Heavy Duty Garden Trolley £38.99 Free delivery @ Oypla
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Heavy Duty Garden Trolley £38.99 Free delivery @ Oypla

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Found 15th May 2016
Garden trolley, with free delivery, not a bad price.

This useful garden cart is constructed from steel with an outdoor coating. The four 10 inch pneumatic wheels make it easy to pull and it's highly versatile as the sides drop down for easy access and can also be removed completely for use as either a flat-bed for outsized objects or simply as a trolley.

4 x 10" pneumatic tyres
Can carry up to 880lbs / 400 kg
Handle for pulling and removable drop down sides
Heavy gauge steel mesh
Some self assembly required
Overall dimensions: 965x510x580mm
Maximum capacity: 880lbs (400kg)
Colour: Green
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This could be useful for getting the missus home from the pub.
Ridgehead

This could be useful for getting the missus home from the pub.



I'd rather leave her there, tbh.
Heat added. Thanks for sharing.
We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as you'd never move it. The sides fall off it because there only held on with a split pin,oh and its got the turning circle of a bus!
seems a good deal as over £50 on Amazon fulfilled by Oypla! Heat to OP

I may just bite and order one....
scottyadamz1

We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as … We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as you'd never move it. The sides fall off it because there only held on with a split pin,oh and its got the turning circle of a bus!


That's the missus and the pub idea out of the window then.
Just what I need for Glastonbury nxt month to haul all the beer and cider from the car
scottyadamz1

We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as … We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as you'd never move it. The sides fall off it because there only held on with a split pin,oh and its got the turning circle of a bus!



​I came here to say pretty much the same thing. The fitters have left them all bashed up with wonky wheels. They definitely can't take 400kg, suggesting such is frankly dangerous.
beer trolley.... hot.
I can't see anywhere that states the unladen weight. Can anyone else or does anyone know?
On offer at Scewfix for just £99.99
These are good, and quality for carrying the all important alcohol at festivals
If only they did this sort of thing with solid tyres instead of pneumatic. Wouldn't last 5 minutes in our garden without a puncture.
Newbold

If only they did this sort of thing with solid tyres instead of … If only they did this sort of thing with solid tyres instead of pneumatic. Wouldn't last 5 minutes in our garden without a puncture.


Try tyre slime.
These things are great for carting kids around at festivals.
You see garden trolley.. I see a go kart you can't steer!
scottyadamz1

We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as … We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as you'd never move it. The sides fall off it because there only held on with a split pin,oh and its got the turning circle of a bus!



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mkaiser1

These things are great for carting kids around at festivals.


This is what I was thinking of buying it for. Do you know how easy it packs down to get it in the car?
Robert Dyas has these for £40 a couple of weeks ago,they might still be some around.
swelsbyuk

This is what I was thinking of buying it for. Do you know how easy it … This is what I was thinking of buying it for. Do you know how easy it packs down to get it in the car?



They don't. Other than the sides coming off unless you fancy taking your toolkit to take it apart fully.
vikkislater1

You see garden trolley.. I see a go kart you can't steer!


The front wheels turn with the handle
bobbler

They don't. Other than the sides coming off unless you fancy taking your … They don't. Other than the sides coming off unless you fancy taking your toolkit to take it apart fully.




Its not a tank it fits into any hatch back easily with the seats down, use a tape measure and measure your boot space.
Ridgehead

This could be useful for getting the missus home from the pub.



Can carry up to 880lbs / 400 kg
stepp

Its not a tank it fits into any hatch back easily with the seats down, … Its not a tank it fits into any hatch back easily with the seats down, use a tape measure and measure your boot space.


He asked if it packed down. It doesn't
Ridgehead

This could be useful for getting the missus home from the pub.



Maximum capacity: 880lbs (400kg)

Should about do!
mkaiser1

These things are great for carting kids around at festivals.


Or, more usefully, lots of beer!
I have one of these, and I would recommend if you want to keep it longer than a couple of years, that before you assemble it, you take it to a powder coater. The paint finish isn't really very good, although the steel seems OK.
Great tool. I bought one to move house
swelsbyuk

This is what I was thinking of buying it for. Do you know how easy it … This is what I was thinking of buying it for. Do you know how easy it packs down to get it in the car?



The kids or the trolley?
I nearly bought one of these a while back but before I ordered, I realised that there are no brakes so not useful anywhere on a slope (such as where I live) and unfortunately a wheelbarrow is the only option.

Probably not a deal breaker for most people but worth pointing out.
acj7745

​I came here to say pretty much the same thing. The fitters have left t … ​I came here to say pretty much the same thing. The fitters have left them all bashed up with wonky wheels. They definitely can't take 400kg, suggesting such is frankly dangerous.


So that's the missus, the mistress and the pub all ruled out in one go then
swelsbyuk

This is what I was thinking of buying it for. Do you know how easy it … This is what I was thinking of buying it for. Do you know how easy it packs down to get it in the car?



If its the same as mine then its 2 split pins per side. It takes seconds to get the sides on and off.
Besford

http://www.theretheyretheir.com/



Thanks for that!
Makes a great beer trolly and doubles up as a free taxi ride home providing the pub is on top of a hill.
Ceri_Jones

Great tool. I bought one to move house


You trying to put Pickfords out of business, lol.
You must have a small house if this is all you used X)
We used one of these to take all our gear down to the beach from our holiday bungalow last year. Was brilliant, and there were lots of envious people looking knowing they were going to have to make 2/3 journeys back and forth to the car with all their gear!
Is this reliable for festival use (i.e. reusable for at least the journey back from camp to car)?
3ndlessdreamz

Is this reliable for festival use (i.e. reusable for at least the journey … Is this reliable for festival use (i.e. reusable for at least the journey back from camp to car)?



Yes I used it at carfest on my own with a tent and all the gear it took two trips but carting heavy loads up a hill was a breeze.

You often see these being rented for £40-50 a day with a canopy for kids to sleep in.
gavinski101

Just what I need for Glastonbury nxt month to haul all the beer and cider … Just what I need for Glastonbury nxt month to haul all the beer and cider from the car



​ Same here, the only solution for Glastonbury!
scottyadamz1

We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as … We have these at work, there useful but I wouldn't load up 400kg on it as you'd never move it. The sides fall off it because there only held on with a split pin,oh and its got the turning circle of a bus!


I agree. Sides fell off mine. Luckily I paid £25 from a market.
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