Studio affordable pole dance poleProfessional Grade Home Pole Fitness Dance Kit

  • One Professional 45mm Removable Chrome Dance Pole
  • Instant Access to Beginner Pole Dancing Lessons A $47.00 VALUE – FREE! (digitally delivered).
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  • PROFESSIONAL GRADE QUALITY – BRAND NEW, never used.  Whether you are a beginner or professional pole dancer, this pole is produced with the highest standards to bring you the best pole experience onaffordable portable dance pole reduced the market featuring high quality – easy grip chrome, smooth advanced bearings, extra wide dome, articulating base, screw together joints, and all metal parts.  The 45mm Fitness Poles strength and rigidity are maintained by using deeper screw joints and thick metal tube construction. Tested and tried in VPE pole fitness studios.
  • SUPERIOR FEATURES:  Chrome that won’t chip off after use, thick metal that won’t bend during inverting, bearings that won’t stop spinning and freeze after a few short months, extra thick rubber to protect surfaces and stop slippage, etc,   …. this pole is built with lasting quality.
  • 45mm (1.75in) CHROME – easy to grip with your hands and used in worldwide competitions.
  • SPINNING & STATIONARY –  Easy Lock on Base for both spinning and static modes.
  • WEIGHT LIMIT: 440lbs
  • ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT – As with all Fitness Poles, the new 45mm contains all the parts needed for a dance pole ceiling height from 7’4″ (88″ or 2235mm) to 9′ (108″ or 2745mmGo here for available extensions >>
  • REMOVABLE & PORTABLE – this pole is quick and easy to install and its clean, ergonomic design looks great in any location.  Kit installs on flat ceilings.  Vaulted ceiling mount is purchased separately.
  • INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND TOOL KIT –  comes complete with everything for a day to day remove and installation.

For Installation Instruction Click Here. Items required for installation but not supplied: Tape measure, ladders and optional stud finder to locate joists. (Stud finders are available for under $20.00 at any hardware store)

FREE Online Pole Dancing Lessons

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You will get Instant Access to Beginner Online Video Lessons - A $47 VALUE - FREE!

In these lessons you will learn basic pole moves, spins, trick as well as dance stretches, toning exercises and a pole dance routine. The pole dance routine is broken down into individual easy to follow lessons!

You will be dancing in no time flat!

"go to They have a good noname brand pole. I just got mine last week. It's really sturdy and it can change from static to spinning with 2 little screws. i love mine so far! I ordered mine when it was on sale. It may still be on sale and it ships super fast plus you get access to a free months of online pole tutorials where it teaches you all kinds of spins, grips, techniques, and routines!."

- Denise Davis

Affordable Home Pole Dance Kit Summary –

  1. Beginner Pole Dancing LessonsA $47 VALUE – FREE! (Delivered via Online)home pole dance kit with free online pole dancing lessons
  2. One Sturdy & Affordable Removable 45mm Dance Pole
  3. Warranty – click here for details.
  • No ceiling fixings required!                                                                   
  • Takes minutes to assemble!                                              
  • Screw together for strength and stability
  • Fully removable and portable
  • Pole Size45mm (1.75in)
  • Spin or StaticSpin (Locks for static mode)
  • Ceiling Height7’4″-9′ (2235-2745mm)


$189.99  (free shipping USA – $40 for Canada)

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  • Megan

    Reply Reply February 18, 2014

    I weigh 210lbs..
    Will the pole hold my weight

    • Danna

      Reply Reply February 18, 2014

      440 lbs is the weight limit when installed correctly.

  • Megan

    Reply Reply February 18, 2014

    Am I able to put it on my popcorn ceiling?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply February 18, 2014

      Yes, I did in my first studio – HOWEVER – please know that is will ruin the popcorn texture on the ceiling. I WILL leave a visible ring where the dome was.

      I patched the texture when I removed my poles.

      Also, it must be tightened very well if you choose to do this 🙂

      Hope that helps.

