The E-Z Wheelbarrow Hitch offers an improved way to transport bulk materials such as yard waste.
Easily Transports Topsoil, Mulch, Gravel, Concrete, and More
Roll Rather Than Push
Can Be Tilted Rearward To Empty out Container Contents
Ideal for Those with Limited Physical Strength
Great Rental Item
Utility Patent #9,889,784
Story Behind the Invention
Inventors Michael Lyles and Laura Hudson-Lyles of Terry, MS have created an improved way to transport bulk materials such as yard waste.
One popular tool used by many for lawn and garden tasks is the wheelbarrow. Although useful, the wheelbarrow requires a great deal of physical strength to move. Even more physical strength is required to lift the wheelbarrow to dump its contents. This makes it unsuitable for use by children, elderly, and those with diminished physical strength. Inventors Lyles and Hudson-Lyles have created a means by which yard and garden maintenance can be accomplished in a simple and easy manner, by almost anyone!
This clever new invention easily transports topsoil, mulch, gravel, concrete, and more. It can be rolled rather than pushed. It tilts rearward to empty out container contents. These features make the invention ideal for those with limited physical strength. It is a great rental item. The use of the E-Z Wheelbarrow Hitch provides for all of the advantages of a wheelbarrow, but without the inherent disadvantage of lifting, balancing, and moving a conventional wheelbarrow.
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