Yellowstone Festival Trolley, 25Kg - Includes bungee cord - now £10 @ Tesco Direct
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Yellowstone Festival Trolley, 25Kg - Includes bungee cord - now £10 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 4th Jul 2017
Obviously not just for festivals but a good price

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With this festival trolley from Yellowstone you can easily move your camping gear from the car to the campsite. It is fitted with extra large wheels for easy manoeuvrability across rough or smooth ground and it comes with a bungee cord to secure your load. When not in use, the festival trolley folds down compactly for easy storage and transportation.



25kg/55lbs maximum load capacity.

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Comedy gold when people use these at a festival.
We used a sledge last time
25kg is 4 stone - that is not a lot of weight it can handle. They should really just call these disposable trolleys.
25kg isn’t much. I’d rather pay more for something that’ll take the weight of my camping gear.
Digger.Barnes2 h, 24 m ago

Comedy gold when people use these at a festival.


Agreed

Impossible to use on anything other than flat ground and even then only if you're not too tall and don't have too much on them. Get a few cases of cans on them and try to wheel them across a festival ground...
This won't work at any festival unless the ground is flat, dry, and you put very little weight on.

We broke a 200KG rated cart with 80KG of weight at Glastonbury, wasn't even muddy or particularly rough terrain. I think these max load ratings are for going 20 metres across a flat, paved back garden.
patrick_000

25kg isn’t much. I’d rather pay more for something that’ll take the weigh … 25kg isn’t much. I’d rather pay more for something that’ll take the weight of my camping gear.


Agreed.

You can buy a good 150kg trolley for about £30, which have pneumatic tyres and will be a little better for moving over rough ground (rather than these awful cheap ones with solid wheels and will just fall over if you hit any kind of bump).

You can also get them second hand from people who buy them to move house. They get used for one day, so almost always in new condition on gumtree etc.
If the wheels are not metal, save your money. Plastic wheels won't last 50 yards over a field with even moderate weight on. I know this from experience.
i had one last year at download. **** down all weekend and getting from the car to the camping site was painful. i almost threw it and walked back to the car and drove home. wheels are crap, doesn't deal with any form of wetness and balancing things like beer was awful. my mate got a dolly trolley frame from the local market and that was excellent and far more sturdy. he paid £10. my trolley lasted half and hour. it fitted nicely in the bin.
If you are serious about using a trolley for a festival get one of these:

Rolson 42512 400 lb Hand Truck Capacity with 10-inch Wheels amazon.co.uk/dp/…83Y

I used it myself last year it was roughly £20 and took about 5 cases of beer and loads of camping gear. The inflatable tyres are a lifesaver getting over mud and it's a strong build.

Saw many of OPs trolleys ditched by the side of the walkways where they had broken
Festivals trolley? The are you serious police would like to question that statement with wheels like that...
Trolleys like this, or their parts, are strewn in huge numbers across Glastonbury each year. Most end up having to be carried once the wheels have fallen off.
Those wheels look they would fall off with a bit of weight.

Good luck pulling this through a muddy field.
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