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The Gorilla Gripper provides maximum grip and lift leverage to safely carry drywall, plywood and cumbersome sheet goods. Reduce the stress on and potential injuries to fingers, hands, wrists and back. The aluminum gripper plates and their rubber pads clamp the sheet materials securely when you lift them and the comfort handle grip cushions your hand. Has a thickness capacity of 3/8" to 1 3/8". Made in USA.
The Gorilla Gripper is a unique construction tool that allows one person to lift and carry heavy sheet goods (such as plywood, drywall, particleboard, melamine, tempered glass and granite) from the top, with much less strain and greatly reduced risk of injury to the back, neck, shoulders, arms & hands! The gripper works by clamping onto the top of the material, creating a sturdy temporary handle for the person who is carrying them. It allows the user to lift and move them with a straight back, eliminating the requirement of bending over to get under the bottom, thus avoiding the torqued back and the aches and pains that are far too familiar to construction workers and do-it-yourselfers. It's made of aircraft-grade aluminum, very rugged and virtually indestructible. It is continuously self-adjusting from 3/8-inch to 1-1/8-inch. Rubber gripping pads mounted on both plates protect the surfaces of the materials from being damaged or marred. There's just nothing like the Gorilla Gripper...it works!
I purchased this to move 3/8" plywood. It advertises that it works on 3/8" and thicker. Not true! Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Seely
I gave this review some time, it like it looked like a good idea, but God forbid if you are carrying anything heavy and the panel touches the ground, this gripper will release it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by S/s
This thing does what it says. It allows me to move full sheets of 3/4 plywood relatively easily (they are heavy and this ain't gonna change that!). Read morePublished 3 months ago by jsa