The nights are drawing in earlier and the weather is getting colder, it must be nearly Christmas!
To make sure you can get all your X-POLE goodies in time for the festive season, we want to share our last shipping dates for Christmas.
EUROPEAN PARCELS (including Northern and Southern Ireland)
X-Poles last guaranteed shipping date (subject to stock availability) for single parcels to arrive for pre-Christmas delivery is Monday 18th December. Please ensure all orders are received and fully paid prior to 12pm Midday on Monday 18th December 2017.
Single parcels for Norway and Switzerland need to be ordered and paid for no later than Midday Thursday December 7th for dispatch in time for Christmas.
X-Poles last guaranteed UK shipping date (subject to stock availability) for single parcels to arrive for pre-Christmas delivery is Wednesday 20th December. Please ensure all orders are received and fully paid prior to 12pm Midday Wednesday December 20th 2017.
EUROPEAN PALLET ORDERS
X-Poles last guaranteed European pre-Christmas shipping date (subject to stock availability) for pallets is Wednesday 6th December. Please ensure all orders are received prior to 12pm Midday Wednesday December 6th 2017.
For more local countries - Holland, Belgium, France and Germany the latest shipping date is Monday 11th December. Please ensure all orders are received prior to 12pm Midday Monday December 11th 2017.
COLLECTION FROM TML WAREHOUSE
The last day that products can be collected from our warehouse is Thursday 21st December 2017 up until 16:00.
CHRISTMAS OPENING TIMES
Please note that the X-Pole offices will be closed from Midday on Friday 22nd December 2017 – 9.00am Tuesday 2nd January 2018.
No orders will be processed during this time however please still e-mail any orders or enquiries and these will be dealt with on our return.
As always, technical support can be found on our YouTube Channel
All of the above dates will be met in normal transport conditions; any unforeseen circumstances may affect the transit times, for which X-POLE cannot accept responsibility.
We are proud to announce our association with the upcoming International Pole Camp, due to be held in Bibione, Italy, from 23/09 – 01/10. This will be the fifth edition of the International Pole Camp.
From April 06–09 2017, we took part in one of the largest sports and fitness shows in Europe, FIBO, in Cologne, Germany and during our time at the show, we unveiled multiple new products, including; The Home Mount, The LYRAPOLE, The X-FLY Flying Pole, The Aerial Cube and X-LOCK, our amazing new static and spinning mechanism for XPERT poles and X-STAGES, which requires no tools.
This weekend past, the UK Professional Pole Championships (PPC) took place at The International Centre, Telford. The UK PPC is the first competition in the UK to give professional pole athletes and dancers the opportunity to compete against their peers through three professional categories; Instructor, Professional, and Elite.
Prague, Czech republic played host to the inaugural Pole Theatre World Championships this month past, with over 44 competitors from across the globe competing for the honour of being crowned a champion in their respected division, and also for the coveted overall winner accolade.
The inaugural Hot Circus experience, held at Le Zebre De Belleville, Paris, took place this month past (September 3), with the goal of showcasing the sensual and erotic side of Pole performance and art. In my humble opinion, they achieved and far exceeded this goal.
On a beautiful Sunday in July, The Venue in Milton Keynes played host to the Heir To The Chrome competition, featuring talent from across the spectrum, from performer to professional and everything in between.
“Steel or Chrome;” it’s a question a lot of Polers ask themselves when selecting their first pole. Our UK Marketing Manager, Joey, writes a short blog to help you make what may be one of the most important decisions of your pole journey.
This weekend past, Croatian capital Zagreb played host to the European Pole Art Show Championship, as a sponsor of this magical and visually astounding event, X-POLE were in attendance, here's our run down of how it played out.
After arriving slightly bleary eyed at 2:00am local time, snatching a power nap for an hour or two, we were on site working with the European Pole Art Show Championship event organiser, Ingrid Jerak of Studio I fame. A warm welcome and a quick confab later, we set to work.