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Chillington Camden Classic Black Wheelbarrow - 85L £27 @ Wickes
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Chillington Camden Classic Black Wheelbarrow - 85L £27 @ Wickes

£27£34.8022%Wickes Deals
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Posted 4th Jul
As above.

Good price ( was £35 )

Also available at £32 ( Reduced from £40 ) ..... ‘ Haemmerlin Vibrante Go Polypropylene Pneumatic Wheelbarrow Green - 90L ‘

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The black frame is very reliable with a one piece tubular design, the tray of the wheelbarrow has specific narrow design that allows easier access through doors, front tray supports that add strength to the overall design.

Length 148cm x Width 58cm x Height 56cm
For general builders use
A longer frame makes carrying and manoeuvring heavy loads easier
Metal disc rim on wheel for added strength
Pneumatic tyre for a smoother ride
Epoxy coated tray and frame for longer life
Axle Bore: 14mm
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Well spotted @PennyTrader
Perfectly decent and durable wheelbarrow, we've got one and they look built to last

There are minor rust spots on all the ones in store but don't let that put you off, it doesn't seem to spread (and we leave ours outside).

The handle grips are a bit slidy which could be annoying for heavy building work but no worries for general gardening.
rumble04/07/2019 07:59

Perfectly decent and durable wheelbarrow, we've got one and they look …Perfectly decent and durable wheelbarrow, we've got one and they look built to lastThere are minor rust spots on all the ones in store but don't let that put you off, it doesn't seem to spread (and we leave ours outside).The handle grips are a bit slidy which could be annoying for heavy building work but no worries for general gardening.


So it starts off as a perfectly decent barrow and continues to be rusty from new with slidy grips.
We have them on the allotment so I can also add squeaky wheels, fairly shallow and badly balanced.
We have one of these, had it a few years, great value for money at the £40 I paid for it. Well worth it at this price, you won't be disappointed.
Decent wheel barrow, mines had a lot of use, few dents but that’s probably expected from throwing old concrete in there.
Wheel does squeak but wd40 cures that.
Thanks for posting @PennyTrader we have added this to today's Highlights
Decent barrow for the price point. Had ours 5 years & stays outside all the time. Started rusting at joints, fixing points etc but a bit of hammerite sorted that out.
Tip: Try & get your hands on an old kiddies bike tyre - smaller wheels, ideally Chunky treads, say from the tip etc. Cut one tyre in three equal parts or both tyres in half, to get 4 pieces. Flip over the barrow & wrap one part on the metal bar in front of the tyre where it contacts the ground as you tip it up and the other two on the parts of the "U" legs that contact the ground. Use some black cable ties to secure the "protectors" to the frame. Saves a tonne of scratching & rusting but remember to store so the water runs away & doesn't collect in them
Also, bit of duct tape all around the four sides of the bowl rim & replace as needed helps protect & prolong those edges too. Check tyre pressures & keep well inflated & will serve you for years.
davej171004/07/2019 22:11

Decent barrow for the price point. Had ours 5 years & stays outside all …Decent barrow for the price point. Had ours 5 years & stays outside all the time. Started rusting at joints, fixing points etc but a bit of hammerite sorted that out. Tip: Try & get your hands on an old kiddies bike tyre - smaller wheels, ideally Chunky treads, say from the tip etc. Cut one tyre in three equal parts or both tyres in half, to get 4 pieces. Flip over the barrow & wrap one part on the metal bar in front of the tyre where it contacts the ground as you tip it up and the other two on the parts of the "U" legs that contact the ground. Use some black cable ties to secure the "protectors" to the frame. Saves a tonne of scratching & rusting but remember to store so the water runs away & doesn't collect in themAlso, bit of duct tape all around the four sides of the bowl rim & replace as needed helps protect & prolong those edges too. Check tyre pressures & keep well inflated & will serve you for years.


Its a wheelbarrow not a ming vase
fireman104/07/2019 08:28

So it starts off as a perfectly decent barrow and continues to be rusty …So it starts off as a perfectly decent barrow and continues to be rusty from new with slidy grips.We have them on the allotment so I can also add squeaky wheels, fairly shallow and badly balanced.


I didn't realise that you could get wheelbarrows that didn't have squeaky wheels, and with one (only one) slidy grip which means it topples over whenever you pick them up.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 5th Jul
‘ Tradepro ‘discount code to reduce it down to £24.30
I got mine for £22 in store because it had a little bit of rust on it as they're all stored outside.
sport1tim05/07/2019 06:34

‘ Tradepro ‘discount code to reduce it down to £24.30



where do you put the code please?
robbiewin04/07/2019 22:40

Its a wheelbarrow not a ming vase


Well spotted, sunshine! Thanks for noticing. Nothing gets past you, does it? Easy to mix them both up.

I'm always happy to share inexpensive tips with others to save money, help slow down the speed of stuff going to landfill & help extend useful working life, even if it's just a wheelbarrow with old tyres & duct tape. Too many people think everything is disposable, nowadays, just because it's cheap.

Any helpful tips for our community members, or is pointing out a wheelbarrow isn't a ming vase the best you can offer us?
Edited by: "davej1710" 6th Jul
Good barrow I’ve had one for years with a galvanised bucket. I took the grips off, never ever missed them, utterly pointless.

Mine lives inside and has next to no rust. I put extra washers on mine to take up the gap, never heard it squeak.
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