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Shepherd Hardware Move-It 9442 12-Inch Steel Tri-Dolly, 300-lb Load Capacity, 12 Inch, Black

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Description

  • 300-lb Load Capacity
  • 12" steel tri-dolly
  • 1-7/8" polyolefin wheels with steel bearings
  • can be used indoors or outdoors
  • Low profile design adds mobility to loads of all sizes

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Customer Reviews

This product is not for hardwood floors.This product is not for hardwood floors. I used it to move a china cabinet from one end of the room to the other. I ruined my hard wood floor as a result. The product rolls very well. But the design of the hard rubber/plastic wheels presents a sharp apex / crest at the point that touches the floor. You are therefore left with indent streak across the floor where you rolled the rollers. Otherwise, it works to move things around. I wished they would have designed the wheels to sit flat on the floor to prevent such a problem.1Needed them to move a pianoFantastic product. I purchased three of these to help me move a 600-lb baby grand piano. It worked so well, we left them permanently under the piano. Well worth the price.5They work, but the details slipped by me. Great deal for the price.These pocket dollies are tiny! There are no bearings for the wheels. The hole at the center of the plastic wheel is the surface the axle rides on. FYI....the wheel outside diameter is 1.25" or 32mm. The center surface for the load is 2.75" or 70mm at the largest point of load contact. It's made from stamped and formed sheet metal (well designed for strength). Rough to push with a load....but it worked. I'd be willing to pay 4 the amount if it had wheel bearings. The swivel casters have ball bearings as you would expect.4Not really for moving, very limited functionality These are very slippery. Particularly on carpet, they tend to get stuck while moving or especially when resuming motion, and then the heavy object being moved tends to have one leg slide off of the stuck caster and continue forward without it. Thus kept happening, at least 10 times, while moving a heavy shelving unit out of an apartment and into another.The wheels are also exactly small enough to fall into the crack between an elevator and the current floor, which instantly causes the same problem described above except usually on two legs at once.To fix the slipping, I coated them heavily with rubber spray and then actually taped them thoroughly to each leg of the next object being moved.To fix the jamming issue I manually lifted them up under the legs and did one leg at a time, to stop them from getting stuck getting onto elevators and similar.They work fine if you are just rolling an object around on smooth hardwood, stone, enamel, or properly treated level smooth concrete flooring. They work poorly on carpet. They work very poorly crossing into elevators or rolling over any gaps or bumps at all, including ordinary sidewalk joints and loading ramps while loading a moving truck.Use these in one room of your house. Do not use them for moving. 3Not About the Product!Unfortunately, since AZN doesn't provide way of submitting feedback on overall product shipping, including the notoriously substandard Amazon packaging, we have to submit that feedback (poor packaging) on this channel. Nonetheless, this item still warrants a negative rating since these are made in China (shame on you Shepherd; charge 100% more for an item, mfr it in the USA -- even Germany, the U.K., or HEY, the Philippines! -- and provide that as an option if most of us, consumers, are too stingy to provide fellow U.S. citizens -- or, again, U.K. Germany -- with jobs by paying a little more; fyi, love the Chinese people, strongly "dislike" the Chinese communist gvt).Regarding reliability, durability overall long-term quality, it isn't possible to provide positive, higher ratings for these tri-dollies since we haven't had sufficient time (6 months or more) to put these through adequate field tests, the "acid tests."Regardless, AZN has been and continues to be the worst consumer fulfillment "dis"organization with reference to adequate packaging. Although these tri-dollies are made of metal, with plastic wheels, they were shipped in a carton that was (IS!) probably too large, with some air-pillows thrown in for appearances only, the dollies banging and thrashing around inside the carton, throughout the entire shipment. Good thing the job for these dollies isn't appearance-related (cosmetics not important), otherwise damage to the finish on these dollies could've very easily occurred.Again, no way of providing public feedback ("reviews") on Amazon's typically lousy, subpar packaging, therefore that feedback has been submitted here.1Move-It Tri-Dolly 6-InchRefers to: Move-It Tri-Dolly 6-InchPROS:-------I put 4 of these on each corner of a piece of 40" x 30" plywood and put a 250 lb-ish table on top of that. I then moved the table around into place without any screeching sounds, slippage, grinding, etc.Before using these I tried another competing 6" tri-dolly style with bigger wheels and ball bearings and things didn't work out at all, so I really appreciate that these worked out.CONS / CAVEATS:--------------------This was on a