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Chillington Camden Classic Black Wheelbarrow 85L - £20.39 with code Store pickup @ Wickes

£20.39 @ Wickes
Was £29.99. Currently has 20% off which makes it £23.99. But also have 15% off until Monday making it a cheap buy. Good reviews. Not the best in the world, granted, but fine for everyday gardening… Read More
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Was £29.99. Currently has 20% off which makes it £23.99. But also have 15% off until Monday making it a cheap buy. Good reviews. Not the best in the world, granted, but fine for everyday gardening. Just picked one up and it's ready assembled which helps.

This price is for click and collect as delivery is quite pricey.

Possible Quidco and TCB too.

The black frame is very reliable with a one piece tubular design, the tray of the wheelbarrow has specific narrow design that allows easier access through doors, front tray supports that add strength to the overall design.

- Length 148cm x Width 58cm x Height 56cm

- For general builders use

- A longer frame makes carrying and manoeuvring heavy loads easier

- Metal disc rim on wheel for added strength

- Pneumatic tyre for a smoother ride

- Epoxy coated tray and frame for longer life

- Axle Bore: 14mm
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#1
Oh no!. I bought it last weekend for £23.99p; and it's still unused. Well done Op, a good find. Heat.
1 Like #2
I know the feeling Sunrayho ;-)
#3
Nearly ordered one from Amazon but saw the 15% discount yesterday. Bought the wheelbarrow and about £80 of other stuff.

Damn you Wickes!
1 Like #4
saw this in wickes yesterday not convinced as tyre is not puncture free (replacement costs £20) and saw rust on them. better off buying lidl one

Edited By: hhali on Apr 15, 2017 09:23: lidl instead of aldi mistake
#5
good find thanks
3 Likes #6
Great wheelbarrow, we use them at work and they take a lot of abuse. Word of advice, do not buy a wheelbarrow with a solid wheel, you will regret it the moment you put anything heavy in it. Replacement wheels for these are £8 from B&Q/Homebase but a puncture is very rare and can be repaired.
#7
Steel - so heavy and will rust?
#8
Perfect, just looking for a wheelbarrow!
#9
Good find have some heat fella
#10
Ordered, many thanks.
#11
Besford
Steel - so heavy and will rust?


But may not bend when you load it full of bricks
#12
jbla1
Great wheelbarrow, we use them at work and they take a lot of abuse. Word of advice, do not buy a wheelbarrow with a solid wheel, you will regret it the moment you put anything heavy in it. Replacement wheels for these are £8 from B&Q/Homebase but a puncture is very rare and can be repaired.
Plus you can buy tubes and tyres cheaply from eBay too.
#13
It will rust as besford says but ive had my chillington barrow from wickes for 17 years and used it heavily lugging rock, bricks, soil and logs. . Its been left out in the elements for years and its still got a few years left in it and no holes. Its been more than worth its money for the jobs ive done with it. also the slimmer longer design compared to others has got me through a good few doors and gates without causing havoc. id buy another ut got to wait a couple more years before this one gives way.


Edited By: redheap on Apr 16, 2017 02:22
#14
I've had mine for about 3 years, love it.
They do rust - the moment you use it, you'll scratch the black coating which I assume is only paint, exposing the metal which will rust. It also shows so minor rust around the joints on the underside.
But so what - you're going to fill it with muck. Mine lives outside and is rusting in some places, but so what. Still useable, and as the post above says it will last, it's solid as.
#15
wd40 slows the rust. but who cares it's a wheel barrow. 15 years and still going strong with no punctures. these are great. father in law bought the galvanized steel one for a bit more. still rusts lol.
#16
once the paint comes off these rot really fast.

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