Internet #314634649

Model #DP_BigReachHook02

Big-Reach Pole Hook Attachment for Extension Pole, Utility Hook for Hanging String Lights (Pole Not Included)

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Price:
$1999

Product Overview

For All Your Hard-to-reach Hanging, Pushing, Pulling and Retrieval Needs--The DocaPole Big-Reach Hook boasts a patented, notched push-pull design with reinforced retrieval, push, and pull points. The top's "M-design" and guard notches maximize control for hanging ropes, chords, lines, and string lights.This super sturdy steel and zinc-coated hook is rust-proof, fire-proof, and ready for any job you throw at it. Featuring a solid, milled housing unit, wrench nut, locking screw, standard threading, and dual-purpose push Plus pull design, the DocaPole Big-Reach Hook is perfect for all your hard-to-reach hanging and retrieval needs. Useful for a seemingly infinite number of tasks around the house, in the garden, on the boat, at the work site, while camping, and more. -Hang String Lights or Christmas Lights on outdoor trees and bushes, tall Christmas trees, and on home exteriors.-Manage sail lines, studio chords, theater ropes, rock climbing ropes, extension chords, boat ropes, and all other types of string, ropes, lines and wires.-Hang bird feeders, hammocks, hanging plants, curtains, blinds, flags, banners, and any other hanging item.-Pull down loose branches out of trees and off roofs. Retrieve balls, frisbees, drones, and other items that get stuck in trees or on roofs. Whether it's on the boat, in the truck, or around the house - you'll be surprised how often the DocaPole Big-Reach Hook comes in handy. (Pole sold separately).
  • Highest quality pole hook on the market - constructed from a non-rusting zinc alloy, the DocaPole big-reach pole hook is the sturdiest pole hook attachment available - the nig-reach hook is perfect for all your hard-to-reach hanging and retrieval needs
  • Patented push plus pull design - m-shaped hook features both pull and retrieval points on the hook, easily facilitating the hanging, pushing, and retrieval of objects in high-up, hard-to-reach places
  • Locking screw and wrench nut- screw the hook onto any standard threaded pole and use the locking screw to ensure the pole does not spin loose during use - this is the only pole on the market with a locking screw
  • Universal twist-on design - use with any standard ACME threaded extension pole, telescoping pole, broom handle, or other threaded handle - pair with a 12 ft. or 24 ft. DocaPole extension pole for the ultimate pole hook
  • Infinite uses - hang lights, lanterns, wreathes, plants, bird feeders, position hard-to-handle objects, pull branches off the roof, retrieve balls, frisbees, drones and other objects from trees, roofs, pools, lakes, ponds, and other hard to reach spots



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1 in
Product Height (in.)
5.5 in
Product Width (in.)
2.75 in

Details

Compatible hand tool
Other
Hand Tool Type
Hand Tool Accessory
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
NA

Questions & Answers

2Questions10Answers

What does it weigh?

Asked by Sandi January 8, 2021
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Answers

Less than a pound

Will this hook fit on the Mr. Longarm pole ?

