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Hardwood Handle/Pole with Metal Ferrule

$847
  • 5 ft. hardwood handle for standard broom head
  • 3/4 in. metal ferrule fits standard thread block
  • Product may vary in store
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Product Overview

Bring a broken broom back to life with the Quickie Hardwood Handle with Metal Ferrule. It has a 3/4 in. standard metal ferrule for extra strength. You can fit it in any standard thread block.
  • Hardwood handle
  • 60 in. long
  • Durable construction
  • 3/4 in. standard metal ferrule
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
0.75
Handle length (ft.)
5
Handle Length (in.)
60

Details

Cleaning Tool Type
Handle/Pole
Color
Brown
Color Family
Brown
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Connection Type
Threaded
Features
No Additional Features
Handle Material
Wood
Handle/Pole Type
Standard
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 519 reviews
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Does not fit
My broom has the same 3/4 inch diameter ferrule. The description says "Metal ferrule fits standard thread block". My old ferrule was plastic screwed into a wood base. As you can see, the TREADS are way different. So what is standard then??
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    Broke on first use
    Good: fits a quickie broom head, it's cheap, and it can be glued back together. Bad: it broke while I was sweeping the alley, before I was ready to quit on a hot/humid July afternoon. Now I've got two perfectly usable broom heads and three broken handles. Might see if I can epoxy a ferrule to some conduit instead.
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      1 found this review helpful
      It was a simple product to install as a replacement for original handle which broke.
      It was a simple product to install as a replacement for original handle which broke.
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      Needed a wood handle with a metal attachment that would not fall apart as soon as my crew guys go...
      Needed a wood handle with a metal attachment that would not fall apart as soon as my crew guys got to work. They use these to scrub large tanks clean and they are holding together without any issue so far. Great price, easy online ordering, and they were ready to be picked up when I arrived at customer service. I have been very impressed with our McKinney, TX staff and excellent customer service!!!
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      It work fine for about ten minutes then the stick snapped lose where the metal meets the wood. No...
      It work fine for about ten minutes then the stick snapped lose where the metal meets the wood. Now the stick wobbles really bad.
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      The metal threads broke after about 4.5 months of light use. The "metal" turns out to be aluminu...
      The metal threads broke after about 4.5 months of light use. The "metal" turns out to be aluminum or some other soft metal. I used it on a push broom to sweep a small patio about 2-3 times per week. I picked this wooden handle over the others because it seemed sturdier. The handle is fine, but the ferrule is a poor choice of metal. The previous handle on my cheapo broom was metal tubing with a plastic ferrule that lasted 10 years. Not Recommended.
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        9 found this review helpful
        Perfect fit for my push broom.
        Was pointed in the right direction to find this new handle. Fits great on my push broom. Back in business, actually better than the handle it came with. Metal feature was very easy to screw into my existing broom.
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