Wooster Brush R053 Sherlock Extension Pole, 1-2 feet

December 2, 2013 - Comment

“POSITIVE-LOCK SHERLOCK” EXTENSION POLE Fiberglass outer pole with polyester fabric surface treatment Hexagonal anodized aluminum inner pole extends in 6″ increments Locking pin and vinyl hand grip, threaded end Unique lever locking mechanism Very rugged construction meets professional painter standards Product Features Hexagonal aluminum inner pole prevents twisting and outer pole is rugged fiberglass Easily

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“POSITIVE-LOCK SHERLOCK” EXTENSION POLE

Fiberglass outer pole with polyester fabric surface treatment
Hexagonal anodized aluminum inner pole extends in 6″ increments
Locking pin and vinyl hand grip, threaded end
Unique lever locking mechanism
Very rugged construction meets professional painter standards

Product Features

  • Hexagonal aluminum inner pole prevents twisting and outer pole is rugged fiberglass
  • Easily adjusts in 6 Inch increments with a touch of the thumb and then locks securely in place
  • Universal threaded tip works with all popular tools
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Comments

Richard J. Mckinnon "IdiotYankee" says:

Death By Spackle I used the extension pole with an adapter to hold a Hyde taping knife to scape off popcorn paint and then used it to skim coat drywall compound over 500 sqft of my 17′ sloped ceiling. It’s a bit on the heavy side which is a good thing because many cheaper extension poles have an unwieldy bend to them when extended beyond the basic 8′ length. Note to the colossally stupid amoung us: You may want to remove the taping knife when not in use. While swinging the pole around to place it in storage I managed to cut open my throat. It kind of ruins your day.

C. Jacobs says:

Works, but heavy I needed to clean cobwebs out of a high ceiling, and it is one of the few long enough at a decent price range. I’m actually cleaning from the second floor landing, and reaching out at an angle means I’m holding a bit of weight. Not too much of a problem for me, but it means my wife isn’t going to be using it. Still, it is sturdy and doesn’t have an excessive amount of flex, a good product for the price.

Travel Dork "flashdark" says:

Good pole, impossible to find fitting attachments The pole is nice, well built, and certainly long. Problem is, it has a screw tip, which certainly feels beefy. But now go and try to find an attachment for it that has a screw mount! Impossible. I have spent some quality time here at Amazon trying to find a simple duster. No luck. They all have a clip attachment. When you actually buy one of these accessories you will find it impossible to attach to the pole, as the Wooster pole’s thread is thinner than the accessory for the other standardized poles.So, while this pole is nice, it’s kinda useless as for every attachment that you may want to use you have to fabricate an adapter of some sorts. You’re better off buying a cheaper, lighter, less well built pole for which you actually can buy accessories.

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