Neuton 22721 12-Volt 2-Speed Self-Propelled Battery-Powered Electric 5-Cubic Foot Garden Cart with 200-Pound Capacity (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Heavy-Duty Construction; Polyethylene has more impact strength than steel and will never rust
- Haul up to 200 pounds of tools and plants; topsoil and compost; wood and paving stones
- Dual motors and transmissions; maintenance-free, powerful motors drive each rear wheel independently
- Rechargeable battery will deliver a full day's work on a single charge
- Two forward speeds and powered reverse
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With its dual-motor, battery powered motion, the Neuton Garden Cart #22721 takes the brunt out of heavy hauling. No longer will you have to deal with the strain of pushing an overloaded wheelbarrow yourself. With its five-cubic-foot cargo bed and 200-pound weight limit, this cart is ideal for hauling anything from fertilizer to firewood. The cart can carry a maximum of 150 pounds on slopes up to 20 feet.
The Neuton Garden Cart features a weight-forward design, so dumping your haul is no sweat. And thanks to its heavy-duty polyethylene frame, the cart can take more direct impact than steel and will never rust.
Adding to the cart's many features, a built-in tool tray with hooks and slots lets you keep items such as small tools, gloves, and a water bottle on hand while you work.
Easy Maneuvering in Confined or Slippery Areas
The nimble Neuton Garden Cart #22721 boasts dual forward speeds and powered reverse so you can maneuver easily in tight quarters, on hills, and through highly landscaped yards.
When you turn the cart, its two wheel-drive motors auto-respond by slowing the inside wheel, allowing you to get around obstacles with greater ease. When you're ready to back up, the powered reverse comes to your aid like a second set of hands. And the powered wheels always keep you moving, even when navigating through loose soil or up hills. For additional support, the cart's low center of gravity helps keep it stable, while its enhanced-traction tires provide extra security.
Low-Maintenance, Rechargeable Design for Long-Term Use
The cart's rechargeable battery gives you hours of use per day, while its low-maintenance design gives you years of easy operation. To recharge, simply plug the cart into any standard outlet. The power supply is designed for maximum efficiency--just press the Power Pad to go, and let go to stop.
Featuring a sealed transmission that is lubricated for life, the low-maintenance Neuton Garden Cart requires no greasing or adjustments, so you waste little time on upkeep.
And to further enhance the cart's capabilities, you can add side rails to increase capacity or a leaf catcher for hauling large, lightweight loads.
What's in the Box
Neuton 12-Volt 2-Speed Self-Propelled Battery Powered Electric 5-Cubic Foot Garden Cart with 200-Pound Capacity #22721, rechargeable battery, charger
The Neuton #22721's large five-cubic-foot cargo bed is ideal for carting mulch, firewood, grain, and more.
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
So I am buying a new one... and maybe I'll be more careful - but probably not - this thing is a beast and worth every penny. Today I autopsied it and was really impressed with craftsmanship. The gears were gone.
Pros - like having a helper that always shows up on time and works. It hauls with amazing stamina. The battery is great - never had it go down on me. The craftmanship makes you proud to buy american - if Neutron ever builds an electric car - put me down for one. The phone support is really good - friendly folks who have pride.
Cons - never found a reason for reverse on a wheelbarrow - or two speeds. The charger is flaky sometimes, and I've had to rewire the ignition when I left it out in the rain too many times. I wish they sold parts in my area.
First, let me say that assembling the unit is easy. The directions are written really well. You've got to love people who color code the packets of fasteners for each task (adding the wheels, the drive shaft, the handle, etc). I only wish these people wrote assembly instructions for everything. It was clear to me immediately when I started putting the cart together that this is a quality product. Everything fits perfectly, the pictures are clear and the directions are easy to understand, even for someone like me who is not very tool savvy. Then you charge the unit for about 6 hours and you're ready to go.
So far I have taken a load of 50 lb bags of feed to the barn (slid them out of the car right into the cart), loaded a big heavy tree stump by tipping the cart on its nose and leveraging the stump in there without having to lift it (which I couldn't do), then taking it to the back 40 to dump. I've also loaded and transported three cartfuls of dirt to a new garden bed (and love the ability to easily dump the contents where I want it). Tomorrow I'll be mulching the yard using the cart and have purchased the side rails so it will hold more per load (I want to get my 200 lbs worth on each trip :). I'd dreaded all these projects and put them off until I could get help, but now I can manage them easily myself. I'm really pleased with this purchase. I feel almost guilty at how easy these tasks are now.
A couple of things to be aware of.Read more ›
Since according to the specs on page 19 of the user manual* (page 24 of the pdf)it says that it will haul 150# (68kg) up a 20 degree slope which is 36.4 foot rise in 100 feet (tan 20deg = 36.4):
"Of course, before you use your Cart again, you should change how you are using your Cart. Try reducing the load. Keep under 200 pounds (90 kilograms) on level surfaces; no more than 175 pounds (79 kilograms) on a 10° slope; and no more than 150 pounds (68 kilograms) on a 20° slope.
Don't drive straight up slopes; move up and down a slope at less of an angle. Keep out of loose or muddy terrain, which can cause the wheels to spin freely or even stop spinning while power is still being supplied to the motor; drive on more solid ground.
All these tips help keep the fuse from shutting down.
If the fuse continually trips while you are using your Cart under normal conditions, [...]
or from their website:
"Capacity (weight): 200 lbs. on level surfaces and up to 150 lbs.
on moderate slopes up to 20°"
The Neuton should have ran up a 20 foot rise in 100 feet with over a 100lb load with ease -
Instead - if I put more than 75# of firewood in it - the cut-out breaker trips in the first few seconds. And I must find a way to hold it on the hill for about a minute until it resets and I can help push it up the rest of the way to the backyard.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought one back in 2008 and the wife loved it. Biggest problem is that they quit making it three years ago (2012) and now you can't get parts ... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mowerman
This is a pretty good idea, but it has multiple flaws. As others have pointed out, you have to stoop over to drive it, and it doesn't tilt up enough to really dump anything out. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charles Hall
Have owned this cart for 8 years and found it to be a great helper. I have always followed the directions and it has had no problems but the tires. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Montana Grandma
Have had this cart for several years. Very good for the price. Hauls everything I put in it from mulch to firewood. Sufficient power for an entry-level electric wheelbarrow. Read morePublished on May 5, 2013 by beverly
I move three cords of hardwood yearly, one piece at a time, and am entering my sixth year of service. Read morePublished on December 10, 2011 by cuttinfool
This is my first and probably my last purchase. I was not happy with my purchase of a product that I have previous owned. Read morePublished on February 14, 2011 by rotten dawg
I have back/neck problems that are making it hard for me to do my daily barn chores, which are: carrying hay to the horses and picking up the manure from two horses and one mini... Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by SUJEKA
Perfect gift for an 80 year old woman who is very active and tends to multiple gardens in her retirement community. Read morePublished on December 30, 2010 by GEO
We have only owned this cart for about a month but so far we love it! We decided to build a large fire pit in our back yard right after we bought it. Read morePublished on October 14, 2010 by prall