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Daiwa Air Z PRO -  Professional Carbon Cones
Daiwa Air Z PRO -  Professional Carbon Cones

Daiwa Air Z PRO - Professional Carbon Cones

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Protectapole
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£19.99
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When only the very best quality will do. Precision engineered by CNC lathe which produces a quality product to protect your pole.  

Our Protectapole Professional Carbon Nose Cones are the only cone to offer complete protection to your pole sections. As well as helping to prevent splits and dinks our registered cone has a unique design feature with ensures its external diameter provides full protection to the very edge of each carbon section.    Made from Carbon infused PTFE, our cones are visually friction free,  ensuring that section  wear is kept to an absolute minimum. 

Bagging Kit - 3 Cones (sections 4-6) 

 

We also offer our Pro PTFE and Club Range of Nose Cones. You'll find these listed separately.   For a comparison  of our Pro and Club ranges check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsUxXjnZbW3sRZkSfRAt5Yg

If you have any questions, please get in touch and we'll be happy to help.


 

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Kevin Berry
Air Z Pro - ProtectaPole (4-6) - Professional Carbon Cones

I tried some other company for cones, but these are much, much better.
Nice tight fit on the 4 & 5 with the 6 just tight enough, but not as tight as the 4 & 5 cones.
Yet to use them on the bank but the quality, the smoothness of the machining is excellent.
I will be back for a full kit when they are available.
They look the business in the carbon finish.
Well happy so far.

Hi Kevin, thanks for the feedback. Regarding the No6, it may well be that if you've used other cones in the past, they may have stretched slightly the diameter of the carbon section. We have seen this before where oversized 3d printed cones have been fitted and have been so tight they have had the effect of stretching the carbon section. This only increases carbon wear. You might want to try adding a little piece of electrical tape between the cone and carbon or using a small amount of glue (standard gorilla not superglue is ok) just to hold the cone in place.