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verfolgung
07-13-2005, 05:56 AM
Okay, with all the threads out there regarding personal stripper poles, I decided to do a little consolidation. Here are a list of sites where you can order from as well as links to previous threads with questions, feedback and suggestions. (Some threads even discuss building a pole on your own.)

If you have additional resources of feedback, please feel free to add on to the thread.

Best of luck!

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SITES TO ORDER FROM....

LIL MYNX
http://www.lilmynx.com/

STRIPPER ZONE (Sells the Lil Mynx Poles)
http://www.stripperzone.com/stripperpoles.html

PLATINUM STAGES
http://www.platinumstages.com/

THE X-POLE
http://www.x-pole.co.uk/

POLEDANZER
http://www.poledanzer.com/

MY POLE (Good site for feedback and other pole resources)
http://www.mypole.co.uk/

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Advertisement Threads...

"The New Super Pole - Ladies A Must Read!"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=50502

"The New Super Pole! Perfect For Newbies!"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=51408

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PREVIOUS TREADS (Feedback/Inquiries/Other)....

"Ordered a PS Super Pole!"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=50914

"Power Coated Poles, Help!"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=51878

"New POLE for my room! *AHHH!*"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=37079

"LilMynx Portable Stripper Poles"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25635

"lil mynx portable pole"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25474

"Stripper Pole for home use? Does anyone have one?"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25964

"Do You Have Your Own Pole"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26853

"Pole in your home--get one!"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25267

"Portable Stripper Pole"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26694

"Portable Dancer Pole"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26766

"Where to get a pole?"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25141

"Can someone help"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=51881

"Anyone know where in the US to get a Chrome Pole?"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26455

VenusGoddess
07-13-2005, 06:04 AM
Thanks, Verf!!

RetiredDancer
07-13-2005, 06:12 AM
Perhaps everyone's rants/raves for the poles/companys should go here as well..?

verfolgung
07-13-2005, 06:12 AM
Ok, now for some personal feedback......

I recently ordered a Lil Mynx Pro Pole for a friend of mine. She's now had it for about 2 weeks and loves it so far.

Originally I wanted to get a brass pole so as to have something as close as possible to what she uses in her club. However, I learned that Lil Mynx and many other providers have discontinued selling brass poles. You can still find a few out there for sale, but they have stopped making new ones. After talking with several of the members of SW (thanks for your feedback) and the people at Lil Mynx I learned that the brass poles were not well receivec because they tarnish easily, the pole pollish was not something you wanted to come off on you when you use the pole.

With that feedback I went with ordering the stainless steel Pro Pole. I actually did not order it directly from Lil Mynx, I ordered from StripperZone. I did find both places to be very responsive and even called me back to guide me through the different kinds of poles.

When she got the Pro Pole, she was thrilled. She was able to quickly install it, and she does a full range of tricks. Because she does do a lot of spinning in her pole work, she did use the ceiling screw in order to give it extra support. Installing it with just the friction plates seemed stable, but she didn't want to take the chance.

Her feedback is that it's fairly simple to put up and take down. A simple lock pin and it will collapse easily for quick removal.

Personally, the one thing I would say, is that I was less than thrilled with the case. It was a fairly cheap plastic, and the packing material inside also appeared cheap. If someone needed to take the pole around to private shows on a regular basis, I don't see the carrying case as being very reliable. However, if you're just using it at home, and just need a place to store the pole from time to time, the case will work.

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Just after I ordered the Lil Mynx Pro Pole, Platinum Stages started to advertise their SuperPole. Glad I did not cancel my order, as I certainly would not have had the SuperPole in time for her b-day.

However, I am interested in a few aspects of the SuperPole. It appears to be able to fit high ceilings (up to 14' vs. 10' with the Pro Pole), and with the wider friction plates it does appear to be more stable as a removable pole.

Anyway, my friend and I are ordering a SuperPole as a house warming gift for another dancer we know, and we'll be sure to post some compare and constrast reviews for everyone.

verfolgung
07-13-2005, 06:16 AM
Perhaps everyone's rants/raves for the poles/companys should go here as well..?

