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Handirack inflatable roof bars instore Halfords £35

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Posted 11th JanLocal
The HandiRack Inflatable Roof Bars are a multi-purpose, portable load carrier for the car that can be fitted and removed in just a matter of minutes. It’s perfect for holidays and those who enjoy the outdoor life, adventure sports and travelling. It’s designed to be a temporary solution for people who need to transport their outdoor leisure equipment, holiday luggage or simply a piece of flat pack furniture. The HandiRack Inflatable Roof Bars are extremely convenient, cost effective and practical roof rack system. It is perfect for holidays; motorists can load and secure their luggage or equipment onto the HandiRack and then when they reach their destination, simply deflate the rack, pop it into its travel drawstring bag and place it in the boot of the car pending further use. The HandiRack is immensely strong, totally safe and couldn't be easier to assemble. The HandiRack can carry loads up to 80kg (subject to individual vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations)

HandiRack Inflatable Roof Bars Extra Info
  • Maximum weight: 80kg
  • Suitable for most 4-door or 2-door car (with the exception of cabriolets).
  • Perfect for holidays
  • No fitting required




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Loading.......11/01/2019 19:57

Head added for the saving.But I wouldn’t fancy them on my car.


I wouldn’t go as far as giving head for the effort but I’ll happily give heat for it 🤪
shapalando1 m ago

I wouldn’t go as far as giving head for the effort but I’ll happily give he …I wouldn’t go as far as giving head for the effort but I’ll happily give heat for it 🤪


Yeh but Im game...(excited)

(Note to self) Check your f***** spelling
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Head added for the saving.

But I wouldn’t fancy them on my car.
Thought it was April 1st.
Loading.......11/01/2019 19:57

Head added for the saving.But I wouldn’t fancy them on my car.


I wouldn’t go as far as giving head for the effort but I’ll happily give heat for it 🤪
shapalando1 m ago

I wouldn’t go as far as giving head for the effort but I’ll happily give he …I wouldn’t go as far as giving head for the effort but I’ll happily give heat for it 🤪


Yeh but Im game...(excited)

(Note to self) Check your f***** spelling
I've seen someone use these on a hire car to transport a kayak. It was bouncing around all over the place... Handy for short distances but there's no way I'd go over 40mph with one of these on the roof.

Heat added for the price though.
Could just lay a couple of pool noodles on your roof and strap down to that. I'd love a roof rack but there are none available for my car as I don't have the rails. This is an expensive pool noodle solution.
Edited by: "tawke" 11th Jan
Great for Hire Cars....
tawke1 h, 4 m ago

Could just lay a couple of pool noodles on your roof and strap down to …Could just lay a couple of pool noodles on your roof and strap down to that. I'd love a roof rack but there are none available for my car as I don't have the rails. This is an expensive pool noodle solution.


Didn't have rails on my old Toyota IQ and still had adapters that fit. Roof box was about the same length as the car mind.
(with the exception of cabriolets)

Love that caveat
tawke11/01/2019 21:38

Could just lay a couple of pool noodles on your roof and strap down to …Could just lay a couple of pool noodles on your roof and strap down to that. I'd love a roof rack but there are none available for my car as I don't have the rails. This is an expensive pool noodle solution.


No rails on my wife's Aygo but got a generic roof rack off eBay for £15 which just about did the job. Probably wouldn't have gone long distance or on the motorway with it or carried a wardrobe but it did an OK job for what I needed.
215855011/01/2019 23:10

No rails on my wife's Aygo but got a generic roof rack off eBay for £15 …No rails on my wife's Aygo but got a generic roof rack off eBay for £15 which just about did the job. Probably wouldn't have gone long distance or on the motorway with it or carried a wardrobe but it did an OK job for what I needed.


Have a Roomster and without rails there are no other options unfortunately.
Any good reviews?
tawke12/01/2019 13:52

Have a Roomster and without rails there are no other options unfortunately.


I suppose you could retrofit the rails but not cheap.
OK, no actual user experience yet, so here you go: I have a set of these, I've only used them three times I think... twice for transporting long bits of Ikea flat pack on the roof of a Skoda Octavia, and the other time for moving two 5m long bits of timber on the roof of a Vito. Both times worked absolutely fine... I didn't see much in the way of 'bounce' with them pumped up to a good level and the loads well secured with ratchet straps, but then of course I was in the car during the journeys so not really in the best position to see exactly that was going on on top. Anyway, loads arrived safe & sound both times and saved me hiring a van or arranging deliveries, which probably paid for the Handyrack just in those 3 uses.

The reason I have them is that my brother-in-law sold me on the concept - he lives abroad and has a set that he uses for his surf boards and occasionally other stuff and has used probably hundreds of times at this point without a problem.

If I was doing any sort of distance or motorway speeds I'd want a real rack for sure - these are doubtless a disaster when it comes to aerodynamics. But for occasional local jobs they're dead handy. And this is about as cheap as I've seen them. Hot.
Edited by: "bazpoint" 12th Jan
AfterAGoodDeal1 h, 20 m ago

I suppose you could retrofit the rails but not cheap.


Yes, I looked into that but it's not worth the hassle removing the roof lining, curtain roof and then the rattles that would come with it.
I bought this from Amazon with the HandiHoldall and was great!
amazon.co.uk/Han…2P6
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