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Sears Milwaukee 800lb Convertible Hand Truck $49.99 (YMMV)

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This one is rated 800 lbs and on sale from Sears for $49.99. It has pneumatic tires and it's a convertible. Save more with your SYW points. I happened to have $10 freecash, so $40 for me. No shipping option available so YMMV. Also, 15% back in SYW points.

http://www.sears.com/milwaukee-ha...ckType=G1#



[below expired] Amazon's price is now back to $114.

Similar one from Amazon with "Puncture proof wheels" going for $49.94 ships in 1-2 months. According to camel, this is the lowest price ever. Average around $100.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007K4V4T0/
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Thanks OP! Repped. I've been looking for a hand truck and an alert popped up for your post. I bought the Amazon one. I've been looking for a convertible hand truck without air tires for about this price. My brother-in-law who has worked in warehouses and other jobs has used a ton of hand trucks and said the ones with air tires are terrible. He says when a load gets placed on it, the weight causes the tires to collapse some and then makes it difficult to maneuver. He said getting the all rubber or "puncture proof" wheels are the way to go!👍
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Is it worth paying extra for this than the $15

Milwaukee Hand Truck Flow Back Handle Truck with Puncture Proof Tires
https://slickdeals.net/f/10652812-milwaukee-hand-truck-15-reg-30-free-in-store-pickup-at-sears
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Is it worth paying extra for this than the $15

Milwaukee Hand Truck Flow Back Handle Truck with Puncture Proof Tires
https://slickdeals.net/f/10652812-milwaukee-hand-truck-15-reg-30-free-in-store-pickup-at-sears
I was thinking the same thing!
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I had an extra 15 surprise dollars along with 27 dollars from buying 300 pound weider set. made this 8 dollars. I'll take a flyer.
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Hey OP, looks like Walmart has this matched with Amazon's too. Might get it sooner than with Amazon's current 1-2 months estimate. Although it doesn't look like it's Milwaukee brand. It's Gleason Industrial Products.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Conver...3=&veh=sem
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in for one...
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So which one of the two is better?
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Thanks OP! Repped. I've been looking for a hand truck and an alert popped up for your post. I bought the Amazon one. I've been looking for a convertible hand truck without air tires for about this price. My brother-in-law who has worked in warehouses and other jobs has used a ton of hand trucks and said the ones with air tires are terrible. He says when a load gets placed on it, the weight causes the tires to collapse some and then makes it difficult to maneuver. He said getting the all rubber or "puncture proof" wheels are the way to go!👍
Sounds like your brother-in-law should've invested $10 in a cheap bike pump and aired up his tires to avoid that problem.

Solid tires are great on smooth flat surfaces, pneumatic tires excel over bumps, stairs, and thresholds. If keeping air in tires is too much trouble, there is a middle ground with the relatively expensive and somewhat flexy air-less versions.
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Pardon Dolly Experts ! Which is the best deal ?
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So... amazon or sears? 😆
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one is convertible the other is not
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Hey OP, looks like Walmart has this matched with Amazon's too. Might get it sooner than with Amazon's current 1-2 months estimate. Although it doesn't look like it's Milwaukee brand. It's Gleason Industrial Products.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Conver...3=&veh=sem
Received mine from Amazon about a week ,they said it need 1 -2 month too.
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I have this. I like it because it's just small enough to fit in my elevator without going at an angle. It's a lot less heavy duty then the one I got on clearance at Sam's club for about the same price. Also, the Sam's one converts from each mode quicker/easier. This one you take a pin out of it and slide the pipes into each other, the Sam's one just kinda folds out and locks in one motion.

Currently $80 but they drop to $50-60 when they are clearancing them.
https://m.samsclub.com/ip/super-b...een/184122

Also, this was once $50 with like $20 back in points. If your not in a hurry to get one you'll probably find a better price or a better hand truck eventually
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Just ordered the $15 one. I am moving 1st time to a new apartment and idk what will work. Need to move an average size but still heavy safe to the car and then down from the car. Any suggestions?
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