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Wastemaster 38 litre capacity

£48.95 (inc VAT) £59.99NewCondition
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The 38 litre Wastemaster waste water carrier is a very durable product. Suitable for camping and the caravan, the Wastemaster is cleverly designed with large removable wheels for easy transportation. It has a slim body so that it fits under most caravans. Supplied with two elastic grip holders (luggage elastics).

The rigged high-density Polyethylenc container has a unique shape that gives good balance whilst transporting.

Once full and with your toilet cassette placed on the purpose built carrying platform, the Wastemaster is ready for the easy task of transporting all your waste water to the disposal point in one single trip. For storage, the wheels & axle can be removed from the carrier for cleaning & storage.

Wastemaster 38 litre capacity Features
  • Now comes with a 10 year manufacturers guarantee!
  • Dimensions: 355mm x 1000mm x 160mm

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2 Customer Reviews on Wastemaster 38 litre capacity

Wastemaster Review

by (02 Jul 2019)
4 star review(4/5)
Not used as yet but love the easy way it wheels away for emptying. Not sure why it isn’t slightly bigger to allow a larger capacity but sturdy product.

Wastemaster

by (25 Apr 2018)
5 star review(5/5)
Wastemaster 38 good product.
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