Christina Jenkins: The camera man should get his mind out of the GUTTER 0:16 :D
Scott L: I could see this woman being able to sell almost any product to me. I don't even have gutters and I am interested in this product especially if I could get an on-site demostration!
Cliff Carlo: Gutter, what gutter, all I saw wash an impressive rack lol
kenny play: Very little light leaves. Now, a lot of leaves and sludge? Look out!! All over and perhaps on YOU
Jim Stevens: I have had these things for 25 years and they are fantastic. I did have some of the facia boards replaced about 10 years ago when they were beginning to show some rot and such. But, the gutters originally installed are still there today and it really is that easy to clean gutters.
I also had to install a clip on one of the long runs to keep wind from flipping it. But, clip works as advertized and no problems.
Squirralien: Not sure it would work too good when there is sludge in there
6977warrior: Flip it about 5 or 6 more times and it will tear away from the roof,lol. Looks very flimsy.
C H: With out her 0 views.
UkeDoggie: We had this gutter system on a two-story house for years (a house which we since sold). We had NO PROBLEMS emptying it, even when wet leaves, sticks, etc were in longer runs. The hinges/brackets were quite strong. It's a GREAT system!
All the criticisms about stuff falling on your head don't apply in the real world--when operating the pole to flip, you are not directly under the gutter, but out at an angle. Further, if you have standing water in your gutters, you have more of a problem than just the type of brackets the gutters rest on.
jimmy shine: any product that has parts in motion.. ultimately creates the option for failing....simpler it is the longer it will last
Magic .Mark: What do you do in the winter?
George Slim: I like her pole skills, that flipped my wig
George Slim: when ice melt heaves them over with weight and you R F'd
George Slim: nice jugs :)
bigsexysw: if you think about it doing this once a week and you wont have as much debris to worry about getting all over you. This isn't a bad idea but some people wont do it once a week. the will wait and do it once a year and complain so much stuff came out
Rafe Kirkcaldy: whats happens to all the wet rubbish falling on the paths and window sills? crazy only in the states
John Grogan: RU CRAZY!?!?
John Bradshaw: Poor Design. Imagine if the gutter is filled with dirty water, debris and bird mess. Do you really want that emptying on you?
Homeowners clean their gutters from the safety of the GROUND with flipgutters.5
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