|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 3.5 x 11.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||LD1000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||3|
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Shoulder Dolly 2-Person Lifting and Moving System
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- Frees hands/arms: The ShoulderDolly recognized the need for your arms to be unconstrained. The need for stabilization, opening doors, and overall balance is all attained with the ShoulderDolly
- The ShoulderDolly uses a one strap design to allow for exact placement of the lifting strap. This allows you to lift items when the weight is not centered
- The ShoulderDolly utilizes an adjustable tension buckle which allow for nearly unlimited increments of adjustment to whatever object you are carrying. Lift items up to 9' in length
- Differences in the height of movers are overcome due to the adjustability of the webbing through the buckle
- The ShoulderDolly won't make you any stronger than you are without it, but it is ergonomically designed to promote and facilitate proper lifting techniques.
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I give it only 4 stars because for the price the shoulder straps should be padded. It should also have clips or some mechanism to secure the extra strap so it is not a tripping hazard.
When going up and down stairs make sure you get the item lifted as high as possible.
Sounds great, right? The problem is, the main carrying strap -- the big 5" wide one that passes underneath the big object -- was too long. To perform our move, we had to fold that strap over and pass it through one of the two harnesses at double thickness. It worked, but it is NOT described in the manual.
Instead, the manual suggests that you contact the company to BUY MORE STRAPS of differing lengths if you face the situation we did. Gee, that's helpful advice to get when you open the package ready to perform a move. And where in this product listing does it mention the need for extra straps? Nowhere.
The strap included in this "Light Duty" kit is 12 feet long. If you follow the directions, you'll feed that strap once through each shoulder harness, and it will be gripped in place. And it does work like that.
But any excess will just hang down toward the ground. If you and your partner only need six feet of strap to pick up an object at an appropriate height, you will have three feet at each end dangling down. Who needs a big cloth strap around one's legs and feet, risking a trip?
By the way, I don't think you should worry about the size of this thing unless you're really small or really huge. Our lifting team is average in size, and the harnesses on us looked pretty much like they do in the photos here (and in the manual).Read more ›
But on flat ground, this dolly was a life saver.
The design of the product is farily simple but it could use some minor improvements:
1) Pad the part that goes near your neck - as others have mentioned it can get painful if you are wearing a t-shirt with your neck exposed
2) Change the color to orange - moving through hall ways and dark areas the black did not exactly stick out.
Other than that I really liked this product and for under $35 you really can't go wrong.
I moved my 23 year old daughter's things from her apartment including a 300 lb. entertainment center. My son (21 and thin) and I had no problem moving the entertainment center using the system and towards the end were looking for other things to move and interesting ways to use it.
Some specific comments:
1. The straps are adjustable and easy to adjust, since they are literally in front of you on your waist. So, if one person wants the product raised higher and is occupied doing something with his hands, the other person can adjust and "pick up the slack".
2. There is virtually no arm strain using the product, since you place the strap under whatever you're moving and instead use your leg/torso muscles to do the work.
3. The strap was long enough to allow us to go lengthwise on mattresses...which was a real benefit when trying to navigate a mattress through an apartment door.
4. We did FAR LESS DAMAGE to walls and other interior objects, since we were able to focus more on walls and less on lifting. That was a huge benefit.
All in all...this was one of the smartest purchases I've ever made.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worth every penny. My tiny wife and I moved our entire house, appliances included.Published 3 days ago by AMG
We bought these for our move. We could not maintain balance of the appliance with the straps, we could not easily adjust them, the instructions are horrible and this was a waste of... Read morePublished 5 days ago by ingvarda
This may be just my experience. Others may have better luck and may understand better how to use these. My wife and I used these to move a dryer which is not that heavy. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Consumer
I love it. Makes caring heavy s*** up stairs easier. Recommended for everyone to use when moving.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Just moved and it was a pain - the saving grace was this shoulder dolly. We moved heavy furniture and appliances and had a staircase as well. We made it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Greg Coltrin