Wagtail Highflyer VS Moerman Excelerator


#1

Moerman Excelerator

Wagtail Highflyer


#2

Interesting can ether squeegee scrub/squeegee on large glass that goes right to ground level without changing to do the bottom by hand?


#4

Can’t see anything.
Anyway what mean can they do this like in the video scrub/squeegee right to the bottom of the glass
We using 20 inch DIY scrubber/squeegee.


#5


#6

Seen it done with the wagtail high flyer


#7

Thanks for posting. Now that I have a Samurai I will get a high flyer and start a new learning curve.


#8

Hey Malcolm, @HBM

Check out the actual channel. You will see that it has no curve, thus it supports the rubber better but also gives it a “stiffer” feel on the glass.

The 10 inch is great for double hungs. 14 and 16 great for storefronts. The 18 is a little tough. Be sure to buy a Wag angle arm, if you dont have one.

Whole Wagtail series coming up soon…

@FluffDaddy is a good channel to check out. He is a Highflyer master.


#9

I just sent off for the Highflyer 10" and 14" and the angle arm. A selling point for me is more efficient close outs on the deep sills. I don’t do very much storefront or pole work but I do have to deal with a lot of deep sills due to thick walls built for extra insulation from the Alaska winter.


#10

Willie made a comment over on FB where he said it was a shame “he was using a very old HighFlyer”… LOL …man nothing changes…


#11

lol
This is the exact one used in the video.


#12

LOL that’s over a year ago Jordi. You will be at least 2 models out of sync… :blush:


#13

And i thought i was ahead of the game since it had the aluminum backing plate instead of plastic…