- USA Made
- 25 year, 100% full-replacement frame/structural
- 5 year, 100% full-replacement on all other components
- If you ever have to move a stack of church chairs for any reason and want to do so with ease then you will need a heavy-duty ergo dolly.
Our Heavy Duty Ergo Dolly makes moving chairs in stacks of 8 super easy with little to no effort. USA Made.
If you ever have to move a stack of church chairs for any reason and want to do so with ease then you will need at least one of these heavy-duty ergo dollies. If you setup and tear down more frequently with multiple individuals involved you might consider adding additional heavy-duty ergo dollies. Heavy-duty ergo dollies are also extremely handy during off-loading.
Note: This heavy-duty ergo dolly is designed specifically to work with 20″ wide church chairs manufactured by Bertolini Inc. We cannot guarantee it will work with chairs from other manufacturers; use with non-specified chairs is solely the buyer’s responsibility.
List Price: $ 399.99
Price: $ 349.99
- Move up to 12 chairs at once
- Heavy duty 16-gauge steel frame
- Full swivel 2 1/2″ hard rubber casters
- Makes moving a bunch of chairs easy and economical
- Load capacity 10-12 chairs
Move up to 12 chairs at once. Simple stack and move. Makes moving a bunch of chairs easy and economical. An excellent solution for setting up and taking down chairs for meetings in schools, banquet halls, hotels, churches and the office. This heavy duty steel frame will accommodate most all types of stack chairs.
List Price: $ 79.00
Price: $ 69.99
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