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Anybody know where i can pick up a nice trolley or bag on wheels for my shopping, I dont always have the car and carrying heavy bags of dog food and washing powder is a pain, id like something fashionable and colourful, cant seem to find anything thats not ' grannyish '
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Anybody know where i can pick up a nice trolley or bag on wheels for my shopping, I dont always have the car and carrying heavy bags of dog food and washing powder is a pain, id like something fashionable and colourful, cant seem to find anything thats not ' grannyish '
A bag on wheels is grannyish whatever colour you choose.
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Old 03.10.2016, 17:03
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Anybody know where i can pick up a nice trolley
Plenty around in Zurich.

They are known as 'Trams'!

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Re: Trolleys

here you go
http://www.spottedfashion.com/2014/0...e/#prettyPhoto
scroll down a bit to see the Louis Vuitton shopping trolley

edit: alternatively, buy a Range Rover
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here you go
http://www.spottedfashion.com/2014/0...e/#prettyPhoto
scroll down a bit to see the Louis Vuitton shopping trolley

edit: alternatively, buy a Range Rover
A bargain at only $23.300!

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Re: Trolleys

For a trolley/Hackenporsche??
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For a trolley/Hackenporsche??
Yes, but it's LV!

But it's only $5.500 without the wheels.

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Re: Trolleys

I dont like using the car for short journeys and im not on a tram route, enjoy walking to the shops, make it easier with a nice trolley, ive seen nice ones in the UK but not seen anything here thats passable and not old fashioned looking
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They sell these at Aldi for a franc. Would this be the kind of thing you're after?

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I dont like using the car for short journeys
You're in Switzerland now - you absolutely must by a V8 Range Rover - especially if the majority of your driving is short distances.

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Re: Trolleys

Kess Design does some fun shopping trolleys:
https://www.google.ch/search?q=swiss...O55JTDkayfM%3A
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Re: Trolleys

http://www.caddy-n-style.ch/index.php/Online-Shop.html

Here's another.
I found by googling with the Swiss-German word "Poschtiwäggeli" and then images.
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Here's another.
I found by googling with the Swiss-German word "Poschtiwäggeli" and then images.
Theres some great ones on that Caddy site not too expensive either thanks 😀
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This thing shits, she'd never stop complaining !
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Re: Trolleys

Here's a friendly-looking one, second-hand, not too far from Wetzikon, for only Fr. 10
http://www.tutti.ch/thurgau/haushalt...li_9293940.htm

and here's one further away, but solid quality from Loeb (a shop in Bern), including thermoinsulation and with the advantage of large wheels:
http://www.tutti.ch/bern/haushalt/ge...h_10691711.htm

and here's a Swiss Mountain version
http://www.swissmountain-handbags.ch...geli-standard/
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Anybody know where i can pick up a nice trolley or bag on wheels for my shopping, I dont always have the car and carrying heavy bags of dog food and washing powder is a pain, id like something fashionable and colourful, cant seem to find anything thats not ' grannyish '
Top floor of Globus has some souped-up versions that are about as non-grannyish as they probably come
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Re: Trolleys

Just be careful of overloading it. My sister did her back in a couple of weeks ago.

In my local Migros, they sell them. A couple of months ago they were at half price. But they were boring coloured ones.
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Check this place:
http://www.shopping-trolley.ch/

Enjoy shopping.
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I have one from Andersen that is really practical as there is an insulated section for frozen food.

I'll post a pic later.
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