[DAILY DEAL 5/13/15] Mighty Max Carts

Today at Tools.Woot, instead of one thing in the daily deal spot, we’re giving you ALL THE MIGHTY MAX CARTS AND MOAR MIGHTY MAX CARTS!!

And since it’s a special kinda sale, we thought it needed a special kinda discussion place that you can find here.

Mighty Max Carts

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Mighty Max Carts
Price: $89.99 - 124.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Thursday, May 14 to Friday, May 15) + transit
Condition: New

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5 Stars over at Sears on the Carts with Tub

I got my green mighty max cart last spring and have LOVED it! I use it for everything from gardening to trips to the store to hauling nephews to hauling laundry in my apartment complex. It changes shape so often some people think I own four or five different wagons! Too bad it doesn’t fit under the bed… Otherwise it’s perfect!

I looked at plenty of yard carts before deciding on this one. All of them had issues with flimsy metal parts, weld joints, rusting, or repeated flat tires. I’ve had this cart for a year with no complaints. Really pleased with how well it rolls over St. Augustine grass while loaded down with heavy bags of mulch, or border stones. If I had to change anything, I’d add the ability to add sides to it so I could haul branches and other yard waste. (For all I know, those options might be available from the manufacturer, but I haven’t been back to their website.)
It’s sturdy & easy to maneuver and it’s not heavy. I’m pleased and it would be a definite “buy again.”

I’ve had my Mighty Max yard cart for almost 2 years and love it! I purchased the whole cart but use it in flat bed stage for moving around everything. It has been sitting outside in the Florida sun between uses and has held up great, no sign of brittle plastic from the bright sun. Still rolls smooth, rolls right over a garden hose without dumping the load. No problem with adjusting the lenght of the bed after 2 years outside. I’d have a whole fleet of Mighty Max’s if I had a large piece of property!

Have had this for more than a year now and it is great. A lot tougher than you would expect from a plastic cart. It is so light it is easy to pick up that aside from yard work my wife even puts it in the back of the Jeep and uses it to haul stuff around at school.

Bought one on Woot 2 yrs ago with tub. Awesome for beach, gardening, groceries, moving furniture, painting, tool cart, etc. Holds a lot of weight when the cart is not expanded, doesn’t rust. Double thumbs up.

seems really nice, but not sure i NEED it. still thinking

Hmmm…the utility cart with tub in BLUE looks to be the same color as the utility cart with tub in BLACK…

I bought this last year when I was reassured it would do well on a hilly yard. Their idea of hills and mine don’t match, apparently. I get a lot of tipping, especially when hauling logs from one place to another. Otherwise, a good cart, if smaller than I had hoped.

It does a lot- but I will assure you it’s ever so slightly different. The blue is a very dark navy and probably more obvious in person.

Can the plastic tub be installed ‘upside down’ so it can be used as a bench, for sitting on? that will be handy to move a bench around while doing gardening.

nope

Have you tried retracting the handle and then turning it 180 degrees under the cart base, and see if it fits then?

The cart flatbed base is used as a seat, but not the tub. It makes a rolling garden / utility seat.

They look a lot different when you see them side by side, especially out doors.