Norris 94-E Cart - 250 lbs Capacity

Norris 94-E Cart - 250 lbs Capacity

Norris 94-E Cart - 250 lbs Capacity

B&H # NO450 MFR # 450
Norris 94-E Cart - 250 lbs Capacity

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Clipper Hand Carts save time, energy, space, and your back. The 94E can haul up to 250 lbs of equipment on its base. Its rear wheels fold up flush to the cart for easy storage. A press of the foot raises and lowers the rear wheels -- no more bending.

Lower tray and front wheels keep loads from tipping.
Four wheels are better than two for load capacity and stability.
UPC: 009177000943
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Norris 94-E Cart - 250 lbs Capacity
  • Elastic Cord
  • Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty
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    Construction Black powder coated steel tubing, 4 wheels
    Dimensions Opened Height: 43" (109 cm)
    Closed: 25 x 17.5 x 7" (63.5 x 44.5 x 17.8 cm)
    Base: 14.5 x 14" (37 x 37 cm)
    Weight Capacity 250 lbs (113.6 kg)
    Weight 15 lbs (6.8 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 16.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 27.0 x 18.0 x 8.3"
    94-E Cart - 250 lbs Capacity is rated 1.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid Bought it one day, then one of the wheels started to come loose. Took it back in to B and H for a replacement, and the new item that came had a broken wheel out of the box.
    Date published: 2014-02-11
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a good stair climber I purchased this cart due to my previous (mostly positive) experience with another cart that was similar in design. But my usage so far with the Norris 450 proved to be very frustrating. The big problem occurs when I need to pull the cart up the stairs. If you look at the back, you can see these 2 little rods running from the top to the 2 main wheels; one of their purposes is to help glide the cart against the edge of the stair as you pull the cart up. However, the flawed design of the rods where they curved in toward the wheels too early result in the wheels hitting the edge of the stair abruptly as I pull the cart. This problem could probably be resolved by either using larger wheels or having those stair-guide rods go down further before curving toward the wheels. Another issue I have is the loading platform can be very difficult to deploy or to fold back due to the high friction between the rods at the pivot point. I already tried putting grease on the rods to ease the friction but that didn't seem to work. So, even though the Norris 450 is very compact (albeit a bit heavy), the issues I have with it regarding my use make this cart a bad purchase for me.
    Date published: 2015-08-30
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