You all right guys, Dan here from SIA Property Services. I'm just doing a quick review on the Monument Bender. I've heard a lot of good things about it. As a bathroom installer, well, kitchen and bathroom installer, I don't do a great deal of pipe bending and stuff. It's often just small alterations. I get in a right mess, like probably a lot of people who don't do it day in, day out, with conventional benders. Getting your angles right, getting your bends right. I was intrigued to have a go at this one. First things about it, the size. I mean, conventional benders, you're in a room and you're trying to twist and turn and stuff. Yeah, we all know how much of a faff they are.
These ones, sit in there, clip in there and off you go. You've got markings on the side for your angles and just in case it's a Saturday morning job, they've thought of everything. Saturday morning, Friday night out on the beer, you've got no strength in you. You can even get the handle extenders, just in case you're feeling a little bit week on a Saturday morning for a friends job. Couple of handle extenders, obviously they do the 22mm as well. This is literally the first time, I've just taken it out of the box, first time using it and it's so simple. So simple, so easy, well made. I've heard a few people say, oh well what about the Former, it's plastic whatever, but it's replaceable.
All in, it's a super simple, super easy, convenient bit of kit that comfortably fits in your tool bag. It's not a big clunky thing. You're not going to lose the Former. How many times have we all done that? All in, does what it says on the tin. Ask for Monument because it's a cracking bit of kit. Anyone who's got any doubts if it's worth it, straight out of the box I think it's worth it. Give it a blast. Cheers Tool Talk for sending it over to me. Yeah, I appreciate it. It's a cracking bit of kit.