Congratulations to the three lucky people who have won an all terrain HandiMoova garden trolley through our competition with BBC Gardeners' World. Our three winners are Keith Allan from Birmingham, Suzanne Griffiths from Knutsford and Mary Kimber from Glossop.
Once again festival goers are preparing for the inevitable downpours as Glastonbury festival looms. However if you've got both waterproofs and wellies at the ready, then a spot of rain is hardly going to spoil the fun is it? Less fun is the arduous task of dragging your gear across the mud baths on a cheap trolley with wonky wheels! So with the above it mind we set out to design the perfect festival trolley that we are sure you will use time and time again - not just for festivals but for gardening, fishing, camping and the rest.
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Our innovative HandiMoova has excited a huge audience of people watching QVC this week. Our innovation all terrain trolley was given a comprehensive demonstration by the QVC team on Richard Jackson's garden slot. The 'Moova' responded perfectly to the different test terrains - sand, gravel, grass, stones and steps - set up by the presenters.
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Are you planning a bank holiday road trip? If so you may be dubious about how you are going to fit all your luggage as well as you passengers into the car. You may even have a small boat or a surf board to carry as well... Easy to use and robust enough to carry up to 80kg our HandiRack roof bars will get you out of this predicament. What's more they pack away nicely once you get to your destination so you're not left lugging around a heavy roof rack all holiday.
Festival season is upon us so here's a handy checklist to ensure you pack your essentials! Even if you have managed to keep to the bare minimum somehow you are going to have to carry your clobber across uneven terrain and the inevitable mud. With its clever Camba wheel technology the HandiMoova is perfect for the job. Hemispherical wheels an floating axles mean that the trolley will adapt its footprint to different terrains, ensuring that your worldy goods stay secure and aren't strewn behind you as you make your way to your camping spot! Team the Moova with a HandiDuffel bag to keep your gear watertight.
We are delighted to get the following feedback from Neil: "Just loving the walking wheel: if only I had been at the design meeting where this amazing invention was first dreamt up! Sometimes the best inventions are the ones where you say, "How simple: why did I not think of that?" and then you go and show all your friends and just revel in the excitement of showing off your new toy! It walks up steps!!!! Brilliant. For me: hours of amusement. For my elderly Mum: easy transport around the garden and for taking the washing to the line (up steps!). Just buy this fantastic product."
Assistant ranger Stu Fellows from the National Trust has discovered the magic of the HandiMoova... "I was looking for an off-road kart to transport our survey equipment and guides," he says. "The HandiMoova was the only thing with specifications to meet my requirement." With over 4.5 million members and 62,000 volunteers the remit of the National Trust is to protect and open to the public over 350 historic houses, gardens and ancient monuments.
We all love the summer holidays however when it comes to a family of 5 or more it's not just a question of picking the right place, it's about ensuring that you can get all your luggage to your destination. So begins the car rental dilemma. In my case we are 5 people so typically a minimum of 5 bags! That means the cheap little run-around small car option is out of the question yet we really don't need that 5 door estate for the week. And apart from the trip from the airport to the hotel we don’t actually need a large car at all! Herald the arrival of the inflatable roof rack!
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Photographer David Woodhead tells us how the HandiMoova has made light of his outdoor projects.
I’m using a HandiMoova to transport large format photography equipment during location shoots. My combined payload is 21kg, for one flightcase (49cm wide x 27cm deep x 41cm high) and a tripod that is 93cm long when collapsed. I attach these using four bungee cords with hooked ends which can grab the tubing pretty much everywhere. For my test run I tried it over varying terrain to judge how well it can cope and what are the limitations. Hard surfaces are obviously dead easy and I found it stable when dragged, following a straight line without wobbling.
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Looking for a more compact roof bag - our new 95 litre is now here! Following the success of our 135 litre HandiDuffel roof bag we are excited to introduce our sister product for those looking for a more compact solution.Our new 95 litre HandiDuffel sports all the same features and technology of its sister product as well as a not-to-miss price of only £45.00! So whether you are looking to accommodate luggage for a camping trip, days at the beach or are lugging kids' kit backwards and forwards to college or uni, we are sure the HandiDuffel will come into its own! For the perfect portable luggage solution combine the 95 litre HandiDuffel with our HandiRack inflatable roof bars.
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