Forearm Forklift Lifting Straps
- 2.00 LBS
- Calculated at Checkout
Forearm Forklift Lifting Straps are a pair of straps that encourage proper lifting techniques and reduce back injuries due to heavy lifting. These straps employ leverage which makes the items being carried seem 66% lighter. Perfect for carrying items of all sizes, such as office partitions, woodworking machines, safes, mattresses etc. They save floors from scratches, dents, scuffs and scrapes that dollies and hand trucks leave behind, and they can easily be used to carry items up and down a flight of stairs.
- 2 adjustable lifting straps
- Easy-to-use and illustrated instructions
- Length: 9 ft. 4 in. (284.5 cm ) each
- Width: 3 in. ( 7.62 cm ) each
- Rated for up to 800 lbs. ( 362 kg ) tested at 2,720 lbs. ( 1,234 kg )
- Weight 1.3 lbs. each
- Adjustable up to 48 in. ( 122 cm ) so that you can easily carry SM, MED, LG and XL items.
- Has a 3 ft. 6 in. ( 106.7 cm ) long, Extension Strap available (not included)
- Also available in black
U.S. Patent No. 6,039,376 & 7,731,069
Canadian Patent No. 2,568,418
U.K. Patent No. GB2443180
Mexican Patent No. 289120
German Utility Patent No. 20 2007 019 057.3
Australian Patent No. 2006241388
Spanish Patent No. 2332166
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These are AWESOME
These are AWESOME
Haven't used them yet however I'm pleased with them. I believe they will work well!
This is the real deal guys! don't purchase the knockoff brands from amazon, you won't regret it! my wife was able to help me move the big items with such ease!
Forearm Lifting Straps
Great way to pick up large heavy objects without breaking your back.
It would've prevented hi from hurting his back permanently!
Awesome product!! Wife and I have used on 2 separate occasions to help our children move when they got married. I wish I would've given my son a pair when he was moving around in college. It would've prevented hi from hurting his back permanently!
These things are unbelievable. Only thing was when one of my roomates used them, she said she'd of helped me more if I'd had harness for her. She still did good though.