Rollerloader Description

The Rollerloader’s patented design makes it easy for one person to quickly top their vehicle with their favorite piece of sporting equipment without scratching their car. It’s simple design and operation enables you to easily load your boat without having a permanent attachment on the car or rack. The Rollerloader is independent of the car rack system & quickly attaches to your vehicle using two vacuum suction cups and two anti-slip straps. The Rollerloader can be mounted on the back or front of the car, whichever is lower and easier to lift to. The Rollerloader can even be used as a dolly! The Rollerloader works on all Types of cars, wagons, and SUV’s !!

Additional Attributes

  • Loads from the front or back of the vehicle
  • Attaches to the vehicle in seconds
  • Fully assembled and ready to use
  • Works with any rack system
  • Weighs less than 10lbs

Rollerloader Reviews

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Three years of successfully…

Submitted by: paddler2796190 on 12/27/2023

Three years of successfully putting a sixty pound kayak on my car. My neighbor is smaller than me and she gets hers on her minivan. We both were lucky to get ours before the company went under. Now I wish I could find the specs on this. I just bought a 100 lb sail boat. Did I mention my neighbor and I are two females in our sixties?


Cracked my windshield on…

Submitted by: mhberm on 6/7/2013

Cracked my windshield on first use. For the price of the loader and windshield I could have bought a new roof rack system.


We purchased the…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 6/22/2010

We purchased the RollerLoader to help us lift two 10' SOT Perception Kayaks to the roof racks on our 4wd pick up cap. The truck is 7' tall so it was quite a chore putting them up there. The RollerLoader worked just as advertised and made the loading a breeze. I would recommend it for anyone looking for an easier way to load their boat.


One of the best investments…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 8/10/2009

One of the best investments I've ever made. It's saved my back and still going strong after about 6 years. Durable and works as intended. Highly recommend.


This has been a great device…

Submitted by: Narnian on 11/5/2007

This has been a great device - very helpful in loading my canoe on my Forester. I put it on the hood of the car (using foam padding under the metal bar keeps it from scratching the hood.) It holds the boat well when flipping it, & glides the boat overhead to the roof rack w/ amazing ease. I still have an extra set of hands w/ me to do this, but the actual workload is light.


Gizmo=$149, shipping=$15, reliable freedom= PRICELESS!!!This is the best investment I have made…

Submitted by: henna1 on 9/7/2007

Gizmo=$149, shipping=$15, reliable freedom= PRICELESS!!!

This is the best investment I have made lately for my yakking gear! I am a 5'5" woman with shoulder issues, and the loader has made my going to the lake on my own a breeze. Absolutely great item!


The 'roller loader' from…

Submitted by: paddler231450 on 2/6/2006

The 'roller loader' from Amagensett Beach & Bicycle Co. has been a great addition to my kayaking equipment. It works well, especially for those of us of shorter stature, for putting on and/or taking your boat off your vehicle. It takes up very little space in your car or garage and is well made. It can also be used to wheel your boat to the water. Highly recommended!


I purchased the RollerLoader…

Submitted by: mtnesters on 9/6/2005

I purchased the RollerLoader to help me get the WS 145T (approx 65lbs) on top of the car by myself. It worked great. The tubular bars are welded for added strength. It comes completely assembled and ready to use out of the box. The straps are strong, suction cups grip tightly. Instructions are easy to understand. Works as well as a kayak cart, also. I moved my kayak from garage to street...90 feet on concrete, did not have a problem. I pulled the yak behind me. I have not tried it in gravel or sand, but that will not be a problem for me. Customer Service is great also. It’s worth the more back / neck problems.