Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 78
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Curly grossly overrated product
product was easy to assemble. The tray was replaced within a year due to splits in several places and the bolt pulled through bottom of tray. The wheels rusted completely through to the tire inside. The braces that fasten the tray to the handles are rusted almost into and one of the handles is almost rotten through at the wheel end. The wheelbarrow is approximately 5 years old and stored under cover. It is used primarily to haul grass clippings after mowing every two weeks.(average). I live about 50 miles from the coast and not exposed to the salt atmosphere.
July 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mom Poor quality
Very easy to use but the bucket does not last it cracks .
June 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Homestar Don't let Dad use it!
I recommend for garden use or mulching because of the large capacity basin. But I don't suggest it for long term use for construction work. Mine is beat up and wrecked mostly because Dad knows how to abuse equipment. ( cut it, melted it, use it as a saw horse, etc etc) but it also busted the basin where it mounts to the frame. Probably from getting a little brittle and the frame twisting from hauling stones.
( not recommended for heavy hauling )
October 18, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by dhj01776 Tub cracks due to inadequate support on the back side
Like lots of people, the tub cracked. BUT...most of them have the wrong reason it cracks. It's not due to washers that are too small on the inside, but that there is very little support on the backside. It is an easy fix which should be done when you buy it. I just added a piece of 1/2" thick plywood on the back that holds the whole front of the bottom of the tub so that the plastic can't crack. See pictures. Other than that, the wheelbarrow works fine.
September 28, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MIKE Take notice when assembling
I bought this item knowing it had a rating of 2 stars and i knew buy the pictures taken what the problem was with the reviews..When assembling the barrow take notice of the bracket from where it mounts above the inside of the tires to the plastic pan.. The angle of the bent bracket at the pan end is way off..If you don't straighten the bracket to a lesser angle it puts a lot of tension on the plastic and over a short period of time the area around the bolt where it is mounted will crack and that's what the bad reviews are about.. Take that bracket and lay it on a vice or ground and hit it with a hammer and make the angle less..Set it back in place by the tire to the pan and see if it is the same angle as the pan..That will stop the breaking around the pan bolts..
May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by chip really great for the girls
good for the ladys handdiling its not heavy great for planting
May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tex Wheel barrow
Real mens toy, great for getting stuff done guicker
April 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by AgencyMan Poor Product
Large capacity, Chinese tires, no UV inhibitor or very little in poly tub.
One tire lasted almost a year. Home Depot gave us a run flat for it. 2nd Tire died about 6 months later. Another free tire wheel assy from Depot. Before end of 2nd year the poly around the bolts was breaking. A function of no UV inhibitor and insufficient size of washer under the fastener head.
I then predrilled and installed 8 SS beefy fasteners (4 in each handle) with SS cup washers and backers.
A couple months passed and the flat portion of the bottom developed a large "U" shaped crack about 10" on all three sides allowing the bottom to resemble a partially opened flap or bomb bay door.
Wheel barrow is now yard art pending part cost from Depot. I called Jackson HQ customer service. My primary reason was to see if there was some guarantee or ? Woman was nice, said no, asked about buying the part, woman was nice and said, NO! So went back to Depot to waste more time. Two phone calls, spoke with 4 people and gave them the model and pn for the tub. Awaiting price and availability. Do not buy this wheelbarrow, rotten inner tubes, no UV inhibitor, and no help from Jackson, Fortunately Depot is doing a good job. I'm on the Olympic Peninsula in WA state where it rains more that it shines. If you were in Phoenix for example you could probably put this out side and watch the sun rot the tub in one summer.
March 30, 2015