Model # 840

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Hampton Bay 4-Wheel Hose Cart
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Hampton Bay

4-Wheel Hose Cart

$89.98 /each

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The 840 4-Wheel Hose Cart makes it easy to use and transport your garden hose. Pneumatic tires provide a sturdy support base for a cart with great maneuverability.

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  • Stores and transports a garden hose
  • Lightweight 1-1/2 in. steel frame with a durable powder-coated finish
  • 5 ft. inlet hose included
  • Holds up to 250 ft. of 5/8 in. garden hose
  • Pneumatic tires provide a sturdy support base

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The product description says it has pneumatic tires but the picture shows hard plastic tires. Which is it?

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June 21, 2016
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Pneumatic. I was hoping for solid tires :(
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June 1, 2016
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I bought one today and it has pneumatic tired... So I'm returning it.
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April 30, 2016
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I received mine 4/25/16.
Pneumatic tires.
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April 25, 2016
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The description says that the plastic tires are available only if you buy in store and not online.
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April 25, 2016
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Mine is a few years old and has pneumatic tires which have held up well, it does look like they have gone to plastic tires.
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December 9, 2015
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The newer model has the plastic wheels.
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November 11, 2015
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You have to pump the tires
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October 16, 2015
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I ordered based on photo showing the hard tires I preferred, but I got pneumatic tires instead
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September 24, 2015
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Mine has pneumatic tires, but this could have replaced my 5 year old one.
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September 23, 2015
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Unless they have changed the design mine came with pneumatic tires
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Does this hose reel hold 200 feet of hose and is it all metal??

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September 6, 2016
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Yes, holds a lot of hose, 5/8: dia in my case. Good metal tubing used with some solid bar reinforcements.
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Yes it holds 200 ft of hose easily and is metal . Very well made . I am very happy with it
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July 5, 2016
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yes it will and it is all metal except the wheels
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Mine is a few years old and is all metal. Mine only held 100' of contractor grade hose.
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Yes to both
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Yes to both.
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Yes it is all metal Ive owned mine for years. I have 150ft of hose on mine I think if you wind it up very neatly it will hold 200ft. Its very sturdy easy to move around and the only maintenance it needs is a little lubrication from time to time and some air in the tires. I live in New England and leave mine out all year long and it still does not leak and works perfectly. When I have all the hose out, Read More
Yes it is all metal Ive owned mine for years. I have 150ft of hose on mine I think if you wind it up very neatly it will hold 200ft. Its very sturdy easy to move around and the only maintenance it needs is a little lubrication from time to time and some air in the tires. I live in New England and leave mine out all year long and it still does not leak and works perfectly. When I have all the hose out, 150ft I turn the water off and open the sprayer up to drain the water out of the hose then drag the hose up, with the sprayer still open, close to the reel in several loops, like a coiled snake...it makes winding up that amount of hose a lot easier. Read Less
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Holds up to 250 ft. of 5/8 in. garden hose but its a bit of a chore to roll it all back up. But it is easy to transport from location to location on the property when needed
And yes its all metal..
Had mine several years and just replaced the tires a week or so ago because they would no longer hold any air.
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Does this cart have a brake?

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I want to park it on my driveway and pull off about 50 feet of hose.
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No, there is no braking mechanism on this unit. By design, the unit is supposed to be attached to the spigot using the 3' hose provided.
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it doesn't need a brake because the hose is pulled from the side. I would be more concerned with tire quality. These are inflatable tires and mine cracked and went flat in one season.
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September 15, 2016
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No there isn't a brake and the hose unwraps from the side so as it is pulled it doesn't make the cart roll. If the is a slope a simple rock under one tire will keep the cart from moving. Pulling the hose off will not make it roll.
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September 15, 2016
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No, this cart does not have a brake.
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How big are the tires?

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about 10" dia
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Approx 7" diameter, pneumatic, knob tread.
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It's funny that you should ask, since it was only yesterday that I thought that bigger tires would be much better. These are 9" in diameter.
It is a nice unit, but it does have a tendency, no, it definitely will, tip over if you are reeling in a long hose. It would be good if there was a foot rest on the opposite side where you could put your weight on it to prevent it from tipping over. Of course, a
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It's funny that you should ask, since it was only yesterday that I thought that bigger tires would be much better. These are 9" in diameter.
It is a nice unit, but it does have a tendency, no, it definitely will, tip over if you are reeling in a long hose. It would be good if there was a foot rest on the opposite side where you could put your weight on it to prevent it from tipping over. Of course, a hose guide would also be helpful so your hands are not full of dirt guiding the hose from side to side.
As I said, despite the shortcomings, it is a nice unit and I could not find anything better. Good luck.
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It is made by Liberty Garden and it's the Model 840 Cart it comes with 4 Never Flat 10 inch tires
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 219 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchase ever. This hose reel is heavy duty/durable and easy to use. We water every day and it is not a chore anymore. July 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Have only had it for a month or so, but it seems fine It's well built. But only having had it for a month, it's too early to tell if it will rust or leak. I believe the warrenty on it was 5 years, or maybe more. It definitely seems solid though. Had to roll it down some big rocks, didn't flex at all. Assembly was easy, 15 minutes with a couple normal tools. June 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by The build quality of this thing is pathetic & it's going back to HD! I had purchased a metal hose cart about 10 years ago from Sam's that has served us without complaint. It recently gave up the ghost and I purchased this one from HD. This unit doesn't even come close to the weight and sturdiness, of the old cart. It's flimsy and once assembled, the handle "wiggles" back and forth which does not bode well for the future longevity of the cart. I will have to figure a way of fixing the old cart, because this piece of junk is going back to the store. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Strong and easy to maneuver Strong,light,easy to maneuver. Pricey but worth it. Sure beats the cheap plastic ones. October 4, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Be prepared to have issues The tires do not hold air and appear to be coming apart. My biggest issue was with the swivel hose connector. It leaked from the day I bought it, but I put up with that. Then it corroded and eventually broke off. Should have been all brass, but looks like junk steel. Found a potential replacement part, but it is a third of the cost of a new one. Hard to find a quality hose reel as they are either plastic junk or cheap Chinese metal junk. August 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solid solution to hose storage This hose reel is heavy-duty and stays put unlike less expensive plastic reels. It is a quality product and should last for years. I highly recommend it. September 14, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Rusting Starting to rust one month after purchased, would not recommend September 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not what was promised HD website said in store purchase would have solid tires. The product in store was not a Liberty product but another brand name with the same U-code as stated on the website. I assume that as time goes on I will be dealing with flat tires, etc. Does anyone ever notice that they always want you to rate a product the week after you buy it? How about asking for a rating say 3 years after you buy it? August 30, 2016
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