Webb launches new wheelbarrow with puncture-proof wheel

by | Jun 29, 2023 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

British garden manufacturer Webb has introduced a 90 litre wheelbarrow to its range to make moving garden material around that much easier.

The new Webb wheelbarrow comes with a puncture proof wheel for all terrain use and longevity.

The Webb Wheelbarrow, with its spacious 90 litre tub capacity and 150kg load capacity, allow for substantial amounts of material – garden waste, soil, mulch, rocks, or construction materials – to be moved in a single trip, saving time and effort. It’s incredibly easy to handle and manoeuvre thanks to the ergonomic grip handles and that puncture proof wheel.

Made with a sturdy steel frame and polycarbonate tub, the Webb Wheelbarrow is very durable, as you would expect from a Webb garden product. It has been designed to withstand the rigours of heavy-duty use.

The Webb Wheelbarrow measures 153cm x 60cm x 69cm and has a recommended retail price of £89.99.The Webb Wheelbarrow is the latest addition to the Webb range of quality gardening tools and products which offer exceptional performance at an excellent price point.


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