The Easimover Makes Moving Loads Easier

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The Easimover takes the burden out of moving heavy loads like washing machines, furniture, office equipment, and even outdoors and in the garden. As an entirely new product the Easimover makes the move so easy by smoothly sliding any heavy object from A to B by the straps, without any risk of back strain.

Suitable for both domestic and commercial use, the Easimover is a new and innovative product for moving large or heavy items. Its unique patented (UK and US) system provides an easy to use, rapid, safe and robust solution to any moving problem, indoors or out.

Currently, available in two sizes, the Easimover is already proving popular in a range of situations at home or in the workplace, saving hundreds of peoples' backs everywhere and significantly reducing the Health and Safety Risk.

Easimover is a quick and simple way to avoid the misery and inconvenience of back pain caused by inappropriate lifting techniques, and individuals and employers alike can benefit physically and financially from the reduced risk of strains and injuries associated with poor lifting techniques.

Easimover is effectively an oversized "mat" and has a base made of a tough, low friction, polyethylene which has a self healing abrasion resistant material for repeated use without wear.
Being only 6mm thick, the Easimover provides the perfect solution for negotiation of heavy or awkward objects on and off it by simply sliding or gently walking the item onto the mat - no lifting involved.

It is easy to move full wardrobes and bookcases. A double wardrobe can be moved using an extra large Easimover or two of standard size.

No problem going through doorways, fridge-freezers can remain upright.

With the aid of an assistant to support the top end, a settee can be moved through doorways and around tight corners.

Heavy plant pots, stone slabs, big bags of compost or concrete, etc. can also be moved, just slide them onto the Easimover and pull along by the straps.


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