Makita Power-Assisted Flat Dolly

Sep 21, 2017

Category: Gear

No one likes lugging heavy loads uphill. Groundbreaking insight we know. However, there really hasn’t been much innovation in the field of hand trucks regarding this unfortunate reality. That is, until now. Just have a look at the Makita Power-Assisted Flat Dolly, here to save the strain on your back and add some ease to the worksite.

Powered off two 18V LXT Lithium-Ion batteries, the Makita delivers up to one hour of run time per battery thanks to an embedded Makita-built BL Brushless motor. It also features two different speeds depending on weight and a maximum speed of up to 2.5 mph on a 12-degree incline. It’s also reversible, boasts side rails, can transport up to 275 pounds and is highly resistant to both dust and water making it a reliable assistant on even the harshest job sites. Available now.

Purchase: $990

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