You can remove the handle but it requires removing the nut and bolt that holds it in place-not a big deal but not as simple as removing the front wheel/handle unit (the wheelbarrow/wagon kit). The aerocart can be stored in the upright position with the kit attached but the handle may need to lean against the wall behind it. I've done it that way but I usually take the wagon kit off and hang the kit by it's handle on a nail on the wall. In either case, I flip down the support like if I were using the cart as a vertical Dolly and that give the cart better stability for vertical storage. When using the cart to haul items like bags of mulch, bricks, etc., I place a piece of plywood which I cut just a few inches wider than the length and width of the cart and it serves as a flat bed wagon which works great. I've gotten so much use from this that I can definitely recommend it. The wheelbarrow wagon kit expands the versatility of the cart so much, at least for me, that I wouldn't want to be without it. Great items. I even bought a second Aerocart (found it at a pawn shop for $60, although without the wagon kit) for my daughter, who does lots of gardening; maybe I'll buy her the kit for Christmas!
Date published: 2018-05-09