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Leonard GardenGlide™ Transportation Tote

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11 @ $ 33.99
> 2 @ $ 32.69
Weight: 2.700000 lbs

Less Lifting for Fewer Potential Injuries

The GardenGlide smoothly slides over grass, concrete, brick, dirt, gravel and more without marring surfaces. It's the right choice for transporting heavy, awkward-to-move items like potted or B&B plants, bagged materials, rocks, pavers, firewood, and more. It cannot tip and has no tires to go flat or dig into soft surfaces.

The GardenGlide's low profile design means less lifting — heavy objects can be rolled on for transport. Its back-saving design uses the strength of your legs instead of your back; just pull your load to the desired location.

Less than 4" tall, the flat shape takes little room to store so it's always at hand when you need it, but never in the way. It also fits easily into your pickup truck bed under other tools on the way to or from the job.

The 100% recycled HDPE base is lightweight and impervious to the elements. Overall diameter is 28-1/2" with a 200 lb working capacity. Made in the USA. Weighs 3.1 lb.

Why you'll appreciate the GardenGlide on the Job:
  • Ready when you are, no down time due to flat tires
  • Can't tip for less dumped loads to clean up
  • No tire grooves to deter from your finished project
  • Easy to store; flat shape takes little room to store
  • Comfortable to move, no lifting, uses your leg strength
  • Raised back prevents objects from sliding off
  • Great for hauling heavy buckets or containers
  • Smooth base distributes load over entire bottom surface so the weight is easier to move
  • Round shape makes changing pull direction problem-free
Jack at The Gardening Products Review put our GardenGlide to work moving 200 lb boulders. He concluded that "the A.M. Leonard GardenGlide is a nifty and unique item with almost limitless transport uses... I was impressed with the loads the GardenGlide could handle, the ease at which it slid across a wide range of surfaces, and the abuse it withstood when pushing it to extremes." Read the full review from GPReview here.

Specs

  • Overall diameter is 28.5".
  • Made from durable HPDE material.
  • Braided nylon rope.
  • 200 lb capacity.
  • Weighs 3.1 lb.

Product Features

  • Lightweight and economical.
  • Tough weatherproof design will last for years.
  • Low design makes it easy to load.
  • Raised back prevents materials from falling off.
  • Rope connection at glide and handle are spliced, maintaining full rope strength.

Product Benefits

  • Cannot tip and it has no wheels to deflate or dig into soft surfaces.
  • Can transport bagged goods (soil, mulch, concrete/mortar mix, dogfood, etc), firewood, container plants, soil from plantings, paving stones etc.
  • Ideal for homeowners, landscapers, gardeners, campers, masons and contractors.
  • Takes up little room so it is easy to store.

Review Summary (Based on 10 Reviews)

Customer Reviews for Leonard GardenGlide™ Transportation Tote

5 Stars

Garden Glide Transportation Tote

I have a 2000 sq.ft. garden two towns north of the Golden Gate B from CA wrote (January 08, 2018):

This is my second review of this item, a gift to my gardening sister. The difference between carrying a heavy load and dragging it in this is wonderful, especially since I am elderly now.

4 Stars

heavy slider

OP from IN wrote (September 26, 2017):

like the ease of this.

5 Stars

like a sled

It is very easy to pull, the older you get the more important t from FL wrote (September 19, 2017):

it is great because I can hang it on the wall in my garage and it doesn't take up any room- very easy to pull. love it

5 Stars

Perfect for moving everything heavy!

JRock from OK wrote (July 11, 2017):

I bought one of these for myself and I use it to move heavy rocks, dirt, mulch...you name it...so much easier to use than a cart that you have to lift things into. I purchased a second to give to my neighbors who bring me interesting rocks for my landscape...they love it too!

5 Stars

Remarkable

PA Gardener from PA wrote (June 27, 2017):

It's so simple and low-tech, and works amazingly well. The three components--disk, rope and rope handle--are all substantial and sturdy. You'll wonder how you got along without it. No doubt it could do double duty in the winter as a "flying saucer".

Read all 10 Reviews

Less Lifting for Fewer Potential Injuries

The GardenGlide smoothly slides over grass, concrete, brick, dirt, gravel and more without marring surfaces. It's the right choice for transporting heavy, awkward-to-move items like potted or B&B plants, bagged materials, rocks, pavers, firewood, and more. It cannot tip and has no tires to go flat or dig into soft surfaces.

The GardenGlide's low profile design means less lifting — heavy objects can be rolled on for transport. Its back-saving design uses the strength of your legs instead of your back; just pull your load to the desired location.

Less than 4" tall, the flat shape takes little room to store so it's always at hand when you need it, but never in the way. It also fits easily into your pickup truck bed under other tools on the way to or from the job.

The 100% recycled HDPE base is lightweight and impervious to the elements. Overall diameter is 28-1/2" with a 200 lb working capacity. Made in the USA. Weighs 3.1 lb.

Why you'll appreciate the GardenGlide on the Job:
  • Ready when you are, no down time due to flat tires
  • Can't tip for less dumped loads to clean up
  • No tire grooves to deter from your finished project
  • Easy to store; flat shape takes little room to store
  • Comfortable to move, no lifting, uses your leg strength
  • Raised back prevents objects from sliding off
  • Great for hauling heavy buckets or containers
  • Smooth base distributes load over entire bottom surface so the weight is easier to move
  • Round shape makes changing pull direction problem-free
Jack at The Gardening Products Review put our GardenGlide to work moving 200 lb boulders. He concluded that "the A.M. Leonard GardenGlide is a nifty and unique item with almost limitless transport uses... I was impressed with the loads the GardenGlide could handle, the ease at which it slid across a wide range of surfaces, and the abuse it withstood when pushing it to extremes." Read the full review from GPReview here.

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