dbest: Smart Cart Review

dbest: Smart Cart Review + Giveaway

There are many advantages to living on the coast, but the one disadvantage is parking. Where we live each resident is allocated one spot that may or may not be in front of your house, depending on the spots numbering. What this means is that if you are a two car household, one person will be parking on the well-traveled and always busy 101.

The most difficult part of this parking situation is when you have items to carry to be brought home. Unless there is a way to carry multiple items, most times a walk down is necessary, as well as repeated a couple of times.

Given that this walk is uphill on the way back (the time when the items are the heaviest), I am always looking for an easier way to carry the items I will need while keeping my carrying load low. When I was recently watching my normal Friday night shows, I saw a potential solution – Smart Cart.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of dbest/CornerstonePR. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a blue Smart Cart for review –

The Smart Cart is a cart of wheels that weighs less than 3 pounds and can be folded to fewer than two inches for compact storage. The Smart Cart can hold up to 110 pounds.

The creators of the Smart Cart thought of each aspect of this cart when they constructed it.  The inside is made of fiber board which is sturdy and light. The top folds down making more of a lid than top.

The Smart Cart measures in at a 11 length x 13 wide and a height of 17 inches. There is room for grocery bags, books, toys, and just about anything else that you would need to transport from one location to another. The handle extends to 41 inches and is made of aluminum for strength and it is lightweight, I am 5’7 and I was able to comfortably hold the handle and maneuver the cart.

There is a front pocket that was perfect for coupons and lists of that was needed to purchase. The Smart Cart is waterproof and the wheels are surprisingly smooth when you are pulling this behind you.

I had originally seen this product on Shark Tank and always wondered if it was as good as it looked. I am happy to know that it lived up to the high expectations that I have for products that have gone through the Shark Tank.

If you are looking for a cart that will keep your items portable, and safe go get yourself a Smart Cart.


Click here to learn more about Smart Cart

You can find Smart Cart on Facebook and Instagram

To purchase Smart Cart on Amazon

GIVEAWAY: dbest Products is giving a Smart Cart to two lucky reader’s! (2) lucky winner’s will be selected at random to each win 1 Smart Cart – color choice will be at discretion of dbest Products Inc. – This is a $16.95 value! I will be randomly choosing 2 people on July 9th (7/9/2017) to receive this household must have cart! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by dbest Products Inc/Smart Cart. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a Smart Cart from dbest Products!




66 thoughts on “dbest: Smart Cart Review

  1. Christy Peeples DuBois

    Having to go to every store to get the items on my list because not one store has everything in stock. So aggravating to me. Along with shopping in general in person that is. I do a lot online and Amazon.

  2. Jen Ha

    trying to find something that the website says has it at that store and than asking stocker or information desk and they say we dont have that yet its new.

  3. Darcy L Koch

    When I am checking out and the cashier has to call for a price check. I swear I could do it faster myself/

  4. amy guillaume linderman

    the most tedious part for me is having to haul all the bags in from the car!

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  6. Tiffany S

    The most tedious part of shopping is carrying all of the grocery bags into the house.



  8. Julie Bickham

    It would be carrying all my shopping bags up the stairs. I live on the second floor, it’s not so fun.

  9. Kimberly O

    Standing behind someone writing a check who doesn’t know how to write out a check while watch a new lane open and they take the person behind me to wait on.

  10. Jen D

    The most tedious part of shopping for groceries is making the list and getting all of the coupons, etc. to go along with it; when I’m clothes shopping, it’s sorting through all of the racks.

  11. Geena Jean O'Banion

    Really dislike having to run around to find the right things. Feel like I am wasting my time…running. Thank you for the opportunity to win this cart. It’s really cool…..handy to use.

  12. Donna L

    Coming home and having to carry the bags in the house then unpacking everything,

  13. Wendy R.

    I often forget my list, and then can’t remember what I need. Or, sometimes it’s just too hard to actually get to the store.

  14. Dana Matthews

    The most tedious part of shopping to me is making sure I have all meals, snacks and lunches ingredients covered!

  15. latoya

    I don’t like putting the groceries away, after I shop I just wanna chill.

  16. Linda G.

    Trying to find the items on a special sale, and when I do find them they are all out!

  17. Leela

    Trying to find sale items that end up being out of stock and correcting the receipt afterwards. Almost every time I go shopping.

  18. Alison King

    For me the most tedious part is when I get home and have to put everything away. By that time, I’m just ready to be done.

  19. Anne C

    I love grocery shopping but carrying my purchases to the house takes a longtime and a lot of energy!

  20. Maryann D.

    The most tedious part of shopping is bringing everything in the car and then bringing everything in the house and putting it all away.

  21. Julie Lundstrom

    The worst part of grocery shopping is the bagging it up and getting it out to the car. This looks really neat and would help make it easier.

  22. Mary Beth Elderton

    I find the car loading and unloading the most tedious. I enjoy the rest of shopping.

  23. Sarah L

    I consider the whole shopping experience to be tedious.
    Thanks for the contest.

  24. Coriander S Warren

    The most tedious….probably the prep work before (lists, coupons, etc) and then of course carrying it all into the house and putting it all away UGH!

  25. Vicki D.

    I like the shopping at the store. But, when I get home, I don’t like having to carry the bags in to the house and then having to put everything away.

  26. LauraJJ

    Oh I have to say its getting my list together and figuring out our meals for the week! UGH…so much work!

  27. Sarah Hall

    It’s trying to reach things on high shelves especially in the cold foods freezers.

  28. ncjeepster

    Trying to lug all the bags to the cars. Sometimes when you have just few they seem to weigh so much once you pick them up and start heading to the car.

  29. Leah Shumack

    Bringing all the bags into the house and putting everything away!

  30. Elicia P

    Bringing the bags in and then putting it all away. There are times the bag either stays in the car or is at least brought in but stays on the kitchen floor..

  31. Michelle Catallo

    I’ll be honest, my kids. Between working two jobs and them in school they are with me when I grocery shop and I end up not being able to save as much money as I know I could without them with me. Being a single mom with three kids is tough but, I wouldn’t have it any other way plus, I admit, I space out multitasking on a few things, like remembering shopping bags…

  32. AEKZ2

    I really hate taking the bags out of the car and putting stuff away. Sounds silly, but I don’t like it at all.


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