Gardena Combi-Systems Gutter Cleaner £7 @ Homebase
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Gardena Combi-Systems Gutter Cleaner £7 @ Homebase

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Thanks OP, ordered.
they halved a lot of the 'heads... but I never seen a cheaper handle I think that looks a pretty handy tool, but the long extension pole is pretty expensive still a decent price for the Item, though I wouldnt have thought there would be too many left as theyve been this price for months, but still HOT
IWANTBLUE11/10/2019 23:48

they halved a lot of the 'heads... but I never seen a cheaper handle they halved a lot of the 'heads... but I never seen a cheaper handle I think that looks a pretty handy tool, but the long extension pole is pretty expensive still a decent price for the Item, though I wouldnt have thought there would be too many left as theyve been this price for months, but still HOT


I've just found this, is the pole the right one?
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mymymy12/10/2019 10:40

I've just found this, is the pole the right one?[Image]


Looks like the wooden pole which is about a tenner elsewhere just for the pole
Think I will make one
ketsunoanna12/10/2019 13:18

Think I will make one


It's not rocket science lol. Just buy a compatible one
Animal432112/10/2019 12:37

Looks like the wooden pole which is about a tenner elsewhere just for the …Looks like the wooden pole which is about a tenner elsewhere just for the pole


I doesn't say it is and still a 25yr warranty thing. Wood is not lightweight either.
Oh thought the bottom bit connected to a shop vac to hoover it all up once it's been dislodged using the two ends.
Think if your gutters have a lot of crud in them you may just end up clogging your downpipe up. Might work ok as an ongoing maintenance item.
Animal432112/10/2019 12:37

Looks like the wooden pole which is about a tenner elsewhere just for the …Looks like the wooden pole which is about a tenner elsewhere just for the pole


Sorry, thought it said wood under the title
mymymy12/10/2019 10:40

I've just found this, is the pole the right one?[Image]


Yes and no... there are a range of handles that all have the same connector so the 'system' means you can share 2-3 handles with a multitude of 'heads'

What youve linked too appears to be the standard length 'broom handle', which would be fine for a bungalow /ground floor guttering height... but I was refferring to the longer extension poles, the biggest being 6.0 meters I think it is.. they do have a pretty cool connector on the end , its a good solid conector.

theres a standard hose connection oin the gutter cleaning head for a (seperate) hose pipe connection, though this would obviously add a fair bit of weight once you get above 4m /6m length of water filled hose at arms length, but I get the impression the getter head can be angled and used to scrape out the larger chunks of debris, so that it isnt all washed down the filtered downpipe, then use the brush and water supply to clear the finer particles.. the 6m extension was very expensive, and none of my local store had any of those anyway....
IWANTBLUE12/10/2019 14:36

Yes and no... there are a range of handles that all have the same …Yes and no... there are a range of handles that all have the same connector so the 'system' means you can share 2-3 handles with a multitude of 'heads'What youve linked too appears to be the standard length 'broom handle', which would be fine for a bungalow /ground floor guttering height... but I was refferring to the longer extension poles, the biggest being 6.0 meters I think it is.. they do have a pretty cool connector on the end , its a good solid conector.theres a standard hose connection oin the gutter cleaning head for a (seperate) hose pipe connection, though this would obviously add a fair bit of weight once you get above 4m /6m length of water filled hose at arms length, but I get the impression the getter head can be angled and used to scrape out the larger chunks of debris, so that it isnt all washed down the filtered downpipe, then use the brush and water supply to clear the finer particles.. the 6m extension was very expensive, and none of my local store had any of those anyway....


I only need to worry about conservatory height and I've got my Beldray step thing to stand on. I don't actually need a telescopic pole at all! I can buy just a normal cheaper one lol
Missed this deal, absolutely guttered
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