June 25, 2009

EZY Hang Door Lifter

ez_door_lifter.jpgOur Austrailian invention connection has just emailed us about another interesting item that should be hitting the marketplace at some point soon. This time it's a device to assist with hanging doors. The EZY Hang Door Lifter is basically a jack that raises your door to the appropriate height in order for you to install the hinges. It looks like a much better version of what we usually end up cobbling together out of plywood scraps and a flatbar. Probably the nicest feature of the EZY Hang Door lifter is that it has one jack on each side, so slight adjustments can be made to the door once it's airborne.

The EZY Hang Door Lifter has a maximum lifting height of 25mm, which to us Americanos translates into just under one inch. There is no word on the maximum weight it can hold, but it sounds like it can handle just about any standard solid core door. We're curious about non-standard doors though. Yesterday, we spent the day hanging a 360 lb door (no joke) and something like the EZY Hang would have been helpful.

There is more information at ezyhangdoorlifter.com

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at June 25, 2009 5:21 AM
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Does anyone know were you can get the EZY door lifter from??? The guy who invented it doesnt sell them anymore.

Posted by: Samuel at June 10, 2011 7:31 AM
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