Rotovac's new Wandzer Wand

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By Mikey P on Jun 18, 2018 at 9:40 PM
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    For cleaners that like the way a wand handles and maneuvers, Rotovac has just come out with a wand handle version of the Bonzer (The Wandzer). Rotovac is offering money back trials to anyone looking to try one out.

    • Completely encapsulates all heat and steam under manifold (puts the heat where you need it)
    • Front and rear Teflon vacuum glides clean in both directions
    • Works with Truckmount or Portable extractors
    • Cleans tile and grout with brush glides
    • Weighs only 21 lbs.
    $1495

    30 day purchase price refund guarantee

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Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by Mikey P, Jun 18, 2018.

    1. Mikey P
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      And where does it say it was not tested and met with a level of approval by enough cleaners to make them want to offer it to the masses?
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      Maybe they should send one or two to the August MF. Use them at RMH there for a real world try.
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      that's just good marketing

      Little doubt they were field tested by "someone(s)"
      How much and by who (whether they're stupid and don't know it) could be questioned.
      But one could reasonably presume they were field tested

      ..L.T.A.
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      Hey Sooper. That's an oxy..
      If they stupid they don't know it.
      If they know it they ain't no stupid.

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      I would’ve been a very accurate tester, since I’m neutral on the zipper/bonzer
      i know they’re a paying advertiser, so if I stepped over the lines on questioning the quality ...I’m sorry

      I’m just questioning the benefits of purchasing this, since a recent video of the older zipper with a wand handle was floating around some of the recent CC conversations online a few months ago.
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      You said the magic words
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      Your reason for questioning is someone else decided not to produce a wand handle version of a different wand ? (or can you still get a wand handled zipper? I know Erik's techs preferred it)

      RV has a network or beta testers in place and offers a 7 day return on all of their equipment.
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      It didn't take long for the wand handle Zipper to be declared a bad idea. The weight of it was real tough on elbows and shoulders.

      I couldn't tell you what the weight difference is between the two designs but I would guess the Wandzer is lighter


      btw, you've admitted that you try tools and give up after minutes of use if they dont feel right, rather than learning the curve. Therefor you would suck as a beta tester.
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      That's probably where they will end up. In the field. Next will be the self propelled version.
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      I cut my teeth on dragwands .
      They're a niche tool worthwhile to some more than others

      and they're not without their own effects on the body .
      just a different hammer to pound nails with wear on different parts of the bod

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      When you pay a lot of money for a tool...............you convince yourself that it is the BOMB!

      Because you don't want to appear.......... STUPIT

      And after awhile................it takes it's place in the back of your garage with the other junk.
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      I love my CX-15. After much use I’ve mastered it. I can honestly say its the fastest cleaning tool in my arsenal. When I’m in a vacant residential and need to splash and dash and it’s not too soiled, it fits the nitch.

      So yes. You gotta give a tool a fair shake.

      Writing this while standing in line at Legoland.
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      it took me forever to warm up to you and Matt.....
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      jaaaazus ide spend $1800 on an overpriced swivel wand before some stupid pos like this, and $2000 of extortion money on a crb
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      I don’t understand why nobody ever asks me to beta test
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      If I recall correctly Erik tried the wand style on the zipper and posted pics as a tease.. A bunch of people wanted it but he said it was not friendly to use.
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      Faster than the SS?
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