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Garden Hopper™

Work seat with 7” (17.8 cm) smooth rolling wheels for easy mobility on grass and walks. Made in USA.

  • Molded-in seat handle for easy transport
  • Large storage shelf for tools and gloves
  • Features a beverage holder
  • Sturdy double-wall construction
  • Weight limit 250 lbs (113.6 kg)
  • Contents not included
  • Fully assembled
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Product Number: 534800
Dimensions: 12.50 H 23.00 W 13.00 D
Weight: 9.50 lbs
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Step2Garden Hopper™
 
4.6

(based on 206 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (142)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (57)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

99%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (147)
  • Solid construction (114)
  • Weather proof (110)
  • Lightweight (95)
  • Comfortable grip (65)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gardening (139)
    • Lawn maintenance (33)
    • Home garden harvest (16)
    • Carrying other equipment (11)
    • Outdoor amusement (10)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Avid gardener (100), Getting started (34), Do-it-yourself (27), Master gardener (15), Practical (10)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Excellent product, very highly recommend

    I bought this product last fall after planting my first garden and it absolutely saved my back during harvest. I liked it so much, I just bought one for my mother and one for...Read complete review

    I bought this product last fall after planting my first garden and it absolutely saved my back during harvest. I liked it so much, I just bought one for my mother and one for my father, as they are starting gardens this year too. It's great for pulling weeds, picking green beans, repotting plants - anything that you would normally have to bend over to do. After a hard winter outdoors, my Hopper still looks new. I LOVE this product!!!

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    My Hopper is a handicapped conveyance

    I weigh 175 lbs. and I am physically handicapped. I use this product in the morning as a shower and toilet conveyance before I move to a power height table and get in my...Read complete review

    I weigh 175 lbs. and I am physically handicapped. I use this product in the morning as a shower and toilet conveyance before I move to a power height table and get in my electric wheel chair for the day. My new seat is already caving in! I swapped the new half-wheels for old-style full wheels and wish you had never re-designed them to save money. The half-wheels don't turn well on carpet or tile. They are also too bouncy! I have owned approximately 12 of these over a 10 year span and found some seats that were very solid and some that caved-in (depressed a half inch) after a short time. After my last 2-units that were very solid, this one is caving already. One last thing, my new hopper was missing a "Step 2" plaque (not a big deal) but a sign your quality control is lacking. I am a retired, certified quality engineer and rely on your product, but am somewhat disappointed!

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    5.0

    Great Little Garden Cart

    By Marcie

    from Ga

    Verified Buyer
    new-bee

    Pros

    • Carrying Capacity
    • Comfortable Grips
    • Easy to Use
    • Excellent For Weeding
    • Supports Heavy Weights

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Gardening

      Comments about Step2 Garden Hopper™:

      Great for weeding garden. Easy for a senior to get on and off the cart. Love the storage for tools. Easy to move around my square foor garden.

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      1.0

      badly designed wheels

      By Pat

      from Blackwood, New Jersey

      About Me Avid Gardener

      new-bee

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            Comments about Step2 Garden Hopper™:

            the Step2 that has a green seat and GRAY wheels is superior because the new Version has black wheels that are open on the inside. NOT GOOD! collects dirt when used as a gardening tool. The gray wheels are closed all around.

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            5.0

            As advertised

            By Sue

            from Ridgefield, CT

            About Me Avid Gardener

            Verified Buyer
            new-bee

            Pros

            • Easy to Use

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Gardening

              Comments about Step2 Garden Hopper™:

              Because of knee replacement I con not kneel any longer. The Step2 allowed me to sit and move easily

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              4.0

              Also useful for washing cars

              By dboeren

              from Atlanta, GA

              About Me Getting Started

              Pros

              • Supports Heavy Weights

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Car Wash

                Comments about Step2 Garden Hopper™:

                I bought an older version of the Garden Hopper from a retired gentleman who used to use it for washing his Corvette, you can sit on it and work on the wheels & wheel wells without stooping your back. Now it's going to help me out when I wash my Porsche. Even though I'm on the heavy side, it seems to have no problem holding my weight.

                One thing I like better about my older one than the current model though, it has a drink holder.

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                4.0

                Very stable in garden

                By Diannekoz

                from Kent, OH

                About Me Getting Started

                Verified Buyer

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                      Comments about Step2 Garden Hopper™:

                      I have a bad back and sitting on this gets me down to a level that is much easier to pull the weeds. Also, I can push myself up on it and it does not tip over. Just don't leave it out in the sun as the seat gets very hot -- put it under the shade when not in use.

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                      Garden Hopper™
                      Already Asked: 5 Questions, 6 Answers
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                      Randy B asked: Are the wheels solid or open in the back side? Mar 30, 2014
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                      Jacki R: The wheels are open on the back sides. I prefer the closed wheels on my original one but I suppose it does make it lighter when you have to carry it. I really like the product and have bought one for my sister as well. We are both retired and love working in the yard and gardening. Hope this is helpful to you. Mar 31, 2014
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                      Stephanie A: Open. Two seperate wheels, if that is what you mean? Mar 31, 2014
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                      C P asked: Using this in the garden has made this in need of cleaning. Does the seat come up for a good cleaning? Aug 12, 2013
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                      Step2Staff: We are sorry but the seat does not come off of this Garden Hopper. Aug 14, 2013
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                      A shopper asked: Can the top be raised up ?
                      Is the previous model Garden Hopper available anywhere
                      That was the best product you ever built
                      Thanks
                      JA
                      Sep 30, 2013
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                      Step2Staff: No, the top of this Garden Hopper cannot be raised. The previous model, 5A0000, is no longer available for purchase on Step2.com, but may be found via other online retailers. Sep 30, 2013
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                      Patrick M asked: How does this Step 2 Company Garden Hopper differ from the Step2 5A0000 Garden Hopper Mobile Garden Stool and Storage? Aug 31, 2013
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                      Step2Staff: The only difference between this Garden Hopper and the 5A0000 version is the color. Sep 3, 2013
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                      Janet K asked: What is the height of this Step 2 Garden Scooter? My sister had a knee replacement and I need to know the height of this product. Thanks! Apr 14, 2013
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                      Jacki R: It is about 12 1/2" high. I had knee surgery in October and after the rehab, I was back on it. This is my second one. I have back problems and I can't imagine working for hours in the flower beds without it. It is so sturdy and I can just scoot along and pull weeds and clean beds. It is a wonderful product for anyone with back and knee issues. Apr 15, 2013
                      Reply to Jacki Good answer? Yes (3) No (0)
                      Father Glen: With severe back and knee problems, the Garden Hopper allows me to be in my garden as long as I want. I have the older model that sags a little but I just can't be without it. It is so comfortable, I would rather rest on it than the stairs or bench. Aug 17, 2013
                      susan m: HI Father Glen,
                      Does this have a handle so I can pull it around in the garden. I also had back surgery and need to sit to work in the garden rather than bend. Apr 9, 2014
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