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Rotating handles reduce the chance of strain and injury

Published: 11 October 2019 - Neil Mead
 

iTip rotating handles reduce the chance of strain and injury by keeping your back and wrists straight, acting as suspension for your wheelbarrow.

If you need to move rubble and aggregates around your project site, these are a must have item. It is far too easy to put your back out or have an injury, when manoeuvring around uneven ground. This inevitably slows down the project. Why risk it?

iTip rotating handles is a direct response to this issue and is only £25 including delivery, is a new British invention, manufactured in the UK. Available in several colours it can be fitted on to your existing barrow then moved to your future wheelbarrows.

For more information, visit www.iTiphandles.com

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