Addis 2.5L Food/Compost Caddy -ideal kitchen compost bin. In either black or white £8 @ Tesco - Free c&c - HotUKDeals
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Addis 2.5L Food/Compost Caddy -ideal kitchen compost bin. In either black or white £8.00 @ Tesco - Free c&c

£8.00 @ Tesco Direct
Looking around for a new compost bin. Found a good looking one made by Addis on Amazon for £12.21 but then found the same model on Tesco Direct for just £8.00. Free delivery if you opt for click and c… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Looking around for a new compost bin. Found a good looking one made by Addis on Amazon for £12.21 but then found the same model on Tesco Direct for just £8.00. Free delivery if you opt for click and collect.
Features:
- Store food wastage to lock-in odours & saving wastage to compost.
- Removable inner bucket to keep exterior clean with carrying handle
- H17xW25xD18cm with a 3L capacity
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
is there any more benefit from using this to just dumping it all in a cheap tupperware box?
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Happy to engage in some Bank Holiday debate. Personally I think this black bin looks a lot better than a cheap tupperware box. However if you would prefer to save £8 then please feel free to do so. I guess you could also wrap the vegetable peelings in newspaper and take it directly to your compost bin. This would then save the potential cost of some tupperware.
The point of the posting was to alert to a potential £4.21 saving compared to Amazon.
#3
We have the same one, bought in Tesco for £6 a few months ago. Better than our council one because you don't need two hands to open a fiddly catch and the top doesn't have holes in. On the down side, it's smaller than our council one was. It's much nicer looking than the grey council ones but quite expensive for what it is.
#4
We get ours free off the council.
1 Like #5
Most local authorities will offer their own for free if you ask. Rather save the money in my pocket.
#6
honestman1958
Happy to engage in some Bank Holiday debate. Personally I think this black bin looks a lot better than a cheap tupperware box. However if you would prefer to save £8 then please feel free to do so. I guess you could also wrap the vegetable peelings in newspaper and take it directly to your compost bin. This would then save the potential cost of some tupperware.
The point of the posting was to alert to a potential £4.21 saving compared to Amazon.

I'm also quite happy to get my hangbag out....i live in a flat and have no use whatsover for this type of product. If it compressed the peelings and saved me time and energy of taking the waste out then I may well have been interested. As all it does is store scraps albeit in a extremely fetching black container....I'm afraid its a cold from me kid.



Edited By: flipper118 on Dec 27, 2016 17:24: added
#7
flipper118
is there any more benefit from using this to just dumping it all in a cheap tupperware box?


Yes. These are gluten free with a voucher for a full sleeve tattoo oO
#8
There is of course an option to spend £400 on a very fancy food waste disposer that connects to your sink. As for Health & Safety considerations can I add that , as far as I am aware, there have been no finger losses from an Addis Food/Compost caddy either black or white thus far although I accept it will stand out in your kitchen like a small black box which after all is exactly what it is.
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It's a funky plastic box, guys. If you have your waste food caddy on the counter (ours is on the floor), then you might well prefer this over the council issue one or over a Tupperwear box, just like you might prefer a coloured kettle to a plain white one. It's a good reduction on the usual price.
#10
cavegirl12
We get ours free off the council.
same, I guess they don't take recycling seriously in all regions..
#11
cavegirl12
We get ours free off the council.
Same we get a large bin to put out on bin day and a smaller one to keep indoors and also free bags to use in the smaller bin
#12
I bought this when it was in store at Tesco a few months ago, nice and compact and stylish to sit on my worktop so I can peel straight into. I think it was only £6 though so this price is a little inflated.

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