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Diall Wooden Pot mover (Max. weight)150kg
- Safely transporting loads up to 150 kg
Features and benefits
- Multi roller just for small size object, please don't overload the max loading. Easy moving and space saving. Use the item anywhere and anytime you want
- Pine wood platform with oil treated thickness of Minimum 16 mm. Diameter of castor: 50 mm, no brake with black colour and PP material
Castors are great - wood structure weak and flimsy
carotid - 2 months ago
These definitely did not support anywhere near 150kg for us. However our planter is wood and we removed the castors and rescrewed them directly onto the planter. Ideal solution but somewhat time consuming. I am going to buy some more for our new planters but it is a pain that we have to break these items apart for the castors which you do not sell separately.
Very good with a bit of improvement
Skybluebob - 8 months ago
Although it is true that as supplied this product is poorly constructed but because they offer great value for money I have bought these knowingly and improved them by using self tapping screws to fix the timbers together and then one longer screw into each wheel base to give more strength - sorted!
Doddsycd - 1 year ago
Put plant onto pot mover , moved it 1 m and it broke into pieces . No I wouldn’t recommend
Held together by pins
Shed Mouse - 1 year ago
This looked like a bargain, appeared solid, good heavy weight castors. The same price as a cheap and nasty one on the same rack. Price error I thought.
150 Kg is some weight, that’s 6 bags of cement. I can lift one of them, but not 2, let alone 6.
First plant pot on, a small one, less than 10 Kg and the thing collapsed, exposing the pins holding it together. Pins ? Not screws, not nails but stupid thin pins. No wonder it collapsed.
What on earth is the point of fitting 150 Kg castors to something held together by pins ?
Worth buying if you are happy adding screws to reinforce to woodwork before use, but don’t bother if you lack DIY skills.
Keen Gardener Rick - 2 years ago
Bought one last week. Stood large filled pot (less than 150kg) on it and it collapsed when gently moving it into position. Screws (4) holding 2 of the wheels had come out. Very small screws and holes in the wood probably drilled too large - a disaster waiting to happen. As wood is hard and wheels seems sound enough for the job, I have repaired using larger screws and replaced the remaining screws still in place as I didn't want to risk repeating the collapse. OK so far. At £5.98, I guess you can't expect too much. I would advise buyers to replace all the screws with more meaty ones.