Our durable wheel casters are designed to be inserted in the base of our Tomato Success Kits and Self-Watering Patio Planters. The casters provide mobility for ease of cleaning, and moving or simply rotating your planter. Casters are non-locking.
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Difficult to remove for reuse
By miss utility
from Denver, CO
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about : Planter Casters, Set of 4:
These casters snap securely into the Tomato Success Kit self watering planter. So securely that I could not remove them to re-use on a replacement planter when the original planter cracked after 5 years use. They work great, but loose one star for being difficult to remove and re-use. So now I must order another set. Frequent hailstorms require moving the tomatoes in & out of sheltered area most of June & July.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Casters work well!
By Harry the Tomato Guy
from Bend, OR
These casters were ordered for my self watering tomato success containers and they work well. You place them in the bottom wheel holes and they stay in place. It makes them very easy to move with little effort. We live in an area where we get down or below freezing and it is easy for me to move them in and out of our garage.
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Wish they snapped in
from Edmonds, WA
About Me Master Gardener
I bought four sets of casters for my two large Terrazza Trough planters (16 in all). My only complaint is that they don't snap into the containers, but merely sit in the holes provided. So, they fall out easily when you're trying to position them all. But, once they are put in, they're fine. Just be sure to buy two sets of casters for the large rectangular planters. I made the mistake of thinking that four would do, but then realized that the weight of the container really needs eight. Also, due to the design, you really can't find casters from the local hardware store that would work. They make wheeling the containers around the deck a breeze.
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