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Can handle up to 300 lbs. of weight. Very thick and durable plastic. Casters allow the bucket dolly to rotate easily in a full circle. Casters have brakes. Does not overturn easily.
The casters on this bucket have a tendency to fall off if you lift the bucket to move it.
Made from powder coated steel. Wheels roll well. Heavy-duty weight. Design gives this dolly a lot of function. Good size on the casters. Easy to assemble and clean.
These casters do not have locks and will always free-roll.
Casters stay in place. Includes metal tighteners to help secure your bucket. Good quality on the construction. A versatile bucket dolly that you can use to carry a variety of things.
Some versions of this bucket arrive with plastic screws for bucket tightening, rather than the metal screws pictured.
Thick steel construction. Big tires can roll over rough terrain. Easy to move when the buckets are full – even with just one hand. Great for gardening. Moves dirt and tools well. Versatile.
If you want to take it on the go, the bucket buddy does not fold for storage.
Holds your bucket sturdy. Can help you pull a bucket up stairs or over a curb. Handle telescopes to 36" height. Easy to use. Great for carrying small propane tanks. Foot brake on the wheels.
Only designed to hold about 85 lbs., which is less than some other dollies.
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A bucket dolly is a simple way to keep your materials nearby while you work or clean. There are 2 primary types of bucket dollies: those with 4 wheels designed for moving frequently and 2-wheeled designs that often have a handle for covering farther distances. Most dollies carry one 5-gallon bucket, but some of the larger handled-dollies can carry two 5-gallon buckets. Each dolly has a different weight capacity, so make sure the dolly you select is up for the job. The wheels or casters are a major factor in the dolly’s ease of use and transportation. Some dollies do not have locking wheels, meaning you’ll need to stick to level surfaces.