Friday, 7 February 2014

Friday Window Cleaning Releases

50? Not a day over 25! Unger keeps it young.
Unger celebrates 50th anniversary in style with limited edition work wear range: As part of Unger’s celebrations to mark 50 years of innovation and excellence in cleaning tool design and manufacture, a limited edition, high quality work wear range has been launched. Each item of high quality outdoor work wear features the 50th anniversary commemorative logo. Practical enough to withstand the rigours of day-to-day work, but also smart enough to use when off-duty, the range is available to UK customers now. The work wear collection consists of: - 
  • Softshell jacket – A versatile garment that is both wind resistant and water repellent, with the added bonus of a warm lining for greater comfort. The jacket also features two zipped hand warmer pockets and one zipped chest pocket. 
  • Hoodie – A practical hooded jacket with two front kangaroo pockets, inner headphone pocket and reinforced seams. 
  • Softshell waistcoat – A sleeveless version of the jacket, featuring all the same great benefits. 
  • Beanie – A warm, knitted hat; a must-have for the professional window cleaner and Unger fan! 
These products have been developed as part of a year-long celebration to mark Unger’s 50th anniversary. More activities and special promotions will be launched throughout 2014, to thank customers for their continued loyalty. 

Also check out the Unger limited edition tools here.
More high jinks with Mole & Jersey, episode 13 + a live session from NOLA. Click the pictures above to take you there. That'll keep you busy over the weekend!

The SLX Pole that took the whack!…/
We had the Reach-iT shock now listen to the Gardiner shock… WCM reported within hours of Erwin Sørensen of Odense, Denmark a few months back and his lucky escape when his Reach-iT pole caught overhead power lines carrying hundreds of volts. We report today of another near miss this time in the UK, when Adam Cosway, 26 from Cornwall took a hit when using his Gardiner SLX pole. Adam Cosbay tells how it happened & Alex Gardiner gives his opinion. Read more here

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