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Panel Carry - Orange

  • Makes it easy to carry large panels of wood safely
  • Easy-grip handle offers incredible comfort
  • The ideal combination of effectiveness and affordability
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Product Overview

Panel carry designed to make easy work of hauling large wood panels

Makes Easy Work of Carrying Large Panels

The thoughtful design of this panel carry allows for the easy hauling of large wood panels around a jobsite.

Panel carry designed with comfort-grip handles

Comfort-Grip Handles

Curved handles are designed to fit the hand comfortably, making this tool easy to hold.

This handy Stanley Panel Carry enables 1 person to haul plywood, wallboard, drywall and other sheet materials on the job site. The orange tool is lightweight and highly visible. Angled handle keeps hands away from panel.
  • Enables 1 person to more easily carry sheet materials
  • Great for moving wallboard and plywood
  • Durable plastic construction
  • High-visibility orange
  • Weighs less than 1 lb.

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Hand Tool Type
Primary Use
To assist in carrying drywall or paneling
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Questions & Answers


What is the maximum weight (in pounds) that this panel-carry tool can handle?

Asked by Pat September 7, 2020

I have carried 2 - 4' x 8' sheets of 5/8" plywood; however, mostly I just carry 1 sheet at a time. So, whatever that weight is. I have probably moved 40 - 50 sheets of plywood with it. That's for multiple projects, over a year's time.

What was the accompanying video even for? Was the product even in there at all?

Asked by Doods9 June 5, 2020

I understand your question. Nowadays it often happens that manufacturers make "brand" videos that talk about the company name while completely ignoring any salient facts about the item itself. I find this annoying. Whenever I see that type of brand video, I exercise the chance to vote it down or "un-helpful" whenever possible. The entire point of providing information is to help customers make good choices. "Branding" only makes unreasonable emotional attachment to brand names. And in today's world of mega-conglomerates, where almost all great tool brand-names were purchased, then had their reputations ruined by cheap overseas labor, branding is even more useless. So, although I don't know the exact video you saw, it is very likely you saw one that made no mention of this product, but only talked about the NAME. If you want your question to have some positive benefit, I suggest you write a quick email to company headquarters, addressed to the marketing department. If enough consumers tell companies we do not appreciate these branding videos, then they will start to pay attention.

2 part question, first how do these work going down stairs and what is the load limit on these?

Asked by ehovi April 3, 2020

I've not tried carrying anything downstairs with this, but it depends on your ability to get up and downstairs and the room that exists. If you can carry sheet goods with this you might be able to do so. I can only carry one piece of dry wall or plywood sheet at a time with this.

Can you use this to carry drywall upstairs?

Asked by RT March 9, 2020


where is this product made?

Asked by JimOh April 13, 2019

These are made in several facilities, mostly along the Asian rim: Most are now made in China, although I have seen some with the CoO mark from Taiwan, Vietnam and Israel.

can it carry a sheet of plywood

Asked by boggie May 2, 2018

Not by itself. Uhhh that is what it was designed for!! If your're exceptionally talented you can carry drywall too.

Can this tool carry two pieces of 5/8 thick drywall?

Asked by PW October 3, 2017

I wouldn't recommend it, it made carrying on sheet of 1/2 inch managable, but I think 2 would be more than you want to tackle.

Do you ship to Australia? If so what cost for 2 ?

Asked by Phil September 26, 2017


What is it made of?

Asked by Billy June 1, 2017

Durable- and ridged thick plactic

What this is excellent for js taking your Jeep Doors off! :)

Asked by JeepGirl510 April 30, 2016

Although these are mainly for carrying sheet goods, removing Jeep doors is another clever use of this item. My son has a Jeep and he uses this for his doors too! ;-)

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 324 reviews
  • 98% recommend this product
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Excellent product. Moved 14 sheets of with ease.
Excellent product. Moved 14 sheets of with ease.
by Tom
Works great, I am 5'7 this allows me to carry large panels without having to bend all the way dow...
Works great, I am 5'7 this allows me to carry large panels without having to bend all the way down. I used this with a 3/4" 4 'x8 ' sheet of plywood. I had the board vertical but placed it horizontally in the car. With the panel carry I was able to still maintain a hold on it when I changed the orientation. I like the fact that you can keep it on the carry when you place it down, so that it does not touch the ground
by SmokedNeckbones
2 people found this helpful
I had 3 guys who met me out at the house and helped me carry in 230 sheets of drywall, 200 12ft s...
I had 3 guys who met me out at the house and helped me carry in 230 sheets of drywall, 200 12ft sheets, and 30 8ft sheets. I had ran to Home Depot and got 3 of these Panel Carry tools to help us with the task and boy did they! I honestly am not sure how how we would have done it without them. We were able to rotate between the 3 of us, we found it easiest to have 3 of us on a 12ft sheet, one on each end and one in the middle, carrying the two connected sheets of 12ft drywall at a time. With 1 person you can move the 12 ft sheets, but you have to do 1 at a time but this panel carry does make that manageable and possible. We successfully moved all the drywall into the different rooms of the house and about half-way into the job I had some reinforcement friends come in to help lift them up to the loft for 2nd floor rooms. As a thank you I took the guys out to Sushi, and giving them a panel carry tool to take home with them, haha. :)
by Ken
5 people found this helpful
I like Home Depot
This item sure make moving the item needed so much easier. Thank you.
by Shel
Good for solo carrying and stairs
This carrier was nice for situations when I had to carry a sheet of drywall or plywood: * by myself * down stairs with another person (I could lower the drywall without bending over so far to get it under the soffit at the bottom of the stairs)
by Lou
16 people found this helpful
I was able to carry and maneuver a large heavy...
I was able to carry and maneuver a large heavy piece I plywood by myself. I would recommend this product.
by Cah8989
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
I bought this to replace the first one that broke.
I bought this to replace the first one that broke.
by Ron
Lifesaver carrying Sheetrock into a basement. Deserves 20 stars...
Lifesaver carrying Sheetrock into a basement. Deserves 20 stars
by Jp
Great for moving drywall
Just the thing for solo-carrying large panels! I had to move a half dozen 4x8 sheets of drywall from my car, down a level, and halfway through a house. With no helper available I was able to do it fairly easily using one of these handles. I found that it did not mar the edge of the drywall. I wish I’d bought one years ago!
by Jeff
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