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Egg Carry device?

edited 3:04PM in EggHead Forum
Just curious if any of the inventors in this forum have devised a way
to safly transport a small egg. I take mine camping and there is no real good way to pick this thing up. Although its small its still heavy. Currently im just buckling him into the car. [p]I tried to think of a better way but nothing practical has come to mind. [p]Tom


  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,439
    I take mine camping all the time. I put one hand under the bottom (while tilting slightly) and the other rests where the band runs around. I lift it into the back of the pathfinder, and strap it down. Just so it doesn't roll around, and you are good to go.[p]It shouldn't be too heavy to handle, but if you have trouble lifting, removing the fire ring and firebox will make it considerably lighter.[p]HTH
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  • Nature Boy,

    Thats what Im doing now. I still think it bout kills my back lifting that thing. I was thinking some sort of straps might give me a better hold to lift it up. [p]I just worry bout dropping it.

  • WooDoggiesWooDoggies Posts: 2,390
    Nature Boy,[p]Congratulations on the Championship bound Terrapins, my friend.
    Quite a game.
    Watcha got planned for monday night... anything going on the egg? Hmmmm, I wonder what grilled Hoosier tastes like. :~)[p]WD

  • SmokeySmokey Posts: 2,468
    TomF,[p]I have a mini (not a small) and it fits in a milk crate with slight modification to the crate. Perhaps you could fashion something similar![p]smokey.gif[p]
  • PainterPainter Posts: 464
    When I went to last the Michigan Eggfest last August, I hauled my small in a Rubbermaid storage container.(No lid) It gives you a pair of handles to grab when carrying and doesn't roll around in your vehicle. Depending on your vehicle it may fit in your trunk. I like to keep it secured if hauled in the passenger area. Wouldn't be a pretty sight with a large piece of ceramic flying around in an accident.

  • Painter,
    Good Idea [p]Thanks

  • jwitheldjwitheld Posts: 284
    try fabricating a litter that bolts arounf the egg below the raised ring (where the hinge clamp is)

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