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Re: Bionic Wrench and other useful things

Postby treefrog » Thu Jul 13, 2017 7:29 pm

Now I know the answer to the other thread, a Kingsway hopper based machine..... Does it work?

I inherited a similar type trolley from my father on his passing, but had three sets of wheels to climb stairs, but was a barrow as well as converting to a trolley. Worked well except when turning as multiple wheels make this more difficult.

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Re: Bionic Wrench and other useful things

Postby coppinpr » Thu Jul 13, 2017 9:12 pm

Now I know the answer to the other thread, a Kingsway hopper based machine.....does it work
Don't know yet, I think it might, very clean inside, (poor case). I bought it so I could see what makes it tick... it doesn't at the moment, it's missing the clock but I have one of those, then we shall see!

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Re: Bionic Wrench and other useful things

Postby treefrog » Thu Jul 13, 2017 9:14 pm

There are differences in the earlier and later hopper machines as I have discovered and have both varieties. More of a pain as lots of electrics of course, with big relays as seen on other threads that can go wrong...

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Re: Bionic Wrench and other useful things

Postby coppinpr » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:27 am

Checked my local Lidl today and they were all sold out the same day they came in (Thursday) - maybe snapped up by other shops to sell at twice the price?
new stock in my local lidl today (£24.99) !!THUMBSX2!!


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