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The Rhino Cart Cart all terrain moving cart is officially available!
Some of the things you show in the videos seem unbelievable. Are they real?
Yes. Everything you see in the videos is real. The Rhino Cart and a single person performed all the movements you see in our marketing videos. There are no tricks - everyone in the video is a normal person without super powers. As with anything, you get better at navigating with Rhino Cart and conquering different obstacles the more you use it. When moving anything, it is always recommended that you clear a path and get rid of as many obstacles as possible. Just because you can run over a variety of obstacles with Rhino Cart, doesn't mean you should. Safety first!
Does Rhino Cart have a weakness?
Superman has kryptonite - Rhino Cart has soft surfaces. If you attempt to move a load on loose gravel, soft dirt, sand, or mud you will discover Rhino Carts weakness. In our extreme testing we were successfully able to move 1,500lbs on a hard pack dirt driveway. Had the driveway been loose gravel or had the surface been soft from a rain the night before, we would not have had that same success.
Can I find Rhino Cart in stores?
Not yet. We are in conversations with lots of large retailers across the US and even in other pats of the world. Hopefully Rhino Carts start showing up on shelves near you soon.
What kind of warranty comes with my Rhino Cart?
Rhino Cart comes with a standard 1 year warranty. If you register your Rhino Cart, we extend the warranty to two years.
Everything on the website says Rhino Cart is rated to carry 1,500lbs. The box says 1,100. Which is it and why is there a difference?
When we started Rhino Cart our engineering team recommended the "safe" rating of 1,100lbs. We printed boxes and materials accordingly. Deep down, we always knew Rhino Cart could safely carry more weight. After a year of individual and independent test results, we felt comfortable increasing the weight limit to 1,500lbs. We updated the website to reflect the updated weight but still had print materials in-stock. Rather than waste good resources, we opted to keep sending boxes with the lower weight rating.
When did Rhino Cart start?
We started testing prototypes in early 2018. After several iterations and countless hours of extreme testing we had a working prototype that delivered the results we were looking for. In the summer of 2019 we started taking pre-orders for the first Rhino Carts. After a countless amount of fine tuning and obsessing over details, the first finished Rhino Carts started shipping in February of 2020. Now, we have pushed into the full scale production process!
Do you have manufacturing experience?
Yes. Rhino Cart is a division of Midwest Innovative Product. Midwest Innovative Product has many years of product development, manufacturing, and marketing. Midwest Innovative Product is also the parent company of Twist and Seal. To date, more than 6 million Twist and Seal outdoor extension cord protection products have been sold across the world.
How much testing did the Rhino Cart go through?
We've put the Rhino Cart through countless extreme testing situations. Full size refrigerators over 2x4's and up perforated steel ramps, 1,500lbs of concrete on a hard pack dirt driveway, large wood slabs up a ramp into the back of a truck, heavy woodworking machinery weaving through the shop - we didn't hold back. Additionally, our engineering team has rigorously tested load limits, wheel position, force requirements for starting and turning, and variety of other conditions. The Rhino Cart will carry loads and conquer uneven surfaces that would stop other moving carts in their tracks. We are confident the finished Rhino Cart will meet your expectations.