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Best Choice Products Garden Cart Rolling Work Seat With Tool Tray Heavy Duty Gardening Planting New
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- Equipped with four 10 inch wheels for easy rolling
- Includes utility basket that can be used to hold gardening tools
- Constructed of a powder coated steel frame with a 300 lbs. weight capacity
- Solid steel axles allow for easy steering and mobility
- Overall Dimensions: 17.5”(L) X 33”(W) X 23”(H)
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Rolling Garden Cart Work Seat
This rolling work seat is built with a heavy-duty steel frame with durable solid steel wheel axles. The steel frame has a weight capacity of 300 pounds and the green powder coated finish exudes outdoor appeal.
All Terrain Mobility
The 10 inch diameter wheels and ample wheel clearance allows for easy mobility over any terrain. Our cart rolls effortlessly over every surface commonly found in a garden, including pavement, dirt, gravel or grass.
Weather Resistant Finish
The frame has a water and rust resistant green powder coated finish that can handle anything the weather throws at it. It is guaranteed to withstand the elements – whether rain or shine.
The contoured work seat provides ergonomic comfort and the utility basket can be used to hold gardening tools. This provides all day comfort and keeps your tools at arm’s reach.
Each of the items in our series of premium gardening tools has been produced to help carry out different gardening tasks. With six options to select from, you can add all you need to complete your garden tool collection.
Premium Gardening Tools
The time for flower-blooming is fast approaching, and we’ve got the perfect tools to help! Our collection of premium gardening tools was compiled to cater to a wide variety of gardening necessities, with the comfort of you and your plants in mind. We work closely with our manufacturer to ensure a multitude of high-quality steel gardening options that will contribute to a wonderful gardening experience for years to come. With options such as our Foldable Garden Kneeler and Seat, Dual-Wheel Garden Cart, and more, we aim to offer a variety of multifunctional gardening tools at the most affordable prices. Each of these items will allow you to maneuver around your garden free of hassle. Upgrade your gardening experience with Premium Gardening Tools by Best Choice Products!
Best Choice Products is proud to present this brand new Rolling Garden Work Seat. Feeling back pain after a whole day of taking care of your plants? This garden work seat is the answer to your prayers. It is equipped with four 10 inch wheels and a powder coated steel frame that will have you gardening with ease and comfort. Ideal for those with a garden of any size. It comes with a utility basket to keep your gardening tools in while you roll across your garden. This garden seat has a weight capacity of 300 lbs., making it accessible for most people to use. The solid steel axles allow for easy steering and mobility while you garden. This garden work seat will help you get the job done more efficiently and effectively. We purchase our products directly from the manufacturer, so you know you're getting the best prices available. NEW PRODUCT WITH FACTORY PACKAGING.SPECIFICATIONS:Overall Dimensions: 17.5”(L) X 33”(W) X 23”(H), Basket Dimensions: 4.5”(L) X 9.5”(W) X 8”(H),Tray Dimensions: 15.5”(L) X 17”(W) X 3”(H),Seat Dimensions: 13.25”(L) X 17”(W) X 7.5”(H),Weight: 33 lbs.PLEASE NOTE: Our digital images are as accurate as possible. However, different monitors may cause colors to vary slightly. Some of our items are handcrafted and/or hand finished. Color can vary and slight imperfections in the metal work are normal and considered evidence of the hand-finishing process, which adds character and authenticity to those items.
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Amazon offered the product for the best price, so I ordered it using my Prime membership. It arrived promptly. I realized when I first moved the box that my seat was not going to be a lightweight. And when I opened it, an exceedingly strong chemical smell poured out of the box. I mean, STRONG. I left the box open, outside, for the better part of a week, hoping for the smell to abate. It did, a little, but this may pose an issue for any person with chemical sensitivities. I believe the source of the odor is the rubber tires. It's been on the property for close to three weeks now and while fainter, it still smells.
