Workzone Heavy Duty Platform Truck Max Load 300kg 3 years warranty £9.99 instore @ Aldi
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Workzone Heavy Duty Platform Truck Max Load 300kg 3 years warranty £9.99 instore @ Aldi

£9.99£29.9967%ALDI Deals
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LocalFound 18th Jan
OOS online, but found instore in Southampton.

Product Information
  • Brand:

    Workzone
  • Colour:

    Yellow/Black
  • Dimensions:

    Approx. 90.5 x 60.8 x 86.3 cm
  • Material:

    Steel, Plastic/Rubber (wheels)
  • Maximum Weight:

    300kg (approx.)
  • Product Type:

    Equipment
  • Weight:

    13.5kg

When you are getting stuck into those work projects, you need equipment to make the job as easy as possible. Take the hard work out of heavy lifting with this Heavy Duty Platform Truck. Strong enough to carry almost a third of a tonne, this handy work tool is perfect for any one with a lot of weight to move. And for when it is not in use, the handle folds for easy storage.


Features
  • Folding handle for easy storage
  • Steel construction with powder coated finish
  • Rubber castor wheels
  • All round PVC buffer strips to protect walls and doors frames
  • Non slip PVC platform surface

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Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as this'll help her bad back when she has to lug in the coal every morning
bellboys2 m ago

How do I get it to the car?


i have a heavy duty platform truck you could borrow
Sammylove201628 m ago

Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as …Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as this'll help her bad back when she has to lug in the coal every morning


Ah yes sammy, but will she appreciate it I think not. WOmen eh, NEver happy. I got mine an extendable ladder for her 40th, to make her life easier when it comes ter cleaning the windows on our town house. NOW she doesn't have ter stand on the top rung to reach the windows on the 3rd floor, but would yer believe it, she's STILL not happy ...tut tut tut, see what I mean
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Any more stock left in the Southampton store? Thanks
mine is garbage
How do I get it to the car?
bellboys2 m ago

How do I get it to the car?


i have a heavy duty platform truck you could borrow
We got 2 of these on the last deal , pretty good for the price. lads have been using them every day for a couple of months and still going strong.
audievo33 m ago

mine is garbage


Mine was also garbage.
The wheels buckled whilst well under the max weight.
fireman125 m ago

Mine was also garbage.The wheels buckled whilst well under the max weight.


mine was useless on all but very smooth surfaces, and put a lot of weight on it and it wouldn't move at all or just topple over.
zen1351 h, 8 m ago

Any more stock left in the Southampton store? Thanks


Got 1, 5 more left in Southampton.
Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as this'll help her bad back when she has to lug in the coal every morning
zen13520 m ago

Got 1, 5 more left in Southampton.


Whose going to buy half of one?
Probably the one I returned!
Things like this are great if you have no intention of using it as intended. And I think they rely on that when they make and sell them.
Dorris will be fine moving her small pot plant on this but load it with a quarter of a tonne of stuff like it's advertised to do and it will collapse.
fireman114 m ago

Whose going to buy half of one? :)Probably the one I returned!Things like …Whose going to buy half of one? :)Probably the one I returned!Things like this are great if you have no intention of using it as intended. And I think they rely on that when they make and sell them.Dorris will be fine moving her small pot plant on this but load it with a quarter of a tonne of stuff like it's advertised to do and it will collapse.


I'll be using mine to move a 50-60kg washing machine, hopefully will hold up or the 3 year warranty will come into use!
Sammylove201628 m ago

Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as …Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as this'll help her bad back when she has to lug in the coal every morning


Ah yes sammy, but will she appreciate it I think not. WOmen eh, NEver happy. I got mine an extendable ladder for her 40th, to make her life easier when it comes ter cleaning the windows on our town house. NOW she doesn't have ter stand on the top rung to reach the windows on the 3rd floor, but would yer believe it, she's STILL not happy ...tut tut tut, see what I mean
Picked one up on the earlier deal, and very happy with it. Old washing machine was very easy to move with this, and no sign of strain on castors. Some self assembly is required, to bolt the castors to the base, but spanner tool is provided.
Sammylove20162 h, 17 m ago

Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as …Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as this'll help her bad back when she has to lug in the coal every morning


haha i thought you were going to push her around with it, so she will be happy
not bad for doing some functional training
Perfect timing to get the beers in for the 6 Nations
Everyone saying these are bad, well I must of got a different one, as mine was/is brilliant, even rolled over uneven and bumpy surfaces without issues. I haven't put massive amounts of weight on it, but some heavy stuff and its been fine.
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 18th Jan
Great for getting the kids to school
great for moving furniture around.
For that price definitely worth a punt. 300kg .. very useful !
I don't know why, but this reminds me of when ( I think it was Curry's ) had a brilliant deal on a DAB radio. Nearest store that had stock was Halifax so I spent £30 on fuel going to West Yorkshire & back just to get this deal , which saved me about £15. Not going down to Hampshire for one of these but heat added nevertheless as awesome deal
darren903017 m ago

I don't know why, but this reminds me of when ( I think it was Curry's ) …I don't know why, but this reminds me of when ( I think it was Curry's ) had a brilliant deal on a DAB radio. Nearest store that had stock was Halifax so I spent £30 on fuel going to West Yorkshire & back just to get this deal , which saved me about £15. Not going down to Hampshire for one of these but heat added nevertheless as awesome deal


Ehhh you spent £30 to save £15?
Sammylove20164 h, 19 m ago

Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as …Ordered one for the wife for Valentines Day. She'll be over the moon as this'll help her bad back when she has to lug in the coal every morning


That's one lucky lady! I would've kept it for myself.
time2share8 m ago

Ehhh you spent £30 to save £15?


Yep, had to be done
A couple left at Liverpool East Prescott Road, marked as £24.99, went throught the till at £4.99!
I’ve got something almost identical from this, it’s orange. Can’t remember where I got it but it’s more than useful.

Been used to wheel a full set of 16-18” wheels including tyres from front to back of the house. Makes switching the summer to winter wheels on both our cars a less back breaking task. My drive isn’t super smooth so steering is not great but what do I expect for the bulk, size and weight.
Very handy as they never have any trolleys in the one near me, just buy this and chain it up where they park the trolleys
Got one of these, samething different brand, used it and abused it, for the money it is an excellent buy. We use ours now for transporting wine from the car to the house!!!
bellboys6 h, 44 m ago

How do I get it to the car?


First ask your wife to get out.
Got no clue what I would use it for but I want one lol
zen1357 h, 6 m ago

I'll be using mine to move a 50-60kg washing machine, hopefully will hold …I'll be using mine to move a 50-60kg washing machine, hopefully will hold up or the 3 year warranty will come into use!


That should be fine.
I put about 200kg of blocks on it and it crippled it.
audievo11 h, 43 m ago

mine was useless on all but very smooth surfaces, and put a lot of weight …mine was useless on all but very smooth surfaces, and put a lot of weight on it and it wouldn't move at all or just topple over.


Ditto
Nathan_Barguss7 h, 38 m ago

A couple left at Liverpool East Prescott Road, marked as £24.99, went …A couple left at Liverpool East Prescott Road, marked as £24.99, went throught the till at £4.99!


Liverpool, and you put it through the till? How original!
Edited by: "No8" 18th Jan
Might have to check my local Aldi out for one. Thanks for the post!
I went to the Fareham branch none in there
Only 300kg?
Crap, can't transport the misus about.
pokemon215 h, 40 m ago

haha i thought you were going to push her around with it, so she will be …haha i thought you were going to push her around with it, so she will be happy


300kg limit unfortunately
darren903015 h, 32 m ago

Yep, had to be done


Hahaha. Reminds me of my dad, who will spend a couple of quid in fuel driving to the cheapest petrol station, to save a couple of quid on his fillup.

Madness.
ScoobyStoo36 m ago

Hahaha. Reminds me of my dad, who will spend a couple of quid in fuel …Hahaha. Reminds me of my dad, who will spend a couple of quid in fuel driving to the cheapest petrol station, to save a couple of quid on his fillup.Madness.



Apologies for off subject to pablomalin but I once rode half way around Wiltshire looking for a Sainsbury's or BP station as I 'needed' to use my Nectar card. Needless to say after taking stock the card ended up being cut in half as it was sending me crazy !
None left in Coulsdon
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