Worx Aerocart

Jan 4, 2016

Category: Gear

Whether it’s an old fridge, stack of logs, or warthog carcass (don’t ask), we often have the need to move heavy crap around. But different weights and sizes demand different tools for the job.

The Worx Aerocart promises to do it all, with the ability to instantly convert from a wheelbarrow to a dolly, while always making your load a balanced and easy-to-manage one. The makers say the Turbo Lift design makes  200 lbs. feel like only 17 lbs. (maybe put the wife in there and cross the threshold again?), and the Flat Free Tires mean, your guessed it, no flat tires ever. It weighs 41 lbs. and has a weight capacity of 300 lbs., so you should be able to haul any load with ease. [Purchase]

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