3-in-1 Hand Truck (max load 30Kg) - £10 @ Woolworths (50% off) ! - HotUKDeals
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3-in-1 Hand Truck is now just £10 @ Woolworths (was £20)

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Description : Great for moving heavyweight garden or household items, this sturdy hand truck can hold a maximum weight of up to 30kg.

Features : Tubular steel | Easily converts from upright to flatbed position | Maximum load: 30kg
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#1
Easily converts from upright to flatbed position ...

http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/13/08/38/13083809.jpg
[mod]#2
Very useful and good price! Thanks edi! :)
#3
Welcome Cat :)
#4
I look at this a while back in my local Woolworth's and thought it looked a bit flimsy.
I suppose it all depends what you want to use it for.
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sonygeezer
I look at this a while back in my local Woolworth's and thought it looked a bit flimsy.
I suppose it all depends what you want to use it for.


Thanks sonygeezer for the feedback.

It should handle 30Kg ;-)
#6
edi
Thanks sonygeezer for the feedback.
It should handle 30Kg ;-)


The problem might be that it's kinda inconvenient to get that 37KG item onto the bathroom scales (even worse if it's the kitchen scales!!!!) to find out if the trolley can handle it?!?! How much does that bookcase weigh Edi?...& your cooker?...oh & that chest of drawers?!?! If you don't know how can you be sure it's a safe load?

This is actually pretty good value for small scale use but if you regularly shift heavier items look for something that can handle far more than you require to play it safe.

Jokes aside - Overloading & poor lifting can cause (predominantly back-related) accidents that could affect you for the rest of your life.
#7
edi
Thanks sonygeezer for the feedback.

It should handle 30Kg ;-)


One bag of building sand is 25kgs, one bag of cement is 20kgs I think now, so not the best for garden building, easier to lump it on your shoulder and carry one in your other hand :giggle: I've seen the little wheels crumble under weight, so be careful.
#8
I made the mistake of buying one of these a few years ago to move a washing machine :oops:

One bent trolley later I decided that in future I'd read the small print :giggle:
#9
I got a similar one and although good for the price, don't expect to lift white goods with it.

If you're going to Glastonbury etc and want to lug your camping gear over hills and fields, MAKE SURE it has the metal wheels. Argos sold a similar thing with plastic wheels a while back and it lasted approx 10 foot from the car before the first wheel fell off!
#10
I think Tesco currently have trolleys like this for £10 in their garden section.
banned#11
Hi,

I’m after one of these trolleys that can lift a washing machine or a fridge so I guess this won’t do the trick.

Can you please advise which trolley (kg’s) I need that can lift these appliances, I saw a trolley in B&Q which can lift a maximum of 200kg for £20, would this be okay?

Thanks
#12
hotuk
Hi,

I’m after one of these trolleys that can lift a washing machine or a fridge so I guess this won’t do the trick.

Can you please advise which trolley (kg’s) I need that can lift these appliances, I saw a trolley in B&Q which can lift a maximum of 200kg for £20, would this be okay?

Thanks


As long as the platform is big enough to take whatever you want to carry the B&Q one would be fine.

I haven't got a clue how much a fridge or washing machine actually weighs (definately less than 200kg though), maybe the manufacturers sites would tell you.
#13
I also bought one of these to move house, and bent it with the first box. It couldn't be used for anything other than stuff you couldn't lift yourself. The deal might be good, but not the item itself.

Oh, and I think its maximum capacity is based on it being in the flatbed position, its upright capacity is even less.

I would suggest the average fridge is less than 100kg, a washing machine tends to be more because of the lumps of concrete found in the bottom. 200kg should be enough.
banned#14
Thanks,

I’ll have to check out the B&Q one again, from what I can remember that trolley had two large back wheels and would most probably have to tilt it back to carry – Not too sure how wide the platform is though, maybe not wide enough as the size of a washing machine or a fridge.
#15
My local Lidls had these in yesterday - £15.99 I think but they could carry up to 90kg instead of just 30 - they fold up very neatly too. I've just looked on Lidl's website but can't see them there, might be worth checking out your local store though.
[mod]#16
Good deal and still available , thanks edi :thumbsup:

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