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WheelEasy Folding Wheelbarrow

WheelEasy is a compact and collapsible yard cart that can carry 350 pounds of cargo! The cleverly designed WheelEasy works exactly like any normal wheelbarrow, but instead of a metal container, the sturdy front wheel and handles support a basin made of durable, vinyl-coated canvas that supports up to 350 lbs. It is also great to load things onto, because it spreads flat on the floor, so no more lifting a heavy, wobbly wheelbarrow. And when your done, it will fold up, so that you can hang it up in your garage, taking up very minimal space.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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EL GRINGO | WALL MOUNTED SURFBOARD RACK | Image

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