Puffie is a lightweight, compact utility cart that can be used to carry groceries, other shopping bags, library books and more. This cart has six wheels, and will fold up when you're done using it, so you'll never have to lift it when it's unfolded and has things inside. It'll hold up to 30 pounds of items at once, and can be used at home to move things like laundry around, too. Each cart also comes with a black carrier bag for storage purposes when it's not in use.
The cost of Puffie is $29.99 plus $9.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Puffie at the discounted price of only $14.99 for a total price of $54.97.
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To begin using this utility cart, pull it out of the included drawstring storage bag and fold it out. Then, fill it with whatever items you need to, wherever you need to and wheel it along a flat surface to transport the items. To wheel it, you'll be able to grab onto the attached long black handle.
After you're done transporting the items that you need to within your Puffie, you'll be able to unload the cart and then fold it back up. Once its' folded, it'll fit comfortably in the included drawstring bag again, and you'll be able to store it in your backseat, your backpack, in a drawer, or wherever you'd like.
Each of these carts is black, so none of them will show dirt easily if exposed to mud, slush, or any other type of dirty substance.
Your Puffie will hold up to 30 pounds of items, regardless of what those items are. This makes it a great choice if you buy a lot of heavy bottles of liquid when grocery shopping, or need to transport heavy hardcover books. There's enough room in one of these carts that you likely won't need to stack things on top of each other, either.
Although it can hold quite a bit, this cart is the same size as a standard umbrella when folded up, so it won't take up more space than an umbrella in your home or car. You may even choose to carry your folded cart in one hand as you walk to the grocery store or another destination.
Students living in dorms often need to transport their laundry to a part of campus away from their room in order to do it. The same goes for students and young professionals living in apartment buildings that don't have laundry facilities, who need to walk to a laundromat with their dirty clothes. Puffie is an ideal choice for any of these people, as most will be able to pull a full cart for a couple of blocks or so without getting tired.
Seniors, especially those suffering from temporary or permanent physical disabilities, often can't carry as much in bags as others, and many have given up driving. Therefore, having a Puffie will be helpful for them, too, especially when it comes to transporting groceries and library books. Even if nothing needs to be transported outside the house, one of these can be used to wheel household items like cleaning supplies to the opposite side of a senior's dwelling.
Carrying heavy bags can be hard on anyone's shoulders, even the shoulders of incredibly fit people in their prime, especially if one has to go up stairs with the bags. If you attempt to carry four shopping bags in each hand to save yourself multiple trips to the car or sidewalk, you may end up with shoulder or back pain, regardless of your fitness level. By using a Puffie, however, you'll likely be able to get all your groceries onto the ground floor of your house ( or onto an apartment building's elevator ) without making multiple trips and thereby exhausting yourself.
The tops of these utility carts do not have built-in covers, nor are covers included with the carts. That means that if you want to take yours out in heavy snow or rain in order to carry things that aren't waterproof, you'll need to find something to cover it yourself.
These carts have a large logo that says "Puffie" on the front, so if one of your priorities is to look cool while transporting things around your neighborhood, that might work against you. To conceal the logo, you'd have to cover almost an entire side of your cart.
While the sides of these carts aren't incredibly low, they don't come up as high as the sides on some other utility carts do. This probably won't be an issue when it comes to carrying most items, but you might have a bit of difficulty carrying something tall like a broom or mop.
There are a lot of other utility carts available for general use, but most of these won't fold up as small as a Puffie, so they'll likely take up a few feet of storage space.
Bag hooks can help you carry multiple bags on each arm, so you won't have to make multiple trips when carrying things you've obtained at the store into your home. However, with these, you'll still be carrying a lot of weight in your hands, so you may still experience shoulder and / or back pain.
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