The Deluxe Rolling Garden Seat with padded seat makes gardening and other chores around the yard more comfortable than ever. The swiveling seat lets you tend to your chores without getting up. A 4 1/2-in. T-handle turnbar provides steering while you are seated and a 24-in. T-handle turnbar offers easy pulling around your work area. You can even lean against the back rail for lumbar support. Features 10-in. pneumatic front and rear tires with smooth ball bearings. A wire basket on back, fabric tool pouches on rear rail and handy utility tray underneath provide additional storage. Heavy-duty welded steel tube frame can handle up to 400 lbs. Tub Capacity cu. ft. 0.116, Load Capacity lbs. 400, Dimensions L x W x H in. 39 1/2 x 21 1/2 x 32, Wheel Type Pneumatic, Tub Material Poly, Frame Material Steel tube, round, Axle Diameter in. 5/8, Wheel Size in. 10 x 3 1/2, Handle Type T-handle. Adjustable height seat swivels a full 360 for easy access to anything around you while remaining seated Automotive style ball bearing steering Includes a shorter 4 1/2-in. T-handle turnbar for steering while seated 24-in. T-handle turnbar for easy pulling from location to location with no bending 10-in. pneumatic front and rear tires feature ball bearings for smooth rolling on any terrain Back rail offers lumbar support Fabric tool pouches and built-in drink holders offer convenient storage A wire basket on back and handy utility tray underneath provide additional storage 400-lb. capacity heavy-duty welded steel tube frame 39 1/2 in. L x 21 1/2 in. W x 32 in. H
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Customer Reviews for Deluxe Rolling Garden Seat with Easy Change Turnbars
Review 1 for Deluxe Rolling Garden Seat with Easy Change Turnbars
July 13, 2013
from Virginia Beach, VA
"Bought this for my wife and she is happy with it. That's worth 5 stars right there.
Other nice points: the tool tray under the seat is large enough to hold a hand trowel or small pair of garden shears (although if you lower the seat height all the way down, the seat post will intrude into the storage area, although it doesn't actually contact the tool tray.,
The cushioned seat and the tool pouches are a nice touch also.
Take off 1 star for the laughable assembly instructions: half a dozen scribbled illustrations (a 5-year old child could have drawn them better) and text that doesn't match the drawings and barely resembles the reality of the assembly process. The only good news about the assembly is that a reasonably competent handyman won't NEED instructions for something this simple. But a novice might be in trouble.
Take off another star for the "400 lb" weight limit. There is absolutely NO WAY this thing would be usable with that much weight on it, assuming the small-diameter, thin-wall tubing didn't just fold up under the weight. 200# would be a more reasonable load. And even under that load (50% of stated maximum), steering while sitting on it is flat-out impossible, even on smooth, flat concrete - don't even try it on grass or gravel.
Don't get me wrong. I'm sure my wife will get lots of use out of it in our garden - she doesn't weight 400#, after all! But I like to buy stuff that is WAY better (stronger, more power, etc, etc) so as not to ever come close to an item's limits, much less exceed those limits.
For example, I buy 400#-rated ladders, when I only weigh 220. That way, with only moderate care, I'll never have a chance of wearing out the ladder, much less exceeding it's limits. Not the case with this cart, I fear.
Other dings, though not bad enough to take off a star:
The "rear basket" is tiny and flimsy - you will NOT be putting your garden harvest in there. It's barely big enough for a few tomatoes or peppers, and I seriously doubt it would hold more than 5 to 10 lbs of weight, so you won't be using it to anchor a large basket.
The tires were flat when I took them out of the box. Not the end of the world (after all, everyone in the world has an air compressor, right? Well, good thing I do...). But when was the last time you bought ANYTHING with pneumatic tires and they weren't aired up at the factory? How hard is that?
Lastly, the packaging was a joke: just a big cardboard box with everything tossed into it loose - NO padding/packaging materials beyond a few plastic bags and the odd piece of bubble wrap here and there.
What's the bottom line? Even with all the caveats, I would still recommend this to others. It gets the job done at a reasonable price.
Just don't expect the world, and make SURE that you (or a friend/neighbor/relative/etc) can assemble something like this using just common sense -without needing clear, step-by-step instructions."
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