90L Wheelbarrow - £24.80 @ Toolstation
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90L Wheelbarrow - £24.80 @ Toolstation

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Found 16th Mar 2016
Seems cheap for a wheelbarrow!

A durable, hard wearing wheelbarrow with a full steel pan and large 90 litre capacity. The high tensile steel pan features an integral under-pan support system offering greater strength and stability than standard wheelbarrows. 360mm pneumatic sure grip tyre & tube. Outer edge Pan size: 880 x 590 x 330mm. Inner Pan size: 820 x 530 x 290mm. Maximum load weight 150kg. Self-assembly required.
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good find. heat!
Free delivery as well. Great stuff.
I needed a new one. Good price and Free Delivery.

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Poor lass, this is a bargain
I prefer the Dyson Barrowball.
Great deal - ordered.
good deal - ordered
cheers chappy ,i have one winding its way to my house in Cheshire's finest countryside.
I raelly like toolstation but avoid this as I had one of these and it was really poor quality. Fell apart after a weeks usage. Better off going for a decent make
Is this barrow galvanized?
No its not.

Rubbish barrow. Get this one instead for a fiver more.

amazon.co.uk/Wal…row
Christ this websites like playing a game of snakes and ladders at the moment,looks like i will be canceling the order tomorrow then.
this e bay item no 121514094683 looks a good price, looks likely similar if not same as daily mail best wheelbarrow djm
or go to wickes seems only in Scottish stores & view for £29 you can get Chillington Camden Classic Black Wheelbarrow 85L which is a strong one
wickes.co.uk/Chi…HAQ




Edited by: "laserdisc" 16th Mar 2016
This wheelbarrow is a joke , if your transporting leaves it may be okay , I had one of these and it literally lasted 10 mins on site .
Anyone ever tried the wheelbarrow with the missus?

Tricky, but good for dumping muck.
laserdisc

this e bay item no 121514094683 looks a good price, looks likely similar … this e bay item no 121514094683 looks a good price, looks likely similar if not same as daily mail best wheelbarrow djmor go to wickes seems only in Scottish stores & view for £29 you can get Chillington Camden Classic Black Wheelbarrow 85L which is a strong onehttp://www.wickes.co.uk/Chillington-Camden-Classic-Black-Wheelbarrow-85L/p/500300?CAWELAID=120135120000014912&CAGPSPN=pla&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=&utm_campaign=Google%20Shopping%20-%20Tools%20and%20Workwear&tmcampid=&tmad=c&tmplaceref=llumTCG4&tmcustom=mkwid|sllumTCG4_dc|pcrid|43364653852|kword||match||plid|&gclid=Cj0KEQjwiKS3BRCU-7XQ75Te3NoBEiQAA2t_xBNRC1lVpf1yQiQMEZGJpu2w8YK5Mrsbuvh1VkKIsbUaAsiH8P8HAQ



Plenty of stock on the Wickes one near me in Shrewsbury.
laserdisc

or go to wickes seems only in Scottish stores & view for £29 you can get … or go to wickes seems only in Scottish stores & view for £29 you can get Chillington Camden Classic Black Wheelbarrow 85L which is a strong one


Thanks Op - it is a good price but thanks to laserdisc also. I like the brand better - plenty stock in and around Huddersfield, Halifax etc.

Edited by: "manchestman" 17th Mar 2016
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Thanks Op - it is a good price but thanks to laserdisc also. I like the … Thanks Op - it is a good price but thanks to laserdisc also. I like the brand better - plenty stock in and around Huddersfield, Halifax etc.




Thanks I initially clicked WICKES link and map came up Scotland, appears its nationwide at Wickes re availability not just Scotland plenty around Manchester Leeds London , It does get good write up re durability try in store if suitable for your needs
Paddy said, "I want to try that wheelbarrow position tonight."

His wife asked, "What is that?"

Paddy told her, "You bend over, put your hands on the floor Then I pick your legs up from behind!"

His wife said, "Hmm, okay, I'll do it on two conditions. First, if it hurts you stop immediately and, second, ... we don't go past my mother's house!"
Ours took a bit of fettling to get some of the bolt holes to line up - but once assembled it is sturdy enough. The missus is hardly overloading it though (she's using it to transport top soil).
Bought 2 of these about 18 months ago to move animal feed in bags and never used them to convey in excess of 125kg. Both are knackered and have gone to the tip. The tyres disintegrated and the bodies pulled off the frame which repeatedly twisted despite being kept in a garage. Might be okay for light loads but definitely not anything like 150kgs. The moral of the story is definately "you get what you pay for!'
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