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Multipurpose Ceiling Storage Hoist

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Product overview

Buy direct from the importer - Trade Tested. Comes with a 1 year warranty for peace of mind.

Steel construction storage lift/hoist with unique pulley locking mechanism easily lifts a bike, kayak or other items away for easy storage. Auto-locking mechanism prevents accidental release. Engineered for long life and durability. Versatile and space saving storage option.

Nylon rope, straps and mounting hardware included.

Lifts up to 57kg.
Strap width: 25mm
Max fixed height: 4m

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Questions and answers

1 vote
Could it be rigged for a washing line?
You can hang anything providing it's withing the weight limits.
By Trade Tested on October 20 2020
1 vote
Can the two anchor points be placed 2.4 metres apart. if I got two I could put them at say 1.4 apart so I could lift say a table tennis table With an anchor point at each corner up and out of the way
Yes there is no set width apart, as long as you are withing the weight ratings it should be fine.
By Trade Tested on June 10 2020
1 vote
Could the ceiling hoist hold a kayak?
Yes as long as it is anchored well to a surface that can handle the weight.
By Trade Tested on March 11 2020
0 votes
Would this work on a angled 40degree ceiling?
This has not been tested, the pulley wheels need to be vertical for it to operate.
By Trade Tested on November 15 2021
0 votes
Is that 20kg per pulley or 20kg per pair? I have an electric mountain bike weighing 25kg
It is 20kg overall.
By Trade Tested on September 12 2021
0 votes
Got any with a higher weight rating?
No just this model.
By Trade Tested on November 20 2020
0 votes
Can this be used outdoors, eg under high deck?
It's not galvanised, so we wouldn't recommend.
By Trade Tested on May 22 2020
0 votes
Do you think this hoist would hold shopping bags and be able to hoist up stairs?
Yes definitely as long as they don't exceed the weight limit, also you need to be sure it's installed in a surface that can handle this weight.
By Trade Tested on May 13 2020
0 votes
Would this hold a punching bag?
Probably not.
By Trade Tested on May 04 2020
0 votes
Would this work on a wall at all or ceiling only?
Just the ceiling unless you cam up with a clever mounting sytem - the pulley wheels need to be vertical for it to operate.
By Trade Tested on May 04 2020

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  • kayak
  • rope
  • pulley
  • threading
  • hoist work
  • roof box
  • bike out
  • brake
  • paddle board
  • safe up
Does the job:

Relatively easy to install, does what it says on the tin

Bike Ceiling Hoist

Just what i was looking for. have a one car garage and this keeps the bike out of the way until i need it.

Russell Hawke's Bay

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Does what it said

Product appears to be fairly well made & does the job.

Nick Auckland
spot on title

it does exactly what i wanted it to do

goff Auckland

Works well

Wayne Auckland

Works great.

Bruce Wanaka
Great little hoist

My wife always wanted a ceiling clothes rack, was going to set up a series of pulleys and rope until I came across this cool setup, complete including a brake. Works perfectly.

Claus Bay of Plenty
Excellent Product

Perfect for I wanted to do with my double fishing kayak. I can now realise more space in the garage by hoisting it to the ceiling.

Moose Auckland
Fabulous pulley system

Fabulous pulley system that’s easy to set up. I’m using it to lift my woodwork table top above my head and have space for a bench saw. Easy to pull up and down and locks tight simple as.

Robin Bay of Plenty

I am rating the product on the install instructions. I am trying to install on my own. The printed instructions for threading the pulley system are not great. The photos on the website for the product, are slightly more helpful but still ambiguous. Some reviewers have recommended a youtube video for better instructions. However, a link would be helpful! Trade Tested... can YOU not post your own videos/links to help your (not so technically minded, yet not totally stupid consumers)?

Wendy Halloran Auckland
No, I do not recommend this product.

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