Columbia tools

Easterlow080708

Active Member
Has anyone on here ever has experience with Columbia tools ? I know they are mainly tape and joint tools but I’m looking into them for airless systems so any advice would be great
 

Stewie03

Well-Known Member
Get in touch with this guy he has the best columbian gear
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Vincey

Private Member
As above it’s a cornered market controlled by cartel , plastering in general is same, meet and deal with robbers, crooks and gangsters
 

Ritch

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Has anyone on here ever has experience with Columbia tools ? I know they are mainly tape and joint tools but I’m looking into them for airless systems so any advice would be great
They’ve just bought out the Peruvian sniff flex, they make some good gear the Colombians, don’t know much on there airless tho
 

devneydutch

Active Member
Has anyone on here ever has experience with Columbia tools ? I know they are mainly tape and joint tools but I’m looking into them for airless systems so any advice would be great
I’ve used tomahawk Columbia spats for airless and would say they are too bulky and heavyweight. I’m using Ox now, lightweight and easy too control
 

Lastlaff

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Has anyone on here ever has experience with Columbia tools ? I know they are mainly tape and joint tools but I’m looking into them for airless systems so any advice would be great
Not used Columbia but you can’t go wrong with Tape-Tech, I’ve got an auto-taper and it’s faultless :)
 

TonyM

Private Member
I had Columbia Fat Boy boxes. Great kit and fairly priced. You don’t really need boxes for airless though
 
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