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COSCO Shifter 300-Pound Multi-Position Folding Hand Truck and Dolly $59.99

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[Amazon.ca] COSCO Shifter 300-Pound Multi-Position Folding Hand Truck and Dolly $59.99

$2 more than historical lowes price according to CCC.
The maximum capacity is 300lbs. Seems okay for daily use.
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Crunchytut wrote: This thing looks like a transformer
Also looks like it would be totally be destroyed were I ever to use it for the things I usually require a dolly for.
Call me crazy, but investing in a heavy load dolly is a no brainer.
This is more of a move a box or two in your condo kinda thing.
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shikotee wrote: Also looks like it would be totally be destroyed were I ever to use it for the things I usually require a dolly for.
Call me crazy, but investing in a heavy load dolly is a no brainer.
This is more of a move a box or two in your condo kinda thing.
Link? Cost? I too was thinking 300lb advertised and these small tires seemed small..
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Bought this for $77.99 two years ago and it's been perfect for condo use.
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I need to move a woodstove from basement to throw it out. Can this dolly handle it? The thing is I'm not sure what's the weight of my woodstove, but it's quite heavy
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Concept looks appealing, although I doubt I'd feel very confident moving a piece of furniture or an appliance with this. When I see all these various modes and hinges, I see more places stuff can break
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Also have had this for 2 years and it's been great when needed. Easy to use, no issues.
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Got it at Costco 5 years ago and it's still holding strong, recommend it, I paid $29 for it cuz it was the last one available at that Costco
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Might be able to get it cheaper in store.
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Can you get it cheaper in Costco stores?
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Joe Buckley wrote: Also have had this for 2 years and it's been great when needed. Easy to use, no issues.
Same here. I've had mine for a year and I use it all the time for stuff around the house, Costco shopping loads, moving myself and friends. It's been perfect.
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I checked the store in Montreal for this in the past half a year or so. Went to 3 different costco and don't see this specific model on sale.
the one they have in store is only 2 wheel and the wheel folding mechanism is plastic
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Would like to add my experience with this as well. Bought 3 as they were in clearance 5 years ago at HD for 30 each.

2 of them were used to move twice in/out if a condo. Heaviest load was probably 100lbs as a dolly. Slightly more as a hand truck. This was gifted to a friend who needed to cart tiles and other materials for a condo reno.

These have stood up to my use, which wasn't near the maximum load values. It's been an absolute time saver for me especially having 2 for moves. Handles most box sizes and Rubbermaid containers without issue. The only downside is probably the casters. They're not great on anything but smooth surfaces.

I'd say if you're doing light /medium duty work around the house these are great. It's nice to not have to have a separate dolly and hand truck around the house, and it folds up nice and compact on my wall.
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That thing isn't as useful as the specs may imply. It won't move anything bulky. It was pretty useless for moving a 30" stove, even with the door, drawers, and racks removed. I tried. It was easier to just carry the stove by hand.
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trellaine201 wrote: That’s heavy. ;)
Why are things so heavy in the future? Is there a problem with the earth's gravitational pull?

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