The original Bonfit Corner Castor Block and Wheel adds strength, saves time and money and is built to last.
- The original Corner Castor Block and Wheel
- Saves time, effort and money
- Superb durable quality
- 35kg load bearing capacity
- Protects floors
- Saves on damage claims
- Easy to fit
- Save £££s by buying direct
The original and still the best
Bonfit were the originators of this neat furniture accessory. We’ve been making it since 1978 – but one thing remains the same – we still insist on great quality. So our Corner Castor Block is built to last – it’s made from tough, durable plastic – and the wheel/castor is cast in 2mm zinc-plated steel.
Each assembled Corner Castor Block and Wheel can easily cope with a load-bearing capacity of 35kg. Even better, it becomes part of the construction of your cabinet – adding to the strength of the corner.
Easy to move
Our corner castors stay discreetly hidden, but make moving furniture a breeze for your delivery team and for your customers – and for your delivery and installer teams.
We cut corners so you don’t have to
Before our Corner Castor Block and Wheel, you had a huge hassle to create castors on a cabinet ..
You’d have to cut up four 50cm cube wood corner blocks.
Then glue and screw them carefully to you cabinet on the inside.
Then you’d very carefully drill a central hole to the exact depth.
You’d have to knock in the socket before tapping in the castor.
That’s a lot of effort – and you still had to buy a metal socket and a castor.
Save time, save effort, save money
The Bonfit Corner Castor Block and Wheel means you can maximise your production time with minimum effort – and coming from us, it’s exceptionally good value…
Cut out the middlemen, count up the savings
We manufacture these Corner Castor Block and Wheels ourselves. So you’re buying straight from the manufacturer without paying a premium to any middlemen – and we can pass on the savings we make to you as lower prices.
Easy to fit
You just screw or staple the purpose-designed castor block into the corner of your cabinet carcass, then tap in the castor. That’s it.