I gave this to my mom for mothers day so she could stroll to the laundry room, located at the far end of her apartment complex, rather than drive her laundry down there. This cart moves very easily and provides stability for her as she's walking (she's semi-handicapped). You can tilt the cart or use it upright with all casters on the ground, it is very easy to maneuver and it closes up for storage. Directions are minimal but clear and I put the cart together in less than thirty minutes by myself. The rubber casters must be recycled and have that overpowering odor but a few days outside allowed the odor to dissipate. My mom is so pleased with this. Her tall laundry basket fits right in and the additional basket holds her laundry supplies. She said she's been wanting one for a long time (wish she would have said so instead of making me guess:-) and is going to use it at festivals and other outings, not just for laundry. There is a liner accessory that is sold separately but she is a professional seamstress and wants to make her own. Once the liner is in place, it can accommodate her folding chair and any purchases she makes. She is 70 now and never goes to the mall because the stores lack rolling buggies and she does not like hand baskets but this has liberated her to a certain degree because it serves as a personal shopping cart and it's easy to haul in her van! Finally I found a decent gift for my mom that she actually uses and it didn't cost a fortune!
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend