As a professional window cleaner, you know that time is money and your window cleaning supplies have the ability to either make you money or lose it. Triple Crown is proud to make these fully detachable hip buckets that easily separate from your tool belt, without the hassle of taking off your belt at all. This belt bucket makes it easy to quickly move from window to window with your cleaning solution, squeegee, and washer right by your side. They are designed with three squeegee compartments and one washer compartment. Your hip bucket holds your window cleaning essentials and it is important to get the best hip bucket that fits your needs. Triple Crown hip buckets have a string on the bottom of the bucket that attaches to your leg to minimize the amount of swashing water which becomes crucial to upholding good customer relationships. We put a lot of effort into the details such as adding feet that allow for you to stand this hip bucket on the ground without it falling over and making it able to be used on either the left or right side. With all of that, it's still one of the least expensive hip buckets on the market. While the fully detachable version of the Triple Crown Hip Bucket falls lower on your leg than some other hip buckets, you'll find that this hip bucket is a must have with any professional window cleaner that is serious about saving time and making money. For those that prefer a belt bucket that sits higher, consider the Triple Crown Semi-Detachable Hip Bucket.
Please note that the color option YELLOW has been discontinued as of 12/4/2020.
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Hangs too low
I owned a previous version of this hip bucket. Loved it. They changed something and now it hangs about 2 inches lower than the previous version. TOO low. Not ergonomic, more fatigue. Look elsewhere until they fix this version.
A Good Sturdy Bucket!
These buckets have been standard issue to our employees for 5 years now. They last an impressive 3 years with daily use! At that point we usually find the nylon webbing needs to be reinforced because the thread holding the loops together is unraveling, or else the rivets have broken off the bucket. We keep a 12-inch squeegee in the forward compartment, an 18-inch squeegee in the middle compartment, and a 6-inch channel (no handle) in the rear compartment. This works perfectly for our crew! Great for right or left-handed window washers.
great for the price
Ive been using these for years and they are just consistent. they usually produce about 20K in route before they crack in the colder months or the loop lets go in the summer months and double $$$ that if used for strictly residential.
This is the best hip bucket I have tried, but unfortunately that's damning by faint praise. It's the best of a bad lot. First, the bucket hangs too low. I had a customer who is a cobbler adjust the length of the strap on his heavy duty sewing machine. Second, the 3 slots are nice, but you can only use the first two of them if you use wide channel squeegees. The back one will jam up against the handle of the middle one. Finally, will somebody PLEASE make a hip bucket that will properly accommodate a 24" squeegee? Simply extending the middle squeegee slot to the bottom of the hip bucket would do the trick and help out the growing number of window cleaners who have realized that you can work a whole lot faster fanning a window with a 24" squeegee than you can with an 18" squeegee.
Thinner than the pulex and the pulex fits sorbo better. I noticed after revisiting that it does say that on the listing. Anyhow I'll be buying the pulex unless they improve this design.
Needs an adjustable belt loop
This bucket hangs too low, the belt loop needs to be adjustable. Also the leg strap is annoying
Great for a newbie
I bought 4 of these due to the price. You get what you pay for. The sewing on the strap came apart after 2 months of use. Had to go to my local upholstery shop and have it fixed. Save your money and but the other blue one. I gave the other 2 away as part of a gift pack. Just my honest review
I've been using this for years. Holds your tools nicely. I do wish that there was an option to have it not hang so low from your belt. Also, the rivets break when going through bushes so I drill them out and use a nut and bolt. Other than that it works great
No worries climing a ladder with this hip bucket
I ordered this due to the amount of time spent on a ladder inside the church sanctuary and outside the church building. Now my hands are free and all my tools are accessible. You won't regret this handy tool.
Nice and handy
Keeps your tools close, great value.
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