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Einhell Folding Load Carrier/ Sack Truck - £20 @ Argos

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Posted 13th Jun

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Einhell Folding Load Carrier/ Sack Truck

1 shelf.
Total weight capacity 90kg.
Easy assembly.
Size H110, W36, D42cm.
Weight 6kg.
Size folded 73cm.
Width folded 19cm.
Depth folded 38cm.
Manufacturer’s 2 year guarantee.

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I wouldn’t ever recommend carrying paint like this 18783-ykXS6.jpgWhat a stupid photographer! Nae logic

Place paint in boxes or some kind of plastic carton/box first.

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djbenny113/06/2019 12:48

I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing …I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing machine?I'm moving soon and will have to move some heavy plant pots and a washing machine. Those will be the last things I move so if it finishes up damaged beyond repair I won't really care as long as it moves them @Fatso666 @Shigllgetcha


I wouldn't recommend it for a washing machine due to size n weight so the lip wouldn't even reach half way so probz end up tipping over. I have however just moved a bunch of stuff to the bins inc a big tv, big boxes, coffee table, chest of drawers etc....

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paid £25 used from Amazon warehouse earlier this week . Good lil trolley and works well Amazon probz price match soon.
Edited by: "AJ92" 13th Jun
Looks like Amazon are price matching - £20 delivered with Prime.
Not bothered about the trolley, got the link to the Argos groupon voucher?
Thanks OP I need one of these.
Had this trolley for 10 years and its still solid
Edited by: "Fatso666" 13th Jun
Ordered from Amazon for £20 early morning , don’t know who lowered the price first
Looks similar to one Aldi were doing for around £15 a couple months back. If it is then I can recommend.
I've had one of these for several years - can't remember where I got it from and was a bit dubious about the strength of it - but it has really done some hard work, lugging bags of ballast, cement, etc and I can thoroughly recommend it.
I have one of these, its good for smaller loads but its a little flimsy for anything big. Great at the price for smaller stuff
Edited by: "Shigllgetcha" 13th Jun
AJ9213/06/2019 09:20

paid £25 used from Amazon warehouse earlier this week paid £25 used from Amazon warehouse earlier this week . Good lil trolley and works well Amazon probz price match soon.


I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing machine?

I'm moving soon and will have to move some heavy plant pots and a washing machine. Those will be the last things I move so if it finishes up damaged beyond repair I won't really care as long as it moves them
@Fatso666@Shigllgetcha
Edited by: "djbenny1" 13th Jun
djbenny113/06/2019 12:48

I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing …I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing machine?I'm moving soon and will have to move some heavy plant pots and a washing machine. Those will be the last things I move so if it finishes up damaged beyond repair I won't really care as long as it moves them @Fatso666 @Shigllgetcha


I reckon it could, but I've not really ever used it on anything massively heavy? It's rated for max 90kg though

Only problem is that cos the cart is small it'd be a difficult to manoeuvre. Might collapse if you roll the cart off a step with the machine on as well
Edited by: "Fatso666" 13th Jun
djbenny113/06/2019 12:48

I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing …I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing machine?I'm moving soon and will have to move some heavy plant pots and a washing machine. Those will be the last things I move so if it finishes up damaged beyond repair I won't really care as long as it moves them @Fatso666 @Shigllgetcha


I wouldn't recommend it for a washing machine due to size n weight so the lip wouldn't even reach half way so probz end up tipping over. I have however just moved a bunch of stuff to the bins inc a big tv, big boxes, coffee table, chest of drawers etc....

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Edited by: "AJ92" 13th Jun
Fatso66613/06/2019 12:55

I reckon it could, but I've not really ever used it on anything massively …I reckon it could, but I've not really ever used it on anything massively heavy? It's rated for max 90kg though Only problem is that cos the cart is small it'd be a difficult to manoeuvre. Might collapse if you roll the cart off a step with the machine on as well


Cheers!
AJ9213/06/2019 13:04

I wouldn't recommend it for a washing machine due to size n weight so the …I wouldn't recommend it for a washing machine due to size n weight so the lip wouldn't even reach half way so probz end up tipping over. I have however just moved a bunch of stuff to the bins inc a big tv, big boxes, coffee table, chest of drawers etc.... [Image] [Image] Approx


Thanks for the info - I think I'll go ahead and try anyway - I'm more interested in whether the axle can take the weight as I wouldn't be tipping it up using the lip rather tipping it back by hand and just using the lip to support. The frame would be taking most of the strain. Noticed a few Amazon reviews where folks have used it for washing machines without issue so I'll buy it for the other, lighter move items and do the machine last - if it works, it works and if not it will have served its purpose anyway!
djbenny113/06/2019 13:17

