Good price point for this type of tool. Gives you a lifting capacity of up to 100 lbs. Gripper plates provide a high level of grip for security, but it's also safe to use with the materials you're carrying, thanks to glass-filled nylon polymer gripper plates. Suitable for carrying materials with thickness up to 3/4".
May struggle to tightly grip and carry really thin sheets of metal.
Inexpensive device that gives you the ability to carry thicker pieces versus some other gripping plate tools. Simple, one-handed operation process. Uses a lot of metal in the construction, so it should last a long time for continuous use. Will work to carry two thinner panels or sheets at the same time.
Because of the angle of the handle, sheets must be lifted higher than normal.
Gives you the ability to carry sheets of thicknesses between 3/8" and 1-1/8". Uses high-quality rubber pads inside the gripper plates that prevent damage to the materials being carried. Constructed primarily of aluminum. Lightweight and durable, meaning you can use it over and over.
Only grips a thin edge of the sheet, so sheets could slip out if they're bouncing around.
Good price point for a simple design in a gripper plate tool that's easy to use. Can handle sheets or panels up to 3/4" in thickness. Can carry up to 200 lbs. of weight securely. Made in the USA, so you can count on the quality of the materials used in the construction.
Some shipping control issues, as some users report receiving a version with plastic construction.
Available in three different sizes, so you can pick the model you need. Depending on the device you pick, it can carry panels between 10 mm and 50 mm (0.4" to 2") in thickness. Consists of an aircraft-grade aluminum and high-quality rubber pads for an excellent level of performance.
More expensive than others. Largest model doesn't handle panels thinner than 1.4" well.
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A gripper panel carrier clamps to the top of a piece of plywood, drywall, or other industrial materials. As such, a carrier allows you to move various materials around a construction or work site as needed. A carrier may offer a lifting capacity up to 200 lbs. It often includes gripper plates to provide a firm, steady grip. Carriers may enable you to move materials with a thickness up to ¾”. Most carriers are constructed from aluminum and other types of metal. They are lightweight and designed for everyday use. Carriers commonly feature rubber pads to prevent damage to any materials you carry as well.
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