Roughneck Plaster Board Carrier

Product Code: 51509
Roughneck Plaster Board Carrier
Product Code: 51509
Easier movement of large sheet materials. Allows both hands to support and carry boards. Strong plastic construction.


L x W: 365 x 165mm.
€11.45 Incl. 20% VAT
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Technical Specification
  • Brand : Roughneck
  • Product Length : 365 mm
  • Total Product Weight : 421 kg
  • Product Width : 165 mm
  • Colour : Orange
  • Pack Size : 1
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
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Roughneck Plaster Board Carrier is rated 4.84 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A life changer. . . possibly. Money saved on pain killers and trips to the chiropractor will see this revelation paid for within 15 minutes. Thought I'd give it a whirl with the prospect of having to shift 125 8x4 12.5mm + 25mm kingspan plasterboards on my lone-some no longer being in the realm of my sweat drenched nightmares, but an actual and very real reality . . . . Handed over my cash, was given the handle, squinted at its super-bright orange attributes, got to site, opened it up and off I went. . . . Now don't get me wrong, after shifting one hundred and twenty five plasterboards (40 of them fire-rated, so heavier) my skeleton was, and still is, smashed and twisted beyond recognition and I'm positive an x-ray would resemble an old, tortured tree. . . .but . . . . .it would have been much worse without this bright orange beauty. Simple to use, it takes the lift out of lifting, and makes the whole process much more comfortable. So impressed was I with this device I decided to throw a plasterboard carrying party. I ordered a stack of 12.5mm 8x4's, got some nibbles, blew up some balloons, and turned up the Barry Manilow good and loud. Did I care that not a single invited guest turned up? Not at all! More for me to carry, and carry them I did, high on the Manilow and the rush of endorphines this little device offers. . . . . Into the early hours I wandered the streets, just me and my boards, until finally, I was escorted home by the authorities. My love for the handle grew! Television is a thing of the past. Friends? Well, I have them, but don't need them any more. . . . . Any excuse to use it, I'm there. A trip to the pub: No problem. Off we skip down the local, Roughneck and plasterboard in one hand, and a crisp fruity cold one in the other. Supermarket shop: That's where you'll find me, down the fruit and veg isle with an 8x4 and a smile. That latest blockbuster movie won't be the only talk of the town when you hit the red carpet with your Roughneck Plasterboard Carrier and fire-rated 8x4. All eyes will be on you and not the silver screen as the lights dim. And you'll know, with all confidence, the rest of the audience will lament, "If only we had a Roughneck Plasterboard Carrier, we could have brought our plasterboards too. We live as fools." 5 Stars for features on mine because I glued on a microwave oven and 55 inch Ultra HD 3D curved tv. Perfect for those lunch breaks. All thanks to this little beauty. Do it. Buy it. Dreams can come true. A quick word of advice: If you decide to take a dip in the local pool with your Roughneck Plasterboard Carrier and board of choice, be sure it's Aquapanel or other cement based particle board. That was a costly mistake on my part . . . . . As a final note: my other half actually came to my plasterboard carrying party. Firstly because her girl's night out had been cancelled, and secondly, out of pity. She told me not to tell a single soul . . .
Date published: 2016-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Roughneck board Carrier As a retried Joiner we used to make something similar to this in the construction industry to carry sheets, but not as well designed, as light or as strong.
Date published: 2016-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Paid for itself already Just used this to move 45# 2.4 x 1.2 x 12.5mm boards from a pallet on the driveway and into the house on my own. Easy to use and has already paid for itself. 1 star for features as it has none, it is a piece of moulded plastic.
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great tool Finally succumbed to buying one as always previously thought what a waste of nine quid . It proved its worth carrying 25 sheets of board down a steep lane along which my van would not fit . No twisted strained aching back the next day at all . BUY ONE !
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from simply brilliant A very simple bit of kit, but makes carrying boards on your own a piece of cake. Most useful purchase for the price I have ever made!
Date published: 2015-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plaster Board Carrier A simple but genius piece of equipment. A sturdy design and great value, it made the task of moving 200 1800mm boards from lorry to 1st floor massively easier. A must have bit of kit.
Date published: 2015-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good I used to have a metal one of these and was a bit sceptical about this being plastic. Turned out it was fine - and certainly made carrying several dozen sheets of firecheck board much easier. The handle is fat enough to be comfortable and the carrying groove is non-slip. When this one wanders off - as tools sometimes do, I shall buy another.
Date published: 2014-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from About time When I left school in 1964 I got a job as a Tacker (I suppose they call them Drywall Technicians these day's). The boards where sold stuck together in pairs then, none of this one board at a time stuff (that's health and safety). Murder on the fingers carrying all those pairs of 8'x4'x12mm Boards to the individual houses from where the delivery lorry left the pile for the whole site. Later in life when I needed to carry a load of boards into a cottage with low ceilings that I was doing up I came up with the idea of making something extremely similar to this out of some spare copper tubing. It's about time somebody put one on the market. Great.
Date published: 2014-09-12
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