Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 37
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Biju Great mid sized cart
Great medium sized cart that can handle heavy loads well and is very durable. Fold flat handle allows for easy storage. Easy to pull, but a bit awkward to push. Make sure the package contains the wheels. Sometimes the package of wheels falls out.
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wolfman At my age, this is one of the best things I have purchased.
I am 70 years old with a lot of medical issues and I was moving into Senior Housing. I was very limited what I was able to do but if I wouldn't have had the cart I wouldn't have been able to do anything. It handles large loads very easily and is very well constructed. I would strongly recommend this to anyone that had to move any amount of larger items.
August 9, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by suzy Good, but doesn't steer straight and needs a brake
Love the compactness, ease of use, and price. However, it doesn't have a brake which is definitely needed to prevent it escaping while loading it. Also, not sure if I just got a lemon, but it doesn't steer straight - goes sideways like the occasional shopping cart.
June 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TheAudioDistillery Stronger than it looks
I bought 2 of these carts from Home Depot years ago and have been trying my hardest to beat them up. I even strapped my Yamaha upright piano on one of them when we moved our family. It doesn't look strong enough to handle that but it did without a hiccup. I use them almost every weekend to move large speakers and heavy amplifier racks. It's not uncommon for me to have a 300-400 pound load on one of these carts.
September 3, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ITGeek Can Only Be Pulled
This cart can not be pushed forward. Very awkward when you have to get in and out of a tight office with no room to turn around. Make sure you have a piece of metal rod or pipe and a BIG hammer to attached the wheels. About equal to driving a medium stake in hard soil. Great stress reliever though (putting wheels on, not using the product).
January 4, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 19824 Difficult Assembly.
I just finished assembling this product. It was not easy. The instructions do not indicate how far the stem of the wheel housing has to be inserted. I thought it had to be flush with the plastic sleeve that was first inserted. I tried every which way and finally decided to give up. It seems to be OK the way it is and I think it will do the job I bought it for, taking out the trash and the recycle stuff. This is a product for a professional and not a "do it yourself" to assemble. Better instructions would have helped too.
December 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cher Life saver for handicap person
My husband received this as a Father's Day gift. He is a recent leg amputee and but still wants to help with some work around the house and this is perfect. He has also lost the use of his kidneys and is on PD dialysis at home. We receive approx. 30 boxes of solution a month, and they are really heavy. He is able to put boxes on the cart and with his wheelchair push them to where he needs them. He can also take the empty boxes and bring them to the curb for recycling. Thank you for an excellent product!
Most important I also want to thank the reviewers, as we had to read their reviews to put it together right!!
June 15, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Craig Nice product, with some reservations
The platform itself is very sturdy, but the handle could be a bit heavier to match. It's actually made to pull with, not push.
Assembly is not as easy as it appears. The instructions show driving the nylon bearings in with a mallet. That is the EASY part. What they don't clearly indicate is that the caster shaft must be FULLY inserted into the bearing. There is a spring retainer which has to be driven beyond the length of the bearing. If any part of the shaft is visible, you don't have it in fully. I ended up using a length of 1X1 set against the base of the swivel and driving it in with a deadblow mallet. NOT easy.
I suspect that's why Adam had that wheel bend.
September 2, 2012