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The #1 Professional Grade Exercise/Dance Pole on the market! The X-Pole Sport is stationary, the X-Pole X-Pert is both stationary and spinning, bottom-loading, and features the revolutionary X-Joint! With the X-Pole Sport’s unique adjuster system, you can expand and fully lock the pole in position without ever leaving the ground!
BOTTOM LOADING - No ladder needed to adjust height. You can expand and fully lock the pole into positions without ever leaving the ground.
X-JOINT TECHNOLOGY - Metal tube that expands & contracts to hold pole pieces together instead of threads. This increases pole stability & eliminates the possibility of stuck pole pieces.
The X-Pole contains all the parts needed for ceiling heights of 7ft 4in to 9ft. Additional extensions are available for higher ceilings. See height chart below.
The X-Pole Sport (NS) contains:
SPINNING & STATIONARY POLE
The X-Pert (NX) set contains:
What is the difference in pole finishes (metals)?
Brass - polished, solid brass tubing, enhanced grip
Titanium Gold - electronically coated to enhance grip
Chrome - most popular & best for general use
Stainless Steel - polished, best for those with sensitive skin
What is the difference in pole diameters (thickness)?
40mm (1.5in) - slimmest pole yet and great for small hands
45mm (1.75in) - easy to grip with your hands and used in worldwide competitions
50mm (2in) - the old standard, easy to grip for leg inversions
Posted by sasha on 17th Sep 2014
Wish I would have gotten the 50mm instead of 45 but cannot complain otherwise! Easy to set up and switch from spinning to non whenever I feel like it. I'm getting super fit :]
Posted by Mari on 12th Jul 2014
I have to say that this pole change my life since the first moment I saw it! I never thought it could be so big! Is the first time in my life I see a pole, I was totally impressed by it! Easy to install, great price, great quality! Everything's perfect, I totally recommend this pole!!!!
Posted by Marce on 25th Jun 2014
Love the pole super easy to install and switch from spin to static. Also very sturdy!
Posted by Unknown on 30th Jan 2014
Totally professional and sturdy! Easy to assemble and adjust. I really couldn't have asked for or found a better pole. Yay! I am very happy with this purchase.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Feb 2013
Fast delivery, simple setup, absolutely the best engineering out there for Polers. I love the pole even more than I imagined.
Posted by Amy on 11th Dec 2012
I am a very petite woman, I ordered a 45 mm xpole. I am quite satisfied with the construction. I use my pole every day for fitness. The poe is very sturdy and great for my small hands.
Posted by Marquette Mike on 27th Mar 2012
I purchased the 50mm chrome Xpert pole and was extremely impressed. I was able to mount it in my apartment without damaging my ceiling. It was sort of a guessing game with the big dome as to whether i was centered or not but it's apparently good enough so far. The only issue I had was the first time I set it to spin. I had been using it static for a week and decided to try something new. I went in for a fireman spin just to test it and dislodged the pole. It didn't do any damage to my ceiling but I had to re-center my pole and i learned that i could give the pole several more twists, so make sure you have you're pole really tight. Also I'm 6' tall and 240lbs, so if you are a bigger person this is what you want.
Posted by Tara on 11th Mar 2011
Choose the X-POLE XPERT if you want to identify with the best. For smaller hands or maintaining a tighter grip, go with a 45mm pole.
Posted by Lindsay on 10th Mar 2011
X-Pole makes some awesome poles!! I have a 50mm in chrome. It is very high quality, sturdy and super easy to put up and take down. Also being able to get one that has static and spinner all in one is great. I absolutely love mine and if I were to buy another it would definitely be an X-Pole again. They have even come out with a vaulted/permanent mount now which was the only thing that I ever had an issue with. So now it is just perfect.
Posted by Bing on 6th Mar 2011
I purchased the Xpert X-pole about 2 weeks ago and haven't regretted it for a moment. It was recommended by the teachers at the studio where I take classes because of the versatility of the spin and standard mode and the easy installation.
I was able to use a youtube video to help get it set up in just a few minutes. It is very sturdy and have been able to practice my climbs and tricks in complete confidence.
If you are looking for a great way to boost your confidence and your pole dancing skills - the Xpert X Pole is the way to go!
Posted by Leen D on 4th Mar 2011
I love this pole as it was recommended to me by friends and the studio I study at, XPolesitions. I have the Chrome XPert. It's easy to install with one other person and the directions are easy to follow. Mine has been installed for several months and I occasionally check it for alignment. With proper installation and care, it has never damaged my ceiling or floors and I am confident doing as many tricks or spins as I need to. For reference, I am a 5'3" 125 lb woman and I have it installed in a standard 8' room. I never received scratches from the pole. Buy with confidence!
