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Customer Review

VINE VOICE
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 February 2020
I recently decided to take up things artistic again, after several years of being too disabled to do anything creative. And, as usual, I managed to accumulate a lot of new "stuff" - books, paper pads, brushes, pencils, you get the idea - which needed somewhere safe to store it. There was also some of the old "stuff" which was rescued from the old trolley previously used for storage. It gave up under the weight and has suffered from a buckled wheel for several years, but I digress ......

This trolley arrived in perfect condition and fully assembled. It merely required the wheels to be fitted to the base and that was something even my arthritic hands found easy enough to do. The three drawers are surprisingly capacious. I'm using the bottom one to store books and various pads of paper, including A3 watercolour, while the other two drawers will be used for the more fragile and more frequently used items like pens, brushes and pencils. I've got a lot of pencils in a lot of cases and tins ........

So far, I really can't fault this trolley. It's easy to move, even on carpet, and certainly appears sturdy enough to cope with the promised 100kg of weight. That said, I'm not about to sit on it to test it, and I doubt that even my "stuff" will ever get close to the claimed weight limit. For my purposes it's perfect and thus comes highly recommended.
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