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Trailer Valet Multifunction Trailer Tongue Jack

HortonHorton Posts: 29,450 Administrator
edited April 2013 in Reviews

Below is a video review of the Trailer Valet Multifunction Trailer Tongue Jack. It took about 15 minutes to install the Trailer Valet to the trailer. If I had read the instructions it would have taken less than 5 minutes. For maneuvering a trailer in tight spaces or moving a trailer a short distance without a vehicle with a tow hitch the Trailer Valet the perfect solution.  



 http://trailervalet.com/

Below is the an official (and more accurate) video about the Trailer Valet



 


Features:
1. Stows and sets up in seconds
2. Minimum height of 12.5 inches, maximum height of 23.5 inches, lifting range of 11 inches.
3. Positraction for ease of handling and maximum traction
4. Dual strong and durable 9 inch 85psi tires
5. Integrated automatic brake kicks in when handle is released
6. High and Low Gear Drive*
7. Made of high quality steel with a hammered powder coat finish
Product Specification (Subject to change):
• Weight: 50lbs
• Material: High Quality Steel/Copper/Rubber
• Dimensions: 29Lx16.5Wx9.5H

 

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Comments

  • RichardDoaneRichardDoane Posts: 4,445 Mega Baller
    I saw those at the Seattle Boat show, they were kind of cool if you needed assistance moving the trailer around by yourself, looked to be very well made
    BallOfSpray Pacific Northwest Vice President of Event Management, aka "Zappy"
  • HortonHorton Posts: 29,450 Administrator
    edited April 2013
    @richarddoane were you the one who told the Trailer Valet guys to contact me? It was some Baller at some boat show

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    Connelly  ★ Basta ★ DBSkis ★ Denali ★ Goode ★ Hobe Lake ★ HO Syndicate ★ MasterCraft

    Masterline ★ McClintock's ★ Performance Ski and Surf ★ Reflex ★ Radar 

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  • MattPMattP Posts: 6,182 Mega Baller
  • RichardDoaneRichardDoane Posts: 4,445 Mega Baller
    those things are made locally I think, Seattle Watersports had one on the CarbonPro trailer for show n tell, it went pretty fast in the high gear mode, kinda cool
    BallOfSpray Pacific Northwest Vice President of Event Management, aka "Zappy"
  • HortonHorton Posts: 29,450 Administrator
    Typos are my trademark

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    Stella Blue ★ Stokes ★ World WaterSki League

     

  • BRYBRY Posts: 585 Crazy Baller
    edited April 2013
    @Horton, I suggested they contact you and send you one to put in one of your video's. Seemed like a good product, young guy with a good product trying to get going. They are out of CA, the product is made overseas, not sure who designed it. I would have paid a lot for one at my old house, very hard to get the tandem trailer in that garage. This makes it very easy to manouver in a tight space. Seemed to me any ballers with tight parking spots could really use it.
  • Ed_JohnsonEd_Johnson Posts: 2,223
    http://www.parkit360.ca/ Heres an Electric one that is even easier.

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  • BRYBRY Posts: 585 Crazy Baller
    The Parkit360 looks pretty slick. It starts at $1,140 out of Canada, the Trailer Valet is $399 out of California. The Parkit360 is its own unit that needs to be stored/transported seperately, seems good for multiple boats like at a dealer. The Trailer Valet attaches to and goes anywhere with the trailer it is bolted on, seems easier to have everywhere for a 1 trailer setup.
    Looks like two good products for somewhat different needs.
  • BraceMakerBraceMaker Posts: 4,424 Mega Baller
    As you say, expensive product - very few people buy trailer movers for small boats - much more common for the RV crowd, particularly if they need to get a trailer cut in beside their house into a lean-to.

    This hand crank unit looks pretty cool - wonder how long till they throw a 12V motor on it with a cigarette plug so you can just run it off boat power.
  • RichardDoaneRichardDoane Posts: 4,445 Mega Baller
    or a 12v battery option that gets charged by the marker light circuit
    BallOfSpray Pacific Northwest Vice President of Event Management, aka "Zappy"
  • BlueSkiBlueSki Posts: 809 Mega Baller
    edited April 2013
    My garage set up has a tight turn and requires pushing the boat, so I picked up the valet. Works as advertised. I guess sending Horton free stuff does help sales. Hmmm, I am thinking about buying a Ferrari.

    (If that works, I expect you to send me some post-demo skis.)
  • mwetskiermwetskier Posts: 1,337 Mega Baller
    that parkit360 thing looks kind of slow i kept thinking 'later that same year.......'
  • Jody_SealJody_Seal Posts: 3,011 Mega Baller
    edited April 2013
    Cut the handle off and chuck up a 18 volt cordless drill to it! Far less work and faster.
    Hobby Boats can be expensive when the hobbyist is limited on their own skill and expertise.


    MattPWaternutGroovyGrant
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