Hamilton Vantage Roller Frame 9 "

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5012002907039

Hamilton Vantage Roller Frame 9 "

Product code:
5012002907039
Hamilton Vantage Roller Frame 9 "
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Product Information

  • Compatible with 9" roller sleeves with 1½" gauge
  • Plastic grip handle
  • Screw-fit extension pole compatible
  • 1 year Guarantee

Features and Benefits

  • 5 wire frame for added strength and security

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Hamilton Vantage Roller Frame 9 "
Range Vantage
Material Plastic & metal
Sizes 9 "
Pack quantity 1
Care instructions Wipe with a damp cloth
Model 60326-109

Alternative product

Hamilton Vantage Double Arm Roller Frame 12 "

Product code:
5012002907053
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Current price
£10

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