Best Choice Products Dual-Wheel Utility Garden Cart for Lawn, Gardening, Construction

  • MULTIPURPOSE GARDEN CART: Deep wheelbarrow holds up to 5 cubic feet of soil, bricks, mulch, gravel, and more, so you can conveniently carry out landscaping and other home improvement projects
  • 2-WHEEL DESIGN: Built with inflatable, 14-inch rubber wheels for a sturdy build that makes it easy to steer the cart on various terrains
  • VERSATILE HANDLEBAR: Thick, padded handlebar doubles as a stand for idle use and makes moving the wheelbarrow easy and comfortable
  • DURABLE COMPOSITION: This heavy-duty yard work essential is crafted with a plastic bin and powder-coated steel frame that prevents breakdown and wear for long-lasting use
  • EASY STORAGE: A compact profile combined with easy tipping action allows you to seamlessly store this wheelbarrow upright in your garage or garden shed; OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 58″(L) x 27.5″(W) x 26″(H); Weight Capacity: 330 lbs.

“I loved the great quality of this wheelbarrow at a fair price!!! I purchased this economical, full sized wheelbarrow because of the size (5 cubit feet), the natural green color and the great price! I loved everything about this wheelbarrow except that I didn’t get to keep it. It was donated as seen for a fundraiser!” – Jeanne (Source: Amazon)

“Great lite duty wheel barrow for the price. I attached photos to show how I assembled and the tools I used. The instructions called for a screwdriver, wrench and needle nose pliers. I found that a 13mm wrench worked well. I added the rubber mallet for gentle encouragement to get the tubes to line up and the standard pliers for holding the axle while splitting the pins.The best thing was using the bench vise to hold the frame at the right angle to attach the basin. You could probably have someone hold it if you don’t have a vise. I hand tightened all the bolts to get the assembly completed and then put it face down on the ground to fully tighten down. I tried to avoid the urge to over-tighten the bolts, especially on the plastic basin.Even with figuring out the best way to assemble, it still took 2 minutes less than the 30 the instructions suggested. Good luck and happy gardening.” – PL (Source: Amazon)

“Good for light to medium use. I’m writing this after a few months of use as to give an accurate review. I used this to move equipment, sod, and dirt while sodding a 800 sq ft yard. The cart’s frame is sturdy and did great for my small project. The barrel is made of a cheaper plastic material so I’m not sure how it would hold up with heavy material since it started to stretch a bit with what I was hauling. The tires were easy to pump since it used a standard bike pump. The only suggestion I would make is during assembly put the cart on its side to place wheels. Also make sure the wheels are in correct side before you put the cotter pin. I put one of the wheels in the wrong position and ended up having to manipulate the pin once I placed wheel on right. So my only gripe would be to have an extra set of cotter pins from company. The cart has about 2 feet of usable space. Overall it works awesome but if you’re looking to do a heavy job I would suggest a metal wheel barrel.” – Bralyee10 (Source: Amazon)

“Great for light yard work. Ready to assemble, light weight wheelbarrow. I wouldn’t use it for heavy duty work, but it’s great as a personal yard tool. Arrived with one wheel having somehow having a slice in one of the tires. Box was completely undamaged, so something happened before it was packed. With very little trouble they are sending me a new wheel to replace. I’m happy.” – Kenneth C. Miller (Source: Amazon)

“a quality product. I originally didn’t like this product, but I was wrong. It’s held up and does a great job of hauling material.” – Ian Clark (Source: Amazon)