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Gartenkarre Easy Go
Easy Go Cart is rated out of 5 by 53.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Steve from Don't waste your money! This product is terribly designed and a total waste of money: The ground clearance is so little that it is almost impossible to go over small bumps or uneven ground; The wheels are inset to the body and the axle length is very short, hence as soon as you put anything of any weight into it and hit a small bump, slightly uneven or sloping ground, or go round a corner, it tries to roll on it's side; and when it does so it is very nearly impossible to keep it upright because it's been designed with only one handle in the centre, so you can't easily correct the roll. It looks good, but that's where my praise ends - when it comes to practicality it is totally devoid. One to miss people!!
Date published: 2011-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by sudso from Incredible !!! Hubby's nick named it 'Truggle', it's only meant to deal with fairly light loads in the garden, but have we put it to the test !!! During the summer we've been doing some major hard landscaping, and have treated our Truggle bruataly. Filled 5 skips (28 sq ms) with soil and rubble !!! We didn't want to use an ordinary wheelbarrow up a plank to the skip, so we thought we'd try this, we'd just fill it up about 2 / 3rds of the way then roughly man handle it (really, we were not gentle with it) to the skip and together we'd lift and tip. It really is a fantasitc item for the garden and after what we've put it through we know under normal use it should last a lifetime.
Date published: 2011-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reluctant gardener from Superbly useful My daughter - who has one too - recommended this to me as being the best she had ever tried; and she was absolutely right. Light enough to handle even when full, and even for an elderly lady (me!), it is just so much more manageable than a standard wheelbarrow. I actually bought this to take the shopping from the car into the house as I can't lift heavy shopping bags easily any more, but having found how manoeuvreable it is to do shopping bags, I now use it instead of the heavier wheelbarrows around the garden, and it just never lets me down. I would heartily recommend this item to anyone contemplating a wheelbarrow-type purchase, every house should have one!
Date published: 2010-10-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gledders from Major disapointment I had a use for this bucket on wheels, ie moving compost from the bin around the garden and into the greenhouse. It looked ideal. The packaging indicated it was capable of carrying logs so the load was certainly not excessive. It lasted 15 yards before the wheel came off! The concept is good but the manufacturing quality is abysmal - there is no way the fixings on the axle could cope with the job. Great idea let down by poor build quality.
Date published: 2012-05-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by Eltanzuk from not the most useful idea yet but has possibilities This is a great concept but one which needs further adaptation- would like to see the wheels made of rubber or nylon- these 'plastic'(?) ones are not likely to live long - using the barrow on part concrete surface they grind and can see they will not last very long. The barrow has a tendency to tip backwards unless supported at the back- even once loaded- however it DOES not need as much room as a conventional barrow and it IS easier to use in that there's less bending to use it.I DO like being able to simply drag it behind me rather than usual w/barrow needs. I'm going to keep an eye on any improved versions as I would THEN recommend to a friend. I'd recommend now but would make them aware of the shortcomings I have found- they may not be an issue for them.
Date published: 2010-08-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by JKendall from Disappointing Don't be tempted to buy this if you have a split level garden and need to negotiate steps. It lasted less than an hour with such use, transporting logs. The wheels are too small, so the rear of the bin catches on steps, punching a hole in the base with very little effort. OK on the level, but not an effective wheelbarrow substitute. It's also fairly unstable when left upright on grass. A good idea but poorly designed.
Date published: 2013-11-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by Pinkspangles from Not as good as a wheelbarrow! Bought one for my allotment as it was lightweight. Unfortunately, it falls over unless it has something in it to weight it down, & it rocks from side to side when moving due to only having a central handle. It's ok on even ground - like the patio or bowling green lawn, but no good on the veggie plot! Mine now lives in the shed with potting compost in & I've bought a wheelbarrow instead.
Date published: 2011-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by lawrence6332 from Does the job at a good price Composter assembled in less than 5 minutes (having first read the instructions). What I like is the capacity - larger than the usual cylindrical composters, but with a smaller and more convenient footprint. I have never found the low level access doors to be useful on any composter - but that's okay since I just ignore those on this model - and the bright orange handle invites attention rather than allowing it to blend into the background - but I sprayed mine with black paint. The quibbles are minor but are the main reason for awarding a Good rating rather than an Excellent one. I would definitely recommend this to anyone as keen on composting as I am.
Date published: 2013-06-09