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Ettore Handle Ledge-Eze

Quick Overview

  • Designed with longer reach for larger window ledges
  • Curved to reach over deep ledges and window frames
  • Available Quick Release makes channel swapping easy
  • Available in Brass, Aluminum and Stainess steel
  • Works for most channels that use brass clips

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Item #: 01-14M



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Complete with a foam grip and nylon handle.

This Ettore Ledge Eze handles offer a quick-release connection to the channel

The Neck is curved to easily reach over deeper ledges and window frames.

Ettore Quality is evident in this a great Handle for deeper sills.

The Ledge-Eze Handles was designed with extra reach to remove the hassle of reaching deep ledges and larger window frames.

    • Great for deep ledges and larger window frames.
    • Foam grip for better handle when soaked
    • Quick release for faster channel switch

Ettore Ledge Eze

Stainless or Brass Backplate

IMAGE Quick Release Lever for Easy Channel Changes

Channel hold Classic Channels

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