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Suncast LC1250D 15.5-Gallon Capacity Poly Rolling Lawn Cart

4.6 out of 5 stars 479 customer reviews
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  • 15-1/2-gallon capacity
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  • 7-inch wheels with metal axel
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Product Description

Color: Light Taupe

Suncast's 2 Wheel Garden Cart can be used to store and transport mulch, dirt and other outdoor items. It is lightweight and easy to use. It is made from durable resin construction and has a 15-1/2-gallon capacity. It has a telescoping handle for easy use and 7-inch wheels.

Product Information

Color:Light Taupe
Product Dimensions 20 x 22 x 34 inches
Item Weight 6.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 6.9 pounds
Department Bedroom
Manufacturer Suncast
ASIN B004I96S1Y
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Item model number LC1250D
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4.6 out of 5 stars 479 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,935 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
#11 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Gardening > Outdoor Carts > Garden Carts
#467 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Gardening > Watering Equipment

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Color: Light Taupe
I recently had surgery and am not allowed to do my regular lifting. I found this cart in a local store. It is lightweight and will hold a large sack of potting soil. Yes, I had to lift the potting soil into the cart, but I didn't have to tote it to the back yard! The cart is a little unstable when you are walking on uneven surfaces, since it only has 2 wheels and the cart bin is narrower at the bottom than at the top. But, I just take it slow and I haven't toppled it over yet.

I also have used it to relocate rocks to different places in my yard, a never ending task here in Texas. I found the cart to be handy for carrying bags of trash to the street. I am finding a lot of ways to get work/lifting done while still following my doctor's weight restrictions. Despite the minor problem with stability, I feel that for the money, this was a very good purchase.
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Color: Light Taupe
I bought this at another place (for $10 less than this one). Assembly was the handle only, which looked odd at first but was fine.
I have owned it for 3 years now. It is used daily over small rocks, bumps, and hard desert to dump lots of horse manure in a turn out area. It has never failed. We always fight over who gets this "bucket" as it is the best one and the wheels never come off. Unlike that nasty gorilla cart. UGH. It is a bit harder to pull thru sand in pens if it is real dry, but I didn't buy it for sand as much as dirt and gravel.

I like it so much that I just ordered two more from my local Mart of Walls for a site to store pick up. I highly recommend it as it pulls heavy piles of dry and wet horse poo every single day.

Maybe we will stop fighting over it. Now, who took my favorite pitch fork...??
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Color: Light Taupe
I have this cart and it is perfect for everything. When I am bringing all of the groceries from the car into the house, it is so much easier to load them into the cart and bring all of them in the house at one time. It works great in the yard too. I load up the bags of dirt into the cart and away I go. This cart is also great for picking up the limbs from the yard. Heck, I even use the cart inside of the house to pile up "junk" that I need to keep some place. I love this cart and I want another one before they are no longer available. Everything I like seems to become unavailable later on.

Well, I went online and googled in suncast.com, the manufacturer of the cart with the SKU #4436501891, model #1250. Suncast indicated that the cart could be purchased online from Walmart. So, I went to Walmart's website and had to go from page to page to page until I finally found the Suncast cart. It didn't do any good to try to search Walmart's website by just putting in the sku number or even putting in "suncast cart" and then hitting the search button. I had to go to garden and lawn section and search page after page after page until I finally found the cart for $29.00 and I could have it delivered to the Walmart in my town at no charge for transportation. Heck, I junped on it and ordered two of them and so far one of them has been delivered to the Walmart in my town but I am still waiting for the other cart to arrive. I love that I could put it on my Walmart card and I didn't have to pay transportation. By the way, I checked with TruValue where I bought the original cart on sale for $19.99 and they have hundreds of these carts in their warehouse but the price is now $45 each. I thought that was a little steep. Hope this additional info will help you.
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It is superior to a wheelbarrow for most of a homeowner's purposes. It is easier to navigate (it's pulled, not pushed), less tippy, less costly, lower-maintenance (no inflatable tire or rust-prone body), lighter (mostly plastic), less of a space hog, and less tiring (since none of the weight is borne by the shoulders).

I've used it for collecting lawn clippings and yard debris. I've been pleased by all the features I mentioned above, plus by my ability to unload it into my yard-waste "dumpster" by lifting it over the latter's upper edge. (There is a recess at the bottom that one can grasp to lift it.) Try that with a wheelbarrow!

It has two minor flaws. It tends to tip backward on a slanted surface when empty, and its handle is a bit short for taller people (over 5′11″). The wheels should be an inch greater in diameter (there's enough clearance, so I hope the manufacturer makes this change soon). That would raise the rear of the cart. Then it wouldn't tend to tip backwards when "at rest," even if its handle were higher because it had extra screw holes in it, 2 or 3 inches below the current set, for use by tall people.

NEW: A simpler and more effective change to fight tipiness would be to bend the two vertical portions of the handle backwards (over the bucket) so its weight would be closer to the center of gravity. This in turn would allow the handle to be three (say) inches longer, which would be comfy for tall people.

I used a similar cart of a different brand, Easy Go, for about a year.
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