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Hydraulic Trolley Jack - £14.99 @ Lidl (Instore)
Hydraulic Trolley Jack - £14.99 @ Lidl (Instore)

Hydraulic Trolley Jack - £14.99 @ Lidl (Instore)

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Made from robust steel
Lifting range approx. (cm): 13.5 - 34.2
180° swivelling head
Extremely sturdy lifting arm and saddle for stability
Lifting arm removable for easy storage
With practical carry handle
Max. load: (kg) 2000
3 year manufacturer’s warranty

28 Comments

Still in stock then?

Nice, been waiting for one of these to come around! Heat added.

Purchased one of these a year ago. Good product for occasional use.

Likewise got one last year fantastic quality think comes with 3 year warranty

Are these the ones that Kevin Webster uses in his garage?

This is gunna go up, up, up!

Damn you Dazowens you beat me to it!

have some heat

What time does lidl open in the mornings?

woo! what can i do with this?

cubed

woo! what can i do with this?



Jack up your Skoda.

packard

Likewise got one last year fantastic quality think comes with 3 year … Likewise got one last year fantastic quality think comes with 3 year warranty


These are definatly not fantastic quality lol.

skdotcom

Jack up your Skoda.



Rofl @ Cubed That "discussion" is going to haunt him for a while yet. Forget Skoda, he can jack up his imaginary porche

i must be the only scouser without one of these, time to get it sorted

will this fit the the car boot

DarkoJ

will this fit the the car boot



Yea, unless you've got a smart car or a BMW Mini and want to have space to put groceries in

How low is it though? Need it to fit under my car =\

I've had this for 6 months and it's great - used many times.

My car is too low now, so need wooden planks :-(

any one suggest some decent trolly jack pads as this doesnt come with any pads, does more damage to the underside of the car...lol

Tyranicus66

Rofl @ Cubed That "discussion" is going to haunt him for a while yet. … Rofl @ Cubed That "discussion" is going to haunt him for a while yet. Forget Skoda, he can jack up his imaginary porche



What discussion?

billy bronco

any one suggest some decent trolly jack pads as this doesnt come with any … any one suggest some decent trolly jack pads as this doesnt come with any pads, does more damage to the underside of the car...lol



You can try a hockey puck - bought one off ebay for £1 months ago and now need to see if it will fit this ;), but material seems just about right as it is quite hard and I would think unlikely to compress under the weight. I think you can just score the puck with a dremel if needed e.g. to jack up from a sill.

davidandhismower

i wouldnt trust this product - good for some ay! (_;)



Don't understand the logic behind this? Sure, it's cheap, but it is also TUV approved as stated before. Would it help if it was £50?

In any case, you'd be taking a big risk to get under a car supported by only a jack - use axle stands, a block of wood, bricks...anything and everything possible as a 'backup'!

These are great @ all the haters

I changed the springs on my focus yesterday using this and the Lidl axle stands!

Got this today, thanks.

Iron-Man

These are great @ all the haters I changed the springs on my focus … These are great @ all the haters I changed the springs on my focus yesterday using this and the Lidl axle stands!


There are no haters of this product.

But it is the cheapest. lowest quality hydraulic jack you will find on the market. You pay for what you get. I wouldnt go under a car with this jack up though. Seen these break and the dreaded ones that come with your vehicle. If for once or twice a year jobs these should be ok. If constantly using anymore then that then dont bother.

J4GG4

There are no haters of this product.But it is the cheapest. lowest … There are no haters of this product.But it is the cheapest. lowest quality hydraulic jack you will find on the market. You pay for what you get. I wouldnt go under a car with this jack up though. Seen these break and the dreaded ones that come with your vehicle. If for once or twice a year jobs these should be ok. If constantly using anymore then that then dont bother.



I would'nt go under any car on just a jack. If you don't have the common sense to use axle stands dont get under your car, even the best jacks can slip. This jack will do the job in most cases, for most people and is a real bargain.

J4GG4

But it is the cheapest. lowest quality hydraulic jack you will find on … But it is the cheapest. lowest quality hydraulic jack you will find on the market. You pay for what you get. I wouldnt go under a car with this jack up though. Seen these break and the dreaded ones that come with your vehicle. If for once or twice a year jobs these should be ok. If constantly:) using anymore then that then dont bother.



Fair enough, but don't plan on spending every week under my car, so will do the job I think. Good enough for a tyre swap and oil change!

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