Asked by JD December 25, 2020
5
Answers

As long as you can place any ordinary paint roller on your pole,this hook will work and if your pole is metal I would suggest that you get the adjustable plastic hinge tip so if your hook gets in contact with a live electrical wire you won't get electricuted.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
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This hook is a great addon to my docapole. I have used it to pull down some old lights from the e...
This hook is a great addon to my docapole. I have used it to pull down some old lights from the eve of my house and to remove some sticker balls from my tree limbs. i can reach everything with this using my 30 foot docapole. It is very well made and is steel and screws on tightly to the pole. It has has some ridges on it so what you are trying to hook will not slip off the end. It super nice. It does come with instructions on how to tighten the set screw after you screw the hook on
by swords30
You need this hook although you might not realize it until you have one. It has so many uses and...
You need this hook although you might not realize it until you have one. It has so many uses and once you have it you'll suddenly think of more. It really is a simple idea, improved. It is part of the Doca Pole product line. I have a Doca Pole but this has standard threading which allows you to screw it onto any basic broom or mop handle. The hook is sturdy and strong and has an "M" shape on top which helps hold the wire or rope or string or hook or whatever it is you're trying to maneuver. I've had this less than a week and I've already used it for hanging lights, tucking an extension cord up on a hook, reaching and filling a bird feeder up in our tree, pulling a tarp up over our chicken coop, hanging wind chimes, pulling vines off our fence. All without having to use a ladder. The uses are endless! This is one of my favorite tools!
by kj4sun
I like the versatility of Doca Pole attachments. I just got the big reach hook. I’ll use this mai...
I like the versatility of Doca Pole attachments. I just got the big reach hook. I’ll use this mainly to make it easier to hang stuff up for backyard bird watching. I tried it out with a seed bell suspended from a piece of twine, but ended up using a metal S hook. (might need to practice using this) I was able to put it nice and high. Husband called dibbs for Christmas time for stringing lights. The pole with hook attachment is light enough to move around, didn’t seem too heavy. Nice design, particularly like the philips’ head screw that tightens the attachment on the pole so that the hook won’t spin.
by momshopshd
It is very durable and the package says it is fireproof and non rusting Zinc Alloy. The package a...
It is very durable and the package says it is fireproof and non rusting Zinc Alloy. The package also says do not exceed 20 lbs. of push or pull force. This hook is solid and could probably handle more weight then that with the right pole. I like the fact that they added a locking screw so this doesnt twist up on you. Within the first week of owning it my nephew flew his drone into my pine tree. I grabbed my hook and screwed it on to my extension pole and retrieved the drone in seconds. My attic has a hide away fold up staircase and it is hard to reach for some people. I will probably keep this hook on a short pole near my attic so everyone can reach the pull down rope. This is one of them items that you don't realize how useful it is until you need it. The design is great because it gives you the ability to pull or push. Other brands usually just have a hook for pulling. If you are in need of a pole hook look no further. I hope I was able to help someone with my review.
by Jimmy
Ordered the Big-Reach Pole hook to use with my DocaPole. I use the DocaPole primarily with the pruner saw attachment to reach high branches without having to climb the tree or get up on a ladder. Some pole saws have a saw on one side and a hook on the other to pull the felled branches away from the tree but this sometimes limits accessibility to dense areas of the tree. The DocaPole pruner attachment does not have a hook so this attachment allows me to prune first and then pull the branches down later if necessary. The hook has dedicated retrieve and pull points and seems to be sturdy enough to push on. The hook simply screws on to the end of the DocaPole and can be tightened with the built in wrench nut and secured with a set screw. The unit is made of a zinc alloy so it is fire proof and rust resistant. It is a very useful accessory that increases the utility of my DocaPole.
by ograys
The DOCAZOO Doca Pole Big Reach Pole Hook certainly delivered it's promise of “Stay off a ladder ...
The DOCAZOO Doca Pole Big Reach Pole Hook certainly delivered it's promise of “Stay off a ladder and stay safe". I wish I had this hook back in November when I started my Christmas lights then I would've avoided falling off my ladder. This hook will be an enormous help for anyone who enjoys decorating the outside of their home around the holidays with loads of lights and ornamentation along the gutters and in the trees because you certainly will not need the use of a ladder! But with the holidays over I was wondering what other uses I would be able to find for the hook until then? CLEANING very hard to reach places of course. The hook lends an extra 5.5" of reach when attached to any length extension pole with a standard acme-thread. Once attached be sure to secure the lock screw to prevent slipping and coming loose off the top. The hook has some hefty weight to it and does not feel flimsy or cheap. I velcro strapped a towel damped with cleanser to the hook to clean the ceiling fan blades suspended 20’ above our living room and a high window ledge we cannot reach very easily. When the snow and ice melt in spring I’ll be using the hook to fish trash out of our basement window wells because it is very difficult fitting a small ladder into the well plus myself. Also the top part of the hook will serve nicely as an extra hand so I can remove a couple of abandoned birds nests from one of my front yard trees. The DOCAZOO Doca Pole Big Reach Pole Hook will definitely be a universal tool in the coming months ahead.
by Ru
This pole hook feels hefty and solid with no flex in the hook itself. I wanted a good sturdy hook...
This pole hook feels hefty and solid with no flex in the hook itself. I wanted a good sturdy hook to help place Christmas lights higher in some pine trees on my property. So I attached the hook to a 12’ extendable paint pole and lifted the string of lights up and around the pine trees. While it did the job I think it would have work better if the extensions on the top of the hook protruded up a little further because the light string had a tendency to slip off as I was using the hook to lift the light strings. But the hook worked great in pulling the strings off the branches when I took them down. I also found it rigid enough and useful in pressing the test button on a smoke alarm that is up high on a vaulted ceiling. Overall, I’m pleased with the quality and functionality of the hook and it got the job done.
by Lurch
My life just became easier! What a relief to having an alternative to getting a ladder out or ask...
My life just became easier! What a relief to having an alternative to getting a ladder out or asking for help sometimes. I attached it to an extension paint pole. There is a tightening screw which makes me want to keep it on a pole permanently for convenience. I have a hanging planter that requires a ladder but with this hook I was able to get it while standing. Unfortunately the video clip I had wouldn't attach but there is a picture. Then I needed to run an extension cord for a snowblower and thought over the rafters instead of the floor would be safer. The large cord was stiff from the cold but making a loop helped grab it with the hook. Up and over it went. Pushing anything on the rafters in the way was also easy. It is great for repositioning knickknacks on high cupboards or shelves
by Bonnie
The Big Reach Pole Hook screwed right onto the end of my extension pole. There is a small locking...
The Big Reach Pole Hook screwed right onto the end of my extension pole. There is a small locking screw to tighten it, but I didn't bother and it was fine. The package says it is fire proof and a non-rusting zinc-alloy. The "M" shaped top allows you to push or pull, depending on what you are using it for. I used it to hand Christmas lights in a tree. It made the work a lot easier and safer, not having to climb a tall ladder. I was also able to get down/hang some extension cords in my garage, which I usually have to get a step ladder or climb on top of my workbench to reach.
by Stan
This is a useful and functional design but the manufacturing needs improvement. The odd shape ac...
This is a useful and functional design but the manufacturing needs improvement. The odd shape actually works well and having a hook that can attach and be removed from an extension pole system is nice. I noticed a nice feature where the neck of the hook has two flat sides which will allow it to be gripped with a wrench in the event it gets stuck on the pole. The product label shows a force limitation of 20lbs and says the hook is made of zinc alloy. So, my first thought was "pot metal" and I then assumed the hook would be brittle and subject to being easily broken. So, I did a drop test from 6 feet onto concrete with the hook side down. Three times in a row it held up fine; so, it's more durable than I assumed. Now for a manufacturing issue: Metal threads on the inside have sharp edges as if they were machined poorly (see photo). The sharp metal from the manufacturing issues did damage the threads on the pole when it was screwed on (see photo). Taking a metal file to the inside did correct that problem but who wants to spend time doing that? If it were not for that issue, I would give this 4 or 5 stars.
by AlwaysDIYing
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