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Magna Cart HMC5C Personal Hand Truck - 150Lb. Capacity

Item# SPM7207272403 | Model# MCX | Added on July 26, 2010 | Seller: 123Stores, Inc.
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OverviewThe Magna Cart Personal Hand Truck is engineered with toughness in mind. Made of rustproof aluminum, this cart is ideal for traveling, and can even be folded and stowed in an airline overhead compartment, and is also handy for weekend travel by train or car. Storage is simple as the lightweight, seven
pound cart folds up to a compact size of 25 inches tall by 2 inches wide it extends to 39 inches tall. Sturdy enough to hold up to 150 pounds, you'll find many, many uses for this handy cart at home, work, and while traveling. Five
inch rubber wheels allow you to glide through your travels and tasks with ease.
Description

Compact foldable hand truck made of sturdy rustproof aluminum•
Ideal for trade show exhibitors, frequent travelers, and small businesses•
Hauls up to 150 pounds at once handle extends to 39 inches tall•
5
inch rubber wheels (no air required) roll smoothly on most surfaces•
Item Weight: 7 pounds•
Product Dimensions: 26 x 16 x 2.5 inches•
Item model number: MCX•
Color: Silver•
Material: aluminum•
Certification: Certified frustration
free•
Batteries Included? : No•
Batteries Required? : No

  • Magna Cart Folding Hand Truck carries heavy, bulky items with ease
  • Durable truck holds up to 150 pounds
  • Extends to 39 inches high for easy use
  • Folds down to 2 inches thick and 25 inches tall for compact storage
  • One-handed open and close operation
  • 2 height
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By onehandedwonder
July 26th, 2012
Magna cart folding hand truck

Wow, were we ever impressed!!  We moved a heavy old Maytag washer that we had tried to move b4and after we got the Magna we moved it like there was nothing to it in just a matter of minutes,  Dont let the size fool it

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By alth0r
August 28th, 2010
Lasted all of ten minutes

I purchased this to help my wife with a delivery at her school. I loaded it with 145lbs boxes (food service boxes, weights marked clearly on the outside), and as I turned the corner to take the boxes into the storage area, the plastic frame around the wheel collapsed. 

The hand cart might be ok for very light loading/use, but it cant stand up to anything close to its rated weight capacity. If you need something to use more then once a week, I would suggest buying a full size hand truck, its worth the extra 15 dollars!

6 found this review helpful
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Beega
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Folding Hand Truck

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This is a very good item and easy to use. I seems to be very durable as I have already had a change to use it to move some heavy items around in my basement. I like that it can fold and be left in your vehicle if needed.

January 11th via kmart.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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jaydeeus13
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Magna Cart rocks!!!

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Portable and light yet feels strong and well built. Brother in law saw it and wants 2 for himself! Excellent buy.

December 27th via sears.com
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Hwlee123

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This cart is so handy and durable.
Cart design is so good.
When I go to shopping for groceries, it is very helpful.

December 19th via mobile
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Rockman63
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Magna Cart Folding Hand Truck - Rugged yet compact

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This hand truck is rugged, lightweight and can handle almost any load. It is also compact and very portable. I don't use mine on a daily basis but when you really need one then it's priceless. It hangs on the wall behind the entrance to my garage. Save your back and when I checked a few ago they were on sale.

December 14th via sears.com
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LUCYESPRECIOSA
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Good purchase

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December 9th via sears.com
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L_Marie
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Could Improve Quality

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Very good item, but when I lean it back to carry my load, it feels like it's going to bend or break. Over all it really is a good item. I'd like for it to be more sturdy so i won't have to do much or be afraid it's going to break when trying to take off with my load.

October 7th via sears.com
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migarod2832
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Great Cart/Truck

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Is very sturdy,strong and light weight. You can carry it with you anywhere you need a cart/truck. Doesn't take up much space for storage purpose. I use it for almost anything i need to transport,I have even used it to transport a small cooler to the beach with help of some bungee cords. So far I have had no issues with it and I would recommend to a friend.

September 28th via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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njsunbunny
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Folds Up!

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I bought this to transport storage containers to my daughter's dorm. I wish the bottom piece was just a little bigger but if you use bungee cords it makes it sturdier.

September 27th via sears.com
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Magna Cart HMC5C Personal Hand Truck - 150Lb. Capacity
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