For anyone still interested, this is now £35.99. I'm looking for a good sturdy but lightweight barrow but this looks a bit flimsy, and I wouldn't recommend one without a front tipping bar for a shortie like me.
I'd spend another tenner, and get this instead:- https://www.toolstation.com/easiload-galvanised-wheelbarrow-85l/p96883 20l larger, and a puncture-proof tyre. Make sure you select the right option in the selection area - it's easy to accidentally order the version with a regular pneumatic tyre by mistake (Ask me how I know this (annoyed) )
35.99 with code
I have one the looks identical to this and it certainly isn’t heavy duty! The fail point is how the handles connect to the side of the tray, it’s relying on the strength of a very thin bit of metal, get a better version that has been on here from somewhere like Wickes that has the handles taking the load from the base of the tray and not the side
I'm after a 62 ltr barrow... No point in paying for space that you're not going to use ;)
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
The Contractor Professional - Black Wheelbarrow £103.98 @ wheelbarrows£103.98 Free P&P Free
85L Heavy-duty press pan Tubular frame Extra-strong double-rolled edge pan Pneumatic tyre Black B.o.P. System (14 barrows/pallet) Please note: The pan featured on the Puncture Proo… Read more
Black or silver both appear the same to me with either ending up the same colour after a few barrows of concrete or soil. Plus if on a site the labourers kicking the hell out of it or running over it in the forklift. (lol)
I agree there's no need to shop anywhere else than B&M as they are the Harrods of bargain basement on practically anything you need for the home, construction or office. Got fence panels from them really good qual and cheap as chips!
Finally got a delivery date! Ordered this and a few tins of the decking and fence paint which is also on offer.
As you can see from the comments, it does the job for the vast majority. Some people don’t abuse everything they own, and have reasonable expectations. Not everyone can afford, or needs, a £150 wheelbarrow. Cheap products exist for a reason, they have a purpose.
Typical - try and check out and theres no delviery dates.
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Chillington sounds like yoof slang for someone to calm down
The people complaining about rust are the gardening type lol
I have a Chillington, does what it's supposed to. It gets chipped and dented, but unless you're using it as an upmarket garden planter, that's what happens to wheelbarrows. In the last couple of weeks, mine's carried a tonne of quarry waste, a tonne of sand, a stack of paving stones, had several mixes of compo made in it and still going strong. A plastic wheelbarrow is only good for light carrying and trying to look like you're a serious gardener.:D
Is this a new deal to the one that was posted a few weeks ago? I bought one of those and didn't get the wheelbarrow with the puncture free tyre, so after complaining they sent me just the puncture free wheel and I kept the wheelbarrow, so at least have a wheelbarrow with a spare wheel.
Yes, so when you throw a brick in it, it goes straight through.
Posted 2nd FebPosted 2nd Feb
Chillington Camden Classic (yellow puncture free) wheelbarrow 85L for £45.95 delivered @ Wickes£45.95£64.9529% off Free P&P FreeWickes Deals
Down from £44 to £38, plus that Wickes delivery fee (remember it is free over £75 so add a few more bits and bobs to miss out that £7.95 extra). Wheelbarrows are quite expensive … Read more
I was very disappointed because they sent me the wrong one and I particularly wanted the puncture free wheelbarrow. Hopefully they will be contacting me at the end of the week to arrange collection of the wrong one and delivery of the right one. Also I think the one they sent was cheaper, but they didn't mention that fact.
I ordered one last week as a click and collect, realised when I got home it was the wrong Chillington's wheelbarrow and I didn't get the puncture free one, but not a massive issue for my usage. Handles very well, very awkward to load into the car but managed to get it in with the handles going in first and dropping one of the seats (baby chair on the other passenger side).
Bought this last year. Absolutely fine. Be careful to balance the load as it can be quite unnerving if it shifts on an incline etc. I keep it in the shed unlike previous wheelbarrows which I left out in the elements with obvious consequences. Never thought about a cart but that will be my next purchase.
Not really as it is in a pretty bad state all round, so have now ordered this one.
Yes, I should probably take better care of mine. I likely will do once I get the new one. Strangely enough the galv hopper is in perfect nick, bar the hole, where the axle collapse has caused the tyre to wear a hole in the hopper.
Posted 25th Nov 2020Posted 25th Nov 2020
Solid Wheel for Wheelbarrow - Professional or Domestic Puncture Resistant with Metal Centre £8.53 at Amazon Warehouse£8.53Amazon Deals
Solid Wheel for Wheelbarrow - Professional or Domestic Puncture Resistant with Metal Centre £12.19 £8.53
Good wheelbarrow for the average garden without anything thorny or sharp on the ground. Anything like that and you’re better off with a solid wheel. Lost count of the number of puncture we had till we changed over
This looks like a teenagers wheelbarrow. Would have suited my 11 year old as he's too big for his Roly barrow and too small for my 50 year old heavy, concrete coated barrow.
