100 Litre Slim Water Butt Kit - Only £19.49 Instore @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Fantastic price for a full kit.

Polypropylene.

Ideal for small gardens where space is limited.

Kit includes butt, stand and diverter kit.

Green and black.

Size (H)93.4, (W)44, (D)44cm.

Weight 3.98kg.
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#1
wow thats was even a very good price before it was reduced!! Heat added
#2
:thumbsup:

Only1 left at local store, now it's waiting for me to pick it up.

:-D
#3
Don't forget quidco......
#4
why would any one need one of these we live in the wettest country in the world!:)
#5
Just picked mine up, and it's a Sankey :thumbsup:
#6
Butt kit?? I for one don't neeed one
#7
k9plus1
Butt kit?? I for one don't neeed one


I like big butts and i cannot lie..... lol
#8
This is the one that leaks i think. Read the reviews ;-)

They should give these out for free, almong with compost bins then the council wouldnt have to come around in a big lorry collecting all our crappy garden waste.

Rant over with :p
#9
I had one of these once - never again. Soaked my balls!
#10
Reserved one, seems like the taps can be a bit leaky - apparently putting sealant on before getting wet will resolve this if you're worried.

Also, fitting the attachment to the down pipe AT SAME LEVEL AS WATER BUTT - NOT ABOVE, stops the overflowing!
#11
You can't beat a slim butt !!!!!!

H&R added ;)
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rickj
why would any one need one of these we live in the wettest country in the world!:)


We don't live in the wettest country in the world by a long shot. Anyway even here we have hot periods where plants need to be watered.
#13
Just fitted mine, instructions are pretty clear with the tap being a tight fit.
Filled it a quarter full and no leaks.
Instructions are clear in stating that the diverter is to be same height as water butt to stop overflowing, guess some people just haven't read the instructions properly :thinking:
#14
Was previously on sale for 10p more! so this deal is nothing new.
#15
would be an excellent price but it is out of stock...
#16
balls to saving water, buy a hosepipe instead!
#17
They have some water butts on wilkinson plus
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You get a 210 litre for £9.99 but no stand, thats £9.99 on its own.

I dont think this is a good deal actually , they should be even cheaper, say £4.95 then i'd buy one :-D it is just our recycled plastic sold back to us :?
#18
Link to Wilkinsons 210L Butt not working for me and the cheapest I can find on the site is £19.99, can you post the link again Polly_P ?
#19
Collected mine today,easy to fit apart from the tap be careful not to get it cross threaded.
I put some washing up liquid on the thread to assist.
#20
Don't buy this. I bought it and I regret it. It leaks from the top and from every pipe. I had to use so much sealant and glue to correct the design flaws. I wouldn't have bought this but made the mistake of doing so. Look elsewhere.
#21
ive converted one with a filter to my tank so i get fresh water none of that fluroide stuff from the water board...lol
#22
I've put five of these connected in series at the back of my double garage - it's an easy way to store a reasonable supply of petrol and hedge against price rises.

It's also convenient, and just like having your own petrol station open 24/7 on your doorstep!

It's the ultimate moneysaver - 500 litres of fuel stored on tap.

Every time the prices jump 10p a litre at the pumps, I save myself £50. Why mess around with saving water, when you can save on petrol instead?

In fact, I'm considering putting a larger tank in the back garden and directly importing crude in from Siberia to save even more cash :thumbsup:

PS This was said in jest, but some people seem to have taken it literally.....
#23
cb-uk
I've put five of these connected in series at the back of my double garage - it's an easy way to store a reasonable supply of petrol and hedge against price rises.

It's also convenient, and just like having your own petrol station open 24/7 on your doorstep!

It's the ultimate moneysaver - 500 litres of fuel stored on tap.

Every time the prices jump 10p a litre at the pumps, I save myself £50. Why mess around with saving water, when you can save on petrol instead?

In fact, I'm considering putting a larger tank in the back garden and directly importing crude in from Siberia to save even more cash :thumbsup:


not even worth the effort, £100 for the butts to save £50 if the prices go up by 10p
then what, your out of petrol so to fill them up you have to pay the new price!!!
and how do you fill them?
& I guess there's no thieve's in your area?
& god knows how invalid your insurance will be if your house is destroyed by a home made bomb
#24
Tesco's also have these on at £19.99 (reduced from £25)
I picked one up yesterday and although the thread on the tap was cheap, give it an extra turn and it stopped leaking
I modified it up to take ALL the water from the conservatory (that was just being dumped on the floor) away from the house using an old hosepipe routed round the garden with holes drilled in
#25
hawk299
not even worth the effort, £100 for the butts to save £50 if the prices go up by 10p
then what, your out of petrol so to fill them up you have to pay the new price!!!
and how do you fill them?
& I guess there's no thieve's in your area?
& god knows how invalid your insurance will be if your house is destroyed by a home made bomb


Um, for avoidance of doubt, this was a joke (being a volatile organic based agent, petrol vapour would almost certainly leak through the polypropylene and one spark would blow everything to kingdom come)

As they say, don't try it at home kids :roll:
#26
For those who have set these up - is there anyway of extending the filling hose part? Our downpipes are situated in an awkward place, so it would be handy to stand the butt about ten feet away if possible. Thanks in anticipation.
#27
andyellis_2000
would be an excellent price but it is out of stock...

£5 off isn't exactly a huge saving

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