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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
Very good with a bit of improvement
Skybluebob - 5 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.