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XD 82-Volt MAX Cordless Electric Self-Propelled Utility Cart with 3.7 cu. ft. Cargo Bed, Battery & Charger Not Included

  • Two forward and and reverse speed options
  • Heavy-duty transmission and reinforced steel frame
  • 3.7 cu-ft rust-resistant cargo bed capacity
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Product Overview

"Model#: 1696858: Model Name: SXDUC82 The Snapper XD 82V Max self-propelled utility cart greatly assists in moving heavy materials and supplies, plus features a quick-release lever to effortlessly dump the attached cargo bed. Carry, dump, or tow materials for up to 3 hours on a fully charged 2.0 Briggs & Stratton Lithium-ion battery(not included). The 3.7 cu ft rust-resistant cargo bed and large 12" x 5" turf drive tires; allow you to move a variety of things without damaging your lawn. Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 82 volts. Nominal voltage is 72. *Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 82-volts. The nominal voltage is 72. **Run time, charge time and output capacity may be affected by conditions."
  • California residents
  • Up to 3 hours (180 minutes) run time with a fully charged 2.0 Briggs & Stratton 82-Volt MAX Lithium-ion battery (not included)
  • 3.7 cu. ft. rust resistant cargo bed capacity
  • Fold away steel hitch for towing up to speeds of 6 mph
  • Quick release lever dumps cargo bed contents effortlessly
  • Reinforced steel frame and heavy duty transmission with two forward and reverse speed options for lasting durability and ease of use
  • Self-propelled with 2 forward and reverse speed options
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Handle MaterialSteelSteelComfort Grip
Wheel MaterialRubberRubberRubber
Wheel Size (in.)121334.2
Bin MaterialPlasticMetalPlastic
Tire TypePneumatic TiresFlat-Free TiresPneumatic Tires
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
53 in
Product Height (in.)
43
Product Width (in.)
26 in
Wheel Size (in.)
12

Details

Bin Material
Plastic
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
3.7 cu ft
Color
Red
Features
Dump Cart
Handle Material
Steel
Number of Wheels
2
Product Weight (lb.)
88 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Tire Type
Pneumatic Tires
Weight Capacity (lb.)
220 lb
Wheel Material
Rubber

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

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Hi, how many watts is the motor's power?

Asked by Glen August 12, 2020
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Where do you get battery and charger and what is cost?

Asked by Booboo August 6, 2020
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Why doesn’t Home Depot list the exact battery and charger that goes with it? Can someone guide m...

Asked by BC July 7, 2020
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Sure, here's a link, hopefully you'll be satisfied with that thing because I sure wasn't. https://www.homedepot.com/b/Outdoors-Outdoor-Power-Equipment-Replacement-Engines-Parts-Replacement-Parts-Outdoor-Power-Batteries-Chargers/Snapper-XD/N-5yc1vZbxd3Z1z0kgzd?storeSelection=3859,6931,3824,3809,3804&experienceName=default

Does this have a braking system?

Asked by BC July 7, 2020
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No.

Would you recommend this for hauling horse manure down a short hill? How much is the battery and...

Asked by Bc June 28, 2020
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This utility cart should be fine to use for that particular purpose as long as you keep some things in mind. The loading/weight capacity for this cart is 220 pounds. We do not recommend using the utility cart on a slope greater than 16.7 degrees, especially when loaded. You will want to exercise caution when going up and down the slope/hill and make sure that you do not park the cart directly on the slope as well. You can find the Briggs & Stratton 82V 2.0 Ah battery (model number 1760266) here: https://thd.co/2K3c80y, the 82V 4.0 Ah battery (model 1760265) here: https://thd.co/3eJ3YYJ, and the 82V battery charger (model 1760263) for those batteries here: https://thd.co/2V5psIa

Can you ONLY use the 2.0 briggs and stratton lithium battery? I can't seem to purchase one unless...

Asked by LawnGuysWife June 18, 2020
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Thanks for the answer, but the problem is that the batteries are out of stock and can't be purchased separately from available tool kits. Disappointing. I didn't purchase this product because of this issue.

what is the warranty?

Asked by sam June 3, 2020
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The Snapper XD 82V utility cart (model 1696858) has a 5-year warranty time frame that starts from the date of purchase. The warranty covers manufacturing defects and/or workmanship. It does not cover damage caused by improper use or abuse, improper maintenance or repair, or normal wear and tear. For any warranty consideration for this utility cart itself, you would need to take it to an authorized Snapper service dealer for a diagnostic inspection. If a manufacturing defect is found to be the cause of the problem, then they will file a warranty claim on your behalf.

