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Climb Cart is a six-wheel folding cart which you can use to climb up stairs easily. Using this cart you can fold open the bottom base section, place anything you want to move on top, and then secure it in place while you easily pull up stairs or over curbs. Such a design reduces strain while making it faster and safer to transport things like garden supplies, office supplies, or even home decor, furniture, or laundry.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Climb Cart is $39.99 and the shipping is FREE! Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: climbcartbag.com

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Features

  • Six Wheels

    With the six-wheel design, you can use this cart to literally climb upstairs.

  • Portable

    Using this design you are able to take the cart anywhere you go. You can decide to use it primarily indoors, bringing things up and down the stairs inside. Even if you only ever use it around holidays or when you are cleaning out a closet, it still comes in handy. Alternatively, the unit is easily portable, sturdy, and lightweight which means you can take it anywhere you go. Shopping is easier, moving is easier. Bring it anywhere you need to move things. Even keep one at the office to transport files up and down stairs.

  • Folds Flat

    When you are not using it, the entire unit folds up flatly so you can store it compactly. Of course the wheelbase is still there but otherwise, the rest of it is flat.

  • Strong

    This unit can hold up to one hundred pounds which makes it great for moving lots of heavier items, like holiday decorations from the attic or office file boxes going into storage.

How It Works

Climb Cart is one of many new climbing carts which boasts the six-wheel design allowing it to traverse small obstacles or stairs with ease. Hard landscapes, rocky landscapes, uneven terrain, and stairs are no longer an issue.

Said cart features three wheels on either side which rotate, grab, and rotate whenever they come across a stair. As such, you can pull the cart up an individual stair with less effort. Gravity and physics do most of the work for you.

Using a six-wheel design is truly is much easier to move things up and down stairs compared to a standard cart or a dolly. Moreover, the compact size allows you to break it down and store it in a car or closet easily.

Downfalls

  • Not a Complete Replacement

    While it does work well and meets all of the claims of the company, it does not replace a heavy-duty dolly if that is what you need. With its weight limit of only one hundred pounds, it is much better suited for smaller home jobs, laundry, or groceries. For heavier jobs, use a regular dolly.

  • Down Versus up

    Going upstairs with this is much easier, but going downstairs does not work as effectively. When you are going down a set of stairs, especially if the cart is full, then you might end up bending over in order to hold onto the handle. For a heavier load, this could potentially strain your back.

  • Slower Shipping

    Due to the fact that this is a relatively new product, the shipping times from the company are longer than other, older designs readily available on commercial sites with two-day shipping options.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Unfold

    Start by unfolding the bottom rack until it is flush with the ground. As you do this, the wheels on either side will open and rest in place too.

  2. Lift

    Grab the handle and lift it upright to whatever height you need based on your height.

  3. Then go

    Place things on the bottom flat base and go.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Many Uses

    Too much weight can produce injuries, especially when people are pulling. Whether you are pulling indoors or outdoors, it can cause strain in the arms and back. When using a cart like this, the design of the wheels reduces the actual effort required to carry items up a set of stairs. You can move potted plants, large vases, furniture, boxes, laundry, and almost anything else you can think of.

  2. Secure Items

    Note that the unit does not actually come with a bag or box which attaches to the cart. As such, you need to supply your own. Part of supplying your own means you need to find something which is approximately the right size. There are some individually sold bags that have things like velcro hooks to wrap around the handle and the back of units similar to this. If, however, you are planning on moving heavier things like a large potted plant or a piece of furniture, it is best to secure it with things like moving straps.

    Using something like moving straps or rope will keep the items in question from moving side to side on the cart while in transport, but will also prevent them from falling forward. This is important when you go to sit things down. Leverage helps you when you pull the items back, at an angle necessary to climb up stairs or drag the cart behind you. Nonetheless, you should secure it if you are moving downstairs or anything in between.

How it's Different from Competitors

This cart is not too different from other six wheel designs. Almost all of the unique six wheel designs today have the same type of base, back, and three sets of wheels on either side. Most of them also have the two sets of wheels on one side and flat parts to rest firmly on the ground for the other side. Other options have higher weight limits or come with bags that secure inside, and some have a cage design that somewhat limits the size or shape of things you can carry within it.

Alternatives

  • Upcart

    Upcart is a similar all-terrain climbing cart. Using it you can move bulky items with less effort both up and downstairs. With a six-wheel design, it means four wheels are always on the ground, and two others are rotating over the curb, stair, or any other design in the way. Rubber wheels will not leave marks on the floor but make it easier to move outdoors or indoors. Telescoping handles allow users to customize the height but it is not very tall even at the tallest setting.

  • Dbest Trolley Dolly

    DBEst is a folding balanced trolley which also has three wheels on either side. It comes with a beverage holder and is available in five colors. Bags on the outside make it easier to carry things and the fabric is weatherproof so your goods remain dry.

