Without the Wanders Thermometer it's 7lbs 8oz. the 6'0" length.
Imagine the first PMF Ti version pushing 11 lbs with the steelbraid and splitter and all that heavy hardware.
A lil history for you Mikey and anyone you may try to fool into thinking I copied them.
Recall early PMF Ti...
My early version on the right.
They're later modifications below...
Took Greenglides 3 different glides to keep up with all the changes they made to that head.
If you buy from Lisa or me be sure to get version C.
I've made several improvements over the years to solve some of the problems with early versions.
Originally, there was a really small trigger valve hanger.
Several PMF wands I sold came back then had this hanger tear loose from fatigue of triggering. Here's Tom Monahan's wand...
It was only a year or so old when it happened to the PMF he got from me.
The big hole was from a local welder he'd trusted, unknowingly burned a hole trying to re-weld it.
Learn from this. Always make sure any welder you have weld on titanium is skilled at welding titanium. I repaired Tom's wand (a several others just like it) by installing a partial tube sleeve to cover the hole then installing my wraparound hanger over it all. Perfect still to this day.
I've always used wraparounds on my custom wands including my versions of PMFs.
Newer versions of PMF Ti also uses the wraparound style hanger; make sure to get the wraparound.
If you have one of the earlier version hangers my advise is to replace it immediately with a wraparound hanger. Ask me about the pdf I created to help you save your PMF Ti.
Here's another repair from earlier versions of PMF Ti. Hopefully,you won't have this problem as it is fixed in newer versions.
I always bought the bare version of PMF Ti and mounted my High Shear Kit to the studs PMF provided. These studs broke loose over time. The wander did his best to duct tape the break,
finally just sent the wand to me for repair. A weak weld on the right side begged a test of the left side ... ooops
the left bracket fell right off too.
I repaired the wand by drilling holes through the head where the welded studs had been and installing bolts through the head. Strong bolts through the head plus my high shear kit, back in business. This wand will never to fail again.
Yes, I have instructions to walk you through the repair if need be. I learned from this mistake as well.
MyTi has an all Titanium Arc bracket welded and man is it strong. I went at it with my angle grinder for a good 5 minutes and then some pliers and still could not tear the bracket loose. So I feel confident MyTi won't fail you here, ever.
Other improvements, well you can see them on all my custom wands, (top to bottom) the original Soft Touch (stainless not brass), not PMF's attempt at the Soft Touch, your choice of male or female QD, strainer, super light Parker thermalplastic supply line, evenflow spraybar, Wanders jets with jet screens and real Stubbys, (interesting to note that PMF buys 1,000s of my stubbys & jet screens yearly, the picture Mikey posted was a copycat Stubby, the point? he asks, Mikey the point is, you are the last person who should be evaluating the gear we use. YOU ARE PAID BY PEOPLE TOO LAME TO DEFEND THEMSELVES. PAID !) and finally custom Greenglide (slots, holes or hybrid). Btw, this glide isn't the greatest fit but good enough for govt buildings. I'll work to make it better. Just realize, I've probably bot & sold 300 to 400 of these glides from Lisa over the years and most guys call back a year or so later and buy another one so her glide couldn't be all that bad.
The MyTi is like the JoeValve, lots of years of real user input.
Evolution is a good thing.
Sorry if it hurts anybody's feelings but facts are facts.
The good news is that most of the problems are behind us.
In the coming year I hope to hear a bunch of wanders say it, "Me and MyTi, we breeze through the big jobs!"