Forearm Forklift Lifting Straps
Although the Forearm Forklift Lifting Straps has been on the market for a few years, we were a bit skeptical when our sample arrived. Not anymore!! You get two straps of super strength webbing that...
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- Defies gravitational effect on furniture!
- Get the job done safely
- The perfect complement to dollies and hand trucks
- Designed to encourage proper lifting
- Made of super-strength webbing
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Now here is one amazing product from A.A.C. Forearm Forklift, Inc. Mark Lopreiato, President of the company along with his team, were impresssively demonstrating these webbed lifting straps at the Woodcraft Vendor Trade Show in Nashville and the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas.
helps where nothing else can do better
It doesn't get any better. Doing some work in a panic room the other day, we even moved a long rifle gun safe with Forearm Forklift, no problem!
Works for us
My orange straps are the best thing since sliced bread! I ain't kidd'in, me and my guys use them all the time on installs and deliveries.
My family is in love with these!!!
Us ladies had to unload several sheets of 5/8 tongue and groove plywood - and stack in a shed, and didn't have time to recruit help!!! We could not have done it with out them!!! They are our new favorite must have tool!!! Yogatopia (a yoga studio) in Pullman WA thanks you so much for your invention!!!
The Forearm Forklift is great!
I'm really happy with my straps. They're now my favorite tool.
Easy as heck
Easy as heck is how I describe these straps. We do cabinets. Mostly for kitchens, baths and laundry rooms. High end stuff. Besides for our cabinets our Forearm Forklifts work nicely on washers, dryers, stack units, fridges, dish washers, islands that we pre-build at the shop, marble and granite slabs, dry wall, etc. We REALLY like them!
Moving straps, lifting straps or whateve
Moving straps, lifting straps or whatever they're called, these are amazing. I wasn't sure what they were called so that made them hard to find in stores I guess. I tell ya, they're easy to use and makes stuff feel light. I bought them for myself, but one of the guys asked to borrow them the other month cause he was moving. We use these orange things to move stoves, fridges, washers and dryers, dry wall and cabinets all the time. I know what to buy him next x-mas, that's for sure. My kids move too so these are what they'll get as well. I really like them and know they will too. They're so dag-gun cheap, but I bet they're gonna last a long-long time. They seem to be made real well.