Once in a while, I wake up in the morning and for a brief moment I can’t remember who I am or how I got there. I keep hoping that one of these times I’ll become an internationally wanted super assassin. But so far, my familiar persona comes rushing back to me without fail. As if in penance for crushing my dreams, it usually offers me a brilliant idea for a new movie. You can watch it below.

 

Wheel and Caster is a locally owned business located in Spokane, Washington. We ship all over the country and strive to provide quick, helpful service. Wheel and Caster is a division of Norlift, Inc, which is also a pretty cool place. You can read more about it at the Norlift blog.

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Hey folks! Remember when I told you that I’d have a new video up for you every week? That’s funny, because I remember nothing of the kind. Seems more like I said every week or every two weeks, or whenever I bloody well please!

That in mind, check out the latest from the boys in the lab. Check back soon for more, they’re cranking ’em out their jobs are on the line. And they are. Brilliance leaves no room for mercy.

Wheel and Caster is a locally owned business located in Spokane, Washington. We ship all over the country and strive to provide quick, helpful service. Wheel and Caster is a division of Norlift, Inc, which is also a pretty cool place. You can read more about it at the Norlift blog.

The boys in the lab are constantly coming up with ideas no one has ever had before. Of course, they also occasionally come up with an idea that has been done before – not their fault, we keep them pretty isolated. But even if other people have done a thing, doesn’t mean it’s a thing that can’t be done better.

We recognize that our products are esoteric and mysterious in nature, and can be confusing to the layman. So, we created some helpful videos that present the facts, and nothing but the facts. We’ll have a new one up every week until we run out of ideas.

Wheel and Caster is a locally owned business located in Spokane, Washington. We ship all over the country and strive to provide quick, helpful service. Wheel and Caster is a division of Norlift, Inc, which is also a pretty cool place. You can read more about it at the Norlift blog.

Here at the lab, we’re always innovating. Constantly. You might not think there’s all that many ways to roll a wheel across the floor; you might be very, deeply mistaken.

But sometimes we invent something so wildly different, so fearlessly groundbreaking, that it deserves its own home. And that’s today’s story, folks: After weeks of relentless science, we’re about ready for the big reveal:

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We’ve almost got the new lab set up, and we’re flying in top me – top … men – from all over the globe to set up shop and start cranking out the organization related creations.

The ribbon will be cut in the next few weeks, so start saving your pennies – you won’t want to be the last to own your own piece of the future. Here’s a link to the site for future reference: www.binandbox.com. For now, it’ll just take you to a placeholder, but when the site launches it’ll take you directly there. Or that’s what the code monkeys tell me. Zero liability.

Wheel and Caster is a locally owned business located in Spokane, Washington. We ship all over the country and strive to provide quick, helpful service. Wheel and Caster is a division of Norlift, Inc, which is also a pretty cool place. You can read more about it at the Norlift blog.

As you all know very well by now, I’m always on the lookout for a good project for you fine folks – and all the better if I don’t have to have the boys in the lab make it up for me! Gives them more time to work on installing my home theater system.

This is a pretty stellar DIY guide over on The Family Handyman, with illustrations, pictures, a step by step guide, and guidance on what parts to purchase. It could probably be pretty easily simplified as well, if you don’t need something quite as ornate as what they end up with.

I know what you’re thinking: you’re worried I’m gonna leave you hanging without linking you somewhere you can buy top quality garden cart wheels to use in this project! Not to worry – you know I’d never do that to you.

Wheel and Caster is a locally owned business located in Spokane, Washington. We ship all over the country and strive to provide quick, helpful service. Wheel and Caster is a division of Norlift, Inc, which is also a pretty cool place. You can read more about it at the Norlift blog.

Our lab boys have some videos in the works for you fine people to kill your spare time with, but in the meanwhile, here’s the folks from This Old House with a quick video on repairing a wheelbarrow tire. Useful if you work in a factory that manufactures loose rusty nails or somesuch.

Alternatively, you could equip your wheelbarrow or cart with flat free, solid pneumatic tires and ounce of prevention your way to ultimate yard work victory.

Wheel and Caster is a locally owned business located in Spokane, Washington. We ship all over the country and strive to provide quick, helpful service. Wheel and Caster is a division of Norlift, Inc, which is also a pretty cool place. You can read more about it at the Norlift blog.

Here at Wheel and Caster, we believe in several core principles. One of those principles is: never let the worker bees get too comfy! So we’ve ordered them to rework our showroom and expand our in-store service. It’s not quite finished yet, but it’s already looking good.

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Stop by anytime (not after 5, though. We let the guard beasts out after 5).

Wheel and Caster is a locally owned business located in Spokane, Washington. We ship all over the country and strive to provide quick, helpful service. Wheel and Caster is a division of Norlift, Inc, which is also a pretty cool place. You can read more about it at the Norlift blog.