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Automatic, self-adjusting gripping clamps; accommodates sheet thicknesses up to 1 1/8" or up to 100 lbs. Offer valid only for August 26, 2020 or while promotion last. - Discombobulated

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Woot! is offering a 1 pack of Gator Lift Metal Gripper Panel Carrier for $17.99 and a 2 pack for $32.99.
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I haven't used OP's panel carrier but seems like it should work well to move around plywood/drywall. For those looking for an alternative, Stanley makes a slightly cheaper one with an entirely different design that holds the panels from the bottom edge. I used this one for 3/4" plywood and it works really well.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Stanl.../202262083
Man i grabbed one of these last time. Idk I just put it down on the ground and ended up grabbing the sheets of rock by hand. Maybe it's better for sheets that are not 4ft tall but its just hard to manipulate a full sheet with this, in my experience, and im 5' 11".
I've used the solid plastic version and also bought one of these before on sale. The plastic versions require a lot of balancing. Love the gator grip, but please note if you use it on drywall you should not grab a pair of sheets on the tapered edge, without some sort of shim or you can damage the material with the clamping grip action.

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Thanks, OP. I've been holding out to get something like this!
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the lowest price I ever seen, thanks for sharing
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Man i grabbed one of these last time. Idk I just put it down on the ground and ended up grabbing the sheets of rock by hand. Maybe it's better for sheets that are not 4ft tall but its just hard to manipulate a full sheet with this, in my experience, and im 5' 11".
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15.89 w/ tax thanks op about tongut my whole upstairs
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Man i grabbed one of these last time. Idk I just put it down on the ground and ended up grabbing the sheets of rock by hand. Maybe it's better for sheets that are not 4ft tall but its just hard to manipulate a full sheet with this, in my experience, and im 5' 11".
I picked one up last time also, but I really like it. Made moving 3/4 pt plywood significantly easier.
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Nice. I have been looking for one of these. I used one at a friends house to move drywall once and it was great.
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Didn't work for me using my Amazon Prime account. Still showed as $17.99 + $6 shipping.
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I haven't used OP's panel carrier but seems like it should work well to move around plywood/drywall. For those looking for an alternative, Stanley makes a slightly cheaper one with an entirely different design that holds the panels from the bottom edge. I used this one for 3/4" plywood and it works really well.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Stanl.../202262083
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Menards sells an all plastic type of panel carrier for under 6 bucks. I have used that and like it. I could see spending more if you were a pro, but for a casual homeowner, the 6 dollar ones work fine. If Menards ever goes back to selling stuff for free after rebate, theirs will probably be a freebie item again.
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Menards sells an all plastic type of panel carrier for under 6 bucks. I have used that and like it. I could see spending more if you were a pro, but for a casual homeowner, the 6 dollar ones work fine. If Menards ever goes back to selling stuff for free after rebate, theirs will probably be a freebie item again.
I don't even have menards nearby. Repped just for helpful information which might be useful to others
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Bought one of these before I started my bathroom remodel and love it. Was able to get the drywall and plywood in from the garage, including going up some stairs, by myself.
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I haven't used OP's panel carrier but seems like it should work well to move around plywood/drywall. For those looking for an alternative, Stanley makes a slightly cheaper one with an entirely different design that holds the panels from the bottom edge. I used this one for 3/4" plywood and it works really well.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Stanl.../202262083
I've had that for like 15 years. Really does the trick when you're working alone. I've even moved 1 inch thick birch plywood with that.
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I've used the solid plastic version and also bought one of these before on sale. The plastic versions require a lot of balancing. Love the gator grip, but please note if you use it on drywall you should not grab a pair of sheets on the tapered edge, without some sort of shim or you can damage the material with the clamping grip action.
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