Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 100
Rated 5 out of 5 Wonderful tool!!
I bought this because we are getting ready to move and it looked like just what I need to help move my furnishings. Also, I can see many outdoor uses as well. I used it today for the first time as a wheelbarrow. I was thoroughly impressed. This thing carries a lot and is soooo easy to move around. I could actually move it along with me only using one finger. Try that with a regular wheelbarrow. I took a couple of minutes to get used to how to change it from a dolly to a wheelbarrow and back again, but once to get the hang of it, it's a piece of cake. I highly recommend this Aerocart. You will find yourself using it for all kinds of jobs.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Termin8r Makes moving heavy items a breeze
Impressed so far. Delivered in record time (3 days). It's solid and makes moving heavy items a breeze.
I have a wheel barrow that is twice as hard to navigate with any weight in it over any type of surface. I've been building a wall along one edge of our drive and lifting and carrying the wall blocks takes forever and they are heavy. The Aerocart is making the process much faster and easier on my back. I pick up a load, roll them over to where the wall is and start stacking
I also bought the wagon accessory, but haven't used it yet. I'm sure it will come in handy and my wife likes the fact it's something she will use gardening.
September 6, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Mav3339 Just OK
Received the Aerocart as a birthday present. It is much narrower than it appears on TV. One comparison is a wheelbarrow vs an Aerocart carrying a 200 lb load. I don't see how the Aerocart could carry half as much as a standard wheelbarrow with it being so narrow. Also, the nose sits very low to the ground while the rear legs boost the back end higher than the nose. In theory it makes sense since you don't have to bend over as far to reach the handles, but the problem comes when you lift up... Since the nose is so low, the angle of the cart does not allow a completely full load - you just end up spilling it over the front end.
The Aerocart is a nice idea in theory, but falls short in its design.
September 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by sdsea Very Pleased!
Negative first: The capacity of the tub is not so much. More trips with smaller loads. (At my age, probably not so bad overall.) Also, could not find all the accessories on the web site. Having said that, pleased with it right out of the box. Very little assembly and that was very simple. Have used it for a few weeks now and the versatility is already proving helpful. I've moved fire wood, cleaned up shrubs and hauled waist to burn piles. We have stickers in our area...lots of them. Love the no flat tires. Overall, very pleased.
August 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mcgruff Needs a few more accesories, then I would buy !
I Haven't bought the "Worx Aerocart "as of yet. But would buy today if it also had some additional accesories. Such as the following:
#1: A variety of plant potter size straps or at least an ajustable sprap, both able to carry a 12" pot to a 36" pot.
#2 : A rachet strap tie down for hauling large appliances such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, ovens etc...
#3 : A large 12" to 36" Tree planting hauler.
I would then purchase this product for the same price. Let me know if you ever upgrade to my specifications.
August 30, 2014