Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 87
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dan 50lb weight limit in my opinion
DO not buy if you are going to use it more than a couple times to move very light material. Legs are weak, handles are weak, supports that hold hands to tub are weak. In addition the metal bracket in front of the tire twists and acts as a brake often and you have to bang it back into place. It lasted 1 month for me before returning due to holes right through the thin gauge tub. I buy many things at home depot and never return anything. They probably didn't have to take it back because I used it. They have great customer service. Paid some extra money and got something decent. I wish I did that in the first place.
June 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by FakeNameWithoutSpaces Poor quality
First day using the wheelbarrow, the metal piece that connects the toe of the wheel barrow rolled up when dumping - I could have an fastened it and re-positioned it, but t already damaged the wood it is screwed into, making it more likely to happen again. Maybe it was bad luck picking it, but I returned it for a refund rather than exchange. Wheel was easy enough to drive, handles seemed slightly weak (creaked with load of dirt and "gave" a little more than expected). Home Depot - make handles and fastener good again and it would be a good wheelbarrow.
June 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bulldog inexpensive wheel borow
As a retired Construction Project Engineer I know equipment and tools used in the trades, I had a twenty year old dual wheel commercial wheel barrow and like me it was old and had to go. So I figured since I needed a wheel barrow for around the house. and went to Home Depot. I found and inexpensive one as I didn't use one everyday and it didn't need to be like the heavy duty ones we used around the construction sites. My main problem is you can't even find an American made wheel barrow. That's to bad, we use to make everything here in the US. It was assembled here which is the only thing American about it. The first thing I noticed when I used it was the handles were 31/2 inches short. which causes problems when you move a fully loaded wheel borrow. So I removed the handles from my "old," wheel borrow and installed them on the new one. Now its fine. We all need to start making everything in the US.
May 31, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by GCap It won't last.
I bought this wheelbarrow 3 days ago.the first thing you need to is tighten down every bolt with a half inch ratchet, it comes finger tight from the factory. It's rather light and I wouldn't expect to get years out of it. At 49dollars ya get what ya pay for.
May 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by gary cheap construction
I had 30 bags of concrete to mix so I bought this pre-assembled wheelbarrow that appeared to be well built but when I started adding the water and 1 bag of concrete I noticed the back legs were wobbling but all the bolts were tight. A few times it wobbled so much it tipped over and it was on flat ground.
I think if I add some reinforcements it should be fine.
The sad part is that I replaced the exact same wheelbarrow that I had for 15 years and its legs are heavy duty compared with the new one that has legs that uses a thinner gauge metal.
April 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ap44 Home Depot should be embarrased to to sell this
Absolute piece of junk. Wobbly. If it lasts more than a month, I will be amazed. Missing supports. Has the screws for the supports needed but they are not there. Wish I read reviews before I bought it
May 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by RichD Tire is ABSOLUTE junk
I bought this wheelbarrow for some light yard work. It worked fine for the first hour then I had to air the tire up almost hourly. Since it had been used, I couldn't return it, so I was FORCED to either buy the flat free tire for $40 or spend what little free time I have airing the tire up. I wish I had spent the extra money for the flat free tire model. For what I paid for this AND the replacement tire, I could have bought the flat free tired model.
What can you say about the rest of this wheelbarrow? It hauls loads and does what it's supposed to do! AFTER repeatedly airing up the junk tire of course.
April 11, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Will decent for LIGHT yardwork
Not the best wheelbarrow out there for sure. If you are moving any heavy stuff do not buy this. I had mine for a year(always kept in shed out of the sun). My first time moving a relatively heavy load(approx. 8 retaining wall stones/ 75lbs) the right handle snapped in half... paid $15 for a new handle and 2 months later the left one snapped.... wouldn't buy if you are doing any heavy moving. Great for loads of mulch/dirt/soil etc but not good for stones/pebbles anything heavy.
April 4, 2016