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Re: return to carts

Sounds like just what I need. I especially like the drink caddy. Could use it to hold my martini shaker as the short one pushes me around the neighborhood.

On Sunday, November 23, 2003, at 08:09 PM, Kitty wrote:

We discussed carts awhile back. Someone mentioned a hilly or mounding
terrain. I just came across this at Charley's Greenhouse:

The power-driven Lawn Utility Vehicle (LUV) brings the traditional
wheelbarrow racing into the 21st century. Just push the PowerPadT switch and
go ... over rough terrain and up and down most inclines at speeds reaching 2
mph. Rugged front pneumatic tires and a rear 3600 rotating caster provide
maximum traction, maneuverability and stability on all surfaces, wet or dry.
Just release the switch when you want to stop. The heavy-duty,
weather-resistant poly bed has a large 5 cu. ft. capacity and can haul up to
200 lbs. Convenient tool-and-drink caddy also included. The rechargeable
battery is designed to last for 2 hours of continuous use (or approximately
400 trips across a 1/2-acre yard).


Very expensive ($349) but for someone who really needs it, it would be a
great help.


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