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What is the difference between the Clip N' Roll and the Speed Skate?
The Click N' Roll is specifically designed for granite countertops; to be able to clip it on a countertop when it's laying flat on a bench and pick it up and set it on the ground and roll it into a tight area. With the Speed Skate, simply set on the ground and put a 3/4" piece of plywood or particleboard on it and roll it where it is needed.
Does the Speed Skate have to be in the middle or can I put 2 about a third of a way in?
It does not need to be in the middle. It can be 1/5 of the way into a board and still be VERY easy to roll around. I actually find it easier to maneuver through doorways if the board is not centered on the skate. You also might want to check out our Clip N Roll, design specifically for moving granite.
How is the Clip N Roll on 18 mm or 3/4" 4x8 plywood?
It will accommodate anything up to 1.25” wide. It works great for 3/4”. There is no real minimum for the range...maybe 1/4” as it would be rare to have a panel less than 1/4” thick.
Will the Clip N Roll mark hardwood floors?
With a heavy enough piece of granite, yes it will mark up any floor. Whether or not it leaves marks is a function of the hardness of wood used on the hardwood floor, and the weight of the piece of granite used. Also the “kick stand” can mark up a hardwood floor if you are not paying attention when using it...but then again, so can a piece of granite, and MUCH more easily than the wheels or the kickstand. So yes, we recommend laying some plywood or similar over a nice hardwood floor or anything else you don’t want to damage, whenever moving something like a piece of granite across it, regardless of whether using the Clip N' Roll or not!