A week after delivery, I finally had time to assemble it. We lost the directions that were included in the box, so I found a photo of the unit online. Assembly wasn't that difficult, but for someone with no mechanical aptitide, the instructions (which are nowhere to be found online) might be important. Most of the hardware is bolts, washers and locking nuts, sized so that it makes sense what belongs where. An assortment of ratchets and/or end wrenches and a phillips screwdriver will be needed for the job.
One thing to consider is how much the plastic black caddy area under the seat is wanted/needed. It is poorly and awkwardly designed, and an argument can be made for leaving it off. The brackets that hold it onto the tubular steel flex, and it just doesn't really fit on securely. I left mine on because it will only ever hold a small water bottle...if you are counting on using this space for serious storage, think again. The rear mounted basket is better constructed and far more useful, but smaller. I use a smartphone often for music while I work, and it safely holds this and some seed packets or other small objects away from the soil. The wire basket is made such that the gaps are relatively small, so things like hand clippers or 1/2" irrigation connectors can't fall through.
Finally it was time to try it out in the garden...I grow vegetables in many locations, so lifting and transporting this seat is required. It weighs 32 lbs. I can pick it up and carry it for some distance, but if it were any heavier it would really be no fun. I cannot always haul it by the drawbar in front because I can't have the wheels running over vine crops, but when that is not the case, the drawbar handle works well enough. Another caveat: if you pull the seat by the drawbar, the possibility exists of dumping out the items that are in the plastic caddy, depending on how tall a person is (the front wheels will be lifted off the ground, unless a person plans on stooping down to pull it). I wouldn't want to have to haul it long distances by the drawbar; it's an awkward motion that involves some bending while walking. The seat fits nicely on the rear rack of my ATV, and loads easily through the rear passenger doors of my old station wagon with the seats folded down.
Our garden rows are flat on top, with reasonably wide furrows. In the future, crops for which I plan to use this as a harvest device will have the rows designed with the seat in mind. What I hoped to achieve by purchasing it was to be able to move down the level furrows, and push or pull myself along with my feet while as I completed work in each area of the row, moving about 1.5' at a time. The seat works great for this, with a caveat: the soil must be fairly level, dry and firm. If any of those conditions are not met, the seat does not roll so easily. I had my very tall 200lb husband try it on the packed gravel driveway; he reported that it scooted along easily for him. I really liked how I was able to work in the seat. I could swivel and lean over forward, backward, sideways, letting me work fluidly while not remaining in just one position. Mobile seat yoga, if you will. The seat itself is comfortable and very stable. There is no need to get up to adjust directions; it is possible to move the drawbar handle while seated, in order to change direction by some degrees. The seat is mounted on a worm screw, and raises and lowers within about a 4" range.
Overall I am happy with the purchase and expect many years of use. I am unsure how the weight issue could be resolved without sacrificing overall quality of the seat. There is no one item on the market that functions perfectly for every gardening scenario; as long as it is used for appropriate applications I think this is a great thing to own and quite a back-saver.
The last step is to insert a washer and cotter pin at the base of the worm gear that moves the seat up and down. One problem - mine had no hole for the cotter pin. I took a small hose clamp and tightened it around the end to provide a type of stop for the seat.
As others have mentioned, the steerable wheels are not lubricated. I tried spray lithium grease but the fittings were so tight it would not penetrate fully, so I used standard 3 in 1 oil liberally applied and kept working the wheels back and forth until they moved fairly freely. I can see that this is going to need monthly oiling. Do this before starting to assemble anything, it's easier.
The instructions don't mention that the two hex bolts that attach the steering handle should not be tightened down completely or the steering handle will not work. Some slack is needed in the bolts to allow movement.
I used 12 mm, 13 mm (2), and 17 mm sockets and two socket handles with extensions for the wheels as the wheel nuts are recessed too far to get a wrench in there.
The brackets for the under seat shelf do not fit flush with the bars. They will work, but look funny as they are too small for the gap. The bracket for the basket on the back does not fit well and becomes distorted when tightening it enough so the basket doesn't wiggle.
At least it's built like a Chinese tractor and not a Russian tractor.