The handlebars are too short (needs to be a foot taller) and too close to the axle (needs to be at least a foot further back) to be able to walk behind it. It's beautiful. Excellent quality. My dogs love it. Everyone who sees it loves it. Everyone points to their spouse and you see their lips moving. They're saying "We need one of those." Except the handlebar is way too close to the axle so you either have to stretch your arms out in order to make room for you to walk behind it (uncomfortable) or you have to walk to the side of it and that's pretty uncomfortable as well. I suppose you could practice your Japanese geisha walk and take 3-inch-steps. Then it would work.
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? So so. It wasn't readily apparent of the engineering flaw.
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Well.
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Excellent product except for one giant thing.