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    A Good Pool Pole

    If anyone is hunting for a new pool pole I found this one at Lowe's and it seems pretty decent. It does not have the twist lock to extend but rather works more like a paint / utility pole to extend and locks in place. It is very sturdy and time will tell how well it holds up. I think it was $25 - $30 and it was back in the corner where they have their pool stuff in the outside garden area (at least here at our Lowe's).





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    Re: A Good Pool Pole

    I will have to go look for one! I had given up on the other ones. I have two now. One with kept short for in the pool stuff and one kept long for out of the pool stuff.
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    Re: A Good Pool Pole

    I will have to look for one of these, I have 2 blue ones that they sold in the past, they work good but I noticed as they age my hands turn blue when using
    18x36 Vinyl, sports depth, 8' Roman steps at each end. Hayward 1.5hp 2speed pump, catridge filter, 2 skimmers, no main drain, 3 SR Smith Treo LED lights

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