"Very good purchase very handy and compact trolley Will store away anywhere when not in use Quite sturdy and robust, although not tested to its full capacity of 80 kgs, looks like it will do the business. Very happy with it!"
"Used a few times now for shifting boxes round at presentations / shows. Works well, lightweight both in use and when folded for storage. Long term durability not yet known - but seems to be excellent value for money."
"I brought this truck because I am working in a block of flats, the furthest from the (much appreciated lift) and to carry both tool boxes, about 15-20k each, a drill case, screws, whatever, used to take several trips. I can put all this on the truck & pull it in in one trip. Do not expect to be able to move a washing machine with it but for £25 it is great."
"I have been looking for something like this for a while but every other outlet sells these for twice the amount but which can only carry half the weight. It is lightweight, so doesn't add too much to whatever you are carrying (I did think it might be too lightweight to be strong but I was wrong). It folds away and opens easily too. The only reason for one 4 star in this review is that I found the toe plate a little shallow and a little difficult to get under the item I wanted to move, but that is fairly understandable."
"This a cheap, but very versatile truck. It doesn't have the handles of a sack trolley but is great for most things. It can certainly cope with heavy items. We have moved a washing machine with it. We even moved a large fridge/freexer, despite the lack of handles.
It folds down for storage or transporting it in a vehicle."
"Light-weight, takes up very little space when folded, and provided you don't try and push it to its limit does everything it is supposed to do. Same model or very similar hard to find in other outlets and generally more expensive than Screwfix."
"Having had a steel one some years ago, and now wanting to help my wife when she handles bags of peat etc, it is difficult to use as you cannot place a foot at the bottom to use as leverage in order to place the truck into a "going" mode."