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Scheppach Dumper £999.99 at Aldi
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Scheppach Dumper £999.99 at Aldi

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Posted 12th Jan

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No idea if it's a deal, just that you can buy from Aldi. Was trying to think of something funny about collecting from store but delivery only.
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This Scheppach Dumper is capable of transporting up to 300kg of solid or bulk material. Perfect for hauling earth, gravel, stone, rubble, brick, or anything else you wish to transport, this DP3000 motorised petrol dumper offers support with all kinds of loads, on any terrain, for various applications. The big, air-filled wheels are ideal for easy operation, whilst the four-wheel drive provides maximum traction. This Scheppach Dumper also features 3 forward gears and 1 reverse gear, as well as a forward speed maximum of 2.5 / 4.8 / 6.4 km/h and a reverse speed maximum of 2 km/h.

Features
  • Air-filled tyres
  • Easy to manoeuvre
  • Quick response
  • Perfect for construction, landscaping and forestry
  • 3 Forward gears
  • 1 Reverse gear
  • Leveller function controls the rotation
  • Single-cylinder, 4 stroke petrol engine

Guarantee/Warranty 3 years
Suitable For Hauling earth, gravel, stone, rubble and bricks and transporting solid or bulk material

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Now thats what I call a shopping trolley !
Thanks, I'll get the misses to pick one up when she pops out for milk
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Now thats what I call a shopping trolley !
I mean this is my little boy’s dream, had a (very) quick google and other brands seem to start at 1.5k usually so heat from me!
Plus delivery,
Total£1,006.94.
These are skid steer, so only good for construction unless you don't mind it churning up your plot.
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 12th Jan
New festival trolley.
Thanks, I'll get the misses to pick one up when she pops out for milk
KTy12/01/2020 11:31

Thanks, I'll get the misses to pick one up when she pops out for milk


Delivery only
Love this, amazing , however the question is how useful is it, as you would need a fit and strong person to fill and unload it in the first place?.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 12th Jan
In before 'this is not road legal' and the usual counter 'the Police just ignore me and some even asked where I got it from'
You could fill up this dumper with Lidl shopping for about £11.90
No seat on it, might as well use a wheelbarrow.
This is exactly what I needed when I do my garden. 40 tonnes of hardcore using wheelbarrow killing my back.
Anyone have the measurement for this?

I got the measurements now.
Edited by: "gold3n_dragon" 12th Jan
My wife wants us to get two, so we can do dumper racing.
Edited by: "GDB2222" 12th Jan
Very reasonable delivery charge
A scale picture, the original picture looks like a toy

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This really ought to be electric with a chargeable battery these days.

Yes "no site hook up" ...but this is more your DIY toy, so no reason not to, 13 amp cable, battery, charge whilst filling, charge before hand so it's topped up & ready to go, 1000 watt hours, simple, no p.i.t.a awkward start up by pull cord!

Guess they'll be out next year.
I'll never need this but I definitely want it
Mr_Gus12/01/2020 14:48

This really ought to be electric with a chargeable battery these days.Yes …This really ought to be electric with a chargeable battery these days.Yes "no site hook up" ...but this is more your DIY toy, so no reason not to, 13 amp cable, battery, charge whilst filling, charge before hand so it's topped up & ready to go, 1000 watt hours, simple, no p.i.t.a awkward start up by pull cord!Guess they'll be out next year.


The battery to move that weight would cost the same over again, this is much more of a construction/ professional landscaping tool than a DIY tool.

In reality if you need this for DIY you should hire one
Jonj161112/01/2020 14:20

A scale picture, the original picture looks like a toy [Image]


seen more meat on a butchers pencil....he's lifting coloured sawdust.....
Wheelbarrow for lazy rich ppeople
Nah, we are down to $100 per kilowatt hour of battery at production buying end of things now, so easy to 're-design effectively, considering a petrol engine is mostly beat & little power by age of design & general inefficiencies, ..engines & fuel weigh something too, so counter argument is that a couple of hub motors & batterypacks wouldn't make much difference, plus could also improve manouverability.

I don't see this necessarily as a unique to building contractors, this would be handy (electrified) to anyone with a stable yard of horses, smaller landscapers, big garden owners smallholders etc.
Would be good to move a young tree & rootball intact, bales of feed mucking out etc, & the occasional sofa at the end of a highlands & islands crofting track (with lashing points) smallholder renovations so you don't necessarily have to buy a tractor.
Mr_Gus12/01/2020 14:48

This really ought to be electric with a chargeable battery these days.Yes …This really ought to be electric with a chargeable battery these days.Yes "no site hook up" ...but this is more your DIY toy, so no reason not to, 13 amp cable, battery, charge whilst filling, charge before hand so it's topped up & ready to go, 1000 watt hours, simple, no p.i.t.a awkward start up by pull cord!Guess they'll be out next year.


When I want to go for a big dump, I want to do it now. Not in a couple of hours after the battery has charged
fazered12/01/2020 11:17

New festival trolley.


I predict carnage, maybe get the snow plough attachment for safety.
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Thanks ordered two
TBC1512/01/2020 20:02

When I want to go for a big dump, I want to do it now. Not in a couple of …When I want to go for a big dump, I want to do it now. Not in a couple of hours after the battery has charged


only a fool starts the days dumping with an empty battery. ..& Are you dumping in Tesco car park miles from your house of dumping it nearby to be taken away?
I love Aldi.. Only place in the world you can get a loaf of bread and a Scheppach Dumper all under one roof.
HerefordCiderApples12/01/2020 11:09

Plus delivery, Total£1,006.94.These are skid steer, so only good for …Plus delivery, Total£1,006.94.These are skid steer, so only good for construction unless you don't mind it churning up your plot.


I hate it when I go for a dumper and it skid steers. It often takes longer to clean the pot than I spent pushing I out.
Mr_Gus12/01/2020 14:48

This really ought to be electric with a chargeable battery these days.Yes …This really ought to be electric with a chargeable battery these days.Yes "no site hook up" ...but this is more your DIY toy, so no reason not to, 13 amp cable, battery, charge whilst filling, charge before hand so it's topped up & ready to go, 1000 watt hours, simple, no p.i.t.a awkward start up by pull cord!Guess they'll be out next year.


If memory serves, Makita has one already.. Runs off 2x 18v in tandem... Don't think it would come in at under a grand though...

I agree, however.. for what these are, battery technology can easily do the trick (as Makita must also agree, i guess!).

There's very few jobs on site now that couldn't be easily planned and accomplished with today's offering of battery tools..
These powered barrows are cheap to hire from local independent tool hire stores. Some are tracked and some you can stand on the back.
It weighs 170.2kg? Might as well use a wheelbarrow
Thanks for the info Nickyjg
Waiting for the cyber truck equivalent of this
Just hire a Bobcat for the day!
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