hand truck - sack trolley - £25 @ B&Q
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hand truck - sack trolley - £25 @ B&Q

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Found 4th Aug 2014
The heavy steel construction of this 3-in-1 hand truck allows for flexible load carrying

grate price and handy thing to have still £59:99 at screw fix

lots off offer item's in there clearance that you can buy online top of the page 2nd link in black bar

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hi

might be worthwhile noting where you have seen this and which company in the title!

also, is this price delivered or collection?
Edited by: "salsheikh" 4th Aug 2014

salsheikh

himight be worthwhile noting where you have seen this and which company … himight be worthwhile noting where you have seen this and which company in the title!also, is this price delivered or collection?


This is online only, unless you check in store. No reserve & collect so free delivery on orders over £50 I'm afraid.

Banned

any codes?

actually £30 inc, but still a hot price

4% TCB

Ordered, thanks for posting.

Is this suitable for moving a body bag ?
... Asking for a friend

This is one of those tools you use once a year, but dang if its not a lifesaver

for carrying the festival beer!

I'm off to a fireworks display this weekend, and trucks like this are a godsend when you have to park miles away and drag all the seats, food, drinks and picnic gear.

I think if you're going to get one you need to think about two things:

- Do you need it to fold away really small? This one won't do that.
- Do you need >90kg carrying capacity? Maybe, but that's a lot of weight. The reason I say that is that 90kg seems to be a limit for the folding models.

This is a non-folding model but it can carry up to 200kg (which is about two of me plus one of my wife!).

With that in mind I found this alternative, which is 27 quid delivered on Amazon, folds flat, has a 90kg capacity and seems to get excellent reviews. I would imagine it would be more useable than the B&Q model, but with the load limit in mind.

amazon.co.uk/Sil…ley




dantana

This is one of those tools you use once a year, but dang if its not a … This is one of those tools you use once a year, but dang if its not a lifesaver



My better half has higher expectations. Once a year would be a godsend.

spudmachine

I'm off to a fireworks display this weekend, and trucks like this are a … I'm off to a fireworks display this weekend, and trucks like this are a godsend when you have to park miles away and drag all the seats, food, drinks and picnic gear.I think if you're going to get one you need to think about two things:- Do you need it to fold away really small? This one won't do that.- Do you need >90kg carrying capacity? Maybe, but that's a lot of weight. The reason I say that is that 90kg seems to be a limit for the folding models.This is a non-folding model but it can carry up to 200kg (which is about two of me plus one of my wife!).With that in mind I found this alternative, which is 27 quid delivered on Amazon, folds flat, has a 90kg capacity and seems to get excellent reviews. I would imagine it would be more useable than the B&Q model, but with the load limit in mind.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverline-633565-Folding-Sack-Truck/dp/B000LFYO7E/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1407226757&sr=8-3&keywords=sack+trolley



I had one of those, but gave it away. It just doesnt compare to the strength and ease of use as these 'proper' ones.

Even overlooking the weight restriction, it's not great as the handle just isnt tall enough when fully extended. Walking normally, it continually knocks into the back of your feet (im only 5"10), so you end up walking it extended to one side (which makes it more awkward to control), only to have it then strip the skin off your ankle knobble oO.

For shifting small items over short areas its probably fine, but for regular or use over any distance, I really wouldn't recommend.

There's one sold by Tesco Direct for £20 like that linked from Amazon at £27. I ordered it for just £10 of boosted clubcard vouchers plus this B&Q one too so I've got both portable and non-portable options covered!

Absolutely brilliant piece of kit. Delivered to me for a fiver in 20 hours. Very solid, pneumatic tyres, 3 positions: upright, 45degrees or flat like a trolley. Vastly better than folding varieties. Thanks for the heads-up OP

BorisTheSpider

I had one of those, but gave it away. It just doesnt compare to the … I had one of those, but gave it away. It just doesnt compare to the strength and ease of use as these 'proper' ones.Even overlooking the weight restriction, it's not great as the handle just isnt tall enough when fully extended. Walking normally, it continually knocks into the back of your feet (im only 5"10), so you end up walking it extended to one side (which makes it more awkward to control), only to have it then strip the skin off your ankle knobble oO.For shifting small items over short areas its probably fine, but for regular or use over any distance, I really wouldn't recommend.


Yep, I hate to say it, because I so wish it was good (I have one too), but they are rubbish. I also think the 90 kg limit is a vast overestimation on the manufacturer's part, I'd say 65kg and it feels like it's going to fall apart! And if you want it to last more than a handful of times, I'd say not more than 40kg if using it on a semi-regular basis. Its main weakness is the wheels.
Damn it, I wish someone made a true in-between model! (All the alternatives I can see are very similar in build/strength) - the folding one is weak, while the massive full-on, heavy duty one from this deal is too big, too heavy, no folding aspect to it. It really isn't brain surgery, people NEED a heavy duty smaller, folding trolley!
Edited by: "Shoesize" 6th Aug 2014

Does anyone know if this is available instore, I can't see it online, or does anyone have a item number? Thanks
Edited by: "adam_2004" 8th Aug 2014
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