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Saxon Steel Mesh Garden Cart - £35 + Free C&C @ Homebase

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Posted 13th Feb
This Saxon garden cart is ideal for moving heavy objects, loose soil or garden waste.

  • The sides of the cart can be removed for easy loading.
  • The 10” pneumatic tyres support use over rough terrain.
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Buy one for your hols or, like we did, an airshow, stick your young kids in it with all your picnic stuff and be the envy of all the other visitors
I don't know what these are like because there is only one picture, but when I was looking into buying something similar a year or two ago I did a fair amount of research into various models. As far as I could tell the main point of failure in these sorts of trolleys is where the front axle pivot is attached to the frame of the cart. Often they are just welded in one place, so all of the strain from the weight of the load is concentrated at that one central point, and that's where they tend to fail. Some trolleys though appear to have much better reinforcement for this point, and some have multiple pivots which spreads the loading. In the end I decided that our wheelbarrow and heavy duty sack barrow could do almost all of the jobs that I would use one of these garden trolleys for and so I didn't buy one, but I just thought it worth mentioning what I found out about them.
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Bought last time was on offer. Lightweight, but adequate. Can cope with being over-filled with split logs!
Got one of these last time for £20 they are great wish i’d i’d bought myself one (other was for parents!)
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JayMills-72d79.489446 m ago

No stock anymore


it is limited stock. Please see below the screenshot of the stock available near me

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Edited by: "apur32" 13th Feb
Buy one for your hols or, like we did, an airshow, stick your young kids in it with all your picnic stuff and be the envy of all the other visitors
Jafaman3 m ago

Buy one for your hols or, like we did, an airshow, stick your young kids …Buy one for your hols or, like we did, an airshow, stick your young kids in it with all your picnic stuff and be the envy of all the other visitors


I don't know what these are like because there is only one picture, but when I was looking into buying something similar a year or two ago I did a fair amount of research into various models. As far as I could tell the main point of failure in these sorts of trolleys is where the front axle pivot is attached to the frame of the cart. Often they are just welded in one place, so all of the strain from the weight of the load is concentrated at that one central point, and that's where they tend to fail. Some trolleys though appear to have much better reinforcement for this point, and some have multiple pivots which spreads the loading. In the end I decided that our wheelbarrow and heavy duty sack barrow could do almost all of the jobs that I would use one of these garden trolleys for and so I didn't buy one, but I just thought it worth mentioning what I found out about them.
Useful info thanks but none in stock around me. West mids Dudley area!
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Several round Edinburgh / Fife - that's the school run sorted!
VDisillusioned35 m ago

I don't know what these are like because there is only one picture, but …I don't know what these are like because there is only one picture, but when I was looking into buying something similar a year or two ago I did a fair amount of research into various models. As far as I could tell the main point of failure in these sorts of trolleys is where the front axle pivot is attached to the frame of the cart. Often they are just welded in one place, so all of the strain from the weight of the load is concentrated at that one central point, and that's where they tend to fail. Some trolleys though appear to have much better reinforcement for this point, and some have multiple pivots which spreads the loading. In the end I decided that our wheelbarrow and heavy duty sack barrow could do almost all of the jobs that I would use one of these garden trolleys for and so I didn't buy one, but I just thought it worth mentioning what I found out about them.



Good post. The quoted 250Kg max weight supported is highly suspect as your post suggests. Light weight use is fine, but the temptation to overload this design must be resisted. Like you I find a wheelbarrow more versatile for all garden uses.
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