We have them and make them available to our workes. Most us them to move anything reguardless of the weithg. It seems to be an easy way of getting a grip on odd shaped items or those that have bulk. Due to the nature of our business we are moving furniture and homeowners items on a daily basis.
Some of the guys swear they are easier on their backs, that part I like. I did have to watch when they were new the guys would try to lift items that were too heavy just to test them out.
So far I give them approval.
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