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5 Cubic Feet Wheel Barrow Portable Cement Concrete Mixer

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  • Drum Capacity(Cubic Feet): 5 Motor(HP):0.5
  • Batch Output(lbs): 275 Batch capacity Bags:1
  • Drum Diameter(in): 24 Discharge Outlet Height(in): 8
  • Unit can be disassembled in 1 minute for fast transport
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.1 pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB000NWQ888
Best Sellers Rank #183,996 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight135 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMarch 2, 2007
  
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Product Description

-Mix Concrete yourself and save on high delivery charges.Compact and easy to move to the job sight. - Wheel Size(in): 10x2.5 Acceptable Voltage: 110~120V/60HZ 220~240V/50HZ - Horizontal portable concrete mixer features Wheelbarrow type multimixer - Mix all types of construction materials in complete confidence.

Customer Reviews

Excellent customer service and a very good item for home improvements.
CBD
I've mixed about a dozen batches of concrete so far and this mixer has worked great.
Melinda Molnar
Assembly instructions were a bit lacking, but assembly was straight forward.
Steven C. Mclatchy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Steven C. Mclatchy on September 14, 2009
Assembly instructions were a bit lacking, but assembly was straight forward. Sturdy unit. The barrel can be detached easily for cleaning. First job with it, I made a footing using 23 bags of ready-mix cement, mixing 2 bags at a time, and going from stop to finish. Motor and transmission got warm, but it worked flawlessly. Consistent 22 to 24 RPMs, even under load. Low center of gravity close to the wheels makes it easy to pour cement where you want it. Agitates the material completely. Great for home projects. Would not be heavy duty enough for commercial use, but for any home projects, it is more than up to the task. Compared to hand mixing, this unit earned its worth after the first 10 or 12 bags of ready mix. The shipping box has plenty of padding and mine was shipped to me in a double box, which gave it great protection. An adjustable wrench and a slotted screwdriver were the only tools needed.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By CBD on December 17, 2008
I ordered the cement mixer and it was delivered promptly. It is actually more heavy duty than we expected for the price. There was some hidden damage inside one of the internal boxes. The customer service was very quick to replace the part damaged in shipping. We hooked it up and it seems to run just fine. Excellent customer service and a very good item for home improvements. Thank You I would buy again from your company.
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Jaroslaw Aniszewski on August 13, 2010
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I was attracted to the concept of the dual use of this device being wheelbarrow and and concrete mixer. As always with "Jacks of all trades" it is a master of none.
If I was buing one again, I would go for a full height mixer and use a good wheel-barrow to move the concrete around. The wheels are so narrow that moving it with a load on grass, dirt anything uneven is impossible. I replaced them with bigger pneumatic wheels and it helped a lot but a regular wheel barrow is better. The bottom back supports make it impossible to avoid spilling concrete all the way to the destination.
The second big problem is related to the emptying of the mixer. It is great for pouring footings etc. but when it goes into anything above ground level it is impossible to empty it completely. I had to dump the concrete on a piece of plywood and shovel it.

It appears a great idea at the first glance, but traditional design would work better.
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Michael L. Skala on October 23, 2009
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I am a licensed Electrical Contractor. I found that 60lb ready-mix is easier to pour bags of Ready-Mix into the Drum. Pouring cement is very easy.

The Drum is held to the motor by a single "T-Bolt, Washer, and Lock washer". Hand tightening of the "T- Bolt" is not sufficient. I found it convenient to use a "T-Bar"; normally used to turn off in-ground Water Main Valves. I don't have to reach into the Drum to tighten or loosen the "T-Bolt" and I better torque it so that it does not loosen while mixing.

I reversed the Bolts and Nuts holding the tins so that it will be easier to remove the Drum Tins later with a socket wrench. Also this installation will prevent wearing to the nuts. Mike
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Little Old Lady on November 16, 2011
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Design is badly balanced; most of the 130 lb weight is on the handles, so all of that has to be lifted to move the mixer and it is difficult to steer, much less tip under control, since the wheels are not under the center of weight, yet it is called a "wheel barrow" mixer. The problems of lifting the weight and controlling it would be much worse when 200+ pounds of concrete are added, especially while tipping it into a hole. And many people advise leaving the drum turning while emptying a mixer in order to clear out the drum more thoroughly but that could spell disaster with this mixer, given the previously mentioned problems.

Amazon did approve a return based on those reasons but the seller recouped their cost by shorting me on the refund and got the machine back, too! How? By taking a restock fee (not mentioned ANYWHERE in their policies) AND insisting that the buyer pay shipping both ways - a whopping $228!!!! To their credit, Amazon is investigating the seller's policies and may make up the difference. Note: it was in pristine condition when it was returned (it was so unwieldy I never used it) and I packed it much better for the return than they did (the motor had broken through its box from tossing around in the drum).

As others have mentioned, the instructions are not worth using; the photos on the listing are more helpful, as is common sense. And some of the nuts and bolts had burrs and were difficult to thread.

If you think you want this machine but are not absolutely certain, learn from my mistake and buy it at a local retailer so you can return it if need be.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Darkkhorse on July 22, 2011
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A previous comment was how worthless the instructions were. Amen. Look at the pictures and try to figure out the holes.

After giving up on the instructions I did wing it with better results. When I started using it there was great disappointment because the T-bar came undone about every four minutes ... never getting it tight enough to stay and great fears it was going to fall apart. I went and got a lock washer and with a bar device cinched it down. I mixed 50 bags of redi-mix immediately after that and it still hasn't come loose.

Instructions say to leave the drum rotating when you pour the bag in. Couldn't do it. Turned it off, poured the bag, and it started fine.

Is a real pain if you're not doing a ground pour. I built a temp stand, elevated the mixer, and poured into a bucket. Worked fair. Need to turn off the mixer to dump it and scrape it out with a scraper. But it would have been far worse if I was doing it by hand.

Worked pretty good when doing a ground pour. The problems there were just me.

Worth the cost? Yes. It did surprise me how quiet and how quickly it mixed. Worth it not just for finally getting my wall in and so quickly, but because the mixer really did ease my job. If mine broke now, problems and all, I'd buy it again. I think mine already paid for itself.
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