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Hi there Just to say that my eco sledge arrived amazingly quickly and it is
absolutely lovely. It is so much nicer than it looks on the web and I am
sure we shall have great fun decorating it and can't wait for more snow now.
"Just the type of sledge I wanted, delivered on time Thanks."
"Great item. Fast delivery. Thank you."
"Strong, sturdy sledge. Fast delivery, despite snow. Many thanks."
"Fab strong sledge, flies down slopes, can fit adult+child on, HIGHLY recommended"
From: E S
Subject: RE: order
Sledge arrived today - they left it with my neighbour - thank you.
Fantastic quick service - can you now arrange prompt appearance of snow in Kent so my grandson can enjoy his present!!
Yours appreciatively E S
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Plasticity Ltd T/A Eco Sledge make top quality sledges using up to 100% recycled plastic. They are all made in England in the United Kingdom and each sledge is also 100% recyclable. We pride ourselves on providing the best sledges, at a good price, backed up by an excellent service.
Eco Sledge are proud to be able to re-use plastics in order to help preserve our planet.
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Our Contact details:
Station Lane Industrial Estate
Phone: 01246 456296
Plasticity Ltd - Company Number: 2840066
Registered in the UK and T/A EcoSledge.
You can contact us: by using the online "Contact Us" form.
by telephone on: 01246 456296
or by writing to the above address.
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Sledges are also known as:
Sleds, Toboggans and Sleighs.
Luges and skeletons are small sledges used normally for competitions.
Bobsleighs and Bobsleds are aerodynamic composite bodied vehicles on lightweight runners.
The people of Ancient Egypt are thought to have used sledges extensively in the construction of their public works, in particular for the transportation of heavy obelisks.
Sleds and sledges were found in the Oseberg "Viking" ship excavation. Sledges were useful not only in winter but can be drawn over wet fields, muddy roads, and even hard ground, if one helps them along by greasing the blades with oil or alternatively wetting them with water; in cold weather the water will freeze to ice and they glide along more smoothly with less effort to pull them. The sledge was also highly prized, because - unlike wheeled vehicles - it was exempt from tolls.
Man-hauled sledges were the traditional means of transport on British exploring expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic regions in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Dog sleds were used by most others, such as Roald Amundsen. Today some people use kites to tow exploration sleds in such climes.
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