Thanks for the info - I think I'll go ahead and try anyway - I'm more …Thanks for the info - I think I'll go ahead and try anyway - I'm more interested in whether the axle can take the weight as I wouldn't be tipping it up using the lip rather tipping it back by hand and just using the lip to support. The frame would be taking most of the strain. Noticed a few Amazon reviews where folks have used it for washing machines without issue so I'll buy it for the other, lighter move items and do the machine last - if it works, it works and if not it will have served its purpose anyway!


the lip is quite short, not that strong , you'd probably need another person to help you tip it. the frame will take weight (though normal use 90kg - 110kg is about its limit). the wheels are not that great if going over anything other than pavers/concrete ie solid ground.
The Axles are strong but the weak bit is in the telescopic handle where it extends. Mine broke after moving stuff across a festival site. What you're best doing is ratchet strapping the object to the frame so the handle can't flex, then you should be OK.
I need something like this but with more off road type wheels to transport boxes through forest paths.
BadMF13/06/2019 17:36

I need something like this but with more off road type wheels to transport …I need something like this but with more off road type wheels to transport boxes through forest paths.


Your not a serial killer by any chance?
Got one from homebase on offer last year. I carried it to the car.. Its carried nothing since
snappyfish13/06/2019 22:45

Got one from homebase on offer last year. I carried it to the car.. Its …Got one from homebase on offer last year. I carried it to the car.. Its carried nothing since


Little unfair. I'm sure it's carried dust this whole time.
The Argos groupon deal is invitation only.
dano7913/06/2019 22:41

Your not a serial killer by any chance?



Not unless the CQC review comes back unfavourably
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I want the 1 in the picture but it's no where to be found on Argos
djbenny113/06/2019 12:48

I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing …I know it's not meant to, but do you reckon it will take a washing machine?I'm moving soon and will have to move some heavy plant pots and a washing machine. Those will be the last things I move so if it finishes up damaged beyond repair I won't really care as long as it moves them @Fatso666 @Shigllgetcha


Used this exact truck a month ago to move our beko washing machine no issues at all just get someone to support the washer as your leaning it back, worked a treat for us

(edit: wheeled it through our bungalow and down the concrete path which runs adjacent down the side of our house into the garage which backs onto our house, wheels are hard so it was a bumpy ride)
Edited by: "t.guzz.rav" 14th Jun
djbenny113/06/2019 13:17

Thanks for the info - I think I'll go ahead and try anyway - I'm more …Thanks for the info - I think I'll go ahead and try anyway - I'm more interested in whether the axle can take the weight as I wouldn't be tipping it up using the lip rather tipping it back by hand and just using the lip to support. The frame would be taking most of the strain. Noticed a few Amazon reviews where folks have used it for washing machines without issue so I'll buy it for the other, lighter move items and do the machine last - if it works, it works and if not it will have served its purpose anyway!


It will be fine. You just have to tip it back low. Done it loads of times with similar one.
iz12345678914/06/2019 02:26

[Image] I want the 1 in the picture but it's no where to be found on Argos


You're into Screwfix/Tool Station territory there.
snappyfish13/06/2019 22:45

Got one from homebase on offer last year. I carried it to the car.. Its …Got one from homebase on offer last year. I carried it to the car.. Its carried nothing since


Put it to good use and get some clothes airing on it
Arbk6614/06/2019 08:11

Put it to good use and get some clothes airing on it


Got a excersize5bike for that
AJ9213/06/2019 13:04

I wouldn't recommend it for a washing machine due to size n weight so the …I wouldn't recommend it for a washing machine due to size n weight so the lip wouldn't even reach half way so probz end up tipping over. I have however just moved a bunch of stuff to the bins inc a big tv, big boxes, coffee table, chest of drawers etc.... [Image] [Image] Approx


It’s actually logical to move a washing machine by one of the sides due to being flush, in doing so you also have to find the point of gravity where the load is balanced each side for moving off. Obviously for some machines internals you would need to try both sides to see what weight distribution grips better for movement
Edited by: "seaniboy" 14th Jun
Looks exactly the same as one I got from Aldi for something like 14 quid or less. It's been a good workhorse through a couple of house moves, carrying a surprising amount of weight.

Quality of the metal is good, but not so much for the assembly -- after the first move, one of the rivets got completely sheared off by the two pieces of metal it was joining. Luckily I had a rivet gun, so it was an easy fix.

For someone without the right tools, please be wary.
These are no good for uneven ground when loaded. Its very light and works fine on tarmac, but i`ve just bought a sack trolley with pump-up rubber wheels for the flagstones in my area.
This is pretty much the same as the ALDI one I picked up for £11 (on offer),I've used it loads ,just last week I took up loads of 2ft square flags,heavy think ones from an old path,put 3 on at a time to move, no problem over a grassed area and around the front of property.

I took it in B&Ms to buy ready made wiltshire furniture and get it to the car.

heat from me,well worth it at this price!
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