Bristol Mucker Garden Wheelbarrow Colour: Pink
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- Pink Plastic Wheelbarrow with painted Black frame
- 90 litre, 120 Kg capacity
- 4.80/4.00-8 pneumatic wheel
- Delivered in kit form with assembly instructions
- Can be stored outside
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The Bristol Tool Company Shire Pink Mucker wheelbarrow is perfect for the fashionable gardener / horse owner who seeks to bring a touch of style to the garden / stable . The wheelbarrow has a loading capacity of 120Kgs and liquid capacity of 90 litres and is more than capable of all your gardening / stable chores. The large pneumatic wheel also means it can be used on the roughest of terrain. The British made Bristol Shire Pink Mucker is part of our Mucker range of plastic wheelbarrows and its plastic tub makes it popular for equestrian use or use for other animal waste or bedding as the plastic tub on this wheelbarrow won't react to the toxins in the animal waste. The heavy duty pan makes this wheelbarrow useful as a Garden Wheelbarrow or a general purpose wheelbarrow or DIY Wheelbarrow for all heavy jobs around the home. Can be stored outdoors Delivered boxed in kit form for home assembly, complete with assembly instructions.
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It took a while to locate this product using a search engine and, in my view, it offers very good value and is a significantly better product than equivalently priced wheelbarrows from more famous names. If I were buying this from one of them, I would be expecting to pay at least £20 more for this quality and even then the famous names would have to be discounting quite heavily from their recommended prices.
It wasn't wrapped when it arrived but it's a wheelbarrow; what kind of packaging would it require and it says a lot for its toughness that there was no problem.
Update September 2013. The wheelbarrow is still going strong after more than a year of use but the tyre, recently reinflated to below the pressure rating on its sidewall, exploded three weeks ago. On checking the tyre, it was of cheap construction (I used to be in the tyre trade). I have since seen a similar wheelbarrow on the livery yard where the tyre had effectively disintegrated around its sidewalls within six months of purchase. Replacement tyres and indeed complete wheels are readily available but for such a low tech application, I would suggest the wheelbarrow manufacturer should use a good quality tyre to avoid similar occurrences. "Spoiling a good ship for a halfpenny-worth of tar" comes to mind.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product for the money, fast delivery but I didn't receive all the nuts and boltsPublished 24 months ago by Angel
Love it, fab colour used everyday and left outside for the last 3/4 years and still in perfect conditionPublished on 24 Nov. 2014 by lauren
THIS ITEM IS MADE IN CHINA, AND FITTING IT TOGETHER IS NOT STRAIGHTFORWARD AS THE HOLES DO NOT LINE UP.Published on 26 Mar. 2014 by Gini Pocock