Upcart is a unique all terrain cart you can use indoors or outdoors. Inside you can move things up and down any flooring without hurting yourself. Using it outside allows you to easily transport garden tools or bags around any pathway or across any lawn. Whether inside or out, the six wheel design and unique engineering means it rolls up and over curbs. It moves effortlessly across any terrain without adding to the stress on your joints.
The cost of Upcart is $79.80 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $89.75.
Upcart is an all-terrain stair climbing hand cart that capitalizes upon a six wheel design to easily roll up or down stairs.
With Upcart you can fold it easily and store it when not in use.
The unit is made from lightweight cast aluminum which gives it such sturdy construction.
It has received many awards for its advanced engineering.
It reduces body strain by 37% .
You can use it inside or outside.
It can carry up to 100 pounds which cuts back on the number of trips you need to take anywhere.
The telescopic handle offers three different heights so you can adjust it to best fit your needs.
Stairs, curbs, steep inclines, and uneven terrain can all be effortlessly maneuvered by this unit.
When you use it inside, it does not damage flooring like hardwood or get stuck in carpets. Outside you can move around heavy gardening materials with ease.
It is engineered to give better leverage, more even weight distribution, and to be better on your joints than other carts. In doing so it decreases the extent of push / pull forces. Four wheels are always kept on the ground to stabilize and balance the load whether you are going up or down. The six inch wheels hug each step you are climbing, creating a 90 degree angle around the stair or step with one wheel still on the ground, then the top wheel pulling the cart upward.
You can use it to move laundry, heavy boxes, bottled water, garbage or recycling, kids toys, gardening tools, household plants, even tool boxes or buckets.
This is one of the only carts on the market that boasts of extra large wheels but does not come with a carrying case. As such, you are unable to affix a carrying case to the unit when you take the cart to the grocery store or move laundry up and down stairs. Instead, you need to have some sort of bag, box, or basket in which to sit odds and ends.
The back, where the handle is located, does not offer any structural support. While this is what allows you to place oddly shaped furniture, it does not offer any place for things like ties, cords, or bungee cords to be affixed. When you want to secure things like boxes or baskets, you will probably need to secure them to the Upcart. However, without any form of wire back, just the handle, you cannot hook it onto anything but itself. Sadly, this is not the most secure way to move things.
From the tall back side, you grab the base and fold it open.
As it folds open and flattens into the base, the wheels adjust on either side of the unit. Adjust the handle to your height and lock it in place.
Stack the goods you need on top of the cart and go.
When you are done, just fold it back into place and store it.
This unit, compared to other carts, offers a wider base. The wider base is what allows you to move things like heavy furniture without the same struggle you would face using a dolly. What’s more, the unit is one of the only ones are the market today which folds open and closed the way that it does. When you open this unit, the base folds outward, offering a stable foundation. Once the flat, wider surface is created seemingly from nothing, you will see that on the end opposite the wheels there is a stabilizing base. Said base allows the unit to stand perfectly in place when not in motion.
This unit saves you time by holding such a large amount of weight. It allows you to make fewer trips no matter where you are going. If you take it shopping, for example, you can fill a cart with boxes or bags and carry everything up a flight of stairs all at once rather than making lots of trips. Using it around the office means moving more objects, more boxes, more files all at once instead of multiple trips. Large client data or case loads can be brought to and from offices with one trip too. At home, if you are trying to move things like laundry, holiday decorations or outdoor gardening items, you can do it with one trip. One trip means less time spent moving things around and more time doing what you love.
Magna Cart is a similar alternative whose biggest difference is the ability to hold up to one hundred and fifty pounds. This aluminum folding hand cart lets you move boxes, furniture, and anything in between. With a telescopic handle you can also adjust the height based on yours. When it is folded for storage it is only two and a half inches thick.
Coocheer is a multi-functional hand cart and luggage stand which is designed to support up to one hundred and fifty pounds. The base plate, when unfolded, reaches just over fifteen by ten inches. With an aluminum frame, it has only two rubber wheels which are relatively small. This does limit the maneuverability of the unit across harder terrain and makes it really only suited for indoor, flat surfaces. You cannot move it up or down stairs without pulling just the same as with regular dollies.
The Deluxe Stair Climber Cart is a cart, with the sturdy, metal square shape base inside of which you can place goods like groceries or laundry. It too boasts of six wheels so that moving it up or down stairs is a breeze. The same science behind Upcart's six wheels is behind the six wheel design for the Deluxe stair climber. However, this is just a cart, which you cannot convert into a flat surface which limits what you can transport.
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This is a very dangerous product. As you load weight the center of gravity changes. When you are between steps the user is carrying the full load! I will never use it again and hope to get my money back.
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Does not perform as advertised. The wheels kept folding inwards as we were going down a path to the beach. We needed to keep unloading and carrying towels etc. I have tried to contact customer service through their website and have not heard anything back. For over $100.00 I want a refund.
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