- Hand truck to move boxes or other heavy items; loop handle and two 7" wheels fold flat for storage or transport
- Made of aluminum, which weighs less than steel and is resistant to rust and corrosion
- Loop handle can be gripped in different places for comfort and convenience
- Measures 42-1/2 x 19 x 13-1/2 inches unfolded (H x W x D) and 31 x 18-1/2 x 2-1/2 inches folded
- Weighs 11.5 pounds; has load capacity of 275 pounds
RWM Casters FW-90C Aluminum Foldaway Hand Truck with Loop Handle, Blue, 275 lbs Load Capacity, 42-1/2" Height, 19" Width X 13-1/2" Depth
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||RWM Casters|
|Load Capacity||275 pounds|
|Item Depth||13-1/2 inches|
|Maximum Height||42.5 inches|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||42-1/2 inches|
|Overall Width||19 inches|
|Wheel Diameter||7 inches|
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The RWM Casters FW-90C aluminum foldaway hand truck can be used to move boxes or other heavy items, and its loop handle and two 7" wheels fold flat for storage or transport. The hand cart is made of aluminum, which weighs less than steel and is resistant to rust and corrosion. The loop handle can be gripped in different places for comfort and convenience and extends to 38" high. The truck includes an elastic cord to help secure transported items. When unfolded, the hand truck measures 42-1/2 x 19 x 13-1/2 inches (H x W x D). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from the front of the toe plate to the back of it.) When folded, this product measures 31 x 18-1/2 x 3 inches (H x W x D). The hand truck weighs 11.5 pounds and has a load capacity of 275 pounds.
Hand trucks, also known as two-wheeled dollies, are used to transport heavy or bulky items, especially in commercial product distribution and delivery. Hand trucks are L-shaped, with handles at the top, two wheels at the bottom, and a small platform that touches the ground when the truck is upright. A load is placed on the platform and the truck is tilted back, balancing the weight over the wheels. Powered hand trucks have a platform that lifts the load up, or lowers it down, to reduce human labor. Some hand trucks may be convertible to platform trucks for moving large or cumbersome loads. Others fold flat for storage.
RWM Casters manufactures casters, wheels, and material handling products for automotive assembly, aerospace, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1988 and headquartered in Gastonia, NC, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 9001.
Top Customer Reviews
However, quite a few of the connections at the base are plastic and as I work my way down or up stairs, it flexes way more than I feel it should. I am worried about the durability. (Hope I'm wrong.)
We're also skeptical about the footplate snapping off with a quick yank of the handle
with some actual load (250 pounds?) on the cart.
This one is is going back for return.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a piece of junk since the new manufacturer bought the plan. However these wheels themselves are better than the same garbage cart under the name MilwaukeePublished 2 months ago by Trevor C. Laquatra
Piece of junk. It is hard to balance and after few uses the button to open broke now it will not extend the legs so it is of no use.Published 6 months ago by Michael C.
I am really surprised how sturdy this thing is. Used it to move a number of really large and heavy appliances without any trouble.Published 9 months ago by EricV
The handle does not go high enough and it does not open up like when new and I have not used it muchPublished 11 months ago by Chris Naylor
It works great for hauling computers and printer all around town. I carry it in my car it is very handy and light weightPublished 15 months ago by M. Finley