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6 bottle beer crate - £1.00 Poundland

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Poundland are selling these rustic looking wooden 6 beer crates with rope handles. Quite solid and weighty. Bought 6 to make up male relations Xmas presents....now watching out for beer, ales or cider… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Poundland are selling these rustic looking wooden 6 beer crates with rope handles. Quite solid and weighty. Bought 6 to make up male relations Xmas presents....now watching out for beer, ales or cider on special.....will make ideal cheap gifts with a bit of tinsel.
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
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#1
I've been looking out for one of these all week and not found one in any poundland yet. Local store sold out bug hopefully getting more in. What section are they on pls?
#2
Love this idea for a cheap little gift! I will keep my eyes peeled. Thanks OP!
#3
Look good for a pound.

Nice find.
#4
OP: How strong are these? Looks like the sides and bottom are quite thin wood and I'd assume machine stapled. Can see 6 smashed bottles on Christmas day!
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I spotted similar beer crates in Poundland at Bishop Auckland but the quality was terrible (very thin wood, all broken in some way), it looks like the one in the photo is much, much better OP! Brilliant find. I'll keep an eye out. It looks like some stores have better ones than others :)
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pinksocks89
I spotted similar beer crates in Poundland at Bishop Auckland but the quality was terrible (very thin wood, all broken in some way), it looks like the one in the photo is much, much better OP! Brilliant find. I'll keep an eye out. It looks like some stores have better ones than others :)


same as the ones I've seen in Hartlepool and middlesbrough they look very flimsy and some broke already, and I doubt you would actually fit bottles in them size wise and safety wise but good for display for a quid
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i brought a couple last week.on testing a slim 500ml bottle fits in or the 330ml are fine although i didnt try picking them up with the bottles in!
#8
Item was stacked amongst Xmas deco and table runners and bits, wood is stapled, but still sturdy. Wouldn't carry bottles around in, but certainly sturdy enough to put 6 bottles of beer in and gift. Bottom quite thick wood....I d rather buy these, then 6 quid filling it up on booze bottles....than £8 for four beers in supermarket box which I did last year!
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japes
OP: How strong are these? Looks like the sides and bottom are quite thin wood and I'd assume machine stapled. Can see 6 smashed bottles on Christmas day!


Yes that is what happens tiny staples I used it to hold tooth paste an cup of tooth brushes an a few combs and it fell through
#10
Haverfordwest store had box loads of these on Monday,they are very light and wood is thin,the bar in the middle I took out with no effort,it just slides out I wanted to see it more of a container than bottle carrier..great box for crafting it into something but wouldn't recommend it for bottles..heat from me though as it's a good buy for a quid.
#11
pinksocks89
I spotted similar beer crates in Poundland at Bishop Auckland but the quality was terrible (very thin wood, all broken in some way), it looks like the one in the photo is much, much better OP! Brilliant find. I'll keep an eye out. It looks like some stores have better ones than others :)


But it dose look nice can always glue it or leave on solid ground and jus use as a display and not carry it
#12
cold. no beer :P

jk looks good heat added
#13
grammer police please arrest OP - "Quite solid and weighty."
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ichayan
grammer police please arrest OP - "Quite solid and weighty."

grammar even...
#15
good find op, heat added
#16
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japes
OP: How strong are these? Looks like the sides and bottom are quite thin wood and I'd assume machine stapled. Can see 6 smashed bottles on Christmas day!
Yes that is what happens tiny staples I used it to hold tooth paste an cup of tooth brushes an a few combs and it fell through
That's because they're not designed for toothbrushes and combs and stuff. X)
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jeczap
ichayan
grammer police please arrest OP - "Quite solid and weighty."
grammar even...
Love it when they do that. X)
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dereklogan7
jeczap
ichayan
grammer police please arrest OP - "Quite solid and weighty."
grammar even...
Love it when they do that. X)
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2547/4166513842_7322ea9e33_o.jpg
#19
Saw these in one of the Glasgow branches, most were already broken and they're flimsy as anything. Sorry, not worth a quid if it falls apart before you get it out of the shop...
#20
I bought one of these today and am using it as a letter rack on my hall table. It's good for a quid.

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