Chillington Camden Classic Black Wheelbarrow - 85L - £28 Click and Collect  @ Wickes
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Chillington Camden Classic Black Wheelbarrow - 85L - £28 Click and Collect @ Wickes

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Refreshed 4th Oct (Posted 1st Oct)
As above.

Not a bad price - was £35.

Part of Wickes Autumn deals - quite a few offers on worth a look...

wickes.co.uk/lat…den

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.

Product details
Maximum Load: 85 L
Load Plate Width: 560 mm
Handle Material: Steel Tubes
Material: Steel
Wheel Type: Pneumatic
Colour: Black
Type: Wheelbarrow
Brand Name: Chillington
Features & benefits

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
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Thanks for this post, Will be checking out the rest of their sale in a bit.
This is a really good price as it was originally £35, Upon looking further it is the cheapest price I can find.
I got this for £30 a couple of years ago. Does the job fine. The wheel got a bit squeaky at one stage but some wd40 sorted that out. The black paint inside the barrow will crack and peel over time, meaning you'll sometimes get black paint flecks in soil or whatever you're shifting
pablomalin01/10/2019 22:26

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That was Germany in the 20,s not here. Our banking is safe unlike the bundersbank
I was a builder 40 years. These barrows were the best ones and only ones we used. Lasted forever. Don't know about this one but the inflatable tyres were the best to buy
I'd expect an alloy wheel for that price.
ebble02/10/2019 09:39

I'd expect an alloy wheel for that price.


Lol alloys and cement don't go together very well, ask my vans
ebble02/10/2019 09:39

I'd expect an alloy wheel for that price.


My last ones I bought were around 20 trade price so worth trying builders merchants first. And we're pump up tyres.
Walked away with mine for £25
peterdarlison202/10/2019 09:14

I was a builder 40 years. These barrows were the best ones and only ones …I was a builder 40 years. These barrows were the best ones and only ones we used. Lasted forever. Don't know about this one but the inflatable tyres were the best to buy


Ones, forever?
peterdarlison202/10/2019 09:14

I was a builder 40 years. These barrows were the best ones and only ones …I was a builder 40 years. These barrows were the best ones and only ones we used. Lasted forever. Don't know about this one but the inflatable tyres were the best to buy


Builder and Brexiteer - Hmmm, makes sense.
peterdarlison202/10/2019 09:14

I was a builder 40 years. These barrows were the best ones and only ones …I was a builder 40 years. These barrows were the best ones and only ones we used. Lasted forever. Don't know about this one but the inflatable tyres were the best to buy


Yes builder here too excellent barrows iv'e had my last one about 15 years was in excellent condition.Till my son borrowed it to move a large dry stone wall now knackered and he owes me another lol.
den16902/10/2019 14:55

Yes builder here too excellent barrows iv'e had my last one about 15 years …Yes builder here too excellent barrows iv'e had my last one about 15 years was in excellent condition.Till my son borrowed it to move a large dry stone wall now knackered and he owes me another lol.


Send him this link and remind him
Why on earth can't we catch up with the Chinese design where the wheels sit in the centre under the load which means that the labourer only supplies energy to move the barrow and none to carry all the weight! Stupid european design, lol
RedSkywalker02/10/2019 18:07

Why on earth can't we catch up with the Chinese design where the wheels …Why on earth can't we catch up with the Chinese design where the wheels sit in the centre under the load which means that the labourer only supplies energy to move the barrow and none to carry all the weight! Stupid european design, lol


You mean this ?

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Looks scary
RedSkywalker02/10/2019 18:07

Why on earth can't we catch up with the Chinese design where the wheels …Why on earth can't we catch up with the Chinese design where the wheels sit in the centre under the load which means that the labourer only supplies energy to move the barrow and none to carry all the weight! Stupid european design, lol


Presumably because that would actually raise the centre of mass and make it more unstable laterally, and because we don't tend to use wheelbarrows for the general movement of goods - rather short distance movement of garden and building materials where the ability to easily tip the contents onto the ground is one of the main features. Sounds like what you want is a wheelbarrow with two wheels, which exists. It's just a bit more expensive.
Edited by: "MilkTheFrog" 3rd Oct
8ANNED02/10/2019 11:08

Ones, forever?


Well let's say we had good use and believe me they were abused
I have a similar model used to haul away all the clay I'm digging up creating my pond.

Decent enough for domestic use, but no where near any professional quality.
Mirola03/10/2019 21:00

I have a similar model used to haul away all the clay I'm digging up …I have a similar model used to haul away all the clay I'm digging up creating my pond. Decent enough for domestic use, but no where near any professional quality.



The only different is the wheel and the pieces either side that hold the wheel axel. The domestic are plastic where the builders ones are into metal.
pablomalin01/10/2019 22:26

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Useful to carry all the bricks we'll have to build new homes with the money we'll save
Decent barrow - mine's six years in, left outside year round, and still in fairly good nick. Paintwork starting to bubble and the silver struts on the front are fairly surface rusted, but still 100% workable.
Reckon it's a 8-10 year barrow, so £2.80-3.50 per year is good value.
Edited by: "lanc1979" 4th Oct
That's a fantastic one-wheeler.
lanc197904/10/2019 14:12

Decent barrow - mine's six years in, left outside year round, and still in …Decent barrow - mine's six years in, left outside year round, and still in fairly good nick. Paintwork starting to bubble and the silver struts on the front are fairly surface rusted, but still 100% workable.Reckon it's a 8-10 year barrow, so £2.80-3.50 per year is good value.


only on hukd do we find a unit for £/year/barrow
peterdarlison203/10/2019 21:21

The only different is the wheel and the pieces either side that hold the …The only different is the wheel and the pieces either side that hold the wheel axel. The domestic are plastic where the builders ones are into metal.



Mine are metal, as a complete noob I still would not give it to a professional tradesman.
Thanks for posting @PennyTrader we have added this to the Highlights pages
Ideal mode of transport
peterdarlison202/10/2019 09:11

That was Germany in the 20,s not here. Our banking is safe unlike the …That was Germany in the 20,s not here. Our banking is safe unlike the bundersbank


Hyper inflation was caused by the reparations of the Versailles agreement. Brexit is caused by incompetence
dezontk04/10/2019 14:10

Useful to carry all the bricks we'll have to build new homes with the …Useful to carry all the bricks we'll have to build new homes with the money we'll save


And to clean out the stables we keen the unicorns in
Roughly how many pillows can you fit in this?
frankie1g04/10/2019 22:41

Hyper inflation was caused by the reparations of the Versailles agreement. …Hyper inflation was caused by the reparations of the Versailles agreement. Brexit is caused by incompetence


Yawn..... Boring. Trouble is you young people know everything. I forgot that.
Edited by: "peterdarlison2" 5th Oct
LOL HUKD decided my comment was off topic. shame on you br***teers!
How much cash does this hold please? I need to make another trip to the bank.
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