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Halfords Folding Festival Kart Trolley New £5 @ Halfords - (Free Click and Collect)
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Halfords Folding Festival Kart Trolley New £5 @ Halfords - (Free Click and Collect)

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Halfords Folding Festival Kart Trolley New £5 @ Halfords - (Free Click and Collect)
Posted 4th Aug 2020
The Halfords Folding Festival Kart Trolley is great for moving all your camping gear from the car park to the campsite at a festival. The kart is compact and lightweight when folded making it easy to transport and store when not in use, when required it simply folds out and the telescopic handle extends. Once loaded simply tilt and pull along!

Halfords Folding Festival Kart Trolley Extra Info
  • Compact and lightweight folding travel kart
  • 35kg capacity
  • Integrated luggage straps
  • Expanded dimensions: 97.5cm x 25cm x 32cm (HxWxD)
  • Folded dimensions: 44.5cm x 25cm x 8cm (HxWxD)
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Those wheels won't be much good except on smooth ground
plastic rubbish.
Wouldn't bother with these for a festival, as poster above says they are rubbish on anything but smooth, dry, mud free ground and 35kg load is quite small as is the area you can stack it on. The build quality is also not great, it's a case of buy cheap and buy twice. As someone who's done a few festivals, you see broken ones of these scattered all over the place and probably the last thing you want is to be mid trek from car park to campsite with all your stuff on one of these and it break.

Get one of the folding garden trolleys with bigger wheels or one of the bigger metal garden trucks if you have the space (I strap mine to the roof rack).
Wouldn't even make it out of the car park
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Wow, great price. Heat from me! Great find!
Probably better off buying a chocolate tea pot this year! Covid killed all the festivities? but enjoy
Edited by: "urbanbushwacker" 4th Aug
Does it have wheels? They look rather small [if they are there at all]
Those wheels won't be much good except on smooth ground
plastic rubbish.
Thanks, thinking of using this for aiport, instead of luggage using cardboard boxes to provide gifts and then not be stuck with the burden of travelling onwards with luggage
what is a festival??
Wouldn't bother with these for a festival, as poster above says they are rubbish on anything but smooth, dry, mud free ground and 35kg load is quite small as is the area you can stack it on. The build quality is also not great, it's a case of buy cheap and buy twice. As someone who's done a few festivals, you see broken ones of these scattered all over the place and probably the last thing you want is to be mid trek from car park to campsite with all your stuff on one of these and it break.

Get one of the folding garden trolleys with bigger wheels or one of the bigger metal garden trucks if you have the space (I strap mine to the roof rack).
Thanks just ordered
Waste of time unless it's the 'Festival of Flat Surfaces' you are going to.
Wouldn't even make it out of the car park
I have one for my suit bag and unless you're on perfectly flat, smooth ground and don't need to turn at all, its useless.
For all the people complaining about festivals, just buy it for everyday use, for £5 u can just leave it in the car to save your back from any awkward boxes or even heavy shopping
Heat op
Nicolas04/08/2020 10:44

For all the people complaining about festivals, just buy it for everyday …For all the people complaining about festivals, just buy it for everyday use, for £5 u can just leave it in the car to save your back from any awkward boxes or even heavy shoppingHeat op


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Useless as other posters have said, but this is a very good idea. I was about to bin mine actually
Purchased a folding trolley from B&Q for £25 which considering price is better. Good if this works out for your requirement.
>>The Halfords Folding Festival Kart Trolley is great for moving all your camping gear from the car park to the campsite at a festival.<<
Nope, no it's not.
The wording you're looking for is 'absolutely terrible'.
Big wheels are needed to handle bumps. They'll end up being a sled to pull, basically.... and that's before the mud.
Of course, a moot point for a while.
Fingers crossed for 2022.
I've always wanted to be wheeled around like Hannibal Lecter. Is this thing strong enough to make my dreams come true?
Love this deal. All I need now is my trolley dolly. . Is there a Disco Dolly called Molly who is ready to ride my trolley? Lol
Bought 1 - but now looking at the comments, I wonder if I made a mistake - the price was too good to resist
Wheels look awful for fields
From my experience these things are terrible on anything but flat ground, the wheels are far too small I ended up dragging the thing along through mud etc
Avid festival goer here and I see SO MANY of these cheap, flimsy trolleys bent, mangled and missing wheels throughout each and every weekend I'm at a Festival. They're just not up to the job, being pulled across uneven ground and overloaded with heavy, bulky camping gear.

