Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 162
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lovestopaint Couldn't have done it without them!
Our purchase of two of the Milwaukee1000 lb. Capacity Furniture Dolly was the only way that we could have moved our 800 lb. refrigerated pastry display case to our soon-to-open small, family bakery. We needed two of them to balance the six-ft. long case. (This photo shows the case stored in our garage prior to moving into the store this past week). We used the dollies for other equipment, as well. This dolly is a great value and made very sturdy - especially important, since we're starting this business on money that we've saved and not with any loans, so EVERY penny counts!! Great product! It more than paid for itself in one use. Thank you.
July 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by psc Just what we needed.
We needed these dollies for an unconventional use -- a live action game of hungry hungry hippos with teens lying down on them with a laundry basket out in front to snag balloons and a rope attached for their team mates to pull them back after they had been shoved into the center of the room. We ended up using them to move boxes and boxes of donated food down a long hallway and they work well for the old fashioned uses as well.
July 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LosRubios Effortless way to move a 360lb cast iron bath tub
We're remodeling our bathroom and bought a cast iron drop-in soaker tub that weighs around 360lbs and is 5' long and 36" wide. This dolly was more than up to the task of making the job of moving it through our home into the bathroom a very straightforward task, even with the bath in the vertical position to get through narrow 28" doorways.
We used a 2" heavy duty cargo strap to strap the dolly onto the end of the bath where the drain and overflow are and then flipped the tub on its end. Once on the wheels the tub became very easy to move and we were able to navigate it through our front door and around a very tight 90 degree angle in our hallway to get the bath into the bathroom. The fact that the wheels rotate 360 degrees make it very easy to maneuver around in tight spaces and we avoided any gouges or scrapes in our walls or door frames.
We put some plywood panels down to protect our wood floor as the dolly wheels are plastic and the dolly wheels didn't bind up once we were on carpet.
Once inside the bathroom the dolly was also very useful for sliding the tub in and out of the shower/tub niche while we framed the walls - it was possible for one person to do this by tilting the tub and sliding the dolly partly under the tub. The 360 degree swivel on the wheels again came in handy here while navigating the tub into the niche that had about 1/4" to spare between the tub edge and the framing.
The dolly is very durable, lightweight for its capacity and has a convenient carry handle.
April 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WildMuffins Can't manage without them!
Keep finding uses for these and buying more. All the loose storage containers in my basement have been on dollies since hurricane Irene - now they're super easy to move and elevated off the floor. I also secure a window air conditioner to one of these, attached an old luggage strap, and haul the darn thing up and down the staircases to/from the second floor. Works great!
December 31, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by aa292 Well worth it
No problem in moving several awkward pieces of furniture as well as my upright piano!.
November 10, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DanO Worked Great!
Bought this Dolly to move a large cabinet around that I was painting. Worked great! Carpeted rails provided enough protection and grip to keep the cabinet in place. Multi-directional wheels made movement easy. Effective design.
April 14, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by coyote well built dolly
dolly is light and mobile, with care it will serve for many uses and years.
August 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ranfters Very solid, easy to manuever and yet surprisingly light.
I had a bunch of stacked lumber that needed to be moved about a storage space. I used a dolly near each end to raise my stack off the floor. A tie down later to keep things from shifting and the pile that was a hassle to work around was easily repositioned out of the way as many times as needed.
August 6, 2015