I read in the operations manual that you have to hold down the thumb paddle to keep it moving.......

Asked by brush4hire April 26, 2020
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That will depend on your personal situation. While the button is not very difficult to press down on, if you plan on moving this cart a long distance which would require you to hold down for a while, or use it for long periods of time, then it may start to affecting your thumb (depending on how bad your arthritis is).

What is the inside dimensions of the cart, lenghth, width, height?

Asked by Frank April 18, 2020
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Because there is a slight angle on the front of the unit to aid when emptying the unit, the cargo bed of this utility cart will have two different length dimensions, one at the top of the cargo bed and one at the bottom. With that in mind, the cargo bed for the Snapper 82V utility cart has the follow dimensions: 26" length at bottom, 37" length at top, 18" width, and 11.5" height.

how do I order parts

Asked by HomeDepotCustomer January 12, 2020
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That will depend on the specific part(s) you are looking for. While there may be some select parts that can be ordered on Home Depot's website, more than likely, most parts will have to be purchased elsewhere. We recommend working with a local Snapper dealer for purchasing anything you can't find on Home Depot's website. You can find a dealer locator on Snapper's website. You can also use the model number for this 82V utility cart, model 1696858. to download an illustrated parts list (to help you identify the part numbers for specific parts) from off the Snapper website as well. If you need additional assistance, don't hesitate to contact our customer support center at 800-743-4115.

