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Differenced between Robs deluxe wand and a devastator wand???

Luky

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Chrome plated milled aluminum. Advantage is a much better meeting with carpet interface.
You put it so eloquently. So , milled aluminum is a new titanium? What about oxidation problems? Chrome plated, huh?
 

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What do you need a sight glass for?
Just wondering...
Do you need a big boy wand? If you ready to spend money, PM me.
I thought my mach 12 was a big boy wand??? Even the head on my PMF is titanium
 

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I thought my mach 12 was a big boy wand??? Even the head on my PMF is titanium
Obviously, mach 12 is a great wand . If you prefer slightly heavier feel and more rinsing power with a wider head, you would love this particular one....
Ten years old and going strong. All you have to do is slap a new label once in a while.
 

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Obviously, mach 12 is a great wand . If you prefer slightly heavier feel and more rinsing power with a wider head, you would love this particular one....
Ten years old and going strong. All you have to do is slap a new label once in a while.
Thanks Luky! Maybe that's why Rob can offer his wand for less. I have not owned enough wands to know the differences between a titanium or aluminum head as far as wear is concerned. I know even aluminum does corrode.
Titanium may as well. However I have yet to see this with my wand. The head is very durable and light weight as well with beautiful welding!
Still weighing all my options here.
 
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