  • Megan

    Reply Reply February 18, 2014

    I’m just worried that because I have big hands and thighs ..I ll have trouble doing tricks and sitting on the pole..I use to have a 50mm never tried the 45

    • Danna

      Reply Reply February 19, 2014

      Yah I totally understand …. it’s tough to say which will be better for you, it’s really personal preference. I teach a full-figured pole dance class (most of them are over 200 lbs) and all my bigger girls love the 45mm off brand pole. On the flip side, they have never experienced the 50mm like you have. The smaller pole is designed to improve your grip. That’s why they started making the 40mm.

  • Alee

    Reply Reply April 15, 2014

    Are the no name poles still available!!?? I want to order one now, but want to be sure it’s still available.

    • Danna

      Reply Reply April 15, 2014

      Yes, it’s just the X Poles that are out of stock till May 1st 2014

  • Trese

    Reply Reply April 16, 2014

    Im so excited about this pole. Order today and I was wonder would it be difficult for me to dance if im not in shape?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply April 17, 2014

      The better shape you are in, the easier it is to pole dance. However, there are pole dance lessons for all fitness levels that are included in your pole purchase. I have many girls that are out of shapes mothers who come to class to get their strength back, lose weight and find some “me time”. They love it and I am sure you will too. Pole will get you in shape and if you are in shape, it can challenge your body to the next level.

  • Andrea

    Reply Reply April 21, 2014

    What is the name of the ” no name” brand pole you sell???

    • Danna

      Reply Reply April 30, 2014

      There is no name, that’s why it is a no-name brand.

  • Andrea

    Reply Reply April 21, 2014

    I would like to try to avoid ruining my popcorn ceiling. Would you say it would be safe to put a board or something between the pole and ceiling to keep from leaving a ring?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply April 30, 2014

      Unfortunately there in no real way to prevent damaging a popcorn ceiling. I have used these poles on a popcorn ceiling and it will leave a ring. I chose to patch the area it damaged with new texture (which you can get in a spray can at Ace by the way). Using a board will smash the popcorn texture flat and you will still notice where the pole was when you take it down.

  • Gina

    Reply Reply April 30, 2014

    I’ve been looking into getting a pole for a few months now and just need to do it! I was wondering if this pole is made more for hard wood floor or carpet? From my research the lil mynx seems to be the only one specifically designed for carpeted floors, the rest would require a pad I think. I’m so afraid of inverting on a pole and it falling over. What is your recommendation?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply April 30, 2014

      Both will work perfectly on carpet or hardwood floor. I have used them both myself on both surfaces 🙂

      • becky

        Reply Reply March 29, 2015

        What about ties?

        • Danna

          Reply Reply March 30, 2015

          Ties???? Please Clarify 🙂

  • Meg

    Reply Reply May 5, 2014

    Does the no name pole have the sliding part that needs screws like you had mentioned in one of your YouTube videos?

  • lauren

    Reply Reply June 24, 2014

    I have ceilings that are almost 11 ft high….are there extensions I can purchase for this pole?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply July 4, 2014

      The affordable pole will not got that high, I highly recommend that you use an X Pole, it will easily adapt to that height, you will need a 750mm extension in addition to your original pole purchase. I do sell extensions if you need me to help you place an order.

  • Bree

    Reply Reply July 3, 2014

    How long does the sale go for the Professional Grade Home Pole Fitness Dance Kit at the price of 179.99 ?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply July 9, 2014

      It will be on sale through the end of July 🙂

  • Julie

    Reply Reply July 16, 2014

    I was wondering how long does it take to ship?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply July 18, 2014

      A week or less. I have had customers get their pole in 2 business days flat! It depends on where you live 🙂

  • Maria

    Reply Reply July 23, 2014

    Can this fit ten foot ceilings?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply July 24, 2014

      9 ft is the max for this pole. It is possible to get a main pole extension to fit your ceiling and make it work, but I don’t sell those extensions for this pole. Anytime anyone needs a pole taller than 9 ft, I recommend the X Pole. They are built with more extension options in mind.

