There are tons of different wheelbarrows, with many different designs. You would be surprised at how many - how do you choose the right one for you?
Wheelbarrows have been around for donkeys years, and fill many needs, from hauling manure from the stable to the compost bin, to mixing concrete mortar on building sites. I use one to sift compost into, with a screen that sits over it.
All of the different permutations may look similar, but the slight alterations in dimension and size, not to mention weight, make them perfect, or not so perfect, for a particular task.
Flatter and shallower wheelbarrows sold as homeowner types are good for general use - a few twigs or grass clippings are all it will hold.
Deeper ones are designed to hold concrete to transport it, so they are much more sturdy to carry the weight.
The height of the sides makes it possible to really load it up with wet or sloppy materials, but the trade off is that it makes it a lot more top heavy and hard to handle.
If you're lucky enough to be able to purchase a new wheelbarrow, and you know what it will most likely be used for, here are a few things to look for;