Mobility Aid Home & Garden Cart With Wheels | Alleviates Pain From Bending, Kneeling and Crawling | Perfect For Gardening And


Product dimensions 33D x 48W x 38H centimetres
Colour Green
Brand Easylife lifestyle solutions
Style Garden
Seat height 12.99 Inches
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3188 Grams
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130 Kilograms
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  • REACH THE GROUND WITHOUT STRUGGLING – sit or kneel on this handy stool with wheels to comfortably carry out housework or gardening without needing to bend over, ideal for filling the dishwasher, dusting skirting boards or weeding your flowerbeds
  • HELP EASE JOINT AND BACK PAIN – perfect if you have reduced mobility or suffer from aching knees, this wheeled stool makes everyday tasks more enjoyable. There’s no need for uncomfortable bending, kneeling or crawling – simply sit and work at your leisure
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND STRONG – weighing only 3kg, this garden kneeler stool is easy to roll or pick up, is strong enough to support up to 130kg of body weight, and measures D33xW48xH38cm to seat most people comfortably
  • PERFECT GIFT FOR GARDENERS – ideal for green-fingered friends and family, this garden kneeling stool is a thoughtful gift for anyone who loves spending time amongst the flowers or in the allotment
  • GENUINE PRODUCT FROM BRITISH FIRM EASYLIFE – established since 1992, with a reputation for making excellent quality, problem-solving products for the home and garden, with a dedicated UK based customer service team

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Additional information

Weight 3.19 kg
Dimensions 16 × 38 cm

‎Easylife lifestyle solutions

Model Number




Product Dimensions

‎49 x 16 x 38 cm; 3.19 Kilograms

Volume Capacity

‎29914.5 Cubic Centimetres



Item Weight

‎3.19 kg



Date First Available

19 April 2016


‎Easylife lifestyle solutions


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    Amazon Customer

    Lightweight but sturdy, large diameter wheels that don’t sink into the lawn, space to keep your tools/plants whilst working, reason, I bought this was that my knees are not up to scratch, this is a boon to me

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    Great item, hubby has problem with he’s knees,so this is going to be very handy in the garden,plus for help in the house washing paint work etc He can now help me.

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    Charlie’s mum

    On the whole I like it, it’s the right level for me, but I do find the bulky wheels get in the way of my feet, when moving it around. That’s my only grievance though, I just need to be careful.I took one look inside the box, and saw the diagram for putting it together, and decided to wait for my husband. I have a few health issues and wouldn’t have been able to put it together myself. It took my husband around 15-20 minutes, I wasn’t exactly timing him but he is used to constructing things in a professional capacity. So for anyone less able bodied, they may find they need help with it.Overall though, I like it and will find it useful.

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    Ricky Berry

    Ideal for moving around the garden without need to kneel

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    There were no brakes or arms at the side for getting off the seat.

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    This cart came flat-packed and was relatively easy to put together. I took my time over assembly and it went from box to constructed in about 30 to 45 minutes. I was in no rush. The supplied instruction leaflet (with photos) was adequate and it was backed up by a short video I found on YouTube about screwing it all together. The real trick is to lay out all the nuts, bolts and washers first, not only to check that they are all present but, it makes life so much easier when the instructions say to grab specific pieces to assemble.Make sure you have adequate tools for the job before you start. Apart from a workspace with enough room to swing a cat (a floor is okay provided you don’t experience any pain from getting down there), I had one Philips screwdriver (to tighten the bolts), a pair of long-nose pliers (to hold the nuts while I tightened the bolts) and a flat head screwdriver to part the split pins to enable me to use the pliers to bend them into position. It makes life so much easier when you are pre-prepared and not searching around for a tool during the process.The trickiest part I found when assembling the pieces was how the instructions tell you to feed a washered bolt through a hole from the underside then hold it there while you place the axle in the appropriate slots, grabbing a metal plate, holding it all in place while fidgeting around trying to get the retaining nut and split washer. Blimey, what a palaver! Just you try doing all that in one move without dropping anything. So, here’s an easier way to do it. First, place the axle into the appropriate slots, then place the metal plate over it, followed by the washered bolt through the hole and finally adding the retaining split washer and nut which you should have to hand very close by. There’s much less chance of dropping any nuts or bolts or even washers on the floor and out of reach and it will keep your swearing to a minimum.The cart seems to be very sturdy and claims to be able to bear 130kgs or 20 stone in weight. A concern is that each wheel is only held on by a washer and split pin (referred to as a cotter pin in the instructions) but the end result seems stable enough and the plastic moulded wheels turn freely on their respective static axles.The only down side to the completion of this cart is the fact that no plastic screw covers were provided. This means that each screw on the seat top is in view and not covered up (please see photo). Not a major problem, per se, but aesthetically speaking such screw covers would have completed the job nicely. And, maybe, using this cart outside in the elements could potentially raise an issue with the exposed screws going rusty over time.This item was delivered by Hermes and it was a relief to know when it arrived that they had not ‘lost’ the box en route. I have had previous experiences of things ‘going adrift’ with Hermes in the past, so much so that my confidence in them is virtually non-existent nowadays.

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    P. Collins

    Excellent assembly instructions which made it easy. Sturdy and comfortable to use.

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    Good instructions sturdy

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    pat rees

    It was easy to put together

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    Mrs. E. Hughes

    Haven’t used it to garden yet but I’ve sat on it and manoeuvred it indoors.

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