Ettore Channel Master
- Made from aircraft grade aluminum
- Choose from three “quick-release” handles
- The ridged profile reduces flex dramatically
- Ideal for extra length squeegees
- Accepts standard rubber and uses brass clips
$14.20 - $23.80
Ettore Super Channel
The Super Channel offers a thicker aircraft grade aluminum channel that stays straighter and lasts longer.
The Super Channel accepts standard Master rubber and uses brass clips.
One benefit to using the thicker channel is they require less pressure to operate.
Super Channels are designed to reduce flex this allows longer lengths and wider quicker passes on the glass.
Often used both forward and backwards.
Each channel comes with one rubber squeegee blade already installed.
Ettore's extruded aluminum channels are ideal for extra length squeegees.
The ridged profile reduces flex dramatically.
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