  • Kristen

    Reply Reply August 21, 2014

    Ok, I am a college student living on the second floor of a cheap apartment. I keep having this scary image in my head of me ripping out my ceiling! Is this something I should be worried about? I am very interested in purchasing one but keep putting if off due to the fear of destroying my apartment.

    • Danna

      Reply Reply August 21, 2014

      These poles are very strong and put a tremendous amount of pressure between the floor and ceiling. While a normal installation will not damage the ceiling, it is always possible, especially if you don’t hit a stud in the installation. I would find a friend who knows about construction, one who could look at the ceiling for you and help you decide whether installing a pole there is a wise decision. Good luck doll!

  • Syfii

    Reply Reply October 6, 2014

    What pole would you think is best to use for concrete ceilings? Or would this pole be okay to use?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply October 7, 2014

      Any of the poles will work fine for a concrete ceiling 🙂

      thanks! Danna

  • Jessie

    Reply Reply October 8, 2014

    Can i install this pole on concrete floors?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply October 8, 2014

      Yes maam 🙂

  • marie

    Reply Reply October 24, 2014

    Im in need of another connection piece for my pole. I think the ceiling is 9.5″ not sure what size ill need. I brought my pole from you for $189. Just wanted to know how much extra parts are?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply October 25, 2014

      Yes you would need a 125mm to reach 5 inches above 9 feet. A 250mm would be better through just in case you ever need to go a bit higher. The extra extensions price vary between $25 and $45 plus shipping depending on which one you order.

  • Alexane

    Reply Reply October 25, 2014

    Hi ! I was wondering if the pole would be stable enough for a 8’11” ceiling ?
    thank you! 🙂

    • Danna

      Reply Reply October 25, 2014

      Yes absolutely 🙂

  • keyonna

    Reply Reply November 14, 2014

    Can this pole be put up without mounting it to a stud. I just want to be able to put it up quickly like the x pole and not have to do any extra work

    • Danna

      Reply Reply November 14, 2014

      I don’t recommend that because if you don’t put it below a ceiling joist then it’s not safe and could damage the ceiling – so will the X-Pole for that matter. They both apply pressure between the ceiling and floor. They both are suitable for inverting and for that reason can put a great deal of pressure on the ceiling and floor.

      As far as “ease” of installation they are both easily put up and down quickly. The X-Pole is a little quicker because the adjustments are done at the bottom of the pole whereas the affordable pole adjustments are done at the top of the pole. Once you get the hang of the installation process, you can get either pole up or down in under 10 minutes. Thanks!

  • Racquel Jones

    Reply Reply November 20, 2014

    Hello there! I watched your “How to choose a pole fitness dance pole” video (most useful video I’ve seen on this topic) and I was wondering if the No Brand pole on this site fits all the criteria of a good pole as mentioned in that video (thick metal, rubber bases, etc). Also, would the pole be steady if place on carpet? If not, is there a very cheap floor cover I could buy and what would that be? And do you ever put the No Brand pole on sale– perhaps a black friday sale? Thanks for reading all my questions, I want to make sure I make the right decision!

    • Danna

      Reply Reply November 24, 2014

      Hello there! The No brand I sell does fit ALL the criteria I discuss in my video including, good bearings that won’t freeze up after 6 months, extra thick and soft rubber in both the dome and base, chrome that won’t chip off during use, thick metal that won’t bend when inverting and so on.

      The pole is very steady in carpet, I have used it on carpet myself many times.

      We are undecided about a black friday sale right now, we do put it on sale a couple times of year. Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and like us on Facebook so you don’t miss those coupon codes when they do come out.

  • Ashley

    Reply Reply December 4, 2014

    So this one is safe for all the tricks and spins? I’ve had bad luck with poles. I can’t ever find a decent one that doesn’t scare me lol.

