Quick-E-BL 180, BL 180, Block Clamp, Single Block Clamp, Block Pick, Block Tongs, Pave Tool Clamp
Quick-E-BL 180 Block Clamp
Quick-E-BL180 laying retaining Wall Block
Quick-E-Single Clamp manually operated

Quick-E-BL 180

44 reviews

Item# NT022

Regular price $192.95 USD

The Quick-E-BL 180 efficiently moves a single wall block from pallet to setting bed or installation area.

  • It's perfect for gently and precisely setting the base course for a retaining wall. 
  • Quickly adjusts from 7" - 18"
  • Holds up to 180 lbs.
  • Can be carried by hand, with the help of the Quick-E-Ergo Assist (sold separately) or used with an excavator. 

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CR
10/06/2021
Cory R.
United States
Gamechanger

We are lifting 125 lb 22” deep units that have a center web that enables us to grab the unit at about 15”. The extra holes and adjustability let’s us balance the unit out to near perfection.

RW
09/01/2021
robert w.
United States United States
Back saver

Can’t believe I didn’t buy this years ago. What a game changer

KL
08/25/2021
Keith L.
United States United States
Back saving tool

Today was the first time using this tool, went very well, we are building a retaining wall that has about a 3’ drop from pool deck to wall pad. Would have been much harder to walk them over the bank, actually was able to hook them with the mini excavator by myself which saved employees from coming up and down the bank

MY
08/08/2021
mike y.
United States United States
Awesome tool

This thing is awesome

JS
07/17/2021
Jeremiah S.
United States United States
Thought it would be better.

I am disappointed by the fact I have to have a laborer there to unlock it. I was hoping that I could take it off from the excavator. Was hoping it had the locking mechanism like on the bigger one. That and I wish the adjustments were smaller. So I could open it up wider to make it easier to get it on the brick using just the excavator. Once again. Instead of a laborer. The adjustments on the hook. To adjust it. Seem huge. It’s a fine line between dropping a brick and being to tight and needing a laborer.