Unger Handle ErgoTec SwivelLoc Angled
- Choose from 30 degree or Zero Degree Angle
- Swivels and locks in 7 different positions
- Nylon with stainless steel back plate
- Squeegee Channel locked with two screws
- Accommodates all classic channels (Aluminum and brass channels require clips)
Channel Angle Selection
ErgoTec Swivel Loc Handle
Swivels and locks in 7 different positions
Nylon with stainless steel back plate
30 degree angled head: Make quick work of arched and narrow windows
0 Degree Head : Easily clean windows over an obstacle
- Channel attaches to handle with two screws
- Accommodates all classic channels brass, aluminum and stainless steel
- Note: brass and aluminum channels require clips
- Swivel squeegee head, freely adjustable and lockable.
- Problem solver for hard to-reach places.
- Advanced ergonomic bi-component handle for comfortable use
- Available in two head angles: 0° and 30°
- Compatible with S-Channel and S-Channel Plus
- Fits securely to pole with Locking Cone
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