100L Water Butt Kit - £14.00 Tesco Direct Click and Collect - HotUKDeals
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I know there have been a few of these posted at similar price but most of them seemed to be instore deals requiring a bit of hunting. Usual Tesco Direct service so can check stock up front. Hope this is helpful to someone else!
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2 Likes #1
Reminds me of my gorgeous wife on our 12th Wedding Anniversary today "What a butt"
#2
ordered cheers hot
2 Likes #3
That's a pretty big butt
#4
hot! have ordered 2 :)
#5
Trying to work out if it would fit in my car!
#6
lazy_sheep
Trying to work out if it would fit in my car!


If it helps, I got a 210 litre one in my VW Polo no problem with seats down.
2 Likes #7
Edward_Nigma
That's a pretty big butt


I like big butts and I cannot lie....
#8
Butt pump also reduced to £40.
#9
Would be great for pc hard case keeping the cool. :D
3 Likes #10
Sid Harper
Butt pump also reduced to £40.

oO

useful if you're into that sort of thing

Edited By: llywmog on Jun 21, 2014 10:52
#11
erm...whats a water butt?
#12
Mrs anniversary present sorted
#13
Good price - one on order thanks
3 Likes #14
cabbage10
erm...whats a water butt?

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=water+butt#
#15
very smart barmy but still what is it
#16
cabbage10
very smart barmy but still what is it

Lol the link literally gave you the answer!
#17
They were selling these off at my local Aldi last week at £8.
#18
Check your local Aldi if you can, as mine was selling these off for £12.99
#19
tried the link it was very smart and clever quite nifty actually but still ...what is it
#20
what is it x2? had to google as no description. To save other people from leaving the site to search google

This Slim Water Butt Kit is ideal as an alternative to hosepipes in times of drought. By collecting and utilising rain water you can save money on your water bills whilst being eco-friendly. Ideal for small gardens where space is a problem, it includes a butt, stand and diverter kit. made from 100% recycled plastic. Some self assembly required.s know description
#21
Heat added just ordered for pickup Monday . cheers OP
with all this sun we are having my 210 litre butt is empty so will be nice to have extra water next time we have a heat wave, lol
#22
cabbage10
tried the link it was very smart and clever quite nifty actually but still ...what is it

You really haven't got any idea of how Google works?
suspended#23
Ordered! What do I do with it????
#24
solidamber
cabbage10
tried the link it was very smart and clever quite nifty actually but still ...what is it

You really haven't got any idea of how Google works?

Yeah that's a difficult one because you have to Google > Google. But if you don't know what it is.
#25
errrr2
Edward_Nigma
That's a pretty big butt

I like big butts and I cannot lie....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/100-litre-water-butt-set-from-aldi-for-18-99-1889937

That's how you do it son :p
#26
solidamber
cabbage10
tried the link it was very smart and clever quite nifty actually but still ...what is it

You really haven't got any idea of how Google works?

I like to think they were just lazy in the first post now they're just trolling
#27
They collect rainwater from your gutters so you can reuse it. they have a diverter which goes in to your downpipe (cut out a small section) - this diverter sends the rain water for storage in to the water butt, when it becomes full the rain water will bypass the diverter and go to the drain. the kits come with full instructions, it's not rocket science to fit.
#28
BarmyBulldog
cabbage10
erm...whats a water butt?

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=water+butt#

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=job+center
#29
great-deals
BarmyBulldog
cabbage10
erm...whats a water butt?

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=water+butt#

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=job+center

*centre
#30
#31
great-deals

Only to Americans and American English taught people. As the job centre is in Britain it would be centre:

http://thebackbencher.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Job-Centre-Plus.jpg

:D

Edited By: BarmyBulldog on Jun 21, 2014 17:05
1 Like #32
jacksprout
Reminds me of my gorgeous wife on our 12th Wedding Anniversary today "What a butt"
Thats 2 cheeky.
#33
http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/JHYkH4AHnnQ/maxresdefault.jpg
#34
BarmyBulldog
great-deals

Only to Americans and American English taught people. As the job centre is in Britain it would be centre:

http://thebackbencher.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Job-Centre-Plus.jpg

:D

so as I said "it can be both" - end of!
#35
great-deals
BarmyBulldog
great-deals

Only to Americans and American English taught people. As the job centre is in Britain it would be centre:

http://thebackbencher.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Job-Centre-Plus.jpg

:D

so as I said "it can be both" - end of!


The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is correct
The Kennedy Space Center is correct
Center Parcs is correct
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However the Job Centre is the Job Centre so not really the end of is it?
#36
paddy14032
Ordered! What do I do with it????
http://sd.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk/i/keep-calm-and-pray-for-rain-4.png
#37
Apparently rainwater is better for your plants than tap water, too. :)
#38
FrostbiteXIII
Apparently rainwater is better for your plants than tap water, too. :)
It contains less chlorine and fluoride :p
#39
Guess when winter comes you need hide this or it will burst?
#40
Cobray
Guess when winter comes you need hide this or it will burst?

Why would it burst? If you mean as it will burst due to to much water, No because the esscess runs down the down pipe. If you mean due to it freezing and expanding, I very doubt it and have never heard if it, it could do but!!, if your that worried when its really cold and full just turn the tap on and let some water out so there is expansion room ;)

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