So, if your’re looking for something stronger than those 20 foot light-weight fishing poles that sell for +, then consider our 22 foot pole for .50, plus packaging and shipping costs (FedEx Ground or USPS Priority Mail). For a more economical pole, then consider our 19 foot Flexible (red) unit at $25.00, plus packaging and shipping.
Sadly, the Extra Heavy-Duty (black) 22 foot pole has been totally discontinued. Our importer decided that the sales volume was insufficient to continue production.
For total price, use the Contact Us link above. Money Orders, Bank Cashiers Checks, or PayPal are the ONLY payment method accepted. Sorry, NO direct Credit Card transactions. Note that you can use a credit card through PayPal. Aditional questions may be answered via the Contact Us link. PLEASE, do not send payment until you have received correspondence relative to stock availability, total price, and payment details.
If you have a need for other lengths (10, 13, 16, 19, 26 or 29 ft.) of any of these, then contact us for a special purchase.
How to Reach Greater Heights – Stack’em!
Here is how you stack them. You take the 19 ft. Flexible (red) pole and stack over the 22 ft. Heavy Duty (green) pole to reach a height of 29 to 31 ft. The difference here is based on how you make the joint. If you just drop the red pole over the green pole until it reaches a larger bottom section then you are limited to 29 ft. If you shim the joint, you could raise the upper pole another 1-2 ft. By doing this in the above fashion, you have upper sections of the green pole that are not used. Just remove these extra sections and save them for when you may want to use the poles separately. It is not very practical to stack two of the same type poles. You would only gain the extra height of the base section (46 inches). One person can easily raise the 2-pole stack, just by walking it up.
If you use the 32 ft Heavy Duty green pole, you can only obtain an extra 6 ft of height by stacking any of the red poles over the top. As a result, we only recommend using one of the 10 ft red poles ($15.00) to reach 38 ft.
As for guying. In a no-to-low wind environment, assuming that the base of the bottom pole is firmly attached to a solid foundation, you probably would not need any guys, if you are only supporting a vertical wire. In a windy environment, you should only need one set of light-weight guys around 12 to 15 ft up.
Flexible 19 ft
Model Name: Flexible 19 ft.
Extended Length: 18 ft. 6 inches to 19 ft. 3 inches (varies according to production run)
Collapsed Length: 46 inches
Pole Weight: 2 lbs (shipping weight is 3 lbs)
Number of Sections: 6
Tip Section: solid fiberglass rod tapers to 1/8 inch at top, with metal eye-ring
Base Section: 1 & 1/4 inch OD with slip-off plastic end-caps; metal clip for attaching wire/string end