pole they produce and they are all good . 

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I have used Gardiner's, Facelift Phantoms and Streamline Ova8. Without a doubt the best all round pole for your money is the Gardiner SLX. If you are a bit more flush the Gardiner Extreme is the one. I have an extreme 18 as my  everyday pole and it's a dream to work with. Gardiner's also have by far the best brush range and I highly recommend the new Ultimate Tapertec brush.

My 30 ft pole is an Ova8. That is also a very good pole, and looks very smart. Atm I haven't got the finances for a 30 ft HiMod so I settled on the Ova8 carbon as it's slightly lighter and I think a bit stiffer than the SLX at that height.

You won't go wrong with either brand in my eyes.

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3 hours ago, Part Timer said:

I'll give you a clue, it starts with a G and what do you call a reasonable price and what height are you after.

I'm looking for pole around 25 ft and reasonably light . Reasonable price range between 200-300 pounds .

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8 hours ago, Fish4fun said:

I'm looking for pole around 25 ft and reasonably light . Reasonable price range between 200-300 pounds .

The SLX25,  not my favoured pole, is circa £330. The 22 would be in budget but you would struggle reaching some windows.

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15 hours ago, Fish4fun said:

Hi guys,I'm looking to buy a new pole ,I've always used facelift poles but want to try another brand ..what's best quality pole about at the moment at reasonable price. 

 

Boss Poles from Bladeright cleaning supplies 

Lee Martin offers composite, hybrid & hymod 

Had mine now for a year and no complaints or technical issues 

https://www.bladerightcleaningsupplies.co.uk/product-category/water-fed-window-cleaning/water-fed-poles/

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3 hours ago, Apw1210 said:

Boss Poles from Bladeright cleaning supplies 

Lee Martin offers composite, hybrid & hymod 

Had mine now for a year and no complaints or technical issues 

https://www.bladerightcleaningsupplies.co.uk/product-category/water-fed-window-cleaning/water-fed-poles/

I don’t have them but looked at them at a show a while ago and thought they were heavy and quite wippey ?... 

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9 hours ago, Part Timer said:

The SLX25,  not my favoured pole, is circa £330. The 22 would be in budget but you would struggle reaching some windows.

Looked at a few poles and have decided on the SLX25 pole ..good price .£309 pound and that's accessories included ..looking forward to trying out this pole .👍

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32 minutes ago, Fish4fun said:

Looked at a few poles and have decided on the SLX25 pole ..good price .£309 pound and that's accessories included ..looking forward to trying out this pole .👍

They are a good pole I will be surprised if you arnt happy with it 

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2 hours ago, Pjj said:

They are a good pole I will be surprised if you arnt happy with it 

I use my 18 extreme 90% of the time now, great pole.

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