concrete floor. If this was on a hardwood floor I would pay more for professional moving tools, if not moving help entirely. I suspect we could do more damage to a hardwood floor than save in moving expenses with mini tri-dollies. One slip and you have metal edge on wood. With small wheels you also have surface compression with far more force than larger soft-ish wheels used by movers.Within the realm of little tri-dollies these don't work as well as the $10+ ones I've used in the past, of course, so pushing the table around wasn't quick and smooth, but for infrequent use these were a great value. They worked.Also, I suspect the 200 lbs carrying capacity estimate might not hold up in real world conditions. I doubt these four could support 800 lbs. and it still move, but I don't really know. However, 250 lbs or so doesn't appear to be a problem.In case you are wondering I used these instead of a nice cart because I wanted the table to be easily moved around storage longer-term since it was blocking things. Also the space under the table and on top of the plywood became usable storage area.Regards,Neil4nice sturdy metal build, but not good wheelsA very sturdy metal bracket-design is gimped by tiny 1-inch wheels. Even without any load, the 6-inch version rolls poorly, and the swivels occasionally get stuck in the wrong direction.These wheels are not the kind of casters you find on chairs or carts, instead they're a simple axle design-- the metal shaft transfers the weight directly to the wheel (as pictured). So under load, you'll be trying to overcome that friction/gravity combination AND get the one inch wheel to move over bumps, through carpet, etc. It's a strange (poor) choice for an otherwise sound design.I was hoping to use a pair or more of these to make it easier to move furniture around my house solo. But these tiny wheels will be next to useless on carpet or under heavy load. Don't bother unless you need to only make short movements on a perfectly flat surface.3Saved MeWe have a pool table in our unfinished basement which we have now decided to finish. Rather than taking the table apart or lifting it with three or four people every time we need to get around it, we simply lifted it on these wheels.We've had the table on the wheels for about two full weeks and it has been great. They glide very easily over the concrete and you can move the entire table with one hand now.We can still play pool while it's on the wheels but just need to be careful not to lean on the table. It moves that easily.5May be good for much lighter loads...Liked most: They're really inexpensive. Liked least: They lasted about 10 sec. with a load well within the "200" lb. limit--then hit a crack in a (soft pine) floor and buckled. Useless. Probably fine if you reinterpret "200" as "less than 100" pounds...1Don't buy unless you have smooth concrete level surface. Wheels too small, leg retaining cup too shallow. Would not deal with 1/4inch wood flooring inconsistencies. Needs wheels 3 times larger and retention at least 1" deep to hold legs in as wheels tip or get hung on edges! Very useless item! 1Stronger than reviews would have you believe!We had an old 6 + Craftsman sheet metal workbench in the basement that was heavier than lead (due to the 2 1/2 thick particle board top) that had no casters and could barely be moved. So I shopped for cup casters and rectangular shaft casters and could find none that would fit inside the legs or that could be bolted securely to the bottom of the legs.So I began to shop for alternatives to casters.I finally found, and decided on these 3 wheel mover s dollies.Several reviews said that they wouldn t take heavy loads or roll across rough surfaces without collapsing.Granted, we weren t moving a grand piano, but I had to use an 8 2x4 as a lever, placed width vertical just beneath the work bench s upper Frame, and across a section of industrial scaffolding which I used as fulcrum to lift the front of the bench a great enough distance so that my wife could slide the dollies under each leg.It took every bit of strength pressing down on that lever to lift the front of the work bench while my wife put the dollies, first under one front leg and then the other. The process was repeated for the rear legs.I would estimate the weight of the entire work bench at around 500-600 pounds or around 150lbs. Per Dolly.Not only did the dollies support the weight of the bench, but it allowed us to Roll it very easily across a rough concrete floor, we were amazed! We could have spun it in circles with one hand!These casters were worth every penny !5Makes moving a piano a breezeI had to move a 600 pound baby grand piano across the room. I got three of these dollies rated at 300 pounds each. I figured a total rating of 900 pounds would be safe for a 600 pound piano. They didn t flex at all when I slowly lowered each leg on its dolly. I was able to move the piano with one hand after putting it on the dollies.5
Shepherd Hardware Move-It 9442 12-Inch Steel Tri-Dolly, 300-lb Load Capacity, 12 Inch, Black

Shepherd Hardware Move-It 9442 12-Inch Steel Tri-Dolly, 300-lb Load Capacity, 12 Inch, Black

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 107.00
Sale price
NZ$ 107.00
Regular price
NZ$ 176.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (NZ$ 69.00)