Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by Mikey P, Apr 14, 2018.
Come on man, a AW 29 only gives porty users boners.
Not much technology to a 1970 design.
If Tom designed it you know it’s better.
So is an Aston Martin, but I still want one...
YEAH YOU HEARD IT MIKEY!
He’s an idiot
Everybody knows it
Here's a new rotomolded 1.5" one under 5# by the guy that made the Evo wands I just saw on Facebook.
I don't sell it.
Do I have enough time to regain the cost at my old age before I die and didn't earn enough to break even. Oh but dead is dead and then no problem . I still have my original wand from 1981 it still shines. jz.
Your my hero!
Damn Jackie has been cleaning carpet longer than I have been a live
considering the 12" means your covering 16-17% less each stroke, what is so good about it that justifies being that much slower than a 14"?
It’s a carpal tunnel and back thing makes old guys feel 20 years younger!
carpal tunnel used to nail me from before I picked up a wand again, discovered topical iodine and msm with vit c orally ... its gone
Pass... nothing wrong with my wands. PC Ti's and a Hoe. Anyways kids from the local university will just ruin them...
will it help me retire sooner?
You could always just will it to me.
all my wands are 12 inch, whether they are 1.5 or 2 inch diameter. You won't notice any difference from a 14
The devastator 12”. Thats what my wife calls me.
If it would improve the portable performance, I would be in on a 1.5 inch devastator.
I would like to understand how that 1.5 - 12 inch wand would improve performance with the Butler.
Better for dual wanders?
Would be nice to play around with it in August at the MF.
Bob, it seems as if airflow would go down, but vacuum would increase, to compensate. Correct me if I’m wrong.
I’ve posted a couple of times about using a 6” Gecko tile wand instead of a WaterClaw and I think it is analogous to using a Butler with the 12”.
If I had the extra money I’d try it out with my CFX.