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The Step2 Garden Hopper is a mobile work seat and storage area that provides you with comfort and easy access to tools while you take care of the yard.
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The Step2 Garden Hopper is a mobile work seat and storage area that provides you with comfort and easy access to tools while you take care of the yard. By sitting on the seat of this gardening product, you're able to weed and trim without putting pressure on your knees. Yard maintenance will be a breeze with the Garden Hopper! Made in USA.
- Molded-in seat handle for easy transport
- 7” (17.8 cm) smooth rolling wheels for easy mobility on grass
- Large storage bin for tools and gloves
- Features a beverage holder
- Sturdy double-wall construction
- Weight limit on hoppper: 250 lbs (113.6 kg)
- Fully assembled
PRODUCT NUMBER: 534800
DIMENSIONS: 12.50 H 23.00 W 13.00 D
WEIGHT: 9 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 3 out of 5 by Greenthumbgirl from New Design Features not as good as old I love the older Step2 we have so I ordered another one. When it arrived I realized there had been design changes I hadn't noticed in the photos online. The wheels were previously solid. This made them stronger and prevented them filling with mud or mulch and bogging down. The rope tie is no longer included, and I used it frequently to move the cart as well as to haul a large bag of weeds to the compost pile. I was planning on recommending the step2 to my daughter. She had purchased a competing product but the rope ties broke off and the wheels were hollow... Now your product offers no advantage over the one she has.Date published: 2013-04-10Rated 1 out of 5 by Retired Dan from Great Product, but cheap wheels wear out quickly This is a great product, except for one thing - - - the hubs of the wheels (which ride on a steel axle) wear out very quickly, making the wheels very wobbly, causing them to rub on the cart housing. The cart is a great concept, but the wheels are pure, flimsy plastic junk, and make the cart virtually unusable. (I don't think 3 years of seasonal flower bed tending, on a city lot in Ohio, would constitute "extreme usage". . . . ) Very disappointed in this obvious design/manufacturing flaw, especially from a company we've bought from many times in the past, and have been very happy with their products.Date published: 2016-05-25Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great for indoor use too! I've used this item for years. I think I probably have the original design and have enjoyed using it in my garden. A couple of years ago we bought a front loading washer and dryer. We felt the extra bases that we had to purchase to raise the washer and dryer were too expensive so I use my Garden Hopper. I sit on the Hopper while sorting the laundry and putting it from the washer to the dryer. It's just the right height to be able to reach into the machines and the wheels let me move around to the different piles of laundry. I'm giving one to my brother who just bought the same washer and dryer.Date published: 2009-12-08Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Fantastic multi-use product..... This is one of the greatest ideas ever! We have had two for many years and got two more for our shore house. They can be used inside and out and are great for doing things with ease........not on your knees! I use the hopper in the garden and to clean out lower cabinets, for painting things such as deck rails and any project that requires getting low to the ground. You can put your phone, tools etc underneath & there is even a place for a drink! They clean easily and are very sturdy. The two old ones look almost new! We absolutely love this product and recommend it to everyone!Date published: 2016-04-26Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great for lower back relief With lower back problems, this little cart is great....not only for gardening, but for cleaning baseboards as well. I've only had it for 2 weeks, so only gave it a 4 star rating, as not sure how long the "tires" will hold up as they are not very thick plastic, hollow and completely open on the back side. For the weight of the person and rolling while sitting, I think the tires should be more substantial than that, as plastic can dry out, crack and disintegrate and with them being hollow with no supporting back side...hhhmmmm...time will tell. For now, great relief on my lower backDate published: 2017-03-30Rated 4 out of 5 by Grammy the Painter from I am not a gardener by any means! I would love to say I bought this for outdoor use, but I didn't. I actually bought it to help me paint woodwork down a very long hallway. I have trouble with my knees and saw this while shopping for my grandchildren. A lightbulb went off in my head! This would be perfect for when I need to paint the base moldings. I sit on the garden hopper...rags, brushes, tape, in the storage compartment...holder for my drink...and off I go. It has been FABULOUS. My projects are going so much more smoothly;I really love it. Maybe I'll garden in the spring...but I doubt it.Date published: 2010-12-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Ellie the Care-giver from A "MUST" for all gardeners!! We bought a Step 2 garden hopper about 20 years ago, and it finally "gave in" last year. In our "older age", we are thrilled to have this new one for gardening, painting, and doing any chores that require stooping over. Sure helps the old back and knees! I really like the open tool compartment....very convenient to grab the tool one needs! From its sturdy construction, I think this Garden Hopper will last 20 years (or longer)like the old one did!! I will be the primary user of this product since my husband is unable to do things independently.Date published: 2010-03-30Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous from Add a pull rope to the hopper It is good for picking green beans, eliminates kneeling and bending over. It would be most convenient if you had a handle on the front of the hopper that was retractable, similar to a lawn mower pull cord, so it could be pulled around like a wagon. That would be a lot easier than having to carry the thing from one location to another on the property, especially when the storage tray is full of tools or there is a cup in the beverage holder. If you had a brake on one axle that would make it better to use on an incline or slope.Date published: 2016-09-03
Q & AIs there a handle? If not, how difficult is it to move it around from place to place?No handle but a slot in the middle so you can pick it up easily. Not very heavy, you can shove it around with your foot. This is our second one, the last one lasted many years so we got another one.Date published: 2017-06-16Just opened the box to my new Garden Hopper but the wheels seem a little wobbly. Is this normal?I use my Garden Hopper a lot and the wheels move easily but they are not wobbly where I have any concern that they may come off.Date published: 2017-06-16