The Grocery Bin Cart is a multipurpose folding cart capable of holding two large plastic totes or shopping bins.
Inventor Donald B. McLeod of Saskatoon, SK has created a multipurpose folding cart capable of holding two large plastic totes or shopping bins.
The average person has several methods of moving many objects of small or large size. Perhaps the most commonly used aid is the shopping cart. However, these carts are typically not available for home use. Additionally, the basket area on most shopping carts is typically large in size, making it impractical when trying to move a lot of small items. Other assistance means include the wheelbarrow and the hand truck. However, the wheelbarrow is not for indoor use. The hand truck, although good for heavy loads, only works with one object at a time, and requires the user to balance the load on two wheels. Inventor McLeod has created a means by which multiple smaller objects of various sizes and shapes can be easily moved and stored, without these disadvantages.
This clever new invention holds two baskets in a stacked arrangement. It reduces the chance of injury from carrying heavy objects. It can roll over all types of flooring. It saves time and effort. It is especially great for the elderly. The use of the Grocery Bin Cart provides for the moving of multiple cumbersome loads, in a manner which is not only quick, easy, and effective, but without the disadvantages of present methods.