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Pro-Craft Folding Hand Truck (max. 60kg) - £12.74 with code @ Robert Dyas (free click & collect)
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Pro-Craft Folding Hand Truck (max. 60kg) - £12.74 with code @ Robert Dyas (free click & collect)

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Handy and space-saving folding truck. Use promotional code SEPT15 at checkout for further discount

Free store collection available at Robert Dyas / Ryman stores

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Compact and easy to store, this folding hand truck is just what you need when carting heavy plants and other items around your home or garden. It can support up to 60kg of weight, holding your items securely on a strong and sturdy base, and folds away conveniently for storage after use.

Specifications
  • Max. load: 60kg
  • Material: Steel and PP
  • Dimensions (folded): H67 x W6 x D40cm
  • Dimensions (extended): H97 x W40 x D41cm
  • Weight: 3.3kg
  • Colour: Silver/Black

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Good price. Would bite but max load isn’t enough for some washers / dryers.
Edited by: "Thyme" 15th Sep
Thyme15/09/2019 08:24

Good price. Would bite but max load isn’t enough for some washers / dryers.


Yeah these aren't suitable for those sorts of things... I have one and it's good for smaller crates/boxes and maybe a slim lightweight fridge at a push.

The only thing I hate about it is that when you slide down the handle to collapse it, you can trap your finger really badly if you're not paying attention. Otherwise it's a very neat little easily stowed trolley.
Thyme15/09/2019 08:24

Good price. Would bite but max load isn’t enough for some washers / dryers.


Ah shame. Was thinking this for a house move for washing machine and fridges..
Thyme15/09/2019 08:24

Good price. Would bite but max load isn’t enough for some washers / dryers.


Was thinking the same.
It's just too small. I have a very similar one and it's nowhere near big or robust enough to move furniture or appliances.
The claimed 60kg max weight is nonsense - more or less anything that heavy would be too big.
Ordered, thank you very much OP, one of these would be handy for me but thought not for £30 but £12.74 it's ace thanks again
£18 at Wilko for the same thing, with numerous reviews just as good.
Always wanted to be wheeled around on one of these with a mask on. Thanks OP...heat added
You’re lying if you say you don’t need a fold up trolley. Great price too.
Great price OP
90KG on amazon inc free prime delivery £25
Next cheapest price for same weight capacity 60kg is at Wilko £18 wilko.com/en-…302
but better on Amazon as holds upto 90kg as suggested by @JIM1973ANDREWS
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 15th Sep
These are great, however usless for festivals due to the small wheels.
Thanks OP.
ordered and thanks.
kyeung15/09/2019 11:12

Ah shame. Was thinking this for a house move for washing machine and …Ah shame. Was thinking this for a house move for washing machine and fridges..


Add £15 and go to Costco for heavy duty ones.
Great for heavy loads, such as my wife
Looks a tad flimsy, but at this price worth the punt. You always want one of these when you haven't got one!

Find a lot of Dyas prices are high, but thought I'd have a look through the other clearance to see if I could add anything else while I was at it.
I rarely use a car wash brush (I use a mitt) but they can be handy with or without hose - this has attachment and on/off lever, but usually you will not find them much under a tenner.
This one is, at just £2.49 with code, so I ordered one, again got to be worth the punt.
Very similar on Ebay etc the cheapest one I can find is DOUBLE the Dyas price.
Halfords cheapest is 6 quid (now with a quid off, so a fiver, for what looks rubbish in comparison with small brush head and no hose attachment, others are up to 10 quid.
robertdyas.co.uk/car…ent

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Then there is this Barbecue Grip Light. Again, worth a punt (no batteries mind you, but who doesn't have loads of AA batteries kicking around?) Cheap as chips, autumn eves coming, light the barbie and light the barbie twice!
With that clip you could attach it almost anywhere.
Price? Just £1.21 with code.
robertdyas.co.uk/bar…ght

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One thing to add CODE OFFER ENDS TOMORROW 16th SEPT at MIDNIGHT
kyeung15/09/2019 11:12

Ah shame. Was thinking this for a house move for washing machine and …Ah shame. Was thinking this for a house move for washing machine and fridges..


I've moved a cooker, fridge, freezer and tumble dryer with a similar one I got from screwfix, also moved a washing machine to another room without an issue.

That was going up a ramp outside then 10 internal steps on my own
Edited by: "eset12345" 15th Sep
Thyme15/09/2019 08:24

Good price. Would bite but max load isn’t enough for some washers / dryers.


Anyone have one for a washing machine they'd recommend?
Use mine for lugging stuff around at festivals.
Check Aldi. They often sell proper ones that can cope with very heavy items, for the same money.
Anyone who wants one of these for more serious use needs to look at one from the brand "Wolfcraft", specifically (this is the important bit) the one with the bar between the two wheels. It's more expensive (about £60) but the different in functionality is night & day. I used to have a second-hand shop and used one for my regular deliveries and pickups... I must've moved literally thousands of items on it, from washing machines to large fridge freezers, and it handled them all. Up and down curbs and steps no problems. It's obviously not as capable as the traditional big sack barrow with rubber tyres, but it folds to a fraction of the size. Cracking bit of kit. As for the OP, good price but I never trusted this type much - great for light use, but as soon as you get some weight on and take a corner or curb at a bit of an angle you can collapse the wheel, which is a right nuisance.
good deal
tried a couple of them.
no, it's not 60kg load. max is about 20kg. anything more than that bends the entire structure and damages the wheels locking system. the wheels are small and hard. can only use on a smooth surface. no way to use it on stairs / curbs as the handle comes apart...
it a light duty trolley for office use only.
if you want a real one on large rubber wheels and real 100kg load to be used everywhere and to last forever:
amazon.co.uk/The…-62
60kg mx weight seems pointless as most heavy electrics are heavier.. and anything below 45kgs hopefully a man can handle
A big thank you to the OP - this has been worth its' weight in gold the last two weekends, taking two kids off to Uni. No bad backs and much quicker to get everything shifted!
Edited by: "robs1" 29th Sep
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