However, this could be useful to store in your car boot for smaller items to move every now and then.

Definitely cannot recommend for a festival but I can for day-to-day use in a car. Heat added on that basis.
Move FFreezer/cooker /Washing machine, very handy and for a Fiver, great value.
Edited by: "Gussy_Fink_Nottle" 4th Aug
Gussy_Fink_Nottle04/08/2020 17:51

Move FFreezer/cooker /Washing machine, very handy and for a Fiver, great …Move FFreezer/cooker /Washing machine, very handy and for a Fiver, great value.


BricksBricksBricks04/08/2020 17:34

Avid festival goer here and I see SO MANY of these cheap, flimsy trolleys …Avid festival goer here and I see SO MANY of these cheap, flimsy trolleys bent, mangled and missing wheels throughout each and every weekend I'm at a Festival. They're just not up to the job, being pulled across uneven ground and overloaded with heavy, bulky camping gear.However, this could be useful to store in your car boot for smaller items to move every now and then.Definitely cannot recommend for a festival but I can for day-to-day use in a car. Heat added on that basis.


Nicolas04/08/2020 10:44

For all the people complaining about festivals, just buy it for everyday …For all the people complaining about festivals, just buy it for everyday use, for £5 u can just leave it in the car to save your back from any awkward boxes or even heavy shoppingHeat op


Thank you

Halfords have labelled it as a 'Festival Trolley', remove the title and it's just a folding trolley with 35kg capacity, handy for everyday use for £5!!!
Edited by: "NP23" 4th Aug
Just the thing for those about to start a KFC bargain bucket delivery service.
I use one of these to move my kids instrument bag, much easier than carrying it round halls.
It might be OK for moving a small litter of puppies from A to B.
That wouldn’t survive a festival in your back garden
Good luck getting that around a festival
Good luck with those wheels
From £16.00 to £5.00 is an absolute bargain for a folding trolley, within it's obvious limits, as the feedback on this item suggests.

I hope Halfords can read and take the negative reviews on this thread on-board, and design a better product going forward.

Nice find NP thank you for sharing with the community, as it will help some
Edited by: "ZanyAngel" 4th Aug
ZanyAngel04/08/2020 19:41

From £16.00 to £5.00 is an absolute bargain for a folding trolley, within i …From £16.00 to £5.00 is an absolute bargain for a folding trolley, within it's obvious limits, as the feedback on this item suggests. I hope Halfords can read and take the negative reviews on this thread on-board, and design a better product going forward. Nice find NP thank you for sharing with the community, as it will help some


Thank you
I took a punt for a fiver went to pick up and the bloke brought out this truck £35 down from £60

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And I foolishly said "err I don't think that's what I ordered" rather than "thank you" (and leg it)

Sure I'll get a fivers worth of use out of it
I bought this in the past and it was terrible. It's got a really thin wheelbase and when trying to pull something starts to rock and fall.

Avoid. £5 better spent elsewhere.
Got one it's ok not great.
urbanbushwacker04/08/2020 09:47

Probably better off buying a chocolate tea pot this year! Covid killed all …Probably better off buying a chocolate tea pot this year! Covid killed all the festivities? but enjoy


Mmmmmmmm... Chocolate teapot....
Ordered one, although have no use whatsoever for it!!
Architekture04/08/2020 19:58

I bought this in the past and it was terrible. It's got a really thin …I bought this in the past and it was terrible. It's got a really thin wheelbase and when trying to pull something starts to rock and fall. Avoid. £5 better spent elsewhere.


Absolutely agree, everyone's talking about the wheels (which are woefully inadequate), but this is so tall and narrow it will be a nightmare to manoeuvre without toppling over (speaking from experience with a similar trolley).
matwalaboy04/08/2020 16:52

Bought 1 - but now looking at the comments, I wonder if I made a mistake - …Bought 1 - but now looking at the comments, I wonder if I made a mistake - the price was too good to resist



Same here. Ordered. Sent links to friends. Now I read reviews and not sure what have I done
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