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Walsall Steel Heavy duty Ballbarrow 90L
This Walsall heavy duty ballbarrow easily transports building and garden materials.
- Holds up to 90 L with a maximum weight capacity of 150 kg
- Made from Steel and Puncture-proof ball
- Puncture resistant wheel
Features and benefits
- A unique ball design for easier manoeuvrability
- A galvanised steel heavy duty frame and puncture proof ball makes this perfect for building, construction or gardening work
I Swear by my Ballbarrow
Carol99 - 4 months ago
I’ve had this for 5/6 years and it’s always been reliable and no fear of punctures. It’s stable and carries a heavy weight when needed. Am about to buy another one as you can never have too many wheelbarrows in a big garden.
Very annoyed with what I received.
Ripped off - 5 months ago
I needed a sturdy wheelbarrow for my yard. As a front line worker I felt it was irresponsible to go in store to buy one, so I ordered it to be delivered.
I received an item that was defective and clearly used before me. I paid full price and expected a brand new item.
But no, B&Q dispatched and expected me to be satisfied with this. A used defective wheelbarrow with no refurbishment effort made. All they needed to do was to wash it and find a replacement screw and I probably would not have noticed.
Currently awaiting a response from customer service.
dylanson - 1 year ago
it broke after light use had to fix myself as b&q said just tight the nuts up after that the tyre come away from the wheel in the middle it will drive u mad they dont make stuff l;ike they use to
Good design, but poor-quality finish
Gardenmad4 - 2 years ago
I bought the Walsall ballbarrow nine days ago after examining alternative conventional wheelbarrow products. The design was good, the balance and manoeuverability excellent and the product was easy to use on soft surfaces such as grass as well as hard ground.
However, I returned the ballbarrow to the store today for a refund after only a couple of hours of light use because of a small split in the ball which showed signs of worsening and dissatisfaction with the quality of the paint finish, which was very thin and the galvanised finish, which was already starting to abrade, exposing the bare metal. The metal of the frame was also starting to rust. I checked other barrows (both wheelbarrows and ballbarrows) at the Scotswood, Newcastle upon Tyne, B&Q and most of them were also showing signs of rust, so an inadequate paint finish seems to be a general weakness of the product.
In conclusion, I left the store very disappointed, because I would have liked to keep this well-designed product, but tolerate the above flaws.
Easy to steer
Karen M - 3 years ago
I bought a steel one as I want to minimise my plastic use, so this one will not be such a problem when it finally dies ( hopefully not n my lifetime)
Its easy to steer, and a good size.