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Discuss Best knee pads at UK Plumbers Forums; A yeh I always wear snickers workwear. Comfy knee pads fitted in trouser. Only prob is they get a bit sweaty in the summer...
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    A yeh I always wear snickers workwear. Comfy knee pads fitted in trouser. Only prob is they get a bit sweaty in the summer

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    Forgot all about this mate got them right here if you still want them? PM me your address and I'll have them sent over to you.

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    I use scruffs knee pads - comfy, lasting and cheap!!!
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    Do not use red backs they are twosh
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    Was using the foam type pads and seriously thought I might have to change job as I was getting real bad aches and pain then I tried the red backs and at first found them to be big, bulky and heavy plus the honeycomb was uncomfortable after awhile but 6 months later I have no pain in the knees and the uncomfortable honeycomb is ok, gotta say I haven`t tried any others though.

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    I'd recommend the new snickers d3o knee pads! They've nailed kneepads, no more nails through my knees!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpm View Post
    Was using the foam type pads and seriously thought I might have to change job as I was getting real bad aches and pain then I tried the red backs and at first found them to be big, bulky and heavy plus the honeycomb was uncomfortable after awhile but 6 months later I have no pain in the knees and the uncomfortable honeycomb is ok, gotta say I haven`t tried any others though.
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    Another vote for d30 bloom in lovely.

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    Redbacks for me.

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    Gave my redbacks away
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    I like the Red Backs but they are heavy!

    got a free set when I got some Englberts.....like having shoe boxes over your knees!

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    Being a larger chap and not exactly kind on my body during my younger years my knees are shot! Used to sit on the edge of the bed in the morning and build up to being able to stand as my knees were stiff as a steel rod with rigamortis. Been wearing floor layers for the last 6months following reviews from the forum and after 2 weeks I was able to stand straight up in the mornings! 6months on one knee pad has lost its stitching on one corner that holds the bean bag stuffs in place but they still work fine and protect as well as they did the day I got them and that's the same pair worn 6 days a week

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