Pure Freedom 50Ltr Trolley

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  1. Honestcleaning

    Honestcleaning Well-Known Member
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    Anyone got a 50ltr version. We need a trolley for one of our jobs.... I know making one would be cheaper, but don't think that will happenn.

    Wondering about reviews of 50ltr trolley????
     
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  2. mr shine

    mr shine Guru
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    im using the 25l pf trolley with no complaints with it , i wouldnt like to be pulling a 50l trolley around it would be very heavy
     
  3. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    50ltr trolley is a completely mad idea if you ask me. That's like dragging a dead body about when full. [font="Arial""] :D [/font]

    I've got the 25ltr version and was heavy enough for me to stop using it within a week of buying it new. Lugging all those bloody containers about also got on my wick aswell :rolleyes:[font="Arial""]
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  4. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Some jobs are not worth the hassle if you ask me....
     
  5. Masons

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    I have a 50litre Brodex trolley.

    I bought for £350 2 years ago and hardly been used and just had new battery fitted in august.

    Open to offers.

    And depending on where you live I can even deliver.
     
  6. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Another option I guess if you have access to an outside tap instead of lugging water about is a di cart like this. http://www.ebay.co.u...=item3f1c9e3788

    Could make yourself one out of an old pf trolley instead of paying £1600 for a new one. :D
    Resin would not last long tho if work in a hard water area but for the odd job might be OK
     
  7. spruce

    spruce Grand Master
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    Yea Smurf. A new pf base equipment retails at £486.00 including VAT. Then the unit gets 2 prefilters at £20.00ea including filters and a DI Vessel with a fancy pressure gauge and water meter £140.00. (How a water meter will tell the new owner when to change the resin is beyond me.)

    So his cost of components is £700.00. Anyone who pays £1600 for this has a screw lose.
     
  8. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Rather good profit margin methinks :D


    Wonder what their markup is too for the pf trolley being sold for £486.00 including VAT?

     
  9. harunh

    harunh Legend
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    i might do this !

    just think 1 buyer a month = 800 pound profit ? :p lmaooo
     
  10. Smurf

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    Going by pure freedoms success I'm sure they are going to make a killing on that DI cart too. So many new starters and all that…. :D
     
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