"Just used this to move 45# 2.4 x 1.2 x 12.5mm boards from a pallet on the driveway and into the house on my own. Easy to use and has already paid for itself. 1 star for features as it has none, it is a piece of moulded plastic."
"Finally succumbed to buying one as always previously thought what a waste of nine quid . It proved its worth carrying 25 sheets of board down a steep lane along which my van would not fit . No twisted strained aching back the next day at all . BUY ONE !"
"I used to have a metal one of these and was a bit sceptical about this being plastic. Turned out it was fine - and certainly made carrying several dozen sheets of firecheck board much easier. The handle is fat enough to be comfortable and the carrying groove is non-slip. When this one wanders off - as tools sometimes do, I shall buy another."
"When I left school in 1964 I got a job as a Tacker (I suppose they call them Drywall Technicians these day's). The boards where sold stuck together in pairs then, none of this one board at a time stuff (that's health and safety). Murder on the fingers carrying all those pairs of 8'x4'x12mm Boards to the individual houses from where the delivery lorry left the pile for the whole site. Later in life when I needed to carry a load of boards into a cottage with low ceilings that I was doing up I came up with the idea of making something extremely similar to this out of some spare copper tubing. It's about time somebody put one on the market. Great."
"bought this as i had a lot of 8x4 panels to lug around on my own and thought i would give this a try. a very simple but great product, found moving panels a breeze a definate back saver. only issue is the cost £9 for a bit of plastic seems steep."
"This comfortable, well-designed tool allows for easy, safe, stable and well-controlled movement of a single plasterboard sheet (eg. 2400x1200) around the site single-handedly. ● also copes very well indeed with Gyproc (and similar) insulated board up to 35mm thick. ● no damage to either the board or most importantly, your back! ● light but yet very strong. ● use the hand positions recommended in the instruction leaflet for best stability and control. ● a must for anyone who takes protecting their health seriously."
"Best purchase ever! No more bending down to pick up a full sheet of plasterboard or MDF etc. Only criticism is that it doesn't accept a thick sheet such as insulation bonded plasterboard - but if you arrange the plaster face to the inside the lip on the carrier grips in the insulation so the load is secure. If, like me, you have to lift large sheets on your own this has to be the best spend."