Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 6
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rusty Awesome cart
We transport lots of stuff from our place to my daughters pool/patio. We can use this to load up all the food and drinks for the biggest party ever. No more making a dozen trips back and forth. The deep trays keep the stuff from falling out. The wheels work smoothly so it is so easy to push my 88 year old mother-in-law can push it. I recommend putting the swivel wheels on the front and not the back. No rusty metal cart that looks ugly after a few years this is made out of industrial-strength polypropylene. Yes it is a little expensive but with a little care this should be the last cart we need to buy.
September 5, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by PJCC Safely designed for moving and storage. Mobility in small spaced is impaired.
The plastic and rusted metal service cart I have now I use 24/7. My first cart has metal sides that are rusting. In comparison, this all plastic design build rocks. Using a cart with cleaning supplies and water appears safer with a non-corrosive surface.
Close ups, features I like best. The top has a 2 1/2 inch edge on all four sides. That protects me moving large water containers on the cart up and down steps. The handle has a grip with ridges, comfortable for arthritic hands. A 2 inch recess in the handle stores small objects.
I've been using a cart whose wheels pivot 360 degrees on all four corners. Two casters of four turn 360 degrees. That makes it hard to turn in a small space. I haul hot water to a barrel to shower, it can be a problem moving the cart.
Assembly would be better with two people if you have arthritic hands. After you attach all 4 of the plastic sides they need to be hammered flat into the cart bottom. Some of the plastic parts didn't assemble easily. I managed to put the cart handle on wrong the first time, you can see the hammer marks in the upright position. Double check the parts against the instruction list before jumping into it.
Lastly, I've used my first cart for almost a decade, now using it daily. Even with the lack of mobility I like this one better. I will only know after a decade, if the plastic can take a beating.
September 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fizzie Seriously sturdy and strong !!!
This cart is built for strength and durability..as well as mobility with the wheels. No doubt it can handle a 12 inch chop saw on top as well as my 10 chop saw on the bottom with room to spare. It has plenty of room and the swiveling wheels make it a breeze to move. It assembles rather easy and right from the start I felt the quality of the design. If you need a large, STRONG, mobile cart this is the one for you. If seen these in use in establishments like hospitals for the maintenance people to transport tools and equipment..as well as the Bio Medical departments. It's a great product !
September 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kathy6 Great product!!
Easy to assemble, cart make no squeaky noises. Perfect for our office!!
June 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rich Sturdy Cart
The two shelf plastic cart is well built and sturdy. Within one hour, I had it assembled and half loaded with the tools and material for my next project. The 24" x 36" size is perfect for bringing a full set of tools to the "job", instead of trying to bring the job to the tools, or going back and forth, one tool at a time. Big enough to be useful, yet small enough to share the garage with a car.
September 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by LittleBigHart Functional. Pricey.
First, I looked on other sites for similar style carts with decent customer ratings. I would feel comfortable recommending this cart if it was more competitively priced with free ship. Overall I like the cart. It's not pretty but it is functional and quite handy to have around. It is plastic so breakable. I wouldn't overload it and then try to wheel it across your lawn. The wheels and hardware will probably rust if left wet but are otherwise sturdy. Did not break screws or bolts while assembling. Assembly was easy using a mallet, phillips head screwdriver and socket set, (9/16' socket, extender made it easier.) Assembly instructions just a basic diagram and not explicit. Labeling the parts and diagrams would have saved me time and frustration. There wasn't a list of contents. I organized all the parts and hoped nothing was missing. Hints: (1) When you're putting legs in underside of top shelf, if the screws just drop into the pre-drilled holes, switch it with a different leg. You have to feel some resistance. They're not labeled but it makes a difference which leg goes where, and (2) The roly universal wheels, (they have an R on them) have to go on the opposite end to that of the hand grip. It's okay if you put it together wrong at first. It's not hard to undo. I would not use a hammer on any part of it to avoid cracking the plastic. One year warranty with receipt but you have to pay for shipping. I can't say how long it will last as I've owned a short time.
September 8, 2014