True Temper KPWB10 Wheelbarrow Review

Selecting the ideal wheelbarrow for kids is a tough job. You need the carts to be tough nuts. Kids play around a lot and a wheelbarrow should be able to withstand whatever you throw at them. Sadly, not many brands come up with a seemingly “Indestructible” hauler these days. But I found one. I was searching for an ideal kid’s toy cart and came upon True Temper KPWB10 Real Tools for Kids Lil’ Wheelbarrow with Poly Tray Review. I immediately knew this is the one I want. And now, after a year or so, I am writing my own review to tell the world how it performed.

True Temper KPWB10 Real Tools for Kids Lil’ Wheelbarrow with Poly Tray Review

This Product Mimics the Design of Haulers for Adults

When I was a kid, I always wanted stuff that was meant for the elders. And when I did get something like that, it was a matter of great joy. And so when I see my kids asking me and wife for some things that are not meant for them, I can understand why.

Well, when I first saw the True Temper KPWB10, I did think it was for adults. Then I checked it out and was really pleased with the details. The making, handles, contractor wheelbarrow design and steel legs – altogether a product to rely on. I would like these features if I ever buy one for myself.

Strong Handles withstand Weather Conditions

This Ames wheelbarrow has “Construction Site-friendly” design – that is a single wheel with braces and handles fixed to it. I have seen my kids haul it and hauled it myself sometimes and so I know the design is effective. After all, contractor wheelbarrows are designed for professional tasks.

The handles are made of sealed hardwood and they are connected directly to the wheels. Being made of hardwood, they can withstand whatever weather you put them in. And I feel that the handles are the most durable part of the wheelbarrow.

Solid Rubber Tire

The KPWB10 wheelbarrow uses a single rubber tire as a wheel. The solid structure means that it has no chance of getting deflated (it is still in good shape). The wheel is supported by steel axle and ball bearings. These help the wheel to turn efficiently over uneven surfaces.

Big tray for big things

I have found the tray to be big. In fact, more than what the kids need. My kids never seem to be able to fill it up. The tray is made with corrosion-proof poly. And so it is easy to maintain. Plus, steel braces in the front keep it supported along with the steel legs in the back. The legs are like the safety of the wheelbarrow. they help the kids to securely place it over an uneven surface.

Here are the pros of KPWB10

It is made for kids, but it has the features we find in the ones made for us.
The tray is made of corrosion proof poly and so it is very easy to clean.
The solid rubber tire has no chance of getting deflated.
The steel axle and ball bearings aid in smooth wheel movements.
There are steel legs that help in positioning the wheelbarrow.
The legs also provide safety; they reduce the chances of the wheelbarrow to topple by itself.
The wheelbarrow has wooden handles; they are sealed and made of hardwood.

Cons

It is not made to support heavy weight.
According to few reviewers, the poly tray does not seem durable.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Cart

When it comes to a cart for kids, it is best to ask few questions and be clear about the safety aspect. Below you’ll find few of the popular questions that people are asking around and their answers.

How hard is it to assemble?

Not hard at all. You just need a screwdriver and a drill if necessary. All the tools come with the package. It takes 5 minutes for the job.

Can kids use this thing on the beach?

It depends on a few things. The front wheel is too short to be rolling on soft sand. The beach sand will need to be hard for this cart to roll.

Does the color fade over time?

No, the paint on the plastic stays the same after years of use. It is weather resistant as well. You can keep it outside the house.

Final Words

This Ames True Temper KPWB10 wheelbarrow is so good, I envy my kids that they are getting to play with it and all I had was a rickety basket with wheels. The kids play with it almost every afternoon and they never leave it empty. The design is very promising. The kids love it. If you are planning to get your kids one of these, I would suggest you go through True Temper KPWB10 Real Tools for Kids Lil’ Wheelbarrow with Poly Tray Review first and know the ins and outs.

Marko
 

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