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  1. #1
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    Default TFGear Banshee Barrow

    TFG Banshee Barrow as any got one of these it looks a good buy at under £70.
    Only want a barrow for odd trip out so don’t want to spend too much money.
    I don’t need big carp size barrow just need one to save my back now I am back lugging all my pike gear and day shelter.

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    Default Re: TFGear Banshee Barrow

    I can only recommend the Prestige Porterlite 2 at around £85. Light (11kg) comes with the under bag, I've had mine for about 8 years and have found it to be excellent with no problems. Prestige Porterlite 2 Carp Porter

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    Default Re: TFGear Banshee Barrow

    I have one, don’t use it anymore, found it to be unstable damn thing fell over if the ground wasn’t level.
    I have the Korum deluxe chair, with the handle and wheel which turns it into a barrow, far and away better, easy to push and very stable.
    Not cheap at around £200 but it carries plenty of gear, and it’s very comfortable when set up and the wheel and handle removed, and it’s cheaper than a chair and separate barrow.

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    Default Re: TFGear Banshee Barrow

    Thanks for the replies. Most barrows are just too big for my needs and aimed at long stay anglers.

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    Default Re: TFGear Banshee Barrow

    That's the point of the Porterlite, it is small and minimal in it's design.

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