Move-it When Shopping!

The Move-it Kit is actually quite a neat idea for those who walk back home with all their shopping goodies. The DIY kit is a makeshift trolley that’s really durable and is made from self-adhesive cardboard parts. It transforms from reckless pieces of cardboard to a functional cart for parcels within minutes. You don’t have to be a genius to piece the cart together because its construction is very basic and simple.

UPDATE: David clarifies certain recycling apprehensions, read his story inside!

It’s strong enough to take in up to 20 kgs and the parts stay bonded strong thanks to the special repulpable contact adhesive. Consisting of a set of wheels and two different types of handle, a combination of these components allows you to move boxes of almost any size and shape! Once home, you can literally recycle the whole trolley (wheels and adhesive included) because once used, or simply peel the parts off the box to reuse on another occasion.

UPDATE: The product is actually reusable, in fact I have used the same handles and wheels many times for demonstrations and clocked up over ten miles on a single set of wheels. Each time the parts are peeled off the box, they become less sticky, but they can be reused, and when after many uses the adhesive fails altogether, further adhesive can be added, to extend the products life until it wears out.

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Designer: David Graham

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  • Amjad Durani says:

    I think its an excellent idea. don’t give negative comments, unless have used it? I would like to buy this or even market it here in the UAE, Anyone knows where i can but it in whole sale??
    Amjad

  • Amjad Durrai says:

    Dear David Graham.
    I am in Dubai UAE and thought this to be a fantastic item. Where can i buy these.? Please send me detail. Wish you all th ebest for the future, Great Stuff……

    Amjad

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  • Amjad says:

    Is this is production yes? if yes where is it available?

    Is it a one time use thing?

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  • ujh says:

    This is a good idea, however, it could be much more well thought out. There are many situations where you cant use it, and by the looks of the wheels, there would be a lot of friction involved due to cardboard rubbing against cardboard. People have said if it rains, the trolley becomes unusable for any time in the near future, and could even be ruined if the downpour is heavy enough. But it does look rather easy to assemble, and based on the materials used, it is a good idea, but possible short-term.

  • Thank you very much for your comment. The prototype product above has undergone four years R&D and is now ready for production. Friction is minimal and the product is waterproof, however the box it is attached to will not be waterproof, so it cannot be used in heavy rain. The new product assembles in 20seconds, and the wheel unit is likely to have other applications before it is used in this way as a box shifter. Please see move-itproducts.com for details.

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