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Hand Trolley 250kg P-Handle Trolley With Pneumatic Tyres $19.89 @ Bunnings

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This handy and durable P-Handle Trolley is perfect for all your household or business transporting needs. The contoured handle is ideal for single handed use and gives extra support to the items you are moving with the handle bar running down the middle of the trolley. Inflatable tyres help to manoeuvre and smoothly carry up to 250kg of weight.

  • P-Handle design allows for easy single handed use
  • Heavy duty powder coated steel
  • Durable inflatable tyres for easy manoeuvrability, reduced transit impact
  • Great for transporting large, heavy items
  • 250kg load capacity

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  • Cheaper than hiring?

    • +6

      Unless you live next to one of these places that rents them - $20 to own is probably worth the time/effort/petrol/cost of renting one

  • +2

    what is the usual price?

  • This is the normal price, I picked up similar item from Mitre10 years ago for $20.

    • +4

      $20 years ago > $20 now.

      • About $126.15 I think.

  • I picked this up for $20 4-5 years ago and it still comes handy when I help move washing machines and fridges- year it is no match to a stair climber but it costs a fraction of it too

  • +20

    Cheaper than a chiropractor.

  • +7

    Much cheaper and easier to master than telekinesis lessons

    • +2

      I knew you were gonna say that.

      • +1

        So did I

        • -1

          So did you

  • +1

    Even cheaper than tearing the ass out of your pants

  • +2

    bent the axle on one of these a while ago. Couldnt do the fridge really….. even though it says 250kg

    • +7

      Your meant to take the body pieces out of the fridge first.

      • dude fridge is 100kg not 250kg as per the trolley description

        • But maybe the body pieces inside your fridge add up to 151kg?

        • @hymio: no, thats what suitcases are for

    • -1

      It's not elephant-proof.

  • +7

    Protip, buy the solid tyres. The pneumatic tyres ALYAYS deflate during periods of non-use.

    • +1

      Aldi have a bike pump for $12.99.

    • +1

      solid tyres move like shit though

      • +1

        Yeah it's a trade off between that and having to spend 20 minutes to pump up tyres whenever I have a 2 minute job to do. I went with less hassle. :)

        • +2

          20 Minutes to pump up tyres…

        • +2

          I can only guess that it takes 15 minutes for you to find the pump.

        • @JerryB: Tape the pump to the side of the trolley. Or take a holster for the pump. EZPZ

        • @camshandez:

          So I guess you live 10 mins from a service station.

    • I have one with solid tyres too. My flatmate has one with pneumatic ones which were always near flat due to inactivity.

  • +3

    This lasted two uses for me - the pneumatic tyres deflated. Someone stole it afterwards before I could re-inflate. Buy better tyres.

    • +6

      …and a wheel clamp.

  • +1

    I replaced a blown tube on one of these. Tube was about $15 from memory :/

    • +1

      Good story Rhubarb.

      • +1

        Cool story, Grandpa!

    • +1

      Thank you for sharing. I will learn from your experience and buy a second trolley = two spare wheels for only $19.89.

  • +1

    Product Dimensions (mm) W:550

    narrow enough to fit down the aisle of the local bottlo.

    • +1

      Might also want to take a look at this deal in that case.

  • Looks similar to the red one I bought for $20 from Super Cheap Auto 18 months which works OK for the price.

  • I bought 2 of them at around ~$26/ea. Break the axle at weight around ~150kg. so yeah…

  • Not really a bargain, I found mine (exact model) on hard rubbish for $0 :P

    • +4

      That's superuser's with a bent axle.

  • Can this be used on stairs?

    • +7

      Depends. Are you filming a Jackass movie?

    • There are specific ones designed for stairs (cost more I guess) . They have like 3 sets of wheels, and part that moves/turns as you are going up the stairs.
      I have used this normal type of moving trolley going up stairs, much more of an effort, and I would have someone holding it down well while travelling up stairs, as it it quite alot more bumpy than using proper stairs moving trolley.

  • +1

    I heard Conor Mcgregor is looking for some of these

    • ahahah.. classic!