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WheelEasy LE

If you only have a small garden shed, a wheelbarrow can be a pretty big investment in space — but the WheelEasy LE collapsible cart from Allsop offers the functionality of a wheelbarrow for a fraction of the storage space.

Use the WheelEasy to handle such tasks as weeding, spreading mulch, moving gravel or rocks, catching pruned branches, transporting shrubs, or even raking leaves. The WheelEasy can save your back, too, because you can place the basin on the ground and rake leaves right into it. And you don’t need to lift shovel after shovel of gravel waist-high either — simply slide the gravel into the basin while it’s on the ground, and lift the handles when you’re ready to move.

Allsop makes the 3-cubic-foot basin from vinyl-coated, 1,000-point denier nylon, which supports up to 150 lbs. You can clean the fabric basin with a hose or a wet rag.  The rubber pneumatic tire handles most surfaces you’ll find around the yard, and the heavy-duty steel frame is powder-coated to resist corrosion. The entire cart weighs just 15 pounds and collapses for easy storage.

If you shop around you can find the WheelEasy LE for around $35, but if you go retail expect to pay $60.

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3 Responses to Folding Yard Cart Challenges The Wheelbarrow

  1. eschoendorff says:

    I’m sorry… but anyone who owns this needs to turn in their man card.

  2. chudez says:

    i’m sure that once upon a time, hundreds of years ago when the wheelbarrow was invented, macho guys manhandling large loads made the same comment; “anyone who owns a wheelbarrow needs to turn in their man card.”


  3. Donny B says:

    eschoendorff all tools that are used whether you like them or not…

    are COOL……..

    One day you look at a tool and say that is not going to work……

    The next Day you ahve this neet thing called a “Hammer”
    Not manly when all other are using rocks HUH!!!!!!!!!
    get off the testosterone….. go to the shop ……………….and BUILD that is cool..

    I bet all those that have small gardens in the city with limited space would love to have on of these for weeding or planting.

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