Yellowstone Festival Trolley - 25Kg Max Load +  bungee Cord £7.50 @ Tesco (Free C&C)
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Yellowstone Festival Trolley - 25Kg Max Load + bungee Cord £7.50 @ Tesco (Free C&C)

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Found 23rd Aug 2017
Dead handy for shifting your camping gear around, had a max load of 25KG so not too shabby for £7.50 (Free C&C Avavilble)

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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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I wouldn't trust that at all for festivals. If its at all muddy this will die in a matter of seconds and you will end up dragging it around. You need one with pneumatic tyres and can take far more weight.
cdm221 h, 9 m ago

I wouldn't trust that at all for festivals. If its at all muddy this will …I wouldn't trust that at all for festivals. If its at all muddy this will die in a matter of seconds and you will end up dragging it around. You need one with pneumatic tyres and can take far more weight.


Ah, but the main weight you need to carry at a festival is booze and food, which you take in to the festival, before it gets. On the way home, you'll find you have far less weight to take!
Thanks OP handy item
Podge24 m ago

Ah, but the main weight you need to carry at a festival is booze and food, …Ah, but the main weight you need to carry at a festival is booze and food, which you take in to the festival, before it gets. On the way home, you'll find you have far less weight to take!



24 cans of booze will weight around 12kg so it's not gonna take many of those.
cdm223 m ago

24 cans of booze will weight around 12kg so it's not gonna take many of …24 cans of booze will weight around 12kg so it's not gonna take many of those.


If you're going to a festival you have to think efficiency - you're gonna be carrying it, so you want the most booze for the least weight.

Plus then its easier to sneak into the actual arena.
Good price but as others have said utterly useless for festivals. Will be no good over uneven grass yet alone mud. This WILL break and I've seen so many people at the side of festival queues p****d off cause their gear has fallen off a trolley with one wheel!
These have tiny pathetic wheels that dig straight into mud and soft ground and render it useless.

Handy if you are camping on concrete but otherwise worth a miss.
Wish I had something like this the last time I went to a festival. Most people had duct taped their booze onto sledges to drag through the mud.
lmao
Buy a proper truck with pneumatic tyres. Yrs it'll be £40 quid, but will last loads of festivals and is so much easier to pull.
graybags52 m ago

Buy a proper truck with pneumatic tyres. Yrs it'll be £40 quid, but will …Buy a proper truck with pneumatic tyres. Yrs it'll be £40 quid, but will last loads of festivals and is so much easier to pull.


This one is currently £19.97

hotukdeals.com/dea…033
Are these good for cartons/boxes?

The platform looks very small and seems like it would only cover half of a carton?

thanks
This would not survive a glastonbury!

camping.efestivals.co.uk/off…asp

This has survived 3 so far! Not the cheapest but recommend it!
Time and time again this trolley gets heat, yet it gets a string of comments saying it's useless. When you see it in real life, it looks small and pathetically flimsy. Yellowstone is almost evil for deceiving youngsters into thinking this is fit for a festival!
Honestly guys don't bother with this one! Its not as big as it seems, and doesn't hold anywhere near the weight it says! We made the mistake of getting this one to take to glasto, BIG mistake! Needless to say we ended up carrying everything and dumping the useless thing!
Edited by: "justme716" 24th Aug 2017
Why is this hot it looks crap
These dropped down to £2.50 last year, if you're not in a hurry it might be worth hanging off.

hotukdeals.com/dea…201
Also, for an extra 50p you can get a 35kg one from Halfords.

halfords.com/web…001
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