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P-Handle Trolley with Pneumatic Tyres £20 Delivered @ Homebase
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P-Handle Trolley with Pneumatic Tyres £20 Delivered @ Homebase

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Posted 3rd Nov
Decent price here for the trolley - you can do a free click and collect from the stores. If your basket size is more than £50, then you get an additional 15% applied which makes it an even better price.

Decent stock levels at the time of posting.

Edit: With the free delivery it can now be had delivered for £20

This P-Handle trolley is ideal for moving items around your home or work place, with a supportive P handle design and inflatable tyres to easily move up to 250kg of weight.

And no you can't carry a person in it, before someone asks
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Hope it helps someone.
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furiousjammin03/11/2019 17:32

OK but I don't think anyone made that comparison. Lol


Just pointing out the difference in strength and probably longevity for not much more money.
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These are very good and this is a good price. I have one from a couple of years ago and it's very robust.
I don't see any 15% discount
dewonderful03/11/2019 16:44

I don't see any 15% discount


I meant this, which shows on the page itself :

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I bought one of these a couple of years ago. It's turned out to be very useful. Highly recommended.
Another +1 vote from me. Bought one a fortnight ago to move a couple of fridges. Welded steel, very strong.
That's a very good price. As others have said this is just the job for moving heavy appliances. I bought one to clear my Mum's old house and it made it so much easier.
The fold-up trolley at Aldi/Lidl (?) this week for £9.99 is a toy compared to this. The fold-up is rated to 40kg; this is 240kg IIRC.
terriclarkfan03/11/2019 17:18

The fold-up trolley at Aldi/Lidl (?) this week for £9.99 is a toy compared …The fold-up trolley at Aldi/Lidl (?) this week for £9.99 is a toy compared to this. The fold-up is rated to 40kg; this is 240kg IIRC.


OK but I don't think anyone made that comparison. Lol
You'd be off your trolley not to buy this.
Bought one to make sure i can get the mother in law out my house!!! Weights a little tight but worth buying one each time she visits.....
mtcleaning83_.03/11/2019 17:53

Bought one to make sure i can get the mother in law out my house!!! …Bought one to make sure i can get the mother in law out my house!!! Weights a little tight but worth buying one each time she visits.....


As long as the wife doesn’t know that
matwalaboy03/11/2019 18:02

As long as the wife doesn’t know that


Shes the one pulling the trolley!!!
Looks the same as one I've had for a few years now

Really useful to have around, but the axle rattles around in the frame

It's easily sorted though, a few turns of insulation tape around the axle where it passes through the frame and it's silent after that
mtcleaning83_.03/11/2019 18:13

Shes the one pulling the trolley!!!


haha you have an understanding wife then mate
furiousjammin03/11/2019 17:32

OK but I don't think anyone made that comparison. Lol


Just pointing out the difference in strength and probably longevity for not much more money.
Don’t get carried away with this deal
ronnyem03/11/2019 20:27

Don’t get carried away with this deal


haha I see what you did there
Brilliant, many thanks OP
great deal, not available locally, but great item..
terriclarkfan03/11/2019 17:18

The fold-up trolley at Aldi/Lidl (?) this week for £9.99 is a toy compared …The fold-up trolley at Aldi/Lidl (?) this week for £9.99 is a toy compared to this. The fold-up is rated to 40kg; this is 240kg IIRC.



I need to take a cooker and a fridgefreezer up a set of stairs - you think this will be up to it? Will be a struggle carrying it between 3 of us (each about 100kg). Tia.
cheaperbythe1204/11/2019 14:05

I need to take a cooker and a fridgefreezer up a set of stairs - you think …I need to take a cooker and a fridgefreezer up a set of stairs - you think this will be up to it? Will be a struggle carrying it between 3 of us (each about 100kg). Tia.


Easily, but tie the item to the trolley for safety.
I collected one yesterday from my local. Due to all of the stock being stored in an outdoor shed, they all rusted, suffering from major paint peel. They picked the one in the best condition for me and offered it to me for £13. Still trying to decide whether I should keep it
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Nothing in stock in my area:-(
I don't want it if it's got P on the handle
Edited by: "AndersJ" 8th Nov
oos within 45 miles
No stock in the geographical top third of the UK it seems.
Unfortunately out of stock within 50 miles of my location


Which is probably a good thing as it's saved me buying something I don't need and most likely won't need in the next decade at least.
Edited by: "notalwaysright19" 8th Nov
bbbazman08/11/2019 14:28

No stock in the geographical top third of the UK it seems.


Theres 193 in stock with in 15miles of me, eeee its grim oop north!
cheaperbythe1204/11/2019 14:05

I need to take a cooker and a fridgefreezer up a set of stairs - you think …I need to take a cooker and a fridgefreezer up a set of stairs - you think this will be up to it? Will be a struggle carrying it between 3 of us (each about 100kg). Tia.


If you can find one, I recommend the 6 wheeled stairclimbing type ones - makes getting appliances up/down stairs much easier. I picked a second hand set up on eBay for about £20 and they've come in handy loads of times since.
bbbazman08/11/2019 14:28

No stock in the geographical top third of the UK it seems.


Do you mean "in Scotland"? There's 20 in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.
The 200KG one is also £20 at the moment, and much more stock in stores.

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Norton2803/11/2019 17:35

You'd be off your trolley not to buy this.


I know! It's an absolute steel!
Just picked one up. Thanks.
Ryan_Wield08/11/2019 20:24

I know! It's an absolute steel!



There are several available at the Arnold...nottingham store...unfortunately all left out in the rain and damp so now very rusty...and in a sorry state...i got one after negotiations with the store manager for a reduced and bargain price...got it home...used wd40 on it..cleaned up ok and now in use.
phatbear08/11/2019 15:36

Theres 193 in stock with in 15miles of me, eeee its grim oop north!


It must certainly is.

And cold too
Aliwoo1808/11/2019 15:57

If you can find one, I recommend the 6 wheeled stairclimbing type ones - …If you can find one, I recommend the 6 wheeled stairclimbing type ones - makes getting appliances up/down stairs much easier. I picked a second hand set up on eBay for about £20 and they've come in handy loads of times since.


Could you link to an image of one?
Norton2808/11/2019 20:32

There are several available at the Arnold...nottingham …There are several available at the Arnold...nottingham store...unfortunately all left out in the rain and damp so now very rusty...and in a sorry state...i got one after negotiations with the store manager for a reduced and bargain price...got it home...used wd40 on it..cleaned up ok and now in use.


How much did u get it for?
useful for carrying my mates home from the pub when they are trollied!
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