I have lot’s of preparedness items, but one thing I don’t have is a good way to manually move heavy items efficiently, especially over long distances if necessary. In my search I found a few options that could work, but required lots of time to make or were very expensive. Then I discovered a company called Polymule that has set up an Indiegogo campaign for an extremely durable hand cart. It is a stupid simple cart that’s built to last.
I’ve backed the campaign myself and would love to see this go into production. Here’s the link to the Indiegogo campaign:
I am also interested to see if you have gear carts that you've created and/or experimented with.
Here are a few details about the cart:
High capacity: will haul 400 lbs. of gear easily.
Uphill Assist: The cart has a hub system that can be engaged that locks the wheels from rolling backward when hiking uphill.
Integrated kickstand: the pull handle pivots down to the ground to level out the cart for loading.
All-terrain: 28 inch no-flat tires with 20 inches of clearance.
Portable: 2 minute assembly and it can quickly fold up and stow for transport and can be used as a vehicle cargo carrier on a vehicle roof rack.
Reinforced polymer: UV stable and high-impact resistant even in sub-freezing temps. Similar polymers are used in military-grade applications.
No maintenance: it has sealed bearings, and you’ll never get flat tires or need to replace bolts or screws.
All-weather cover: made of durable rip-stop fabric with oversized zipper and nylon straps.
Rear handle: there’s an additional handle that can be added to the back allowing a second person to help transport extra heavy loads over rough terrain.
5 year warranty