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Shopping Trolley for £4.50 @ Homebase

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Posted 20th Aug

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Handy shopping trolleys good for bagging lots of bargains or for regular shopping.

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Available in store / free c&c

Showing in three different designs so I think if you do reserve then you will receive one out of the three at random.

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This handy shopping trolly is perfect for transporting your shopping home, particularly for heavy or bulky items. Great if you don't have access to a car, or if you simply wish to save on fuel and parking costs! The ergonomic design makes this an ideal choice if you struggle with mobility.

Comfortable and easy-to-grab ergonomic handle. Foldable design for compact storage. Extra pocket on the back for small items.

(D)28 x (H)95 x (W)35cm
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azzy12920/08/2019 15:35

do these have a minimum age limit?


Yes and you need a provisional licence
MadeDixonsCry20/08/2019 12:17

Aka granny trolley


They look big, but there's no way you'd reasonably fit a granny in one of these.
Thank you so much was looking for one of these to carry to Carnival and was not wanting to spend too much, and hey presto this appears. Just what I wanted heat added.
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When i was in Norway people of all ages used these. I wish i could bring myself to use one

Might be handy for moving stuff around the garden...
Thank you so much was looking for one of these to carry to Carnival and was not wanting to spend too much, and hey presto this appears. Just what I wanted heat added.
Aka granny trolley
£1 at Morrisons.
Edited by: "plebbygiraffe" 20th Aug
susie1320/08/2019 11:59

Thank you so much was looking for one of these to carry to Carnival and …Thank you so much was looking for one of these to carry to Carnival and was not wanting to spend too much, and hey presto this appears. Just what I wanted heat added.



Carnival? Aren't you sposed to pack light?
ziggycj20/08/2019 13:13

Carnival? Aren't you sposed to pack light?



Yes you are right, but my step mum lives in the heart of the Carnival and I have to bring goodies i.e. home made fried chicken & jamaican patties and other nice things for her and the family, so this tolley is just perfect!
susie1320/08/2019 13:23

What Morrisons?


Poor attempt at humour I think.
£1 at Morrisons, or a £1 shaped token....
Thank you 🏼 I love my trolley I’ve used one since I was I’m my 30’s with my arthritis defo helps using one of these than carrying heaving items 🌟
do these have a minimum age limit?
azzy12920/08/2019 15:35

do these have a minimum age limit?


Yes and you need a provisional licence
I just use an asda trolley 🛒
MadeDixonsCry20/08/2019 12:17

Aka granny trolley


They look big, but there's no way you'd reasonably fit a granny in one of these.
Should only have one when you’re at least 70
these would be so handy for the shopping etc. just could not be seen dragging that around. I reckon people would be looking at me thinking I just robbed an OAP.
These are fab, much better than struggling with heavy shopping bags. I load it up with beer!
I love these, if you see them in a shop you know not to use that checkout. Also that the person will stop in the middle of an aisle for about ten minutes to the point where you think they're having a stroke, then shuffle off again.

Wonderful things.
My Nan had one
John_Payne20/08/2019 20:27

these would be so handy for the shopping etc. just could not be seen …these would be so handy for the shopping etc. just could not be seen dragging that around. I reckon people would be looking at me thinking I just robbed an OAP.



My mum had a much larger one called a sholley,I used it a few times and you could carry loads I did feel a right pratt though,it's sad that I felt that way,but I was a 30 year old man and that's just the way I felt,it was at least twice the size of one of these though,I probably wouldn't feel so bad about using one of these
Edited by: "phantom1973" 21st Aug
Me : "Hello Dragons, My name is Ian, and I would like to open my pitch for £100,000 for a 1% stake for an investment for my new invention of the ELECTRIC shopping trolley, which is going to revolutionise all of our lives... "
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Edited by: "ianhalling" 21st Aug
rachyerbs20/08/2019 13:32

Poor attempt at humour I think. £1 at Morrisons, or a £1 shaped token....



damcnaught20/08/2019 19:50

They look big, but there's no way you'd reasonably fit a granny in one of …They look big, but there's no way you'd reasonably fit a granny in one of these.



lol just assembled one and they are not that big.
Wrapped in cling film, this looks the perfect vehicle to go from the free drop off then into the hold.

So no drop off charges; it's paid for on the first or second flight & rolls that ten min/half mile walk infinitely better than a tiny wheeled case.

It's just a shame some folk would worry about looking old/silly.
ibiza21/08/2019 09:58

Wrapped in cling film, this looks the perfect vehicle to go from the free …Wrapped in cling film, this looks the perfect vehicle to go from the free drop off then into the hold.So no drop off charges; it's paid for on the first or second flight & rolls that ten min/half mile walk infinitely better than a tiny wheeled case.It's just a shame some folk would worry about looking old/silly.


I agree it is really sad that people care what others think about them... But most of us still do.
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