This is the 2nd cart I have bought, as I wore out the first one. This cart seems sturdier and definitely smoother rolling. I love the red color. The instructions show using needle nose pliers, and that is correct. You do need that tool to assemble it.
I've gone through several carts living in the city and this is by far the most sturdy. It has nice thick wheels and I find the fixed front wheels work best. Carts with swivel wheels in the front always seem to crack right off. If you want a steady workhorse of a cart, this is your best pick.
The instructions take some time to figure out. Once assembled it was a nice basket but the wheel pins need to be bent at the ends with pliers after insertion so they don't pop out. I lost a wheel while using the basket but fortunately found all the pieces and put it back together. It does not fit in my car trunk so I have to put it on my back seat. It's a bit heavy so taking it out of the car is somewhat awkward. The packaging was not in very good shape. My basket had some scratches out if the package but I figured it will get scratches over time anyway. I suspect mine was a return.
just what i wanted ty so easy to bring in my groceroes in one shot. now that my spouse is disabled. makes ny life much easier also eaier on my back. we had been looking for one for a while and this wsas exactly what we wanted ty so much
Nice and large. I had been looking for one this size for awhile. Glad that I found this one. Durable. Rolls easily and holds a lot. Assembly was vague, only in reference to the wheel caps installation. The wheel caps should be put on the rod before the bending pins. Then the pins are inserted through the caps and rod, then you bend the pins. If you put the pins in first and bend, then you cannot put the caps on, because they do not snap on. Therefore, I have one end without a cap, but it does not interfere with the function.
Didn't know I was purchasing a "Made in China" product. Disappointed item not made in USA. Poorly written instructions & crappy diagram for how- to -assemble the cart. Had to cut a slit into the black oval plastic caps in order to make them fit the metal edges at bottom of cart. Thank God for U tube . . . found a video demonstrating how to assemble a Jumbo sized shopping cart. Wiring seems a bit flimsy so I hope it doesn't fall apart after I put it to use a few times. One very good thing - sturdy wheels. I still intend to continue to shop at Overstock because I always end up saving time and money on household and office items.