    • Danna

      Reply Reply December 5, 2014

      Hi Ashley! yes it is safe, I have been inverting on it now for over 4 years with no problems. You have a right to be scared, there are alot of no brand poles out there that look alike, but they are not built the same. I have had cheap poles bend on me, the chrome chip off and cut me, the bearings freeze up within a month’s use, and so on .. so I understand your fears. No worries here though, it’s the best one I have found so far and if there were problems everything is covered with a warranty.

  • Hawley

    Reply Reply December 5, 2014

    Hey my pôle should be here tomorrow. Was just wondering how wide the dome is

    • Danna

      Reply Reply December 5, 2014

      Hi Hawley, the affordable no brand pole you bought is 15 1/2″ wide – so it the X-pole dome.

  • Alexane

    Reply Reply December 9, 2014

    Hi! I bought from your site the no-brand pole about 1-2 months ago and I realized just now that I didn’t receive any code or anything (at least I don’t think so…) in order to benefit from your online lessons! Could you tell me how to access them?

    Thank you!

    P.s.: The pole is amazing, exactly as expected 🙂 love it!

  • Hercilda

    Reply Reply December 19, 2014

    And it comes with a case? And for vaulted ceilings is that separate? I want to purchase this pole

    • Danna

      Reply Reply December 21, 2014

      It does not come with a case right now, HOWEVER, that is a brand new feature we plan to offer VERY soon. Our manufacturer is in the process of adding the bag to the pole as we speak. I should have the first poles available in the next 2 weeks (goal is by January 1st of 2014). I plan to add the bag to the pole for no additional cost if I can. The vaulted ceiling mount is separate and you can get one here:


  • Michael O'Reilly

    Reply Reply December 25, 2014

    So I see now, after ordering my pole, that you don’t recommend trying to extend it. Would it be at all safe to use both the 125mm and 250mm together to get a full extra foot? Or would you just recommend 250mm as the highest to go for safety? I’ve got multiple options for space to install it, but it would be ideal to have it as high as it can reasonably go without being an X pole. I’m building a platform to go under it to make up the extra height difference, but the lower I can keep that the better. 🙂 Thanks for your advice!

    • Danna

      Reply Reply December 28, 2014

      Yes that is perfectly fine, many people do that and I have ZERO reported problems using both extensions together. I just always recommend that people use the largest possible extension, for example: rather than using two 125mm’s I would recommend using 1 250mm instead so there is one less joint 🙂 The ultimate goal is to create the best height for your home while creating the least amount of joints. It doesn’t matter what brand (or no brand) you buy, that recommendation is a standard across the board. Hope that helps!

  • Kristi

    Reply Reply February 8, 2015

    Hello! You mentioned above that the affordable pole would be shipping with the case soon. Is that in stock now? Also, do you plan on running a sale anytime soon?

    • Danna

      Reply Reply February 10, 2015

      Hi Kristi 🙂 We have not been able to get the pole paired with a bag in a “kit” yet, still working on it. However we do have a separate bag you can purchase for it here: Also, I don’t have plans for a sale anytime soon, however they are very spontaneous so please subscribe to my newsletter so you get notified of any sale 🙂

  • Betina reinhardt

    Reply Reply March 9, 2015

    Hello, I have a few questions and I just need some clarification. The extenders you sell are only for the xpole or can the extenders be used for the no name brand as well? Is this correct? My ceiling is 9′ 6″, also, what about the vaulted ceiling mount, is this for the no name brand pole or only for the xpole? Thank you very much I really look forward to pole dancing!

    • Danna

      Reply Reply March 11, 2015

      Hi Betina, the extension for the no brand pole will not work for the X Pole, they are entirely different poles and not made the same. The X Pole has X Joints and the No Brand Pole screws together.

      You would need an extension to get the X Pole or The Affordable No Brand Pole to fit a 9’6″ ceiling. The Vaulted ceiling mount can work with the Affordable No Brand Pole. It was made and designed for X Poles only, however I have customers who have used the X Pole ceiling mount with their No Brand Pole and done just fine with it.

      Hope that helps!


  • Jerin

    Reply Reply September 17, 2015

    Are the affordable no brand poles still available?

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