The Handy THS125 56kg Push Broadcast Spreader
RRP: £159.99
OUR PRICE: £149.99 (inc VAT)
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The Handy 125lb push garden spreader is designed for the quick dispersal of free flowing, dry material such as fertiliser, weed killer and sand over the ground. It incorporates a rate setting feed control on the handle to enable you to determine the precise amount of spread.

The spreader has a large 56kg capacity robust plastic hopper with strong yet comfortable metal handles and pneumatic tyres, which allow for manoeuvering over the trickiest of terrain. The 10 - 12 foot spread width will make short work of any spreading task around the garden.

Designed with a metal gear drive, the Handy THS125 lawn spreader comes complete with screen and rain cover.

Product specification

Brand: Handy
Type: Broadcast Spreader
Hopper: Poly, corrosion resistant
Hopper Capacity: 56kg / 125lb
Spread Width: 3.05 - 3.66m / 10' - 12'
Material Flow Control: On handle
Gears: Metal gear drive
Frame: Stainless steel
Axle: Stainless steel
Tyres: 14" pneumatic
Hopper Cover: Included
Warranty: 1 year manufacturer's
  • Rate setting control on handle for precise adjustment
  • Heavy duty stainless steel gear
  • Pneumatic wheels for easy transportation
  • Stainless steel frame, axle and hardware
  • Poly hopper
  • Complete with screen and rain cover

ABOUT HANDY.....

The Handy range of garden machinery has been developed through many years of experience to create an affordable solution to those demanding gardening tasks around the home. Handy was founded in 1938 by Geoffrey Handy in Old Town Swindon as a specialist Garden Machinery Dealer.  Since then, Handys has grown significantly and now supplies a full range of affordable garden machinery solutions to many retail partners across the UK and Norther Ireland. The Handy brand today resides as one of the key brands in Handy Distributions portfolio and has been growing in strength through 79 years of industry experience thus ensuring they only bring to market well-engineered, robust products that can really do the job in hand……at affordable prices of course! 

The Handy believes that everyone should be able to have access to the right equipment to keep a well-maintained garden and this is what the Handy brand strives to deliver.  The company believes that gardening should be a pleasurable and relaxing pastime, not a chore, and the right machines are essential for making light work of your gardening tasks. To help achieve this, “The Handy” brand offers a range of products from petrol powered to electric power or simply manual operation and we have a solution for almost everything whether it be for tilling, moving, clearing, logging, cutting, shredding, cleaning, sawing, spraying, spreading, rolling or even snow clearance.  Our Construction range provides an affordable yet powerful solution to those customers who require heavy duty equipment for onsite application such as mixers, compactors and transporters. Handy machines are built to the highest standards with robust materials and ergonomic design. Where petrol engines are included, we offer a range of powerful, modern engines as well as engines from industry leader Briggs & Stratton

Today The Handy remains a family owned business with family values to match and employs over 80 staff operating out of two warehouse locations in Swindon.  

Now that’s Handy.

 

Handy - making gardening easier and more affordable since 1938

       

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4 Star Rating
Apr 02 2016
Bill Carey
Our greenkeeper tells me it's an improvement on the machine it replaced. It required more assembly than I anticipated, but once I a built it I passed it to our green staff for eval., & after receiving their feedback it took around 10mins to rectify. On the matter of assembly, I found the instruction booklet was quite confusing in parts, & I'm sure at least one step was missed from the list of steps. As it was cheaper than other spreaders of that capacity, & some much smaller, I find the VFM is really good. There is one aspect of it that I find unsatisfacory & that is the closing mechanism for the drop-through aperture. The connecting-rod between the operating handle tends to contort during closing, leaving a gap of about 6-10mm & this has to be closed manually, which is not ideal when turning at the end of the green, or taking the machine off the green, when there is still material in the hopper. I feel a more substantial closing mechanism is required.