Absolutely RD! I tried to capture as many of the previous threads as I could find. Many have reviews of poles they have bought, as well as feedback on issues they have had either performance wise or with customer service.

Since you have a pole, please feel free to provide any additional feedback. Thanks!

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Also, if anyone knows of a thread I missed, feel free to link it!

RetiredDancer
07-13-2005, 06:24 AM
Everyone knows how much I love my pole since I always run my mouth about it, lol. I ordered mine on a Friday and got it the following Friday. Never had one problem with cust service or with my pole. Lilmynx ;) Hopefully if anyone else has pole related stuff theyll put it here..nice thread to start Verf :)

BigGreenMnM
07-13-2005, 06:35 AM
dude,you freekin ROCK!!!!!

The first NON MOD thumbtack post!!!!!!

You are my new god!!!
Great post!

TnT
07-15-2005, 10:29 PM
Has anyone tried the XXX Pole ? If so what did you think? There are some for sale on Ebay right now, here is a link

The price seems to be alot lower but I am wondering if this is a you get what you pay for situtation or just competitive pricing.

TnT
07-15-2005, 10:32 PM
Anyone have a link or know where to get instructions on how to build a pole and stage set ?

TigersMilk
07-16-2005, 12:04 AM
You are like the thread person to go to. YOu are the OZ of re-threading.

VenusGoddess
07-16-2005, 06:06 AM
Has anyone tried the XXX Pole ? If so what did you think? There are some for sale on Ebay right now, here is a link http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5596726797&category=1467&ssPageName=WDVW&rd=1

The price seems to be alot lower but I am wondering if this is a you get what you pay for situtation or just competitive pricing.

Looks almost exactly like the Lilmynx. Make sure you check the seller's feedback. My policy is if they any negative feedback, I usually won't buy from them. Also, check the return policy...warranties...everything...and then make a choice. ;)

You can also email some of the other buyers and see how they actually feel about their poles now that they've had them for a bit.

At that price...I'd be willing to buy one.

TnT
07-18-2005, 10:16 AM
I'm still on the fence about this XXX pole and plan to email some other buyers as suggested. I'll post any replies I get.

verfolgung
07-18-2005, 10:45 PM
Has anyone tried the XXX Pole ? If so what did you think? There are some for sale on Ebay right now, here is a link http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5596726797&category=1467&ssPageName=WDVW&rd=1

The price seems to be alot lower but I am wondering if this is a you get what you pay for situtation or just competitive pricing.

Okay I have not seen this pole before, and I don't know anyone personally who uses one, but just from my experience with other pole types here is some feedback....

1) The base price for the powder coated 8' pole is $199 (admittedly, the winning bids on e-bay do seem to be running less). Comparing this pole to the lil mynx line it seems like the poles that they sell for at about $229. The lil mynx series then goes up from there if you want a different finnish besides powder coated, or if you want features like spinning, or being removable. The top end of the lil mynx series is the "pro pole" which goes for $450.

2) The pole says it fits up to an 8' ceiling. Does this meet the requirements of your place? You may need extensions. It's best to know up front so you can price them and order them accordingly.

3) Speaking of finnish are you happy with powder coated? I believe some of the SW members have powder coated poles and are perfectly happy with them. I also know other dancers who want a pole that is as close to the feeling they have with their club poles and are disappointed with a powder finnish. A stainless steel, chrome or brass finnish will likely cost more.

4) Diameter. There's no mention of the pole's diameter on the site. Most the lil mynx line and the platinum stages line is a 2" diameter pole.

5) Removable. This pole claims to be removable. Now this is a feature that costs extra in the lil mynx line and requires the purchase of additional friction plates. Their standard poles are semi permanent and lock into place with a celing screw. The XXX pole claims to be removable, but it's friction mountings appear really small. To be honest I'd be a little worried about these mountings slipping. The friction plates sold by lil minx and by platinum stages are much wider and appear to be more stable. The newest poles coming out like the x-pole, and the platinum stages Super Pole, all feature very wide friction plates at both ends. The xxx poles mountings just look small to me for a friction pole, but that is just my opinion.

