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Folding Festival Trolley £2.50 Tesco
Folding Festival Trolley £2.50 Tesco

Folding Festival Trolley £2.50 Tesco

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Yellowstone Festival Trolley reduced to clear down from £10 to £2.50 in Tesco Falkirk (Redding).

With this festival trolley from Yellowstone you can easily move your camping gear from the car to the campsite. It is fitted with extra large wheels for easy manoeuvrability across rough or smooth ground and it comes with a bungee cord to secure your load. When not in use, the festival trolley folds down compactly for easy storage and transportation.

25kg/55lbs maximum load capacity.

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Original Poster

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I'm sure this will be plenty strong enough to lug 50+ Kg of camping stuff and beer across a bumpy/muddy field. (_;)

Roger_Irrelevant

I'm sure this will be plenty strong enough to lug 50+ Kg of camping stuff … I'm sure this will be plenty strong enough to lug 50+ Kg of camping stuff and beer across a bumpy/muddy field. (_;)



Hang on Roger, that was relevant!

I took one of these to Reading one year definitly helped take the weight off my shoulders but meant had to go very slow to not up end it

Piece of junk, loads mangled and abandoned at the last festival I was at.

Do not buy this for carrying festival gear. You need a trolley with pneumatic tyres. This will fall apart at the slightest hint of mud and you will end up dragging it along the floor.

cdm22

Do not buy this for carrying festival gear. You need a trolley with … Do not buy this for carrying festival gear. You need a trolley with pneumatic tyres. This will fall apart at the slightest hint of mud and you will end up dragging it along the floor.



Exactly , I cruised past loads of people at Glastonbury struggling with these which ended up dumped .
I have the 'festival trolley' which cost more ggranted, but it feels bomb proof and has the all important pneumatic tyres!


Utterly pointless I'm afraid - you'd only need it of you have LOADS of stuff, but then it's not strong enough to carry more than a 4-pack of Stella.

Not sure what you lot were doing to yours but I used mine for belladrum festival, loaded high in both directions and I've since used it to haul stuff to and from the garage, stuff I could barely lift off the ground. Even shifted a 6ft tall fridge freezer with it.

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s24adm

Not sure what you lot were doing to yours but I used mine for belladrum … Not sure what you lot were doing to yours but I used mine for belladrum festival, loaded high in both directions and I've since used it to haul stuff to and from the garage, stuff I could barely lift off the ground. Even shifted a 6ft tall fridge freezer with it.


Some folk just prattle on to look good.
Most of them probably haven't even SEEN one, let alone use it and if they did, they probably tried to transport half their worldly possessions, including the Pit Bull ( that most likely looks very much like them) oO on it.
Edited by: "Pluun" 8th Sep 2016

DO NOT BUY, these are pointless for festivals as I had one and was horrendous.
Trying to get over a muddy field with one of these is hellish!
Invest in one of these, believe its it worth EVERY penny - amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

stoopid_name

Piece of junk, loads mangled and abandoned at the last festival I was at.


Agree, these are crap!

I go to Reading Festival almost every year and bring an 'old lady' trolley. It's great at hauling in all my stuff in and then I go up to the supermarket and load it up with beer

I went with a granny trolley last year and it held up well. Guess this isnt too bad at £2.50 though

Handy for moving full recycling boxes to the end of the drive

Banned

is it oK for traveling to work?

I can get 2 and a half Tesco's trolleys for that

sofiasar

is it oK for traveling to work?



Depends on whether you weigh no more than 25kg and can find someone to push you.

Not condoning theft but if your going in a van, the best festival trolley you can get from Tescos costs a pound (if u follow!).

just ask your mates working at Glastonbury to take your tent and put it up for you in the private crew area. so much better than the united nations food drop zones. and don't forget the shower tent.
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