Black Widow Introduces New Personal Watercraft Dolly

In reviewing some of the industry’s best products, we at The Watercraft Journal have tried to find ways to make one’s experience of owning, maintaining and generally enjoying their personal watercraft as easy and trouble-free as possible. Sure, testing out the latest supercharged machine is fun, but that’s only half of the job. There are many tools and accessories that are just as important; and one for us (and many of you) is finding a quality PWC cart.

When not in use, a PWC cart needs to be compact and lightweight. When carrying a ski, it’s got to be versatile, easy to roll around. And for the shop or individual with a wide variety of units, it’s got to be adjustable and sturdy. Thus far, no PWC dolly can check all of these boxes…until now. Black Widow’s new PWC Dolly is made from anti-corrosive galvanized steel tubing and features adjustable bunks to fit a variety of machines. Stout and durable, it’s 3.75″ swivel casters can carry up to 1,000-pounds easy over most surfaces.

Here’s the original press release in its entirety:
Black Widow, manufacturer of quality, affordable utility products for the powersports market, introduces the Black Widow® Personal Watercraft Dolly (Part # PWC-DOLLY-V2, MSRP: $189.99) for moving and storing jet skis, Jon boats and inflatables up to 1,000 pounds. Designed for use in both commercial and personal garage/shop settings, the dolly is adjustable to fit varied PWC models and includes all hardware.

Constructed from galvanized steel for better corrosion-resistance, the dolly includes the mounting plates and brackets along with four 3.75” casters that rotate 360 degrees for smooth movement across different types of floors. Two of the casters lock to prevent movement once positioned.

The Black Widow Personal Watercraft Dolly features dual bunks with three symmetrical width adjustments (center to center: 12.25”, 16.25”, 20.25’) that rotate internally within their brackets to conform to different hull angles. Marine carpet on both bunks protects against scratches to the PWC. Measuring 20.5” high, the dolly remains low enough to create a wide, stable base with its large 50.5” L x 33.875” W footprint.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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