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Great idea, lousy execution My property has a hill and pushing a wheelbarrow full of anything up ...
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Great idea, lousy execution My property has a hill and pushing a wheelbarrow full of anything up it is no fun. When I spotted this I put it in my cart and bought it in time for mulching season. I ordered 10 yards of mulch and was looking forward to the job being easier this year with this cart... it wasn't, this cart sucks. The biggest problem is it lasted a whopping 3 hours before it died. I didn'y even get to tackle the hill! The expensive battery that didn't come with the cart still had 3 bars left, the power gauge was still green, the cart just wouldn't move. I thought a quick call to Snapper and they'd be able to tell me how to resurrect it. Wrong! After being on hold for >15 minutes, I finally talked to a person at Briggs & Stratton, who, although very nice, was also very unhelpful. I knew more about the product than she did. After answering 20 questions I was told to take it to a Snapper dealer. This really wasn't a good option, so I tried turning it off, it wouldn't turn off, but it wouldn't move either. I pulled the "key" and then reinserted it, it went off, but when it powered back on, although having the power switch off, no go. I pulled the battery, and recharged it, still no propulsion. This cart sucks. When it did work, it had a bunch of annoying quirks, I think the corporate legal team had a lot of influence in the design. The "throttle is a thumb lever, but you have to press another different button before the throttle will work, sort of a "pre-throttle" apparently for your own protection. The cart has three other switches, a power switch, a forward/reverse switch and a fast/slow speed switch, each covered in a transparent rubber cover. The result of this thick rubber cover is you can't see the switch clearly and the tactile feedback is non existent. When it did work, the "fast" speed was too slow. I can't imagine using the slow speed. The "throttle" really doesn't have much variation in speed, it's more a go switch. The position of the forward/reverse switch is in an inconvenient location, somewhere closer to the throttle would have been better. I had to maneuver the cart to get it in place to dump the mulch so forward/reverse was a frequent selection, so bending down and pressing the rubber cloaked switch hoping it was in the position I wanted and then pressing the throttle, and nothing happening because I forgot to press the "pre throttle" switch was an annoyance that was really wearing on me. The cart did a good job of transporting mulch. The pneumatic tires are mildly knobby and had good traction on the damp lawn. The dump feature is another aspect that fails to perform. The mechanism to dump is okay, problem is the dump cart doesn't tilt far enough forward, so only about half of the contents come out of the cart. You have to bend down and scrape the remaining 50% by hand, every time. So I have a expensive self propelled cart that doesn't dump well that doesn't propel itself, and I have 10 yards of mulch to spread, and rain is coming. Snapper's less than helpful advice is take it to an authorized Snapper dealer and maybe they can figure out what's wrong. So I have to push against the dead motor to try and spread as much mulch as I can before it starts raining, this cart sucks. I know things break sometimes, when they do it's the support you get that makes or breaks a product. Here, Snapper/Briggs & Stratton was abysmal. This dud is going back to Home Depot.
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Thank you for your review. Your feedback is important to us and will help us to continue to improve our products to be the best out there for our customers. This utility cart (model 1696858) does have a 5-year warranty time frame and the batteries and charger have a 2-year warranty time frame. For any warranty consideration the product in question will have to taken to an authorized Snapper service dealer for a warranty inspection. If a manufacturing defect is found they can file a warranty claim on your behalf.
The Snapper XD 3.7 cubic foot, 82 volt, utility cart makes hauling anything easier. As a middle a...
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The Snapper XD 3.7 cubic foot, 82 volt, utility cart makes hauling anything easier. As a middle aged man this utility cart makes hauling much easier. No more lifting wheel barrels all around. The cart does all the work for you. Looking at the controls you have an on/off button, a slow or fast button, you also have a forward and reverse button. There is a button above the thumb throttle that is a safety, you have to push that button in order to use the throttle. You get 30 seconds and then the safety engages. Its a feature that you have to get used to. The cart also has the ability to dump. Just grab the handle and pull in the locking lever and dump! It dumps pretty easily with a load of topsoil. The cart is very stable considering it only has three wheels. I found that when the cart is empty and the grass is wet the tires sometime spin. Not a big deal but I wanted to mention it. There is also a lock on the rear tire to keep the cart in place. Indicator lights near the thumb throttle let you know your battery level. Using the rapid charger and battery made by Briggs and Stratton (sold separately) you can be all recharged and ready to go in 30 minutes. This cart also has the ability to connect to your lawn tractor using the attached arm. The arm stores away till needed. Overall this cart makes my landscaping jobs easier and that's awesome!
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Oh YES! Wow this Snapper Battery operated cart is so helpful! If your an outside enthusiast and...
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Oh YES! Wow this Snapper Battery operated cart is so helpful! If your an outside enthusiast and spend all day gardening, planting, mulching, moving sod, moving rocks, carrying firewood, etc then this is the cart for you. I have a pull wagon which was convenient but this is so much more helpful. It's made well, has a fast and slow speed, goes forward and backwards, quick release lever to dump contents, has a break petal, 3.7 cu ft and 82 volt battery. The battery and charger are sold separately. We have used this for the past two days, run time was about 3 hours and still had life left in the battery but we decided to charge for today's workload. We have a lot of property with slopes and it worked very well. Slows a little going up hill and gets away a little when going down hill (just like a car) but gets the job done. The brake really needs to be pushed quite hard to engage. Easy to dump with the quick release lever. The throttle lever is conveniently located. There is a steel hitch for towing that folds away when not in use. The tires are 12" by 5" turf tires. There is a lock out button that times out when you stop, just push it and it will go again. The battery charged quickly, easy to insert and take out. Being self propelled makes it easier to maneuver. This is convenient for anyone to use (especially for us as we are getting older) but would be especially useful for senior citizens to continue to be active outside, gardening , landscaping, carrying wood etc. We are loving it.
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I have had it for three days now. It’s moved...
I have had it for three days now. It’s moved 10,000 pounds of river rock down a steep hill already. Slips on gravel going up hill unloaded. 2.0 battery lasts about 4 hours. Overall awesome piece of equipment.
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Box dropped in driveway. No notice from driver it was...
Box dropped in driveway. No notice from driver it was coming. Plain view of street. Big oil stain in box under motor. Already scratched in bed. Tires were flat. No way to inflate
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So far has hauled 20 yards of mulch wools great....
So far has hauled 20 yards of mulch wools great.
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Not as heavy duty as I would like, but good...
Not as heavy duty as I would like, but good for light yard work. Very easy to control.
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I have a small barn and I'm 56 years old. Going up and down the hill in back of the barn was kill...
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I have a small barn and I'm 56 years old. Going up and down the hill in back of the barn was killing my back. I found this Snapper Power Wheelbarrow and was hoping it was as good as it looked. IT IS!!! I could not be happier. I have been using it for 3 weeks and it handles both hills great, even through the mud. I'll let you know how it handles the snow when we get some. It's easy to work and turns on a dime and has two speeds! I really love it. Heads up... when you order it, make sure you order the battery and the charger. They are sold separately. It is definitely worth the money.
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