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#11 DaHatta

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  June 29 2014 - 06:20 AM

I got the ergonomic grip 2 months ago. Used it once and went back to my regular one. For tint I don't like it at all but it's great for a regular squeegee imo. I haven't actually use the crush for anything but the back window, I love my yellow turbo on side glass. I will be looking into the go doctor soon. Next order in getting some. I've had no problems since I switched out the crush on side glass. But that handle...
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#12 lans15

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  March 14 2016 - 10:23 AM

Not at all

You should try a Fusion Handle. They are by far the most comfortable handle. I like the short version for side windows, the long version for windshields and rear windows and the 8 inch handle for architectural work. 


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#13 WearTheFoxHat

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  March 14 2016 - 11:13 AM

I use the orange crush and don't get marks, ever.  The older formula orange crush blades would leave marks but the newer ones don't.... might have gotten a hold of an old one.

 

I don't think I would be using the "ergo" handle for a power squeegee though..they don't lock very tight do they?

 

 

See those skwews?? Twighten dem


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#14 A Plus Jordan

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  December 14 2016 - 05:30 PM

 

Not at all

You should try a Fusion Handle. They are by far the most comfortable handle. I like the short version for side windows, the long version for windshields and rear windows and the 8 inch handle for architectural work. 

 

Check out their newest handle the Fusion Hand Job. It's on their website and facebook. www.fusiontinttools.com


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