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post #1 of Old 03-02-2008, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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I still haven't purchased one of these and would love to know how easy they are to get in and out of a residence. Into a rural home with a dirt/gravel/muddy driveway, up and down stairs in a multi-floor home, etc.

I know it has wheels and a handle but does it have a way to carry it without having to roll it like a "suitcase on wheels" from vehicle to house...up stairs, etc.?

Am currently using "soft" caddies and can sling them on my arms to get them into my homes but have to have 2. I would love to consolidate but am not sure if the Boss would work.

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Suzi,

They have handles. Imagine a milk crate on wheels.

For me, it's easier to carry the whole set in one container if I do have to pick it up (say, for a lot of stairs). They have a fabric cover with all the pockets so unless you completely submerge it in mud, it will go through anything.

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post #3 of Old 03-03-2008, 06:45 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks Torrey,

Think I'm going to go for it!

They look great. Love all the pockets.

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I recommend getting the smaller of the two. I have both and prefer the smaller one overall.

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Thanks again,

I was going to get the big one but if smaller is better that's great! It's not that much smaller and am sure it would accommodate all of my supplies. Have been using a super-nice garden tote with lots of pockets and compartments but there is no room in it to transport the towels.

I just want to 'not' have to lug anything too heavy or bulky from truck to house if the weather is bad. Don't want to have to wash the wheels prior to entering a residence. Thus the need for handles.

Some seriously rural clients here (horse & dairy farmhouses, etc.). No concrete or asphalt in their driveways or walks. Parking is either in the grass or mud.

Thanks again!!!

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