Best of luck!

verfolgung
07-18-2005, 11:05 PM
Anyone have a link or know where to get instructions on how to build a pole and stage set ?

Check out these links TnT....

"Where to get a pole"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25141

"Finally taking the "Brass Pole" plunge"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26087

Best of luck!

girlinterupted
07-20-2005, 10:01 AM
I ordered a XXX pole from ebay. It came out to $135 with shipping and my bid together. I have my doubts because the friction plates seem small, but I think it includes fittings if you want to do a permanent installation. If not, I'm sure it won't be hard to get them elsewhere. Also, the seller said they are adjustable from 7'10" to 8'2". I should be recieving it in a few days. I will definately review it then.

smittenkitten
07-25-2005, 11:00 AM
I sent a bunch of emails out to buyers of the XXX pole yesterday. I've only gotten one response back though. One girl said she was new to pole dancing so she didn't know if it could really handle all the inverts and stuff like that, but her husband tried all kinds of ways to knock it down and couldn't. Apparently, he's 200lbs or so and could climb it, at least.

I saw one auction that listed the diameter as 2", but it seems like a lot of the other ones don't say that. I don't know if there's a difference or the seller just isn't consistent. The bases looked really small to me, too

ANYWAY, I found this link a while ago, but never tried it. They use a pole with a crappy finish and build a stage around it. I didn't like the crappy finish, and I really need my stage set to be portable, but it's an interesting link nonetheless. Maybe you could substitute the crappy pole for a nice brass one. As for making it portable, I don't know. I wonder if if you could get PS's 'quick-release' bolts and modify them (or these directions) to make it portable... LOL, definitely gonna set my husband to work on that one.

http://jaysilver.net/pictures/cosmo/2/stripperpole.html

Homemade poles: I started with a closet rod. It's only 1.5" diameter, but I got a brass one and two flanges and it's been up (and taken a lot of abuse) for about 1 year and a half. Like I said, it's skinny, but it's what I learned on and it was cheap ($50 maybe?) to build. Making the switch to the 2" wasn't terribly easy, but wasn't as hard as I thought it would be. I also went from brass to stainless steel, which made it more difficult.

LM stopped selling their brass poles because they're a low-seller and hard to clean, etc. Apparently they tarnish, too? They said they still have a few left (not sure what they consider to be 'a few' but ok...)

Has anyone's brass pole ever tarnished? I haven't had this problem. And I clean it with rubbing alcohol and it's a lot easier to keep clean than the steel (seems like you have it wipe it down after every 3rd trick or so - ugh)

Looking forward to hearing the review on the XXX poles!

girlinterupted
07-25-2005, 12:19 PM
For the record, I have not recieved my XXX Pole yet off ebay. I'm really not impressed by the guy selling them either.

He sent me an invoice and suggested white/pink because it looks so "awesome". I chose black/black instead. So he says great, and he's shipping it in the morning.

2 days later I get an email asking which color I'd like. Um........ I want black/ black like you told me you were shipping Yesterday! Well, he tries telling me he didn't know what color I had wanted and just shipped the last black/black, so I'm going to have to get white/pink and he'll ship it the folowing morning. If I'm really stuck on the black/black I can wait a few more days. I agree to the white/pink and ask for him to send me tracking info. After all, I just want a pole to play with : )

It was obvious that he knew from the beginning that he couldn't provide what he promised (when he suggested white/pink out of the blue) and he promised to ship what he didn't have. He wasted days he didn't have to. Our last contact was 4 days ago, and I still have not recieved any tracking info or shipping confirmation. It has only been 6 days though, so I will give him some more time. Hopefully, it was shipped the last time he promised, and his product is worth the $$$. I will keep you all updated.

Edit: Ok, I just got a tracking #, and it was shipped as he promsed. Yay! He could have been better w/ correspondence, but it was still done in a reasonable time.8)

TnT
07-25-2005, 08:38 PM
Could I use a friction mount pole and the ceiling cover where a fan would go ? I have these covers in my two spare bedroom right in the center of the ceiling. I know these covers hide a hole cut into the ceiling for the pre-wiring for fans and I would idealy like to leave them there.

It's under a stud I believe ..would the plastic cover crack ? I know you have to twist the pole into the ceiling very tight and all ...what does everyone think ? Would it work ?

TnT
07-25-2005, 08:47 PM
I ordered a XXX pole from ebay. It came out to $135 with shipping and my bid together. I have my doubts because the friction plates seem small, but I think it includes fittings if you want to do a permanent installation. If not, I'm sure it won't be hard to get them elsewhere. Also, the seller said they are adjustable from 7'10" to 8'2". I should be recieving it in a few days. I will definately review it then.

I am quite anxious to hear your experience.

I have been watching their poles for awhile. I notice they are listing them higher in price now too..... I really want a pole but not enough to spent $400, ya know ?

And I need a removable pole as well, preferably one that I don't need a drill to install. It needs to be easy to do as well.

Jeanette
07-25-2005, 10:00 PM
Here is a link for poles in Canada offered by a company that teaches pole dancing. I don't have a pole yet, nor have I tried this pole, but it seems to be well made. http://toronto.aradiafitness.com/page.php?id=8

TnT
07-26-2005, 04:47 PM
I'm going to bid on one of these XXX poles. I will let everyone know how it works out.

I am new to pole dancing other than some very basic stuff, so it will be interesting to see how this pole fares as I progress .



Edited to add: I won the auction ! My total including shipping was $125. I also ordered a stud finder from someone else for $12 which includes shipping, so the total for the pole so far is still under $150.

I have already recieved an email from the seller asking for color and ceiling height info. It is supposed to be sent FedEx so it should take too long, I hope.

More later !

UPDATE: I contacted the seller to find out when to expect delivery of my new pole and I was told this coming Wed. (1 week after payment sent) I will let ya'll know if it shows on time.

So far sellers customer service has been very good, quick reply to any and all questions....now lets hope the product is as good :)

girlinterupted
07-28-2005, 02:00 PM
Ok, got my XXX Pole today. I am very happy. I am 135 or so, and it is very sturdy as long as you install it properly. No wobbling or anything. I had it up in 5 minutes, it was very easy. Everything is pre-assembled, all you have to do is twist a nut and make sure its plumb. Of course you should install it under a joist. It also only took me 9 days from the time I won my bid, to receive it. Yay!! I'm so happy. I was a little miffed about the miscommunication in the beginning, but I'm chalking it up to that..... a miscommunication. In the end, I am happy with the customer service and think the product is well worth the $$$. I definately recommend it : )

TnT
07-29-2005, 09:21 AM
Oh cool !!! So you are using the friction mount right now, not the lag bolt, right ?

Have you tried spins on it yet ? What about inverts ?

Feel safe and sturdy ?

I can't wait until mine gets here !

girlinterupted
07-29-2005, 10:57 AM
Yea, I'm only using the friction mount right now. No problems so far, and I tested the one invert I can do and simple spins on it. It was steady. I haven't gotten too crazy with it yet. That will come with time:D But I think it will hold up well. I would comment on the grip of the powder coating, but my hands sweat so much, I can't really judge.

friskybusiness
08-02-2005, 11:52 AM
cool! thanks for the review! I've been looking to invest in one

smittenkitten
08-07-2005, 03:21 PM
Someone had said something a while back about how the Platinum Stages poles (pole/stage combo) weren't child-safe. Is that just because the edges are sharp, or is there something else wrong with them? I was thinking that if it's just the sharp edges that are the problem, maybe you could use coffee table edging or something on them? There's this great cut-to-fit angled foam stuff that I put around my coffee table when my kids were learning to walk and I wondered if that would take care of the child safety problem. THANKS!

verfolgung
08-08-2005, 06:03 AM
Has anyone tried putting the top of a pole in permanently but using a friction mount for the floor ? I am afraid of the total friction deal and was thinking of trying half permanent and half friction. What do ya'll think ?

The stationary poles sold by Platinum Stages mount into both the floor and the ceiling.

