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50kg Summit Black Festival Trolley - Black - £7.99 instore @ The Range
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50kg Summit Black Festival Trolley - Black - £7.99 instore @ The Range

£7.99£14.9947%The Range Deals
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Posted 10th JulAvailable: National

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Thought this was a good deal. ALDI had a good one for £9.99 but but this is twice as strong for £7.99.

It says £14.99 at time of writing on their website but confirmed in store today its £7 off.
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Spent £15 on this last week. looks pretty sturdy, haven't used it in anger yet (purchased to use with an Inatek inflatable kayak!)
Don’t bother. I saw about 100 of these abandoned at Glastonbury with missing wheels etc

Although to be fair there seemed to be a lot of optimism in how much a trolly like this can carry.
50kg != 7 crates of lager
Edited by: "fryitup" 10th Jul
fryitup10/07/2019 10:16

Don’t bother. I saw about 100 of these abandoned at Glastonbury with m …Don’t bother. I saw about 100 of these abandoned at Glastonbury with missing wheels etcAlthough to be fair there seemed to be a lot of optimism in how much a trolly like this can carry.50kg != 7 crates of lager


so they were all exactly the same ones then?

I actually bought one this sunday ( for £14.99) to replace my cheap one i got from B&M last year to transport my old inflatable kayak around.

It's very sturdy, larger wheels means its easier to navigate across uneven ground, loaded up with my new kayak and assorted stuff it was fine. Best part its actually a lot taller than other ones i've seen which makes pulling it so much easier
Don't buy this - i was one of the mugs that took this exact trolley to Glasto.
Spend a bit more and ensure you get a trolley with much bigger wheels.
When did these trolleys become 'festival trolleys'?
Hosting Oxfam or the like and buy an old granny trolley for a few pounds
I agree... people were lucky at Glastonbury this year with the weather. If it had been wet underfoot as well, loads of the trolleys I saw would have been destroyed! What you can fit on one of these would be a lot easier in a rucksack.

Having said all that, no other festival will have the same distances you need to travel at the big G...
It looks identical to the one in Home Bargains, but that's got 25kg limit and costs £5.99.
Maccabix10/07/2019 11:08

so they were all exactly the same ones then?I actually bought one this …so they were all exactly the same ones then?I actually bought one this sunday ( for £14.99) to replace my cheap one i got from B&M last year to transport my old inflatable kayak around.It's very sturdy, larger wheels means its easier to navigate across uneven ground, loaded up with my new kayak and assorted stuff it was fine. Best part its actually a lot taller than other ones i've seen which makes pulling it so much easier


I saw many more robust trollies than this abandoned. But to clear I Was replying on the basis of “festival trolly” label. For other less taxing usage this might be fine...
Edited by: "fryitup" 10th Jul
wondering the same lol
As others have said, pay a bit more and get one that will last. Mine has been fantastic, seen a lot similar to this fall apart at festivals
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