6.5 litre Watering Can Usually £4.99 Now Reduced To £1.99 @ B&M Stores & Home Bargains - HotUKDeals
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Brilliantly Designed Watering Can holds a whopping 6.5 Litres - Doesn't get stuck in between sink and tap when filling and doesn't spill water as transporting from kitchen outside due to narrow high sides - Also spotted these sold in Home Bargains and on offer for £1.99 . It Also has 2 handles for easy carry.

Perfect garden essential.

Colour: Green

Size: 6.5 Litre

Plastic with sprinkle head included.
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#1
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#2
I have this, it's cheap rubbish. The nozzle keeps falling off during watering.
#3
eklynne
I have this, it's cheap rubbish. The nozzle keeps falling off during watering.


You clearly have a faulty or damaged one.
Take it back... I have 2 of these been using them for about 5 weeks without any problems.
The nozzle fits tight and I leave the sprinkle head fitted all the time.
Hence I posted the deal they are brilliant watering cans


Edited By: Boz on Jul 26, 2014 09:58
1 Like #4
I bought one of these from Tesco for £3. It is cheap thin plastic but it does work - and kindof reminds me of a petrol can. So £2 is a deal.
#5
gbrandwood
I bought one of these from Tesco for £3. It is cheap thin plastic but it does work - and kindof reminds me of a petrol can. So £2 is a deal.

Thank You :p
banned#6
"Can holds a whopping 6.5 Litres". Is that not about the norm for a watering can. Mine holds 7 litres, and I don't think it is particularly practical if you have a lot of pots to water. Just my tuppence worth.
#7
Poor quality - feel the flimsiness of the whole thing. I would rather pay £2 to buy a sturdy and robust one, one which won't disintegrate in 10 years' time! i foolishly bought one!
#8
aym280
Poor quality - feel the flimsiness of the whole thing. I would rather pay £2 to buy a sturdy and robust one, one which won't disintegrate in 10 years' time! i foolishly bought one!

I've used mine daily for the past 5 weeks without a problem.It's not Flimsy as you have described..
I think expecting a £1.99 Plastic Watering Can to last more than 10 years
exceeds vastly the realistic durability of many plastic watering cans.
But I wouldn't rule this one out.
The very hard plastic ones I've found tend to get very brittle if stored in
strong sunlight and often break when dropped. :p

Edited By: Boz on Jul 26, 2014 13:11
#9
£1.99 in Home Bargains standard price.. The Nozzle does fall off but rap/stick some insulating/electrical tape round the end of neck then the nozzle is a snuff solid fit
#10
Boz
aym280
Poor quality - feel the flimsiness of the whole thing. I would rather pay £2 to buy a sturdy and robust one, one which won't disintegrate in 10 years' time! i foolishly bought one!

I've used mine daily for the past 5 weeks without a problem.It's not Flimsy as you have described..
I think expecting a £1.99 Plastic Watering Can to last more than 10 years
exceeds vastly the realistic durability of many plastic watering cans.
But I wouldn't rule this one out.
The very hard plastic ones I've found tend to get very brittle if stored in
strong sunlight and often break when dropped. :p

You're so sweet! It is as if you had shares in Ward, or B&M or BM?! OR ALL THREE OF THEM! Ha! I bought one and wished I had hold back as a smaller one in Wilko seemed to be much better in quality, but it's 2 litre for £1.99. Probably 50p before winter! Ha!
1 Like #11
I bought one of these the other day, went to use it today to find a nice round hole in the bottom of it!!!! Not happy.
1 Like #12
Damn, we were in Home Bargains yesterday and the wife needs a new watering can. Didn't look at the gardening section.

Never mind, we'll get 1 someone

Heat added :)
1 Like #13
I think it's good quality product. I purchased off Ebay a few months a go for £4.99 so good price at £1.99.

Edited By: Poppyj1 on Jul 26, 2014 18:52: ,
#14
I bought one from Wilkinson about 4 years ago for the same price. Still going strong although the head perished and cracked so had to get a new better one. (Head that is.)

Edited By: xenophon on Jul 26, 2014 21:11: slight ambiguity
#15
Joannekerry
I bought one of these the other day, went to use it today to find a nice round hole in the bottom of it!!!! Not happy.

Yes Worth Checking Thoroughly Before You Buy
Hope You Get A Replacement That's Ok
#16
Poppyj1
I think it's good quality product. I purchased off Ebay a few months a go for £4.99 so good price at £1.99.

Thank You :p
#17
They are always £1.99 at b n m,
1 Like #18
Its fine for £1.99!

Some of you need your heads tested expecting so much for this price!
#19
Gollywood
Its fine for £1.99!

Some of you need your heads tested expecting so much for this price!

I More Than Like Your Comment I Love It. Thank You !!!!! :p

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