Wheel de­light

Must-have for gar­den­ers and horse own­ers

Real Estate Outlook - - Sections & Showhomes -

When it comes to gar­den­ing, en­ergy and labour sav­ing de­vices are wel­comed with open and of­ten dirty hands. Any­thing that can save your back, arms and legs from be­ing sore at the end of the day is worth­while. The new Easy Bar­row is an im­prove­ment on the tried and true wheel­bar­row. “Af­ter five min­utes of us­ing my new bar­row I was hooked,” says Kent Ol­liver. “It is a musthave for all gar­den­ers and horse-own­ers. From a gar­dener’s point of view I can get loads more into it as the tray is so big, 100 litres to be pre­cise. It’s easy to push and move around the gar­den and over stoney un­even ground. I can lock the wheels so it won’t move any­where, and in­stead of hav­ing to lift the bar­row up to empty it I can just flick the lever and it does that for me. The brakes are a real bonus when you have a bale of hay in it, the horses can’t knock it over! On the horse side of things I can put all my gear in it and know that it’s not go­ing to blow over, get knocked over and it will stay in one place.” The Easy Bar­row has four wheels in­stead of two. Two of the wheels are filled with air and the other two swivel and make the bar­row easy to ma­noeu­vre, and there are brakes on the two swivel wheels. At the mo­ment the only place you can pur­chase the bar­row is at www.easy­bar­row.co.nz or by phone 0508 22 77 69.

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