Draper Tools Garden Kneeler and Seat

Stock Number: ES1500723

Manufactured by Draper Tools

Only 5 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 3.9 out of 5 (8 customer reviews)

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This product is compatible with:

  • Chainsaws
  • Lawnmowers
  • Pressure Washers
  • Trimmers

Description

Home and gardening work doesn't have to be as hard with the help of this kneeler and seat! This genuine Draper Tools spare is a kneeler and seat to help you with many household tasks including planting and painting. It has a heavy duty impact-resistant plastic frame, with a rubber inset seat and foam kneeler.

  • Compartment under seat to store hand tools (300 x 140 x 45mm deep)
  • Maximum carrying weight 90kg (14 stone)

This is Draper Tools spares reference: 76763

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 (8 customer reviews)
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  • excellent purchase

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    By - peterborough

    i am now able to do some weeding, great product ***
  • Looks and feels good

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    By - Solihull

    Unfortunatley; since I have had this; I have not been in a position to use it yet. But; as my heading shows it looks and feels good. Already assembled which was a bonus.
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    By - Hexham

    Well up to normal Draper Standard. Nice and light. Pareticularly like the "tool Box" in the top and soft kneeing pad. Excellent

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  • Q Does it really weigh 14 stone? That seems very heavy - in fact 5 stone more than I weigh!! 2 Answers

    By Shirley - London - 27 April 2011

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      Hi Shirley, the seat itself doesn't weight 14 stone - it can support 14 stone in weight. So you'll be fine! You could even bring a small child on to the seat with you.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 16 May 2011

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      Don't be daft.

      By Baldy - 14 May 2011