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The Unger Ninja handle is a popular handle that features an ergonomic rubber grip and unique quick release mechanism.
Posted by Dave on 10th Sep 2014
Unger seems to have gotten this one right. I have tried Sorbo and Ettore wide body handles over the years and they are inferior as they tend to break easily (Sorbo's quick release button) (Ettore's handle near the swivel screw and bolt). I use both Ninja and Sorbo channels with this handle. Hope Unger plans on making a wide body zero degree.
Posted by Adam L. on 1st Feb 2013
Great handle. Nice to the hand. Not overly wrapped with the Ninja channel. The end clips are too bulky & unclipped when I wiped my channel. Some window cleaners replace the Ninja channel with a Sorbo channel & highly rate it. I think this is what I am going to try.
Posted by Janet on 25th Aug 2012
I do like the ninja although it takes a little getting used to if you have been using a metal squeegee for a long time. One thing I have a problem with is closing out the window. It doesn't stay tight against the edge of the window. It wish it fit a little snigger at the ends. I love the quick release handle. And I love how easy it is to change the blade. It is great to not have to deal with those metal clips.
Posted by Unknown on 30th Jul 2012
I use Ninja handle daily. It's my favorite handle other than Ledgers. Feels great and love the rubber grip.
Posted by Aloha on 4th Apr 2012
I bought this because it had a great look and I thought I might be able to use different rubber than just the T style. The handle feels great but the rubber keeps falling out because the catches at the end can not take the rigors of real world abuse. Also if you angle a lot like I do then the screw wears out to fast. Good for home-owners but NOT pros!
Posted by Mark on 13th Jul 2011
Purchased the Ninja recently and have to say it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. Just purchased another. Has every feature you could have ever hoped for. They definitely did their homework on this one. Why didn't someone invent this end-clip system years ago? Good job Unger.