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Aluminium handtruck 80Kg max weight £15.49 @ Homebase
Aluminium handtruck 80Kg max weight £15.49 @ Homebase

Aluminium handtruck 80Kg max weight £15.49 @ Homebase

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Aluminium Handtruck
Lightweight portable two wheel sack truck.
Easy to open and fold.
Maximum load 80kg.
Compact and easy to store.

Ideal as i have just moved home and it really helped with the move!!
fantastic price!!

Bought mine in store and there was about 10 on the shelf

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handy to have...heat added

Probs gonna get this for Glasto

Seen these in B&M bargains for £15 as well if its nearer

I own one of these from homebase, they are very good, fold up small

nice

bargain, but no store near me, really need a new one for work.

Got one today. Reserved with Homebase, went in and they tried to palm me off with the 45kg version. Mentioned it to them and they re-checked online description and had to hunt in the warehouse for the correct one.

Looks good, but make sure they give you the 80kg.

Cheers op, good find.

Got one a few years back as a second sack-barrow; great little thing - gets my beers and tent from A to B! Think I paid nearly £20, but the lowest I've seen is £11.
Heat though!

They usually go for £20 but often turn-up at £15. Maplin often have them - as do QD stores.

Great for festivals. We used one to cart our tent and bags - then when you get on site, it doubles as a fab shopping trolley for crates of booze!

Heat. Good price - **** all over the inferior B&Q own version which retails nearer £20

nice find mate

Plastic wheels are a no no. Won't last 20 yards across a Pilton field with the weight of a tent on. I made the same mistake with an Argos version about 5 yrs ago and got nowhere before the wheels fell off the axle.

Does anyone know the width of it?

Banned

currently moving house.and my housemate just twrist her ankle...poor her and gonna get her one~

From Friday, there's a 20% voucher off at Homebase available via MSE. Makes it even cheaper at around the £12.40 mark.

stokerej

From Friday, there's a 20% voucher off at Homebase available via MSE. … From Friday, there's a 20% voucher off at Homebase available via MSE. Makes it even cheaper at around the £12.40 mark.



Thumbs up. Was just about the mention this.

Got this today, and Hot! Thanks op.

Don't buy these, don't last 5 mins with any weight. Get yourself to Costco, they do a far heavier duty one for around £24 that is absolutely awesome. If you're only giving this light use go for it, though if you're not carrying anything heavy why are you using a trolley??

8-)

Mine is ready fo collection with a further 20% off :-)
Thanks OP and Homebase voucher !!

davedj79

Don't buy these, don't last 5 mins with any weight. Get yourself to … Don't buy these, don't last 5 mins with any weight. Get yourself to Costco, they do a far heavier duty one for around £24 that is absolutely awesome. If you're only giving this light use go for it, though if you're not carrying anything heavy why are you using a trolley??8-)



Is the cost co one, collapse-able tho ?? (got a pic of it ?|)

I know this isn't a heavy duty piece of kit, but is definitely has it's advantages for certain situations.

Do Not Get This For Glastonbury!!!! Just lump your stuff in a rucksack,,,,, year in, year out we laugh at all the people who are having to ferry crates and tents by hand as they sit beside a broken trolley. You will load it up too heavy, it is uneven ground, it will break, you will have a nightmare to start the festival....
Unless you've got a seriously heavy duty set of wheels there really is no point.

Back up to 30.99 now - forgot to collect the one I reserved, doh!

robertoegg

Do Not Get This For Glastonbury!!!! Just lump your stuff in a … Do Not Get This For Glastonbury!!!! Just lump your stuff in a rucksack,,,,, year in, year out we laugh at all the people who are having to ferry crates and tents by hand as they sit beside a broken trolley. You will load it up too heavy, it is uneven ground, it will break, you will have a nightmare to start the festival.... Unless you've got a seriously heavy duty set of wheels there really is no point.



Yeah but was tempted anyway. Waited for the voucher to kick in & it was back up to full price. Kinda glad tho cos colleague has just pointed out where I can 'borrow' one from work. Looks much sturdier with bigger wheels. Gonna give it a go so if you see me at Bushy Ground in a couple of weeks dragging a wheelless aluminium frame please feel free to point & laugh

Reserved late on wednesday night after midnight so reservation was secured to today in order to use the voucher.

Collected from Bedworth this evening and the guy brought round the 45kg version. Told him it was the 80kg one and he went and stuck the reservation sticker on the right one and brought that round.

At the checkout the girl had a hand written note in a scrapbook stating the misprice and the fact this should be 30 quid, however gave it to me at the offer price and then manually worked out the 20% off as this would not go through the till. So, £12.40 in all.

Story doesn't end there though. When I got this home I opened it up and found the central rod had broken from the base plate. I don't think I broke it when opening, but the instructions do make a point of how important it is to raise the handle first.

Anyway, took it straight back and got it swapped. Don't think thus central rod wil stand up to much, but not bad for 12 quid.

Thanks op...

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