Complaints

  1. Only Holds 75 Lbs

    While the advertising on the Climb Cart originally stated that the dolly could hold 100 lbs, customers found that this wasn't the case when they went to order it. It seems that 75 lbs is the maximum that the Climb Cart can comfortably tow without there being issues with the technology.

  2. Idealized Advertising

    Companies tend to want to show the best of their product in the advertising stage. However, some customers found that the Climb Cart was idealized in their advertising. Customers found that once they got the cart, it was not quite as easy to use as they had previously thought. However, this was only a small complaint, but one to be aware of.

  3. The Handle

    One customer found that 60 lbs were the threshold that the dolly could pull without the handle starting to bend. They also said that it felt like the handle might break under the pressure. It did not, however, and the Climb Cart remained intact. Still, customers should be aware that the cart's handle may feel less reinforced than it should be.

Positive Points

  • Great for the Elderly

    Lifting and moving heavy items onto a dolly and then having to push it one by one up the stairs has never been an easy task for anyone, much less someone who is older. The Climb Cart is, of course, well suited for the young and spry, but it is also a product that could really benefit the elderly. The Climb Cart can really return some of the freedom that old age may have reduced for people of the older generation.

  • People With Disabilities

    People. Who have trouble carrying thing or have difficulty walking, lifting and climbing will find that the Climb Cart is something that can give them a new sense of mobility. This dolly can definitely make it easier to move around and tow things without having to buy complicated devices, or rely on someone else for help.

  • Bags and Bungee

    The Climb Cart can be ordered with an entire set: the dolly itself, a bag to attach to the dolly, along with a bungee cord. There is also a deluxe set, where one can order the Climb Cart, a deluxe waterproof bag with pockets, and a bungee cord. However, if the dolly is already owned, a deluxe waterproof bag can be ordered on its own to fit into the cart.

Concerns

  • High Off the Ground

    The Climb Cart's six-wheel design means that the cart itself is a little higher off the ground than normal dolly's. While this wouldn't prove a problem for most people, it may mean that lifting heavy things onto the dolly can take extra effort than it normally would.

Does it Work?

Yes. The six-wheel design has already been gone over, but what really makes the wheels unique is the rubber cover that goes over the design of each wheel. Where the three wheels help leverage the dolly against stairs and bumpy ground, the rubber cover on the wheels is what really helps. Leverage is important, but so is the use of friction. When the Climb Cart is pulled up against the edge of a stair, no matter how smooth that stair is, there's no danger in the wheels slipping awkwardly.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Climb Cart online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Climb Cart online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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Karen - (Tecumseh, OK)
Posted: 09 Apr 2018
I Regret Buying it!

Don't Wast Your Money!

Don't bother wasting your money. I bought it to move 33 lb bags of dog food. Bungee too weak, bag fell off while moving. Tried heavier bungee, cart rack collapsed, falls over. Wheels get caught on open stairs. Great idea but not built with strong enough material. I only spent $49 for a dolly that moves 300 lbs, I just wanted something smaller I could keep in the house. Really disappointed.

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Linda S Foley - (Anacortes, WA)
Posted: 26 Aug 2017
I have a Question

Open Outdoor Stairs

Will this work on outdoor open wooden stairs?

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Don J
Posted: 20 Oct 2017

In a word no it will not work on open steps major major major drawback.

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Mel D - (Lafayette, CO)
Posted: 23 Aug 2017
I Recommend Buying it!

Worth Its Weight in Gold

I bought the Climb Cart to help move my daughter into college. She is up 4 flights of stairs and I have sustained an AC joint injury in my left shoulder, so I was concerned about move in day. We used it to move her mini fridge and it was amazing! The only thing I wish was different was that the handle was longer but even that won't deter me from telling everyone to get one! Love my Climb Cart!

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Debra Emerick - (Palm Bay, FL)
Posted: 01 Aug 2017
I Recommend Buying it!

Buy Two

I bought one of these after a TV spot. Arrived quickly well packed. Have used to bring groceries to house. It performs as advertised. I can only say very positive review.
The Climb Cart helps me by taking the weight I would have had to carry

I will be buying two more as gifts. For friends.

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Judy - (Miami Shores, FL)
Posted: 21 Jul 2017
I Regret Buying it!

Bought the Climb Cart for my daughter for her cleaning business and it was a disaster. The cart kept tilting to one side and everything would spill out. Tried various items on the cart and it kept tilting to one side even when it was on a flat surface. Returned the item and am still waiting for my credit.

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Linda Bethke
Posted: 19 Nov 2017

Not worth the money, TV says it can hold up to 100 lbs. Directions say 75 lbs. Laundry baskets fall off all the time. Can't use it on my basement stairs, does not work on open steps. Regret buying it.

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Lynn Snyder - (Charlottesville, VA)
Posted: 05 Jul 2017
I Regret Buying it!