The Lil Mynx series removable poles are designed with a ceiling mount and a friction floor plate. They have a small ceiling screw for the ceiling mount and the bottom is designed for rugs. You can purchase a friction floor plate to use on flat surfaces and harwood floors. Even with the ceiling mount, the pole is still removable. I believe the XXX pole which has also been discussed in this tread can be friction mounted or ceiling mounted in a similar mannor as the Lil Mynx poles.

bikinigirl04
08-08-2005, 08:04 AM
BUILD YOUR OWN POLE!

hi, sorry, i didn't read the entire thread yet to see if this is already posted, but while i was looking for a pole online i realized the cheapest i could find was about $350. i am officially a cheapskate and kept looking for something cheaper, and i cam across these instructions on how to build your own.
http://jaysilver.net/pictures/cosmo/2/stripperpole.html
you get all the stuff at home depot, takes about 5 hours to build and costs under $100!!
i haven't gotten around to doing it yet but i am going to build my own pole!

edit: i see now someone already posted this link. i would be interested to know if anyone tried this out and how it worked.

verfolgung
08-10-2005, 06:54 AM
A few more links to some previous threads which may be of interest....

"Brass poles or Stanless Steel Poles?"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53396

"Brass vs. chrome ... What's the difference"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26009

"questions about poles"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26022

"A question on poles..."
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26760

cinammonkisses
08-10-2005, 03:53 PM
BUILD YOUR OWN POLE!

hi, sorry, i didn't read the entire thread yet to see if this is already posted, but while i was looking for a pole online i realized the cheapest i could find was about $350. i am officially a cheapskate and kept looking for something cheaper, and i cam across these instructions on how to build your own.
http://jaysilver.net/pictures/cosmo/2/stripperpole.html
you get all the stuff at home depot, takes about 5 hours to build and costs under $100!!
i haven't gotten around to doing it yet but i am going to build my own pole!

edit: i see now someone already posted this link. i would be interested to know if anyone tried this out and how it worked.

Thanks for this link. I was looking for a site like this. Those girls looked like they were having a ball!! ;).

Edit: I found another "how to" http://threadgilltechnologies.com/blog_b.php

SW Siren
08-20-2005, 10:45 AM
I bought one of the XXX poles last week and it came today and was up in 10 minutes time.

I had to use a cresent wrench to get it tight enough because it sinks a little into carpet when you go full weight on the pole, but after a few turns on both the top and bottom nuts it feels sturdy.

I am considering putting a perm. ceiling mount up in the future. We'll see how it feels as I get into more advanced tricks.

charlygirl
08-31-2005, 10:26 PM
SO those who bought the portable stripper pole, was it better compared to the 'pole in the stage' version or the screwed in version? Wheres the updates girls!!!

verfolgung
09-21-2005, 12:06 PM
FYI - Here is a link to my review of the Platinum Stages Super Pole....

http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?p=602389#post602389

Silverback
09-21-2005, 07:49 PM
I want one in my living room. After all, the magic worked with that baseball diamond in the corn field. :)

kittykat1971
09-28-2005, 07:25 PM
Just another quick update...

I received the case from PS yesterday. It is incredible! Very professional looking with cut outs in the inner foam for each piece. It's pretty heavy and big, but really is impressive.

After Verfolgung's review of the Lil Mynx case, I didn't know what to expect from PS, but I was impressed. I even had to interrupt DHs shower to show it to him. ;)

verfolgung
10-04-2005, 09:05 AM
Hey KK,

Yeah I got my case earlier this week too, and like you, I was pretty impressed with it. Took a little longer to get here, but probably worth it.

BTW KK, how are you doing with the weight of the PS system? That's really the only draw back I've seen so far. It's an very sturdy, excellent qaulity system, but it does have some weight to it. My only concern would be that it might be difficult for a dancer to tote this along if she were doing private parties and constantly setting it up in different places. But I guess that's what drivers are for! heh.

(BTW - if you're ever in a hotel suite and you see a little "X" on the ceiling in an open area of the room you can have a little laugh. lol.)

Nicety
10-30-2005, 08:44 PM
http://www.kegworks.com/shoppingcart/customer/home.php?cat=352


Try this out

Iphinome
11-03-2005, 10:03 PM
For people who were looking at the XXX pole it looks like he's left ebay, or at least that account is no longer registered so that chance was missed.

