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Planit Products H2GO Bag - 80L Water Carrier Container Storage For Construction Gardening Equestrian Feeding Livestock
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- Simple solution to transporting water
- Fitted with a spout and cap making it easy to pour
- Non slip mat provided to prevent slipping
- Capacity: 80 litres
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This innovative new design is a simple solution to transporting water where there is no hosepipe available.The bag can hold up to 80 litres of water and it comes fitted with a spout and cap making it easy to pour. Simply place the bag into your wheelbarrow, using the non slip mat provided to prevent slipping, fill with water and transport. Its that easy.
1 x Planit Products 80 Litre H2go Water Carrier Bag H2CDU12
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you can fill it and then you can't lift it as its so heavy... not an issue if it was easy to fill when in the wheel barrow or had handles. but you need a high tap or hose pipe to fill it. you cannot man handle it easily into a barrow once full.
Pouring is in the lap of the gods as the full package moves as it empties its difficult to see where the water is going.
I spent 5 mins unscrewing the bung and then resulted to a screwdriver to prize it off. Only to discover the bung is a bung even if it is threaded. why not make it threaded in the bag head side to? (the instructions don't tell you it needs brute force)
However it is a good idea and i love the concept but it does need a bit more design. hence why I gave it 2 stars and not 4 .
a) handles on the bag
b) a screw in bung with a hozelock type emptying option...so you can attach a hose to it and fill a water can or hose directly..
c) an option to buy a quick " tap to h2go connection" would be useful
Do this and i would pay more for it.
d) attach the anti slip mat to the bag?
It comes with an anti slip mat that you place in the wheelbarrow. This stops the bag slipping forward when you tip it forward to pour the water.The plastic its made off is of a good quality plastic and if looked after,and not tossed around the back of your tack room, should last well.It would be easily be repaired with various products on the market including duct tape should you puncture it.
As with most plastic products,if this is left out in the sun day after day after day, eventually it will degrade so should be stored undercover.
Overall great value,very useful,and indispensable if you are unluckly enough not to have mains water to your paddocks or in
The "non-slip mat" was an absolute joke and didn't do anything at all, the bag still slipped about and, on occasion out of the barrow.
Unfortunately the whole thing only lasted for about six or eight uses as it was supplied tightly folded, rather than rolled. The resultant sharply pressed packing creases quickly failedat their corners.
Leaks like a sieve now
It is so good for carrying water to the animals (ducks / geese / horses).
The anti-slip matt works better in plastic wheel barrow than a metal one.
80 litres of water - thats A LOT!! Saves lots of trips with sloshing buckets of water!
80 litres weight 80kg!! So have a barrow which can support 80kg and make sure you are up to pushing 80kg :)
Obviously a 2 wheeled barrow is more stable than a 1 wheeled barrow - as water will slosh about over uneven ground!
Poor it out into a bucket / tub-tug? As its not that directional. But boy does it save labour!!!!
My review has only lost star as the 1st one we bought broke after 3months. I'm not sure why? I have ordered a second one straight away!!
The bag is made of thick polythene sheet bonded together - similer to the sort of stuff used for damp proof membranes. Should last a year or so provided you don't sit it on anything sharp! The weakest part of the design is the bung. It's a push in type. A screw top would be a bit more secure and easier to use. Even better would be to have a bung with a short hose or hose attachment on it to fill watering cans. As it is, there is no prospect of filling a watering can without putting most of the water on the ground. Bucket works fine however.
So overall a good product for the price but could do with a few minor improvements.