All ours pole are Unger , with ErgoTec Pole Tip .
I have pain to use them with my ettore Contour pro-plus ( for steel channel and wide channel )
Even with my Unger Swiveloc zero degré and 30° , the ErgoTec Pole Tip do not fit very good .
I often have to stop working to reposition the handle , to avoid fall … :mad: :mad:
Is there any other pole tip , that adapts well to those two handles brand (Ettore and Unger ) ?
I put the Ettore brand locking pole tips on my Unger poles. Make sure you ask for the newer type plastic version of the tips as I broke 3-4 of them due to bad plastic mix. Ask [MENTION=4]Alex[/MENTION] to make sure your version of unger pole will fit the Ettore locking tips. The mechanism on the Ettore tips is harder to release, so I always have a click pen in my pocket to help with the release. I have some of the newer made tips and the plastic is much stronger.
The Unger tips slip over the pole and you turn to clip into place. You squeeze and turn to release and remove. Very easy to work with. The Ettore tips slide inside the pole and the clips pop into the holes. As mentioned you need a tool to push them in and turn to release the tip. Both have a grooved cone for grip and acne thread tip. There is a big difference in the shape and diameter inside the handles. They do not fit the locking clips. It has been my experience to not mix the two if you want ease of use. Jmo
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Thank you for your comments .
Good news , if the Ettore locking pole tips work with Unger Ergotec handle!
[I]Does it easy to put the Ettore locking pole tip on the Unger pole ? I mean without modification ?
I am stuck with both Ettore Contour handle and Unger Swiveloc ! I can’t chose one over the other
My Unger ErgoTec Pole Tip does a good job with the Unger Ergotec handle , the one on the left on your image . I can easily use the locking fonction .But since i met Unger Swiwel , i don’t use them anymore .
Andwith the Unger Swiweloc Zero degre , i can’t drive it deep enough.
Ok i note it in my next wish list ! --> A handle of Ettore pole tip .
However , i have a blue pole tip , "without name brand " somewhere , that looks like Ettore pole tip …
I have to put a try !