How much is a brass stripper pole?

Removable studio poles retail price:

Ceiling height in feet and inches Brass one-piece removable 45mm
up to 10’5″ $489.99
10’6″ – 10’11” $498.99
11′ – 11’5″ $509.99
11’6″ – 11’11” $527.99

Is brass better than chrome pole?

They’re commonly found in areas with warmer climates. Brass poles are also known for being easier to grip with, as they’re much less slippery that chrome poles, making brass an excellent choice for a beginner – although, they are a bit more expensive. ✔️ Brass poles are a superior finish and have a better grip.

Are brass poles good?

Brass – Great in hotter climates as the grip factor increases with the ambient temperature and the perfect choice for polers with nickel allergies.

Should I get a brass or stainless steel pole?

Brass is a more porous metal and handles sweat the best. In saying that, Stainless is one of the most popular poles in humid areas. Less likely to tarnish, easy to clean, and great for building leg /arm wrist strength. If you do live in an area where your bike, your taps, your cars rust up – don’t go for chrome.

What pole finish is best?

To sum it up, if you are an absolute beginner looking to purchase your first pole and you don’t have a nickel allergy, Chrome finish poles are going to be your best bet, while those who do suffer from Nickel allergies would be advised to opt for a Stainless Steel pole.

What pole material is best?

Stainless steel – Most durable material. Best option if you have a nickel allergy.

  • Chrome – Most popular pole for studios and competitions. Works in different climates, especially in colder ones.
  • Brass – High grip.
  • Powder Coated – Maximum grip.
  • Which pole material is best?

    What size pole is best for beginners?

    Skinnier poles (38-40mm) are the opposite. They are easier to grip with hands for the beginner but may make sitting and leg tricks more painful or harder to learn. This is why 45 mm seems to have been chosen as the “happy medium” standard for the industry.

    Is a 40mm or 45mm pole better?

    A 40mm dance pole usually offers a better grasp for individuals with small hands. A 45mm pole is ideal for dancers with medium and large hands. The 40mm pole is less popular than the 45mm pole.

    How do you clean brass poles?

    Chrome, Stainless or Brass poles: we recommend you only use straight methylated spirits or acetone, both of which can be purchased at your local hardware store. Use this on a soft cloth and ensure you wipe down the pole thoroughly.

    What pole should I buy for pole dancing?

    Size: Poles come in three diameters – 50mm, 45mm and 40mm. If in doubt, go for 45mm as this is the new industry standard and the size found in most studios and at pole dancing competitions. If you have a small grip then you may find a 40mm pole more comfortable when gripping the pole.

    Is 40 or 45 mm pole better?

    The main difference between 40mm and 45mm pole is that while a 40mm pole is usually well-suited to individual dancers with small hands and overall stature, a 45mm pole is ideal for pole dancers with medium and large hands.