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Ettore Channel, Brass, Stainless Steel, Aluminum

Quick Overview

  • Made of durable brass
  • Perfect balance and weight
  • The Brass End Clips lock the rubber tightly into position
  • Ettore’s squeegee channels share the same profile and fit into all Ettore handles
  • FIts most standard handles

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Item #: 02-1M

$6.30 - $13.90

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Ettore Classic Channels

Ettore invented the Bulb Channels and perfected the right combination of weight vs. strength.

Each Channel is hand inspected assuring the absolute highest quality and flawless performance. 

Ettore channels is the perfect balance of weight and versatility, all Ettore Channels can be combined with various Ettore squeegee handles.

  • Each Channel has the Rubber installed.
  • Channels fits any Ettore squeegee handles
  • Master Brass has the perfect balance and weight
  • Stainless Steel offers a lighter feel with superb rigidity.
  • Aluminum offers a featherweight glide to your work 
  • Manufactured of solid tempered brass

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Item #:03-1M

$21.85 - $950.75

Item #:02-11M

$14.20 - $23.80

Item #:60-14M

$10.75 - $87.50