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Volleyball Carts Reviewed

There are a lot of volleyball carts available for purchase. How do you know which one to use and why? That is the purpose of this page. We will review what you should be looking for in a volleyball cart and which ones meet the criteria.

Cart Criteria

When you are looking for a cart to hold the balls during practices, there are a few things that you should be looking for. You want to have a cart that can hold a lot of volleyballs. Some carts are small and can only hold a few balls and this will not help you get as many repetitions in.

You also want to have a cart that has wheels at the bottom of the frame. This way, it can easily be moved around the court as needed without having to lift it up. If it doesn’t have wheels, I would not even consider purchasing it as it will only damage the court by dragging it everywhere.

A sturdy frame is also an important feature for volleyball carts. No reason to have something that is flimsy that will break or bend on minimal contact.

Although it is not a necessity, I also like to have a cart that can collapse. If it is collapsible, it can easily be stored or transported.

With those criteria in mind, here are a few carts that pass these criteria:

Tachikara Portable Cart

Top Volleyball SuppliesThis is the highest rated cart that I have seen and for a good reason. It has all of the features that were mentioned above.

The cart can hold up to 36 full size volleyballs. I love this because it allows you to get in a lot of repetitions during your drills.

The cart is also designed to be a little taller. While this may not matter to some people, it is a big deal to me. I am quite tall (6’6″) and most things are not made for taller people. This makes it easy for me to continuously get balls out of the cart without straining my lower back.

The cart is easily collapsible, and made of a sturdy aluminum frame. People have commented on how durable this cart is and thought it was a great value for the cost.

You can pick up this volleyball cart at here: Tachikara Portable Ball Cart

SSG Storage Cart

Volleyball CartsThis volleyball cart has many of the same features, but it is not the same level of quality. As a result, you will see a significant price difference.

This cart can hold up to 30 volleyballs so the storage capacity is similar to that of the Tachikara cart. This capacity will still allow you to get in plenty of repetitions in your drills.

The cart also has wheels on the bottom to make it easy to move during practice. In addition the cart also can collapse for easy storage or for travel.

The main thing that I do not like about this cart is that the bottom of the cart is made of mesh fabric. Some people may think that is a good thing as it keeps the air moving and sweat can drip from the balls. While that may be true, you also have to consider that mesh is also a much weaker material. I could easily see it tearing with repeated pressure of balls being pushed from the top. For me, that is the biggest weakness of this cart.

As I said, it also is considerably cheaper depending on what kind of budget you are working from. The cart will definitely do the job, but there is a clear quality difference. You can pick it up from here: SSG Sports Storage Cart

These reviews on volleyball carts should help you find the right one that you are looking for.

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