The perfect Wand.

Mikey P

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has not been made, yet, I think we would all agree..

This past week, some certain individuals approached me about helping design the ultimate perfect wand, which of course would have to happen from the ground up.

They have the resources and the know-how to pull this off, as well as the all important independent youthful exuberance.

Expensive..
Dripless.
No over spray.
Tool-less and stress-less Glide install removal.
Swivel or not.
12 & 14.
Window.
Lightweight.
Lifetime.



What are we missing?
 

Matt Wood

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proper length for us tall guys

the sapphire 12, and 14 as well as pmf's mach15 is too short

And bring the manifolds closer to the carpet, so the vac tube doesn't block the spray.
 
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Matt Wood

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proper length for us tall guys

the sapphire 12, and 14 as well as pmf's mach15 is too short

And bring the manifolds closer to the carpet, so the vac tube doesn't block the spray.
And weld the trigger mount to the wand. I hate the removable kind.

bring the manifolds closer if you didn't read that last edit

I'm loving my tennis racket handle I put on the wand, even though most of the goobers on here made fun of me. It's a game changer
 

Desk Jockey

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has not been made, yet, I think we would all agree..

This past week, some certain individuals approached me about helping design the ultimate perfect wand, which of course would have to happen from the ground up.

They have the resources and the know-how to pull this off, as well as the all important independent youthful exuberance.

Expensive..
Dripless.
No over spray.
Tool-less and stress-less Glide install removal.
Swivel or not.
12 & 14.
Window.
Lightweight.
Lifetime.



What are we missing?
Why did they ask you? Have you designed or built wands before? 🤔
 

Johnny

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What would you change about the Devastator? I didn't get one because of its weight when I was having trouble with my shoulders.
 
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Numero Uno

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Temp Guage.
Modular head design.
One barrel numerous head options.
Steel line like butler...
Handle with semi angle swivel to be more ergonomic with forward hand
Handle with true knuckle shield.
Front wand head design led for under areas,insulated from heat also
Front wand head with easily removable magnetic catch strip.
Adjustable customized barrel length option to dial it perfect for your various heights.
Rear trigger area designed to avoid long term carpal problems.
One orifice to simply scoot out crap.
No middle welds inside to catch crap.
True redesigned wand to carpet streamlined orifice.
One popcorn kernel wide to finally suck them bastards up correctly.
Without stopping for removing.
Insulated barrel cover with tool pockets aligned.
Pop up bipod. To let sit safely.
Wand head cover embroided with clients logo...
An under 9 lbs...
It has to be female an male friendly.
Equal to Evo weight.
Improved attic
Site Guage .
Silicon metal solution line sleeve.
Bout it...
44 yrs of thinking Dat sumbitch here...
1
 

Jimmy L

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The rare expensive highly modified 1992 vintage castex 16 inch wand is in my hands. Rare as in the vintage stereos I look for. When the day comes it will be available to someone who is looking for something special..........vintage.......and autographed by the only owner in it's history. So rare that there has been offers to put it in the Smithsonian museum . But I refused and want it to belong to one of you. When it comes available the price should be no object and I will require at least $4,995 plus shipping. I expect a bidding war so one should go above and beyond the stated price. I am now taking private bids by private mail. All I can say is make haste with your offer as I expect international interest for their collection.

DO IT................DO IT NOW!
 

Mikey P

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Joined
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Messages
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Location
The High Chapperal
Temp Guage.
Modular head design.
One barrel numerous head options.
Steel line like butler...
Handle with semi angle swivel to be more ergonomic with forward hand
Handle with true knuckle shield.
Front wand head design led for under areas,insulated from heat also
Front wand head with easily removable magnetic catch strip.
Adjustable customized barrel length option to dial it perfect for your various heights.
Rear trigger area designed to avoid long term carpal problems.
One orifice to simply scoot out crap.
No middle welds inside to catch crap.
True redesigned wand to carpet streamlined orifice.
One popcorn kernel wide to finally suck them bastards up correctly.
Without stopping for removing.
Insulated barrel cover with tool pockets aligned.
Pop up bipod. To let sit safely.
Wand head cover embroided with clients logo...
An under 9 lbs...
It has to be female an male friendly.
Equal to Evo weight.
Improved attic
Site Guage .
Silicon metal solution line sleeve.
Bout it...
44 yrs of thinking Dat sumbitch here...
1

You forgot headlights and a digital pH test readout
 

Papa John

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I'm happy with the dev pro when I need maneuverability.
2-inch EVO wand for speed in open areas.-- but its big head is hard to push around sometimes.
 

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