If he does come back though, I think the coating on my XXX pole is a little bit slippery so I reccomend paying a bit more and getting a chrome pole instead.

pr317
11-14-2005, 07:58 PM
I ordered (and paid for) that XXX stripper pole that was on Ebay, and then all of a sudden the user went "unregistered" on me!! >:( I was surprised because in our correspondence he sounded like he really intended on sending it to me.. I wonder what happened, but it seems kind of fishy to me, so I filed a complaint with PayPal to try and get my money back, we'll see what happens!!
Anyways on a happier note, the Lil Mynx pole from Ebay yesterday, and this seller seems to be very professional and hasn't gone missing so far! So let's hope this time I actually get my pole!!

Lizette
11-20-2005, 01:06 AM
The Super Pole seems to be what I am looking for. I've had downright RUDE customer service with PS in the past. Hopefully, they've fixed that. I've read the reviews of the product. All seem to be positive. Now, what the PS website does not tell me is the cost of shipping. If you know, how much is shipping?

VenusGoddess
11-20-2005, 07:06 AM
^ It's about $50 (depending on where you live). ;)

kittykat1971
11-20-2005, 07:22 PM
It was $40 for me (CA to AZ).

PlatinumStages
11-21-2005, 10:21 AM
Sorry to hear you have had a problem with Platinum Stages before. Hopefully we can show you that we thrive to reach a high level of customer service. We usually charge right around $50 via UPS for the Super Pole because of the lengths. The stages are right around $100 depending on where you live. If you have any questions about the pole please call us or even ask some of the members on StripperWeb about their poles. I know KittyKat1971 owns one, as well as Verfulgung. Thanks,

Laurie
Platinum Stages

kellyallstar
12-10-2005, 04:53 AM
awesome thanks for the links

verticaldance
12-13-2005, 09:47 AM
try www.x-pole.co.uk i have 15 in my school. they are fantasic poles with a dvd to help you put it up,it also gives you a pole dance warmup and a little lesson for those who are new. it is spinning and static and can even be bispoked if you email the owner.it is designed to undo easy,the customer service is fantastic,which is why i sell it on my website.

check it out in action

http://verticaldance.com/gallery.htm

also if you look on ebay uk there are alot of other very well designed poles. please dont be fooled by the peekaboo pole. so many uk pole dancers have been as its cheap but its just a game and you cant do anything on it as it falls over.

kittykat1971
12-13-2005, 03:00 PM
Verfolgung, sorry, I forgot to answer your earlier question about the weight of the system. It does weigh a ton, so I actually purchased a lightweight folding dolly to move it around. I do private lessons in women's homes, so I needed to be able to easily move it.

I recently did a private party for 20 ladies. The party hostess had 12 foot ceilings, so the pole really weighed a lot with the extra extensions. One of the ladies had too much to drink ::) and decided to climb to the top when my back was turned. Thank god, the pole didn't budge as she wiggled around on it, but my heart stopped to think of what would have happened if the pole (and the woman) had fallen. I can honestly say that the stability of the pole is worth the extra weight!

Platinum Stages, I will be ordering more soon!;D

Kat
(p.s... I do carry insurance and have the ladies sign waivers just in case!)

verfolgung
12-14-2005, 11:32 AM
Thought this new thread deserved to be linked in......

"Shopping around for a pole"
http://www.stripperweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=58697

Empyrean
12-15-2005, 05:47 AM
Hi VerticleDance!!!

I've been away from your site because my mpeg player/video driver caught a bug of some sort and I can't view anything until we reformat my hard drive - which my husband kept putting off and I now know it's because he got me a new computer for Christmas!

Anyway - I will be back to use your online lessons after the first of the year and I just wanted to tell everyone that these lessons are great and very reasonably priced. They are well worth checking out and helped me a lot with my moves!

charlygirl
12-21-2005, 02:09 AM
Can anyone tell me how wide both Platinum Stages poles (with and without stage) are. I have noticed that the width varies with different companies.

Empyrean
12-21-2005, 06:48 AM
I have the removable, one-piece super pole and it has a two inch diameter.