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Einhell Folding Truck 90kg Capacity - £23.75 Delivered @ Amazon

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For all those off to festivals this year, this could well come in handy Read More
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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I have one of these - or very very similar. I don't know where they get the 90kg figure from, because the base plate on mine can't take anything like that. Still very useful, but don't expect to move heavy stuff around with it.
#2
I wouldn't trust those wheels if it was vaguely muddy personally. I would go with one with pneumatic tyres to cope a bit better if you can find one.
#3
This one is frequently on offer at Aldi and lidl for about £14 - £16. I bought one years ago and it's still working after a lot of use.
1 Like #4
I work for the company that manufacture these.
http://www.isc-gmbh.info/download/prod/33009921/2260112_01017.pdf
#5
i got one of these a few weeks ago (upto 60k) in northampton b&q for £2 bargain! could do with a stonger one really
#6
I would rather have the one they sell in wickes http://www.wickes.co.uk/sack-truck/invt/500302/
banned 4 Likes #7
With this and the handaxe on sale earlier I've got everything I need to get rid of those bodies piling up in my basement. Could maybe do with a shovel on offer if anyone's got any vouchers?
#8
What's the strongest one anyone has come across? Always see people snapping or the wheels giving way
1 Like #9
Maximum weight a sack truck can handle 250kg (maybe 300kg). I.e.
http://www.screwfix.com/p/sack-truck/38945

Edit: 315kg one here: amazon

Edited By: captc on Jun 06, 2011 20:31
#10
DeathByButtons
I work for the company that manufacture these.
http://www.isc-gmbh.info/download/prod/33009921/2260112_01017.pdf
so you work for the **** that forever give me http 404 not found when clicking on interesting links???
#11
I should've made it cleare by stating this was aimed at people who are after a folding trolley, like me.

I'm fully aware that there are stronger trolleys capable of supporting heavier loads available for not much more pence.
#13
Would this be suitable for carrying beer crates at festivals, especially if its wet and muddy as hell
#14
This is gonna get stuck anywhere with mildly rough terrain e.g. Glasto as I found out last year :(
#15
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/714XjPxTc9L._AA1500_.jpg
If its a #glasto one you need three of these - welded together in a line!
http://media.dyson.com/images_resize_sites/inside_dyson/assets/US/main/ballbarrow_01.jpg
#16
Miguel
Would this be suitable for carrying beer crates at festivals, especially if its wet and muddy as hell

no!

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