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Silverline 675213 100 kg Platform Truck £19.05 @ Amazon

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[mod] 6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
100 Kg Capacity platform truck with a fold-down handle and 2 swivel castors for manoeuvrability. Platform size 725 x 460 mm.

Could come in real handy in the garden this spring
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#1
Looks good Mike :)
#2
I've always fancied one of these. No idea what i would use it for but it looks cool. Very cheap for that sort of thing.
#3
We have these things at work for bringing up stock. We have to buy new ones about once every other month due to them not being able to take much.
#4
I use these on a daily basis carrying very heavy loads (Often well over the recommended weight), they are nice a and stirdy. Wouldn't work great on grass though! Great buy for the price
banned#5
> Could come in real handy in the garden this spring

Only if you have very flat paths. Otherwise, even with no load, they are a pain to push. On grass, it will sink. Even small bumps (like inch high door frames where there is a security door) make pushing these a problem when they are loaded.
#6
NobbyB
> Could come in real handy in the garden this spring

Only if you have very flat paths. Otherwise, even with no load, they are a pain to push. On grass, it will sink. Even small bumps (like inch high door frames where there is a security door) make pushing these a problem when they are loaded.


try pulling them
#7
comicmankev
they are nice a and stirdy.


Haha! They are most certainly not that!
[mod]#8
We used them at work, they were abused to twice the max load all the time but as long as you kept an eye on loosened bolts and string in the wheels they kept going very well for the cost.
Yes not any good on grass but ok on paths in the garden, depends on how big your garden is as to if they would be useful to you.
#9
I've used these things for years for everything from carrying stock, moving fridges and washing machines to moving house. Treat it like a platform with wheels and a handle rather than a fork lift truck and it will do you proud.
#10
Electro
We have to buy new ones about once every other month due to them not being able to take much.


Same reason I dump my girlfriends every other month :thumbsup:
banned#11
Magurdrac
Same reason I dump my girlfriends every other month :thumbsup:


Tut, Tut, LOL :thumbsup:
#12
MikeT
We used them at work, they were abused to twice the max load all the time but as long as you kept an eye on loosened bolts and string in the wheels they kept going very well for the cost.
Yes not any good on grass but ok on paths in the garden, depends on how big your garden is as to if they would be useful to you.


I thought Dell would be able to afford better trolleys than this? :thinking:
[mod]#13
bazzaric;8117400
I thought Dell would be able to afford better trolleys than this? :thinking:


Naughty....For the Nth time.... :p:p
#14
MikeT
We used them at work, they were abused to twice the max load all the time but as long as you kept an eye on loosened bolts and string in the wheels they kept going very well for the cost.


Dodgy Mike! That's against the law!
#15
used one last year at v fest chelsford. Did a grand job of transporting numerous crates of beer, tents, u name it. Went on grass of as well. Recommended
#16
Magurdrac
Same reason I dump my girlfriends every other month :thumbsup:
Which means of course,you don't have a girlfriend:whistling:

Are you a natural numpty,or do you have to work at it?;-)
#17
GunnerGraham
Which means of course,you don't have a girlfriend:whistling:

Are you a natural numpty,or do you have to work at it?;-)


Right back at ya. :roll:
#18
Dad's Day gift sorted, thank you OP. I worry about my elderly father's back at this ti,e of year as he gets me to hel[ him move tubs of plants around (and they're just too heavy for me to lift alone). :thumbsup:
#19
Anyone else tempted to buy two and race down a hill on them? :unsure:
#20
£24-45 now, I'm glad I ordered when I did!
#21
dink;8121820
£24-45 now, I'm glad I ordered when I did!


Look at next price down... still under £20 at amazon.
#22
DO NOT RIDE THESE! I broke my wrist attempting to drop in on a 6ft ramp my mate and I built out of pallets and steel sheets while at work in a warehouse job we had a couple of years ago. It is fairly obvious that the wheels are not designed for skateboard style acrobatics.. needless to say we both got the sack..
#23
Step 1: Put a pound in a platform trolley at Homebase
Step 2: Have fun
Step 3: Return it and get your pound back

I think it would spoil the whole point of going to Homebase if i bought my own one.

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