Bosch XL-CART Heavy-Duty Folding Jobsite Mobility Cart

Model: bshnxl-cart
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Bosch XL-CART Heavy-Duty Folding Jobsite Mobility Cart Model: bshnxl-cart

Product Features & specs :

Bosch XL-CART Heavy-Duty Folding Jobsite Mobility Cart

The Bosch XL-Cart Heavy-Duty Folding Jobsite Mobility Cart minimizes the number of jobsite trips. Its portability permits the cart for a variety of loading and unloading chores. The XL-Cart's rugged steel construction can withstand large loads, heavy use and heavy capacities. The handles move out of the way for stowing, but large enough to offer better maneuverability when in use. It also has a beveled nose plate to help protect cargo from damage in harsh working conditions.
  • Large load capacity can hold up to 300 lbs.
  • Rugged steel construction for added durability
  • Large rubber wheels for easy transport over rugged terrain or up and down stairs
  • Compression strap for secure protection and large base for stable movement
  • Foldable to compact size in seconds
  • Compatible with Bosch L-BOXX1, L-BOXX2, L-BOXX3, L-BOXX4, L-BOXX3D and L-BOXX1A
What’s Included:
  • Heavy-Duty Folding Jobsite Mobility Cart - XL-CART
23 in.
23 in.
41 in.
23 in.
25 lbs.
Bed Material
Frame Material
Load Capacity
300 lbs
Wheel Size
8 in
Wheel Type

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Heavy duty
Contrary to what other people have said, L-Boxx's sit fine on this cart (no different from their older version , slide to the back and sit flat. There are small tabs on the bottom plate that keep L-Boxx's from shifting to the side. They are small enough to be effective but not too big to interfere with how any other flat bottom products sit. I wouldn't want L-Boxx's to click in to the cart, it's not necessary to keep the in place and I can't imagine trying to un-click a heavy stack of them. I like the wide base plate and wide wheels, they keep the cart and load stable when the ground isn't. I have heard of people saying the strap seems like an afterthought but I am finding I really don't use it and wouldn't want it permanently attached. I think I would rather place it where I need it if I ever do feel the need to use it. I never use the flip out handles, the top padded bar has plenty of grip for stability but at least the handles are not in the way. This cart is a big upgrade from their older version, taller, bigger base plate and wheels and much more heavy duty, a better fit for jobsite conditions.
December 9, 2017
Originally posted at
I am a loyal Bosch tool finish carpenter in my trailer you will be hard pressed to find another brand of tool i bought the xl cart to carry my l boxes but when i got it i found the same problem the base does not support the boxes is there not some kind of bracket you could engineer to rivet or screw on such a simple fix for little cost
March 11, 2017
Originally posted at
Portable and not too heavy.
Great cart, sturdy and very well built. You can transport almost anything.
December 6, 2016
Great handcart
I have the lboxx storage system so I got this cart for it. When you close the cart folds perfectly flat. Wheels pulls in. Tires are big enough for stairs. I even moved fridge with it it handles perfectly. You can adjust the height of the handles.or any position you wanna turn the handles. It has a strap for securing the load.
September 30, 2016
Originally posted at
Seems heavy duty with a few caveats
Bought this dolly to use with some systainers and tough boxes. I read reviews which all seemed positive.

It was part of the most recent Bosch deal

I was a little disappointed upon arrival. I actually haven't had a need to use it yet. However I have played with it a bit around the garage.

There are two intertwined issues about this dolly.

1) it doesn't stand vertically by itself when opened. If you do not have boxes or material on the base plate it wants to fall forward. It'll stand up against a wall like a champ when folded up.

2) the above seems partially due to no positive locking of the wheels. They pivot out and sorta lock but there is no reassuring mechanism to insure the wheels remain open. It does make closing the dolly for storage easy but Id rather be able to positively lock the wheels out.

I haven't tried it on stairs yet either but the wheels seem a little small for that. We shall see.

I still think I prefer the Bosch to the dewalt tough cart for size, form factor for storage and form factor through door ways. I'll try to report back when it gets some real hard use.
July 7, 2016
Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
December 15, 2015
Strong and space saving
The XL cart is the #1 answer to my everyday product handling needs.
Its compact design allows me to store it on my trucks rear door, out of the way, yet always at the ready.
It's 300 Lbs load capacity lets me haul, or move just about anything I need to.
the wide base holds the load securely, tool box's, cement bags, or ceramic floor tile.
If your looking for, good load capacity, space saving storage, ease of use, I recommend the XL cart.
December 9, 2015
Originally posted at
Read before you buy
There are a few odd design flaws. The Lbox units do not directly attach to the dolly. It is also not clear how you are suppose to secure the llbox using the straps provided. The base is sloped towards the front therefore all of the llbox's tilt forward when at rest.
November 23, 2015
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Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Nice tool cart
The cart is stronger than his predecessor but the wheels are very wobbly and it feels unstable almost when you we'll the dolly
September 17, 2015
Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Strong and durable, XL cart performs very well
The XL card works great for me I do a lot of work in high-rise buildings and even residential homes it lets me cart around all of my outbox is to have each tool and each accessory hardware with me at all times it is a Great way to have all my tools with me at all times.
September 2, 2015

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