Lifting heavy bulky items at home or at work is a huge problem. When we want to move heavy bulky items, we can damage our health. moving carry straps developed to avoid this problem help us to carry heavy bulky items in our home or workplace and to protect our health. Below we list the best moving carry straps for you with their comments. We recommend that you review it before purchasing.
Shoulder Dolly - Furniture Lifting Straps
Ergonomic designed to promote and facilitate proper lifting techniques. Built with heavy-duty materials, the shoulderdolly can lift up to 800 lbs. Back pain and strain is avoided by ensuring proper lifting techniques and utilizing the body's strongest muscles, the legs and torso. Significantly reduces strain on arms and hands. Due to the seemingly unlimited adjustability of the strap through the buckle, users can move and lift heavy, bulky furniture easier than ever.
Customer Reviews Purchased
If I could give it six stars, I would. I had seen these before but poo pooed them off as "as seen on TV" items. Recently we decided to "upgrade" our LG fridge that we HATED, with a new 26' cubic foot, five door Whirlpool. In our house, the fridges work their way out the door via the laundry room where our 14 year old Amana counter depth model had been residing since buying the LG. So the Amana had to come out, and the LG had to be moved around the corner into the laundry room into the Amana's place. With just the two of us I was thinking "how the heck are we going to do this without killing ourselves or wrecking the floor"! I remembered these and thought "for this price, let's try it" So in waiting for Lowes to deliver the new whirly, the Shoulder Dolly arrived. First we tried it on a very heavy wooden wine cabinet (full of wine) WOW, piece of cake! Then the real test. We had to get the Amana out, over the threshold, and down that stupid step every garage seems to have and into the garage. We strapped these things on, put the strap under the fridge and LIFTED THE DANG THING RIGHT OFF THE FLOOR! It was a bit top heavy but once we figured out where to put our hands, we easily lifted it out the door and into the garage. Just the two of us. By this time Lowes had come and gone and our brand new Whirly was sitting in the garage and looked like Godzilla..Sh*t, are we going to be able to do this? Well moving the LG (I know, long story, get a glass of wine) turned out to be a nightmare. The fridge was wider than the laundry room door so we had to take all the doors off and the drawer out (it's a three door French door model with ice maker/water in the door) What a PITA that was. When it was delivered it came in the front door which is 36" wide. So we got it moved to the laundry, then were faced with the new one. So either remove all five doors to go through the laundry room, or take it all the way around the front of the house, up on the porch, over the threshold and into the house via the wide front door..Yep..That's what we did. I took every part that would come off from inside the fridge to lighten it a bit (I think the shipping weight is somewhere around 400 pounds) and we decided to lift the fridge and have my mom slide a piano dolly under it. So here we go..1, 2, 3, LIFT! up that monster went, and mom slid the dolly under it. We managed to wheel it all the way around the house without it falling off the dolly and killing one of us then we were faced with lifting it one step up on the porch. So now we had to lift it high enough to get the piano dolly out, sit it back down to recoup then lift it again up on the porch and through the door. Well that went fine. It BARELY fit through the door by less than 1/2" so we wrapped it to protect it. These things are amazing. I don't recommend everyone to go out and move a monster fridge with it, but my point is those videos you see are real. No styrofoam washing machines! I wish I had discovered these years ago. Would have saved a lot of back wear! I actually have a youtube video that my mom did of us getting it up on the porch. Wish I could post it here! Best I could do were screen shots of the video on my phone. There is no piano dolly under the fridge in these pictures, we are carrying it.
For the money these can't be beat. I've used them to move lots of furniture, including a gun safe. My girlfriend and I carried her washer and dryer down 3 flights of stairs with much less effort than using an appliance dolly. The one size fits all makes them a little uncomfortable, especially for women, but for the average person that only needs them on occasion they're great.
Forearm Furniture, Mattress Moving Straps
You can use the Forearm Forklift Lift and Movable Belts to Lift Furniture, White Goods, Mattresses or Heavy Objects up to 800 Pounds. One pair of polypropylene straps, ergonomically designed to encourage proper lifting techniques. Each strap is 9’ 4” (284.5 cm) long. They are adjustable up to 48” (122 cm) so you can easily carry small, medium, large and extra-large items.
Customer Reviews Purchased
I purchased two sets of Forearm Forklifts for an upcoming move. Because of the negative reviews complaining of fake product, I made sure to order "Ships from and sold by Amazon.com" so I would receive the real Forearm Forklifts. Anyway, as you can see, for some reason the fulfillment center sent me one real and one fake set of straps. (Like I wouldn't notice?)
If you order Forearm Forklifts from Amazon, even if it is "Ships from and sold by Amazon.com" and not a reseller, please check that it matches the specifications on the website (and in the video). Errors can be made when they fulfill and ship.
To Amazon's credit, they provided me a return shipping label to return the fake Forearm Forklifts with free shipping, and they are sending me another real set overnight.
I gave the product 5 stars because the real product is very well made and works great.