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    AndrewR is offline Senior Member
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    I've got 3 and spent a small fortune getting them to Australia (they work out to about $650 each). They've been worth every cent. Every time someone comes by for an event like an HKC or a one off session and they get to play on them i always get the same questions - where did you get it and can I buy one of yours?

    The company were great to deal with and from my initial phone call to having all 3 on my door step was 10 days - not bad for a delivery to Australia AND clear customs. Very easy to deal with and a top quality product. I'm not sure about in the US but there's nothing local here that even compares.

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    Chris F. is offline Senior Member
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    I'll second that! They are an excellent company with superior customer service! I can't recommend them or their products enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikeman1444 View Post
    Have any of you guys used the trapeze?
    I have one (a trapeze) and like it a lot, but it's really apples & oranges. I bought the trapeze because I wanted something I could easily take down, put up, and travel with. If you want something fixed, go with the TAPS. Also, unless they've changed the design, no way are you going to be able to hang full length from the trapeze, unless you put it up on blocks, and then you might as well get the taps if you have the money.
    Jason Ginsberg, RKC2, LAc
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    Spikeman1444 is offline Senior Member
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    Thank you all for the responses. I think I'm going to go for the TAPS. I've heard good things about the Trapeze Elite XL which is a 92 inch version I think. The reason I'm choosing the TAPS is because I plan on keeping it in place for a long time and want to be confident I can hang fully extended.

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    Consider comparing the price for an Iron Mind Command Chinning Bar around $390 vs the Taps about $440. I have the IMCCB and I have to stand on a couple of flagstones in order to grasp the bar. I am 5 foot 9 inches and hang off the bar without my feet touching the ground with a few inches to spare. My IMCCB has been out on my back patio fully exposed to the weather for 3 years. Rain, snow, heat. And this was without me weather proofing the system ( I should do this but I got lazy but do plan on doing so forthwith - You know I weather proof all my ham radio antennas so why not my pullup station too?) TAPS is a good system - and I would have gotten the TAPS, but then I came across the Iron Mind brand and picked that. Just giving you another option..Dennis

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