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Thinking about buying a dance pole? Confused about your options? Your Pole Pal wants to help you find the dance pole that's best for you!
If you've been doing some research, you may already have a general idea of what type of pole you want. Or, you might be more confused than when you started your search! After all, there are quite a few choices available nowadays, and it can be really hard to find detailed information and reviews that aren't disguised as sales pitches.
That's why Your Pole Pal promises to provide only honest, detailed dance pole reviews that are as objective as possible.
After all, no one dance pole is ideal for everyone, and you're smart enough to make your own decision...IF you have all the information you need.
Three of the major brands that Your Pole Pal has reviewed so far have earned a "thumbs up." But rather than just give you a list of which poles she likes, Your Pole Pal has gone one step further.
She's tested each pole personally, from unpacking and installation to spins and inversions. And her findings are written up in detail, complete with plenty of photos and commentary.
You can get the inside scoop on any of these poles below. Just click each link to read a detailed review of that company's products, customer service, and much more. Your Pole Pal sincerely hopes you find these dance pole reviews helpful as you prepare to purchase your very own pole!
MiPole is a relative newcomer, and is competing heavily on price. Nonetheless, Your Pole Pal found it to be a sturdy, quality product backed by excellent customer service. This pole is worth checking out, especially if you're on a tight budget.
XPole scored very highly in Your Pole Pal's review. Especially if you're looking for a platform pole or a portable model with lots of options, you might want to check out what XPole has to offer.
Lil Mynx is Your Pole Pal's overall top pick, for a number of reasons. From
the wide variety of models available, to quick shipping times and
outstanding customer service, Lil Mynx scored top marks
Each of the detailed reviews above covers:
A quality dance pole is a big purchase, so it pays to do some
homework to find your best option. A little time invested in research
now will pay big dividends once your pole arrives, as you'll be
assured that you made the right decision for your specific needs.
Below you'll find links to reviews of the dance poles Your Pole Pal does NOT recommend. These are included because a review doesn't necessarily mean a recommendation. Or at least, it shouldn't. Simply put, if a particular pole or company fails to impress, Your Pole Pal won't recommend it.
Unfortunately, Platinum Stages didn't earn a recommendation, for a variety of reasons. Click here if you'd like to find out why.
The Peekaboo Pole and Electra Pole are two others Your Pole Pal doesn't recommend for serious students. These are not professional quality, and are not intended to handle weight bearing moves such as spins, climbs and inversions.
More details on these poles, plus additional reviews, are coming soon!