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The Gorilla Cart Offers a Force-Free Way to Move Materials Around

 - Oct 22, 2015
References: lowes & blessthisstuff
For at-home workers looking for a way to lug around all sorts of materials from woods to bricks to gardening supplies need to look no further than the Gorilla Cart wheelbarrow design that offers a convenient and strain-free way to move around large quantities. The cart features a wheelbarrow wagon hybrid structure requiring much less effort to move around but retaining the ability to carry a large amount of stuff.

The Gorilla Cart essentially looks like a heavy duty wagon with a large basin overtop of three sturdy black wheels. The basin can be loaded up with up to 1200-pounds worth of stuff from dirt, rocks to wood and even tools. The user simply pulls the handle rather than pushes using much less force. To unload, the Gorilla Cart folds upwards like a wheelbarrow. The wagon features a ringed paddle that can also be hooked up to motorized vehicles like ATVs to carry them too.