Earmarked for small-to medium-sized sales areas, given its accurate design and technical planning ability
PLEASY fully represents the innovative turning point for the shopping trolley.
Conceived as an ultra-light product, it is shaped as a single screw-less block, made entirely in plastic material.
Its accurate ergonomics proves to be especially comfortable for users. Pleasy is noiseless and easy to
maneuver from all sides. It combines moderate size and a loading capacity of as much as 100 litres.


Capacity: 100 lt
Width: 580 mm
Height: 1.050 mm
Depth: 750 mm
Nesting capacity: 130 mm
Nesting capacity of travelator 180 mm
Weight: 11 kg



RAL 8019
RAL 7043

Back wall

RAL 1019
RAL 5002
RAL 1023
P 375C
RAL 3020
RAL 2008

Customisable in any colour on customer request


€/non € multi-coin lock
Customisation with sticker
Smartphone carrier
Scanner holder


1. LC Ø 100
2. LC Ø 125
3. LC travelator Ø 125
4. Premium Ø 100
5. Premium LC Ø 125
6. Premium travelator LC Ø 125 T.M.
7. LC with brake Ø 100
8. LC with brake Ø 125


1 truck
no. 792 items (standard wheels)
no. 568 items (travelator wheels)
1 x 20’ containers
no. 328 items (standard wheels)
no. 232 items (travelator wheels)
1 x 40’ containers
no. 696 items (standard wheels)
no. 496 items (travelator wheels)

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