Gorilla Carts

Jan 23, 2019

Category: Gear

Wheelbarrows are what your grandparents used to move things around. They were wobbly, cumbersome, and would tip over the moment a stiff breeze thought about blowing in your neighborhood. Gorilla carts are the upgraded version of the outdated barrow, and the only thing you should be using in your yard.

Built around a steel frame, they give you 4 large, pneumatic tires for extra balance, but the bucket lifts free of the frame for easy dumping that doesn’t require that you hold it up by hand. Gorilla Carts can be propped in position for scraping out all the detritus you’ve accumulated, are more spacious than wheelbarrows, and more stable than a little red wagon. Gardening, hauling, and just moving your creepy gnomes around the yard are all easier with a heavy-duty Gorilla Cart.

The carts can be purchased on Amazon, and start at $65.

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