Strap-A-Handle

Strap-A-Handle ST $9.99
Great for everyday use!
 
Length: 6ft.
Capacity: Up to 40lbs.

Strap-A-Handle XL $11.99
Perfect for larger items or multiple boxes!
Length: 8ft.
Capacity: Up to 40lbs.

Car Seat Transporter $7.99
The best way to travel with car seats!
 
Capacity: Up to 75 lbs.

Strap-A-Handle HDV $11.99
Great for heavy, awkward shaped items!
 
Length: 4ft.
Capacity: Up to 75lbs.

Strap-A-Handle HDV XL $13.99
Ideal for construction!
 
Length: 7ft.
Capacity: Up to 75lbs.

Strap-A-Handle Long $11.99
Perfect for extra long, cumbersome items!
 
Length: 30” Shoulder Strap
Capacity: Up to 50 lbs.

Strap-A-Handle Log $11.99
Great for stabilizing logs when hand splitting.
 
Length: 8ft.
Capacity: Up to 75lbs.

Strap-A-Handle HDV 3-pack $32.99
Great for heavy, awkward shaped items!
Length: 4ft.
Capacity: Up to 75lbs.

Strap-A-Handle ST 2 Pack $17.99
Great for everyday use!
 
Length: 6ft.
Capacity: Up to 40lbs.

Description

We developed our straps to support what we, everyday people, would find useful. That means, when we go to a tradeshow, we use our HDV XL Straps to help us carry in multiple boxes and cases to avoid paying big drayage fees. We use our Standard plastic Strap-a-handles to help us carry toilet paper, paper towels, even dog food from big box stores to our car and into our homes. Some of us live in apartments and find using a strap-a-handle the best way to carry through doors, in elevators and upstairs without having to take multiple trips or constantly balancing items on knees or walls.




What Our Customers Say

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Reviewed On 26-Dec-2020
Works great but may need additional straps depending on your package
If your package is narrow like mine was, you need an additional strap or two going 90 degrees to this strap. You might be able to get away with just this strap but you will have to make it quite tight possibly crushing you package as it did on mine.


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Reviewed On 12-Dec-2020
Well made and works great
This model has metal buckles which I wanted for extra security over the standard plastic snap buckles. No instructions were included but it's not too hard to figure out how to cinch the straps. I used them on a large telescope tube, about 10" in diameter, and two of them worked great to make lifting it so much easier. You can cut the straps if there is any excess and use a flame to seal the ends. I would highly recommend this particular version for heavier and longer items.

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