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Easy Climber

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The Easy Climber cart uses a rotational design employing six separate wheels so that you can transport heavy leads up and down stairs, or all around your property. When not in use, it folds up in a compact fashion and can be stored easily. If you invest in the custom carrier, you can affix it to the cart in seconds. You can use this cart to move things indoors or outdoors, or from one to the other.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Easy Climber is $39.95 plus $12.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows a free gift which you will receive by paying an extra fee of $6.95 for a total price of $59.85.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Easy Climber being discontinued. Easy Climber may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Easy Climber being discontinued. Easy Climber may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.


  • All Terrain Chassis

    The all terrain chassis works with a folding cart so that it can climb up or down a sidewalk curb, move evenly over a flat surface, or pull a load through sand. This means you can take it anywhere you need. Users can unload a BBQ and cooler at the beach or move heavy boxes up to an attic, or even bring stonework and compost to a garden up or down stairs.

  • All Terrain

    This cart can handle changes such as steep inclines, stairs, uneven surfaces, changes from soft surfaces to solid surfaces, and all outdoor terrain like grass and gravel. It can be used to move your luggage around while on vacation. You can use it to move things up and down stairs in your new apartment or dorm room, making moving simple. This device can be stored at the office so that heavy file boxes can be easily moved up and down office steps, making your next big meeting a breeze.

  • Six Wheels

    When you move it around any surface aside from stairs, the three wheel design for each side means there are four wheels on the surface at all times. This improves stability and balance. If you want to move it up a flight of stairs, it works by having one set of wheels bearing the weight of the load, while another moves up the stair one at a time. The third set of wheels move up and over the other two, in order to maintain the same balance as the three wheel system rotates. Such a design alleviates the traditional requirement for users to use their body to pull the full weight of the load up each step.


  • Shipping

    The Easy Climber is forty dollars plus another twenty dollars in shipping and handling. When you order though, they do throw in certain bonus gifts. Sometimes, there are special deals such as only thirteen in processing and handling, or a deal where you get a custom carrier which turns this open air platform into a covered space for moving goods. Should you opt for the custom carrier option you have to pay seven dollars in shipping and handling. Orders placed for Connecticut have to pay additional sales tax and any shipments outside of the continental U. S. Have an additional ten dollar fee per order.

How It Works

These carts make life easier. When you use the cart, you reduce the amount of effort you need to put into moving anything up or down stairs. You can improve the stability in moving when you are able to decrease the amount of pressure applied on the supporting surfaces. Literally walking over surfaces like curbs and stairs with this cart makes it simple to move across irregular terrain. Decreasing the amount of push and pull force is how this is achieved. This cart makes it easy to transport your goods and convenient to store them anywhere you need. When folded, it becomes flat so that it sticks anywhere. So after the heavy lifting is complete, it can fold up and disappear.


  • Upcart

    There is one alternative in particular which has slightly larger wheels, but aside from that is almost exactly the same. The UpCart actually has an earlier design launch and website founding, suggesting that it came first. It offers comprehensive information about its design, and even has two more models coming soon. One might deduce that the first company to create such a helpful cart was indeed the competition, UpCart. In fact, this particular alternative product, while similar in design, has received two awards. The first was in 2015 when it was regarded as the most innovative new concept, and the second was in 2016 when it was declared a retailers choice award.

    UpCart has worked hard to make moving goods efficient and effortless, no matter what the terrain. Achieving this means working toward the simplest solutions. Their original line was meant to traverse stairs and fold up flat for easy storage, capable of holding up to one hundred pounds of weight. UpCart has a beach model coming soon, one meant to fit beach materials like bear gear, chairs, and beach umbrellas. Said design is slightly oversized and capable of holding up to seventy seven pounds of goods. Beach Model was designed specifically for sandy surfaces. Another soon to be released alternative is the UpCart Pro Shopper which is a smaller version, with three tiers built into it and a detachable bag. Pro Shopper can also hold up to seventy seven pounds. While smaller, it is meant to be brought with you when you shop, so that groceries and other goods can be moved up stairs or into your home with ease.

Wise Advice

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

Wise Advice

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

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Kim - (New Roads, LA)
Posted: 07 Mar 2017

Weight Limit, Adjusting Handle

What is the weight limit for the Easy Climber? Does it have an adjustable handle for height?

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