Climb Cart Review

I puchase the Climb Cart and received it several weeks ago. I have copd and it is difficult for me to carry items and still be able to breath while climbing stairs so I thought it would be a help for me. The problem that I have with it is that you can't stand the cart on a stair if you have to stop to catch your breath. The front leg design overshoots the stair that you are on, so there should be a middle rest too.

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Eva - (Adrian, MI)
Posted: 29 Jun 2017
I Recommend Buying it!

Works Great for us Older People

The Climb Cart works really well for us retired people to take laundry down and upstairs and bring in groceries. The only thing that would make it better is an adjustable handle to make it longer. When we take it downstairs you have to bend over because the handle is too short.

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Sam - (Palmetto, GA)
Posted: 19 Jun 2017
I Regret Buying it!

When you spend so much money advertising a fake product that is meaningless when it can"t support the weight you make it appear if can, you should consider spending the few extra dollars on your commericials and change the banister railing on the staircases to make them match next time you want to waste your easy earned income trying to rip off those of us that work for a living and are smart enough to notice the small details in your "commercial" to make us realize how fake you are. Go back to the drawing board, use your brain and come up with an idea that does help people instead of making them waste their hard, honest, earned income on your trickery.

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Jim Powell
Posted: 28 May 2018

The tv ad says that it makes a 60 pound load lighter than a regular cart. Impossible. You can't make a definate weight lighter by putting it on another cart. 60 lbs is 60 lbs. It just reduces the force needed to move said 60 pounds. Techically, false advertisement, to me anyway.

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Zinda
Posted: 27 Jun 2018

Exactly as I've been saying! Even theanouncer says "IMPOSSIBLE" and I agree every time I see the ad running. If you picked up the load and carried it will it become heavier than 60 lbs? Then how can it be heavier if it is resting on the ground and you are simply pulling it upwards on an angle? Its completely false, they are including the weight of thewell made dolly cart which probably weighs 25 lbs by itself into the tital weight of the load they are pulling. If dollies made thinngs heaviernobodywouldever usethemits just common sense! Just like their other farse the peddle, the tiny swamp cooler which incorporates water cooling technology which mysteriously transforms the air into such the cooler difference of 25 degrees change by running through that tiny box? If you look at the ad closely they have 2 thermometers 1 on each side of the box, BOTH READ 78 degrees before they start. So that means it is doing nothing to cool the air at 78 degrees? Then they show a hair dryer which normally will run at around 150 degrees but there shows its blowing 96 degrees, (i want to buy a bunch of those hair dryers and use them to cool my home here in Phoenix then they show the temp exiting the box going down lower? How in the world is this possible? Wouldnt the temp goes up 25 degrees higher than it was before they started? So it only cools the hot air and not room temperature air? I'm completely lost as to what they thought they were trying to show. Plus I service evap coolers and if you can get a 25 degree split from a huge commercial unit you are doing a maximum possible split for cooling input to output, you think a tiny box will do anything more than 10 degrees without spitting out water all over the place. Plus how strong can the fan be moving air? You'd have to wear it like a necklace to even feel it! These ads are run nonstop and should be banned for false advertising! Anything that is distributed by blub head is complete Junk and they lie in every single ad they produce.

bob - (Henryetta, OK)
Posted: 18 Jun 2017
I have a Question

Tv Hauling up Steps

Can you take a 32" TV the old bulky kind up steps with this?

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Lynn Snyder
Posted: 05 Jul 2017

I have a problem with bulky items. That won't fit in the bag. Sliding off the side of the cart even when the bungee cord is used. Also it is only designed for 75lbs.

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Daisy - (Suffolk, VA)
Posted: 06 Jun 2017
I Regret Buying it!

Too Heavy to Pull Groceries up Stairs

Good idea but very hard on your back and arms to pull with bottled water or groceries.

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Cathie - (Cranston, RI)
Posted: 25 May 2017
I have a Question

Arrival

Ordered 5-22. When will it arrive?

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Carl - (Watsonville, CA)
Posted: 06 May 2017
I have a Question

Product Warranty

What is and how good is the 10 year warranty on the Climb Cart?

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Zinda
Posted: 27 Jun 2018

Well figure the company will not be around after 3 years anyway so any warranty longer than that is useless. How many times have you seen things made forever, and made by the same company, theyll just change their name and forget about any warranty, plus how could you trust a company that lies in every single advertisement they produce? That always makes me laugh when i hear them say lifetime warranty, like ginsu knives, they started that and whos making ginsu knives now? How do you get ahold of a company that only sells on TV? Cant take it in and get a new one, you think theyll respond to your messages when you have no idea where the company is even located? Plus theyll make it impossible for you to meet all requirements for a warranty anyway, original receipt and box, order numbers, warranty cards etc.

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Roy - (Hermantown, MN)
Posted: 05 May 2017
I have a Question

Is the Handle Extendable?

For someone six ft. Tall, or for reducing the body bending when using the cart to descend stairs, the ability to extend handle would be of great assistance.

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Eva
Posted: 29 Jun 2017

I agree with your remark. It would make it much easier with an adjustable handle.

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