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Roberts

Model 10-480

Internet #100506917

750 lb. 120-Volt Dual Air Glider with Case

$554.71 /each

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Built with a 1.75 HP blower, the Roberts 750 lb. 120-Volt Dual Air Glider with Case uses hovercraft lifting principles to provide 750 lb. of lifting capacity. The glider can be used to move commercial, industrial and residential equipment, machinery and appliances without damaging floors.

  • Lightweight metal construction
  • 1.75 HP 120-Volt blower uses hovercraft principles to move heavy appliances, machinery, and equipment without damaging floors
  • Dual lifting platforms measure 8-1/2 in. x 36 in. each
  • 750 lb. load capacity
  • Motor output connector provides connector and air tube system strength
  • Includes a storage and carrying case
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What is the min and max clearance between appliance and glider base?

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The minimum looks to be roughly about 3/4", possibly just a shade under.
The maximum appears to be maybe 2", but that's just an eyeball-on guesstimate
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Ensure that the distance from the skid to the underisde of the appliance is not more than an inch You can use blocks of wood to fill the gap if you need to . The tighter the gap the better. You want around 2" clearance form the top of the appliance to the underside of the cabinetry or what ever is above so that the applaince can move easily out. After turning on the unit, simply pull back, rotating left Read More
Ensure that the distance from the skid to the underisde of the appliance is not more than an inch You can use blocks of wood to fill the gap if you need to . The tighter the gap the better. You want around 2" clearance form the top of the appliance to the underside of the cabinetry or what ever is above so that the applaince can move easily out. After turning on the unit, simply pull back, rotating left to right as needed and move the item. It's not difficult. Read Less
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August 21, 2014
Answer: 
Thank you for your inquiry.
The minimum clearance is ¼”, that is the thickness of the glider pads. When inflated it roughly rises to 1” to 1 ½” off the ground.
If you have any further questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665.
Thank you for your interest in our product.
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can this be used outdoors as well as indoors?

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June 17, 2012
Over blacktop surfaces? Is the material durable enough for rough surfaces?
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The air dolly needs a smooth surface to work on. The unit comes with tracks that you can place on carpet if you need to go over carpet. You might be able to use these on concrete if it isn't too rough. Generally, this is an indoor product or if push comes to shove, you could lay plywood outside and run it accross the plywood.
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I'd doubt that very rough blacktop surfaces would be smooth enough, however I used mine to move an appliance over carpet by using some cardboard over the carpet. Don't see why you couldn't do the same over blacktop.
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June 22, 2012
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If you are going to use the Dual Air Glider outside, I would suggest that you roll out a piece of 6 mil plastic and move it on that. I hope this helps, should you have any further questions please contact us. Thank you for choosing Roberts!
Roberts Customer Service #: (866) 435-8665
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How do you maneuver an appliance with the air glider?

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By the attached handle of your product or simply buy pushing and directing the appliance in direction you want it to go. Finally, how high will your product lift an appliance off the ground?
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It's not difficult.
You place the skids under the equipment ensuring that they are spaced as wide as possible for stability. Ensure that the distance from the skid to the underisde of the appliance is not more than an inch You can use blocks of wood to fill the gap if you need to . The tighter the gap the better. You want around 2" clearance form the top of the appliance to the underside of the cabinetry
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It's not difficult.
You place the skids under the equipment ensuring that they are spaced as wide as possible for stability. Ensure that the distance from the skid to the underisde of the appliance is not more than an inch You can use blocks of wood to fill the gap if you need to . The tighter the gap the better. You want around 2" clearance form the top of the appliance to the underside of the cabinetry or what ever is above so that the applaince can move easily out. After turning on the unit, simply pull back, rotating left to right as needed and move the item. It's not difficult.
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Thank you for your inquiry,
To maneuver the air glider you turn on the product and push the appliance you want to move. You don’t use the air glider handle, that is for transporting the air glider from job to job. The air glider will lift an a product to roughly 1” to 1 ½” off the ground.
If you have any further questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665.
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Thank you for your inquiry,
To maneuver the air glider you turn on the product and push the appliance you want to move. You don’t use the air glider handle, that is for transporting the air glider from job to job. The air glider will lift an a product to roughly 1” to 1 ½” off the ground.
If you have any further questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665.
Thank you for your interest in our product. Read Less
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Can this be used to go up a ramp to load on trailer?

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Thank you Rory.
Our Air Glider has not been tested for ramp usage so we cannot recommend or warranty our product for this use.
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by W O W !!! I didn't believe that this could actually lift our fridge out of the tight space in the cabinetry. In less than 15 seconds, the fridge was out and the floors (and my back) were unscathed. What a great product! August 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works like magic It really does turn moving a washer / dryer stack into a one-person job. I've got a GE set that periodically "walks" itself out of its position in the laundry room and this thing makes it a SNAP to move it back. It seems like a pricey item for simple "Homeowner" use, but it keeps getting cheaper every time I think about levering several hundred pounds of appliance back into place by myself :-) It's a blast to use, as well. It's a little like having a (very specific) superpower. June 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase This tool is priceless if you value not marring your wood floors or gauging your vinyl flooring. You can take a fridge full of food and single handedly move it from one part of the room to the other without it ever touching the floor. Your appliances glide easily on a cushion of air. Highly recommended. M February 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product I have used this lift over 30 times in the past 2 months to change appliance water lines. Its been great and the price was the best I could find!! December 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by floor and back saver The air glider is great tool. Having the need to move a stacking washer/dryer alone to access a scuttle door behind was unnerving having had a back injury.. The glider allowed the moving of the monster with little more than fingertip effort. The cushion of air protected an expensive marble tile installation as well. The need for a hard surface seemed to be a drawback, but it still worked well when I used some cardboard over a carpeted area for the glide of the appliance. June 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Air Dolly - invaluable! We purchased this because of brand new cherry floors that were installed before new cabinetry. The air dolly was invaluable with the setting full height pantry cabinets as well as all appliances without floor damage. This unit has saved the floors when we needed to get behind the refrigerator, and helped move stacked washer/dryer units to access plumbing without straining. We have even moved our piano and projection TV without any floor damage. It is not just for contractors! March 13, 2010
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It works Although a bit pricey, I can say that this works very well. I have a washer and dryer closet that just fits stacked full size units. However, there is no easy way to slide the appliances out and it is impossible to gain access to the back of them. These air sleds allow me to easily lift and slide them out all by myself with very little effort. I look forward to keeping this in my closet for many many years to come. May 28, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product is great This device makes moving appliances a dream. No more two man appliance moving. One man no worries, no damaged floors, happy customers. May 27, 2014
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