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Shoulder Dolly LD1000 2-Person Lifting and Moving System

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  • Reduces strain and risk of injury to the low back
  • Makes moving large/bulky objects much easier
  • Takes up very little space, fit it behind your seat
  • Eliminates floor damage
  • Reduces hand and forearm strain
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Shoulder Dolly LD1000 2-Person Lifting and Moving System + Forearm Forklift Lifting and Moving Straps, Orange, Model L74995CN + Forearm Forklift Extension Strap, Model EXT
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number SHOULDERDOLLY-DOLLIES
Item Weight3.3 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 9 x 4 inches
OriginImported (China)
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Item model numberLD1000
SizeFits All
ColorBlack
Item Package Quantity1
Certificationcertified frustration-free
  
Additional Information
ASINB00022749Q
Best Sellers Rank #773 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 4, 2004
  
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Shoulder dolly makes moving large/bulky objects much easier. It significantly reduces strain and risk of injury to the low back, keeps object off of the ground and eliminates floor damage---save your back, reduce damage to floors, doorjams, and walls.

Product Description

Shoulder Dolly Light Duty gives you a hand in moving the heavy stuff--and reduces back, arm, and hand strain. You're looking at a 2-person harness, webbing and buckle system designed by a professional mover to ease the burden of lifting heavy and bulky objects. Shoulder Dolly lets 2 movers lift in an upright position instead of bending over, so they use shoulder and leg muscles instead of their backs, hands, biceps, and forearms. Both movers slip into their harnesses, adjust webbing for differences in their heights and the weight of the object, place webbing under the object, and lift. Movin' on up: Recommended weight capacity up to 400 pounds. Encourages safe lifting techniques and reduces injury risk. Eliminates damage caused by hand trucks and traditional dollies--no more marring walls, floors, doors, and furniture. Increases efficiency. Superior to systems that utilize stronger muscles to bear weight. Excellent for going up and down staircases. Weighs 4 pounds.

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I highly recommend this item for moving heavy, bulky furniture.
C. Ali
Everyone who tried it said "where do I get one, I will not move heavy furniture without it ! " Highly recommended.
DMVM
The Shoulder Dolly makes moving large objects much easier than just using your hands.
Cathleen Daly

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145 of 149 people found the following review helpful By DMVM on June 8, 2005
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I used the Shoulder Dolly system to help my son and his family move. At first there was a lot of resistance to the new gadget, but by the 3rd heavy walnut chest of drawers, it was get the "strappie thing" and let's move this beast. A simple system that works extremely well. Lift with your legs/thighs and carry the weight evenly across your shoulders and not your arms and biceps. Everyone who tried it said "where do I get one, I will not move heavy furniture without it ! " Highly recommended. Follow Up: (Sept '05) bought my second set, my son would not give up the set he used to move with. I will not move furniture without one again !
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101 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Brendan Billingsley on June 1, 2007
Used this to haul a very heavy TV out of the basement (which we had to slide down the stairs it was so heavy). Worked great. Also moved all our furniture. We didn't have it for the move out but bought it before we moved back in and the different was huge. Makes going around corners or up and down stairs much easier.

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.
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294 of 322 people found the following review helpful By amanooensis on June 15, 2008
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We were able to use this product successfully to move a heavy TV set. When we first got the TV, we moved it "by hand" and one of us got a bad muscle strain when the TV started slipping out of our grasp. This time, with the Shoulder Dolly, we were able to move it across a room, out a door, down four steps, and set it on the ground, without much trouble.

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).
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By M. Cabrera on December 21, 2006
When I first saw "shoulder dolly" in an Ad, I told my husband we needed it! I'm only 5'1" and 105lbs, so my ability to carry heavy objects is pretty much non-existent. My husband said don't waste our money, it'll never work. So far...we've moved 2 big sofa's, 1 big chest of drawers, a washing machine and a big big old fashioned heavy TV (that we go rid of). We also recently purchased a sofa and saved ourselves $85 in delivery fees. I love this item and my husband is now a believer.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 28, 2007
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The shoulder dolly is definitely a bonus when moving heavy furniture. The problem is moving up and down stairs. It was on the verge of being dangerous moving heavy objects up or down the stairs because there is not enough clearance for your legs. Therefore, the person higher up on the stairs has to straddle the object being carried which is difficult since there isn't much room to do so. We tried lifting the objects higher, but the person lower on the stairs then has a face full of furniture and really has to hold it with their head!

But on flat ground, this dolly was a life saver.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Project Guy on January 24, 2008
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I bought both the Shoulder Dolly and Forearm Forklift and decided to keep the Shoulder Dolly and return the Forearm Forklift. This enabled me and the wife to move some heavy furniture down stairs.

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.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Pohlcat on September 6, 2005
I purchased the Shoulder Dolly because I was moving with my 65" big screen TV. Movers wanted me to pay $270 just to move the TV across town, and that was only partly insured!! Believe me, without the Shoulder Dolly, I couldn't have moved the TV without professional help.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J.G.Baker on July 6, 2008
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The shoulder dolly (SD) works just like it claims to! We just moved my mother-in-law from a house to a second floor apartment with just my husband and I using the SD. My husband is 55 and I'm 44 years old.

The SD worked great manuevering on the staircase that included a 180 degree turn in the middle of the stairs. I liked having the freedom to use my hands/arms to open doors and turn the objects we were carrying to manuever thru doors/stairs.

I fully expected to be sore the next day, but neither my husband or I felt even a twinge in our backs, legs, or arms. My neck was a little stiff was all. I do not recommend someone with bad knees hauling heavy items because it does put a lot of strain on your knees as most of the power of lifting an object is coming from your legs.

The one 'con' I have to list is that there is no padding on the shoulder straps. If you don't have your t-shirt pulled up next to the edge, I found they would rub on your neck. For heavy objects, I slid a couple 'knee pads' under the shoulder straps to give my a little cushion and keep the straps from rubbing my skin.

I am so impressed with this product, I have been telling everyone in I talk to about the SD. I even bought a second SD and gave to my brother-in-law who is getting ready to move. It is very durable, simple to use, and does what it claims. Two thumbs up!
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