Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 396
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GramAli Worx Aerocart - I use it every week and love it
Had the Aerocart for about a year and have used it for many projects. It holds up to lots of use carrying dirt, moving filled trash cans, moving heavy plant pots, paving stones and lots more. There are many of jobs I couldn't have managed without it and love that the wheels never need pumping up. Thanks Aerocart. Love this product. Slightly over priced however I would buy it again because I love it so much.
February 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by homegardeninggal perfect for me.
it aint cheap. but worth every penny for me. I've hauled clay dirt, decomposed granite, pebbles, rocks in the wheelbarrow part. rolls over every terrain i've put it through. much easier to navigate than a single wheel, no tipping over with a heavy load. used the arms for moving bags of soil, and the dolly to move a fridge. tried using to move a pot with a big century plant and failed, but i don't care because it worked great as a wheelbarrow and a dolly. takes up so little room when i'm not using it. fill it full of rocks a haul it around like its filled with feathers. one of the best purchases i've ever made. seriously love this thing.
March 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MGer absolutely better than a wheelbarrow and do not have to add air to the tires.
I usually use a clumsy wheelbarrow and when I discovered the Aerocart in a gardening magazine, I googled it on the Internet and found Home Depot has it and had it shipped to my house. It was very easy to assemble and much easier to move bags of mulch and other heavy items. The tires do not have to be filled with air which is a big plus compared to having to put air in the wheel barrow tires.
I highly recommend the Aerocart!!!
April 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dee1 Love this tool!
Easy to assemble... we needed to move a stove out of the yard... It was done in less than five minutes. It was worth ever dollar.
Happy from Binghamton, New York!
April 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RKep662 back saver
I bought this about a month ago, just prior to all my early spring yard projects, and what a great piece of equipment this is. Moving bird baths, large flower pots and bags and bags of mulch have been a breeze compared to using my old wheelbarrow. It's also easy for my wife to use a well, moving bags of potting soil and flower trays to start the garden areas. Overall I've used every part of the options except the rock harness and I'm surebefore long I'll have tried that too. Very easy to assemble and switch from one feature to another. We are both do very happy with the Aerocart purchase. What a back saver it has been.
April 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 6jaw Worx Aerocart really works.
Assembly was minimal. I just had to clip handles into place and secure the wheels with retaining clips. I'm really impressed by the overall quality. Converting between functions is fast and obvious. I've only used the wheelbarrow mode so far, but it works really well.
April 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by FurryHerbalist Limited to small jobs and smooth surfaces.
Limited usefulness, ergonomic junk
My 91 year old Mom gifted me with one of these. I never would have spent the money. This cart is ONLY useful for small jobs on hard surfaces. The problems: 1) The wheels are so narrow that pushing the cart on an uneven surface is difficult. Due to its very poor ergonomics takes a lot of effort to push out of any dips that the wheels catch in. 2) The cart may be able to hold 200 lbs, but I'm at a loss to figure out how it would contain the bulk of anything that would add up to that weight. The photos show a mounded up pile of mulch in the bed but if you pick up the handles to move it, the front tips down so much it will slide out. This also negates transporting potted plants as they will slide around and tip over. 3) The cart is so low the the ground that unless you are 5'5" or less, you have to stoop over to push the cart because the handles are in no way ergonomic for taller folks (I'm 5'11"). 4) While the narrow design has its redeeming qualities for tight spaces, I couldn't even balance a bale of straw in this cart. A couple bags of mulch, still IN the bags, is doable, but it takes a number of trips to move any amount of anything.
In short, if you live in the city and want to move a few bags of mulch from your trunk to the backyard, if you have flat lawns and paved areas that you need to move things around on or if you just like cute little toy tools (like my Mom) then buy this cart. If you want tools that can handle big jobs, this isn't the the cart for you, stick to real wheel barrows - you can get them with two front wheels if you can't balance on one.
The only reason I'm not returning it is because Mom mail ordered it and I don't want to hurt her feelings by telling her she wasted her money.
January 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by skysky perfect all-purpose garden cart
I initially saw this on TV and it's the perfect all purpose cart so that I don't have to own both a wheel barrow and dolly for the occasional bag of soil or bark or planter that needs moving.
I read the negative complaints about its size (too short, too tall, too wide, too light, too heavy . . .) so read the specs before buying! It can't fit both 5' and 6'2" users so it's sized for the average height person for normal light-duty household use. If you have a big project, hilly terrain, acreage, or need to move large items, you would be better off with a full-size wheel barrow or dolly with all-terrain wheels. This is perfect for light duty household use with tires that don't go flat when it sits between uses.
April 10, 2015