Brabantia Smartfix 40l - 50l (H) Bin Liners...30 pack....£3.80 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Best price I've seen for these for a while (they were as high as £8.25 recently with Amazon, and are £8.50 and £7.50 at Debenhams and John Lewis still).

I'm sure some people will say "£3.80 for 30 bin liners??? Madness!"
But until you've bought these, you won't appreciate the difference. They fit the Brabantia bins perfectly, and we've never had one split on us in 4 years.

so if you own one of the 40 or 50l bins, they are worth getting at this price.
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#1
These are indeed a good price.

However, stand by for a bunch of cold votes - mainly from people who don't have a Brabantia bin.
#2
Excellent price for those of us who do have these bins.
#3
Great for my brabantia. Nice one!

Edited By: mandles on Dec 23, 2010 16:24: spelling
#4
Great price, ordered 3. Many thanx, heat added :)
#5
Great fine have some heat!
#6
Great Find.....2 sets ordered....Merry Christmas :)
1 Like #7
i've never actually considered getting these. Are they really that good? I've always gone for black bin liners which do tear on occasion especially with my wife constantly trying to beat the world bin capacity record
#8
I would recommend these if you have a 40 or 50l Brabantia bin, as thats what they are designed for, and they fit them perfectly - and as mentioned we've not had one split in 4 years. Not sure if they fit non-Brabantia bins as well...I guess it would depend on the dimensions of the bin in question!
#9
i've never actually considered getting these. Are they really that good? I've always gone for black bin liners which do tear on occasion especially with my wife constantly trying to beat the world bin capacity record

I would say yes if you have a Brabantia bin. Agree with theyiddo, never had one tear yet and even when full to capacity they still always slide out of the bin without any issues. Only problem is then trying to fit them in the damn recycling bin so as not to take up too much space :)
#10
hot deal the tesco equivalent we use are £4.08 for a 30pack
#11
Very good price for high quality bags. Wouldn't use anything else.
banned#12
Excellent deal, just ordered 5 packs. The 10 pack is £3.14 at Amazon!
This is a saving of over 50% on most other retailers prices, take note people who post "deals" for stamps with a 1p saving!
Thanks OP.

Edited By: bulkomuff on Dec 23, 2010 17:24
#13
brill price, just ordered
#14
I use carrier bags. 8)
3 Likes #15
Weenie Beenie
I use carrier bags. 8)


you said that in the durex thread
#16
I think the point of these is that they fit the bin *without* the bag overlapping the top of the bin.
I've always laughed at those people with nice shiny Brabantia bins with 'ugly' black bags hanging over the edge (what's the point of having a nice bin like this and then ruining the effect with the bin bag). I didn't realise that they made bags especially for the bins.
I should say that I'm using a cheap plastic bin which also shows the top of the bin bag, but I'll bear this post in mind for future reference :-)
#17
are member really getting excited over bin bags!

However good find..
#18
Sorry but have to rate cold. Sainsburys own label versions are just as if not better and a lot cheaper. my other half loves to over fill the bin and they cope better than double upped black bags.
#19
buckfast67uk
i've never actually considered getting these. Are they really that good? I've always gone for black bin liners which do tear on occasion especially with my wife constantly trying to beat the world bin capacity record


Yes, they are very good. They are very strong and for a 50L which gets heavy i wouldn't get any other make. Recommend.
#20
I have been using Asda's own brand since I ran out of branded bags (previously bought from Amazon) but at this price I believe these are actually cheaper per bag. They are certainly cheaper than when I previously purchased from Amazon.

Ordered two packs anyway and heat added.

Edited By: TheBiker on Dec 23, 2010 18:07
#21
Tescos own ones are good and I think cheaper. There are some real rubbish ones that split easily this is due to thin plastic they use due to the bin being heavy
#22
Am i missing something but it is plus £5 postage?!
#23
cnewsteadsmith
Am i missing something but it is plus £5 postage?!


It's a joke.. I looked at ordering 3 packs & it was £15 p&p!! Voting cold as £5 p&p.. Probably added on here by the person selling them...

Edited By: adamreilly on Dec 23, 2010 18:27
#24
adamreilly
cnewsteadsmith
Am i missing something but it is plus £5 postage?!


It's a joke.. I looked at ordering 3 packs & it was £15 p&p!!


The joke is Amazon have now run out (I opted for free supersaver delivery when they were in stock) and the only ones left now are from an Amazon trader, so perhaps this deal is expired really.



Edited By: TheBiker on Dec 23, 2010 18:29
#25
Seems postage has been added now unless earlier posters knew a way to avoid it?

Expired?
#26
AddictWeb
Seems postage has been added now unless earlier posters knew a way to avoid it?




See post 24 Amazon are now out of stock and Amazon traders (remaining stock) often charge handsomely for postage.

Amazon themselves allow you the choice of "Supersaver" postage which usually takes longer but is completely free.

Edited By: TheBiker on Dec 23, 2010 18:41
#27
There was NO POSTAGE costs when we all ordered so dont start attacking the OP.
#28
Mrs Bouquet (bucket) uses these.............cant be beaten for snob value.
#29
antenna
Mrs Bouquet (bucket) uses these.............cant be beaten for snob value.
I just get my vietnamese maid to carry the rubbish out,so i am really not bothered.
#30
adamreilly
cnewsteadsmith
Am i missing something but it is plus £5 postage?!


It's a joke.. I looked at ordering 3 packs & it was £15 p&p!! Voting cold as £5 p&p.. Probably added on here by the person selling them...


nope they are just outof stock from Amazon now :(
1 Like #31
Bloody hell...looks like I attracted a bunch of Amazon virgins to ths deal!!! ;)
#32
Weenie Beenie
I use carrier bags. 8)

splatsplatsplat
Weenie Beenie
I use carrier bags. 8)


you said that in the durex thread


Only I didn't.
#33
Back in stock for free delivery but price now £7.50...
#34
...and back down to £5.85

Gotta love Amazon's pricing system!
#35
And for those moaning about £5 postage costs. Here is a quick guide on purchasing from Amazon:

If it says this "Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk", then it is being sold to you directly by Amazon - and there will not be postage costs. If it does not say this, then it is being sold by someone on Amazon Marketplace. i.e NOT AMAZON!

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