Water-resistant canvas bag can be closed to protect contents from rain and snow. Lightweight and easy to pack up into a car trunk or backseat. Easy to set up, with no assembly required. Can take up and down even longer stairwells in condos or apartment buildings.
Some taller users would like to see the handles extend higher. Very heavy items on the bottom may cause bag to sag.
Only assembly is attaching two larger wheels, which doesn't require tools. Folds up to store, and is compact enough for even smaller car trunks. Users with bad backs have called this a lifesaver, thanks to its ease of use. They also love the cushioned grip.
Doesn't go up and down stairs as easily as some other models. Wheels may also get stuck in rough terrain with a heavy load.
The sizable basket has the capacity to hold several gallons of milk along with the rest of the groceries. Big wheels get up the stairs easily. They won't damaged by uneven terrain. Users also like it to transport large loads of laundry.
At 15 lbs., cart weighs a bit more than some other models. Since front wheels don't swivel, is sometimes hard to navigate some corners.
Over a dozen patterns and colors available so the trendy shopper can look good while still toting up to 150 lbs. Can be used as a dolly when bag is removed. Even steep stairs are easy to get up and down while pulling heavy loads.
Have to make sure the wheels are snapped on securely once assembled, or they may fall off.
Easy to assemble when directions are followed. Folds down and stores flat when not needed. Consumers report that the cart will last for years if used correctly. Can load several bags into the cart, allowing the reduction of trips from car to house.
Front wheels only go straight ahead instead of swiveling. Runs a bit heavier than some other carts. Some users report problems with bent cotter pins.
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