Posted by Kim on 4th Mar 2011
As a beginner Pole enthusiast, I wanted to get a pole for home use and practice. I didn't want some cheap pole that would collapse, wreck my ceiling, or worse- cause me to injur myself. After a lot of research, I decided on the X-Pole Xpert in Chrome 50mm. It was pricey, but absolutely worth it. It was easy to set up (there's a YouTube video on it) and take down. Plus it didn't damage our ceiling (old house) and worked well on carpet. Just be sure to set up the x-joints as instructed because I have heard that damage/injury could occur if they are not properly expanded. The studio I go to uses Platinum Stage poles and, while the grip is nice, the bottom of the pole is cased in a plastic shaft that starts to peel after a while. A couple of us have gotten scratches from it. No such injury with the X-Pole! Plus, the X-Pole Xpert goes from spinning to static with the adjustment of a couple screws. Really easy and fast.
If you're going to buy a pole, make it an X-Pole. You won't regret it.
Posted by LA China Doll on 19th Feb 2010
The X-pole is really the industry standard. It is portable and relatively easy to set up. Unlike cheaper poles that work like "shower curtain rods" (spring-loaded...scary!) or that you have to install permanently by drilling holes into your ceiling (although you CAN do that with the X-pole), the X-pole stays securely in place with friction. I love the fact that it comes in two widths. For those ladies with small hands, like me, the 45mm one makes a noticeable difference in your grip--I don't get hand cramps anymore like I did with the 50mm. One of the best things about the X-pole is that it can operate in both spinning and stationary (meaning you have to spin around the pole completely of your own force) modes. I personally like to learn new moves stationary first until I get used to the position, and then switch to spinning. The fact that you can change the height with extensions is great for you apartment renters! Also, in comparing this pole to the Flirty Girl Fitness Pole, the FGF one doesn’t spin, only comes in the 2 inch (over 50mm) width, needs to be drilled in place with a ceiling hook, and can only extend to 10 feet vs X-pole’s 12+ feet.
Posted by Claire Ravenscraft on 28th Dec 2009
I love that the X Pole has two diameters so that people with smaller hands (like me) can grasp the pole firmly. I also like that it comes in two finishes and that it can be a static or spinning pole. I would love to have this pole in the Titanium Gold; I have been saving up for one for a while, so hopefully I will be able to purchase one soon!
Posted by enrgist on 10th Dec 2009
The versatility alone makes this pole incomparable. For those who like options. You have found it here. As a dance pole, it IS dependable and sturdy. For those sporting rigorous movement this pole will support you! I speak from experience - I have taken a few poles down mid performance. Also, X pole comes complete with the tools you need to put it together. (Though you'll need a measuring tape, studfinder, leveler and additional release tools) Concerned about your furnishings? X pole will not leave a mark! It has a rubber ring both on top/bottom preventing the metal from scraping surfaces. Which brings me to the portable option of X Pole, up or down, you can move the pole according to your needs. Want to take it to go? Pole sufficiently comes apart in manageable pieces, along with carrying case for optimum transportation. It's two poles in one. You can change the pole from static or spinning with just a simple tightening/loosening of screws. Which reminds me, for ladies considering this option you don't need to be "handy saavy" to install.. tho you'll need a helper. Need X Pole to be taller/shorter? You can purchase extensions/remove pieces to achieve your required height. Frankly, X Pole is genius.. an engineer would agree. Personally, I’m eyeing the X Pole stage. (A stage pole requiring no weights – tell me more!)
Posted by enrgist on 10th Dec 2009
The versatility alone makes this pole incomparable. For those who like options. You have found it here. As a dance pole, it IS dependable and sturdy. For those sporting rigorous movement this pole will support you! I speak from experience - I have taken a few poles down mid performance. Also, X pole comes complete with the tools you need to put it together. (Though you'll need a measuring tape, studfinder, leveler and additional release tools) Concerned about your furnishings? X pole will not leave a mark! It has a rubber ring both on top/bottom preventing the metal from scraping surfaces. Which brings me to the portable option of X Pole, up or down, you can move the pole according to your needs. Want to take it to go? Pole sufficiently comes apart in manageable pieces, along with carrying case for optimum transportation. It's two poles in one. You can change the pole from static or spinning with just a simple tightening/loosening of screws. Which reminds me, for ladies considering this option you don't need to be "handy saavy" to install.. tho you'll need a helper. Frankly, X Pole is genius.. an engineer would agree. Personally, I’m eyeing the X Pole stage. (A stage pole requiring no weights – tell me more!)
Posted by Megan on 1st Dec 2009
Played on one of the X-Poles at my sisters house, they were by far the best pole dancing pole I've been on. I love how they can be either static or spinning, and come in a smaller size that fits my hand better! Totally on my christmas wish list!
Posted by Moni on 20th Nov 2009
I cannot wait to buy my new Chrome pole
Posted by Sarah Monday on 12th Sep 2009
This is the best pole out there! I love mine to bits x
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