2 Test: EZ Movers

5:47 PM, Nov 15, 2013   |    comments
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ATLANTA, GA -- Alfreeda Evans loves her floors, but hates that it's hard to move her furniture.

"I hurt myself because I'm pushing with my hip or my knee, and that's not good," she says.

That's why Karyn Greer with our sister station WXIA asked her to try EZ Movers, a do-it-yourself furniture moving system.

Once the product is assembled, Evans tries to put the lifter under the couch leg. It doesn't slide easily.

"You've got to get down -- you still got to get under there," she says.

Evans has to lift the couch to place the lifter under the legs. When it's lifted, she puts the pad underneath. She must do this with all four couch legs.

"This is too much work," she says.

Although the process is time-consuming, she finds that the pads do work.

"It's much easier," she says.

However, she must lift the furniture again to get the pads out.

"I would use the pads, just not the contraption to lift it,"said Evans.

She decides the product is not worth the money and gives the EZ Movers two thumbs down.

One of our WFMY News 2 staff said they don't use EZ Movers for furniture, they use them working out! They can be a good core work!

If you want to try them for yourself, we found them at Walmart, Bed Bath and Beyond, and Sears for about $19.99.


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