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Garden Cart/Trolley-(steel construction and pneumatic tyres) £39.99 instore at Robert Dyas
Garden Cart/Trolley-(steel construction and pneumatic tyres) £39.99 instore at Robert Dyas

Garden Cart/Trolley-(steel construction and pneumatic tyres) £39.99 instore at Robert Dyas

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With a strong steel construction and pneumatic tyres, the cart is suitable for gardens large and small. It can be used as a trolley to keeps its contents secure or simply lower the sides to convert it to a flatbed cart, making it easier to add and remove heavy loads such as bags of compost and paving stones.
AVAILABLE INSTORE or £5.25 if delivery chosen, totaling to £45.24

Easy to assemble
Dimensions: length 95cm, width 50cm, height 52cm
Maximum load weight: 150kg
This useful garden cart will come in handy for a variety of tasks around the garden - such as moving compost, flower pots, planters and logs.

6 Comments

Original Poster

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I wish I had that at Glasto.

I ordered this when it was posted last time & the quality is really poor. First one had a puncture & a bent panel. Second one had bent panels & chipped paintwork that was already rusting. The packaging is really inadequate.

I wouldn't value it any higher than £20 even without faults.

can't you just borrow one from b&q

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I ordered this when it was posted last time & the quality is really poor. … I ordered this when it was posted last time & the quality is really poor. First one had a puncture & a bent panel. Second one had bent panels & chipped paintwork that was already rusting. The packaging is really inadequate.I wouldn't value it any higher than £20 even without faults.



Shame............ Reevoo rates it at 8.8/10 with 6 reviews, pretty sound in my book! maybe your delivery guy had a bad day

Just terrible. Broke within the first 100metres at Glastonbury and had to be dragged the rest of the way. Was loaded with beer, about 70kg worth, which is half what the specification states as the maximum load. Very unstable so needs one person to balance it and one to steer. If you want a trolley get a more expensive one that has been well designed and manufactured, this one is a waste of money.
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