100 Litre Slim Water Butt Kit £15.99 @ Homebase with 20% off voucher INSTORE - HotUKDeals
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Currently £19.99 but use the printable 20% off voucher to get it for £15.99 INSTORE ONLY

Polypropylene.
Ideal for small gardens where space is limited.
Kit includes butt, stand and diverter kit.
Green and black.
Made from 100% recycled plastic.
Size (H)92, (W)38, (D)38cm.
Weight 3kg.
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1 Like #2
I didn't know water butts smoked a pipe :w00t:
#3
Installed one like this (£20 argos one) last week and v easy to fit.
Recommended
#4
Bought one of these for my father and was very compact and easy to install, but be aware that 100 litres sounds like a lot but it is smaller than I expected (eg not oil drum size)
#5
Would be hot if there was stock.
1 Like #6
NOT in stock online or instore BUT you wouldn't purchase it from Homebase.
Take the print out of website plus voucher and go to B&Q for a further 10% re price match.
#7
Got one of these last year - highly recommend if you have a small garden for space saving. Brilliant with a water butt pump too for power washing paths etc. Hot from me for this price. I paid full price and thought that was good, especially as it came with the kit and base stand.
#8
bargainhunter666
NOT in stock online or instore BUT you wouldn't purchase it from Homebase.
Take the print out of website plus voucher and go to B&Q for a further 10% re price match.


Have some repfor that tip. Cheers. Though does it have to be the same make and do you know if it is?
#9
My wattery butt is currently dry!
#10
battelaxe
Have some repfor that tip. Cheers. Though does it have to be the same make and do you know if it is?


I don't know for a fact but the stand looks exactly the same and colour different in picture BUT also available in black. Pretty certain I would get the deal matched.

This (EAN: 5012859010425 ) is the one at B&Q - almost certain it is the same. If you also look at the other one at B&Q you will see the fitting is the same.
"By offering an unrivalled customer service based on continuous innovation and investment; our existing supply network includes the leading DIY multiples such as B&Q, Homebase, Focus and Wickes as well as national and independent garden and hardware centres."
#11
Someone tell me why I would want one of these?
#12
Dagk
Someone tell me why I would want one of these?


when it rains it collects water...that water can then be used around the garden..some people wash cars with it etc...and guess what..the water is free :whistling:
#13
akme
when it rains it collects water...that water can then be used around the garden..some people wash cars with it etc...and guess what..the water is free :whistling:


Ok! I have an outside tap and that water is kinda free too as it is paid for through my council tax in Scotland. I can't opt out of paying for my water. I guess it's the green thing to do though.
banned#14
bbgun24;8815678
Bought one of these for my father and was very compact and easy to install, but be aware that 100 litres sounds like a lot but it is smaller than I expected (eg not oil drum size)

exactly - 100l would probably fill about 10 watering cans so unless you live in Manchester, these are a bit of a false economy
banned#15
Dagk;8819903
Ok! I have an outside tap and that water is kinda free too as it is paid for through my council tax in Scotland. I can't opt out of paying for my water. I guess it's the green thing to do though.

lol - council tax doesnt pay for water :roll:

and water out the tap is crap for veggie growing compared to rainwater
banned#16
bargainhunter666;8816096
NOT in stock online or instore BUT you wouldn't purchase it from Homebase.
Take the print out of website plus voucher and go to B&Q for a further 10% re price match.

would of been a good idea if they sell this product (which they do not).
#18
csiman
would of been a good idea if they sell this product (which they do not).


So what is this? EAN: 5012859010425 which I included in the post OR as you can see the link in the post directly below yours.
banned#19
banned#20
bargainhunter666;8820711
So what is this? EAN: 5012859010425 which I included in the post OR as you can see the link in the post directly below yours.

see above lol
banned#21
and has to be in stock!

OOS in store & online!

EPIC FAIL!


http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/kk173/csiman2/ScreenShot049-1.jpg
#22
Homebase in Huntingdon downsized its floorspace in order too accomodate a new argos store within as they are the same group of companies..
(opened november 2009)
#23
Who has removed my posts? What a joke of a site! Someone posts nonsense and I defend my post and you remove the posts.
#24
csiman
completely different product. the deal is for a waterbutt & kit

B&Q sell a water butt only. Price match wont work.


WRONG!
#25
csiman
exactly - 100l would probably fill about 10 watering cans so unless you live in Manchester, these are a bit of a false economy


Most watering cans hold 4 litres ie around a gallon
#26
csiman
lol - council tax doesnt pay for water :roll:

and water out the tap is crap for veggie growing compared to rainwater


LOL shows what you know doesn't it, in SCOTLAND (as the op said) Council Tax DOES pay for water
#27
I rinse my car with water from water butt sometimes and you dont have to dry it like you do with tap water as you dont get the chemicals as you do in tap water
#28
csiman
lol - council tax doesnt pay for water :roll:


lol - FAIL :roll:
#29
bargainhunter666;8816096
NOT in stock online or instore BUT you wouldn't purchase it from Homebase.
Take the print out of website plus voucher and go to B&Q for a further 10% re price match.



I can't find this butt on the B&Q web site?
#30
people still drink water from there taps?? gross....
#31
csiman
....and water out the tap is crap for veggie growing compared to rainwater


How can it be any worse?
#32
Rich44
LOL shows what you know doesn't it, in SCOTLAND (as the op said) Council Tax DOES pay for water


NOT TRUE---- The domestic water charge and the domestic sewerage charge are collected by local authorities, along with the council tax, BUT they are definitely not part of the Council Tax.
#33
Cant get in store or mail order..why is it on here?
banned#34
mitchwales;8822626
lol - FAIL :roll:

EPIC FAIL! :whistling::roll::roll:

jhw;8823088
NOT TRUE---- The domestic water charge and the domestic sewerage charge are collected by local authorities, along with the council tax, BUT they are definitely not part of the Council Tax.
banned#35
Rich44;8822315
LOL shows what you know doesn't it, in SCOTLAND (as the op said) Council Tax DOES pay for water

MUPPET! LMAO! :whistling::roll::roll:
jhw;8823088
NOT TRUE---- The domestic water charge and the domestic sewerage charge are collected by local authorities, along with the council tax, BUT they are definitely not part of the Council Tax.
banned#36
jhw;8823031
How can it be any worse?

tap water contains fluoride and other chemicals which plants dont like. Rain water is basically pure.
#37
Dagk
Ok! I have an outside tap and that water is kinda free too as it is paid for through my council tax in Scotland. I can't opt out of paying for my water. I guess it's the green thing to do though.


I don't have a tap outside and so this saves numerous trips through the house with kettles full of water when watering the plants
#38
This one is too slim for me, I like big butts & I can not lie!

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