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150 lbs. Capacity Folding Hand Truck

Small and mighty, our Folding Hand Truck lends a helping hand on moving day - or any day! It's compact and lightweight yet can carry up to 150 pounds! It features an easy-to-activate expanding handle - the wheels fold in for compact storage.

  • 150 pound capacity
  • Folds to 2" for storage
  • Bungee cord included
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150 lb. Capacity Folding Hand Truck

16" x 2" x 25-1/2" h

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$39.99 ea

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Excellent tool you must own I never thought a device like this could be so important. But it is. It is tough, compact and folds up nicely to fit in a closet. I went through half my recent move without one of these hand trucks and the second off was a breeze due to it. You and your back will not regret spending less than 50 bucks on such a useful item. February 22, 2014

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Does this work well with stairs?

5 months, 1 week ago
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This product is ideal for any moving situation, and can be used on stairs.
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While moving from one apartment to another, I was faced with having to navigate five stairs from the garage level to the elevator, and I decided against using the hand truck on them. The wheels aren't very large, so you'd find that you couldn't angle it back much at all, so you'd find yourself pulling it up more than back. You could try it, but because of the high angle, I'd say to be sure to use the bungee cord to keep the load in place. Also, whether it'll work well on stairs probably depends as much on the size of what you're hauling as the weight.
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