Sounds good. Do you happen to know the discount code? In the market for a wheelbarrow.
You're right, it's the 85l Chillington one (still bigger and better quality than the deal here) for £35. I wanted the bigger capacity so spent £43 with a discount code on the 120l. Point remains you can get a quality chillington barrow for £35 or less. Spend a tenner more have have it 10x as long. 120l is a little wide, so consider when storing.
Got one of these from ebay a couple of years ago claimed it could do the same 100KG heavy duty, i had 850KG of shingle delivered to my allotment, which turned out to be 20+ wheelbarrow loads about an average of 42KG per load and the wheelbarrow first started buckling with weight, not to mention kept tipping over every time i half loaded i kept having to level it out, by the last load it was deformed beyond use as the bolts had cut through the metal and the tire then popped, i now use a crap 40L old wheelbarrow i was given for free its about 20 years old and was never declared as heavy duty or phumatic tyre but its lived through the time and ive shoved more than 100KG on it and it hasn't even changed shape.
Posted 11th Aug 2020Posted 11th Aug 2020
65L Heavy Duty Wheelbarrow Garden Cart Galvanised, Weight Capacity of 200kgs 33cm /13"Pneumatic Tyre - £25.49 with code @ Neodirect eBay£25.49£29.9915% offeBay Deals
Just found it. B&Q - £8 https://www.diy.com/departments/greentyre-green-wheelbarrow-tyre/206742_BQ.prd
Sorry, just realised I’d completely forgotten to get back to you on this. The tyre is a Greentyre Flat Free. I can’t see any for sale currently, but Amazon have a Haemmerlin puncture free solid tyre for £26.40 and CPC have a Rolson one for £16.77 currently. I’m sure either would be fine and the Haemmerlin also has a tread pattern, which mine does not have.
10% £3 off today on the eBay link
I think just down at Wickes. It was a last minute thing as the tyre was flat with no ability to inflate it. I’ll go and have a look at the wheel later today and confirm any branding on it if you can wait a bit.
Posted 7th May 2020Posted 7th May 2020
Childrens Metal Wheelbarrow £14.00 Free Delivery for Account Holder From Smyths£14£23.9942% off Free P&P FreeSmyths Toys Deals
Childrens metal wheelbarrow £14.00 Delivered Free for account holders if you don't have an account just sign up its free to do. All Delivery information is here . https://www.s… Read more
Approximately what age is this for.....reviews suggest 3-5 at best. My boy is a bigger 6 year old. I have to transport a lot of stock from the end of a lane to my garden and he will bug me no end to help.
This and a micro shovel from Toolstation have got more use than any other thing my son has had bought for him.
Thank you so much been looking at this for a while (y)
Posted 19th Mar 2020Posted 19th Mar 2020
Ward 55L Plastic Wheelbarrow £12 Click and Collect at Argos£12Argos Deals
Perfect for storing and carrying things around your garden. Great for holding everything from garden cuttings, picked fruit/veg or chopped wood. The roller can be filled with water… Read more
I agree, I got one a while back, the description of "light garden waste" is accurate. This is a flimsy wheelbarrow and doesn't hold well. Don't think about using is for heavier load like earth, gravel or similar as it will buckle and fail. Just a word of warning...
Good deal, I paid £28 last year for one of these from Wickes!
Another offer that is "No stock" at my Homebase in Barnstaple, and many others by the sound of it !
I picked one up a month ago and it’s okay. Not great and won’t last. Parts already crumbled under weigh on soil where the screws meet the frame. I wouldn’t buy again.
Yep - every once in a while I look at the frame for any scratches / rust and paint them with Hammerite. It's just annoying to buy something marketed as galvanised, and be painting metal surfaces after a month because there are signs of rust.
Could we not just get a can of cheap spray paint (silver) maybe from Poundland, and spray the most at risk components? Obviously not a good as stainless but may increase life of barrow as a whole by 2-3 times?
this is better as a proper frame and more longer lasting
Good price (I paid £33 on Amazon many months ago) , but really annoys me that only the tray is ever galvanised, while the frame and the screws are not (so rust very quickly). Same thing with most galvanised / stainless exterior locks or ironmongery you buy: always supplied with bright screws.
For this price it can be one job wheelbarrow and its still good deal (y)
Isn't it a bit ironic - using something that cannot be recycled in the garden, just because it's cheap? Get a metal one, that'll only end up in landfill when a wheel goes.
Great festi-trugs!!! 5 festivals, 5 resprays and re-decorations later, ours is still going strong!! Great for stashing contraband in the bottom and doubles up as a hand seat/pull-a-long for when the little ones get tired :D