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Heavy Duty Shelving 5 tier 200kg per shelf £19.99 @ Screwfix C&C

£19.99 @ Screwfix
As above, I've been after some steel shelving for the garage and this appears to be ideal and a great price too. 200kg shelf capacity' bolt less' clicks together with excellent reviews. Boltle… Read More
pennyfarthing88 Avatar
5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
As above, I've been after some steel shelving for the garage and this appears to be ideal and a great price too.

200kg shelf capacity' bolt less' clicks together with excellent reviews.

Boltless, freestanding shelves. Heavy duty metal frame construction with 5 x chipboard shelves. Quick and easy to assemble. Ideal for commercial and domestic use.

Quick & Easy Assembly
Boltless System
5 x Chipboard Shelves

W x D x H: 900 x 450 x 1800mm. Maximum shelf load 200kg. Maximum bay load 1000kg. Weight 17.5kg.

Specification:
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Depth 450 mm
Product Height 1800 mm
Product Type Heavy Duty Shelving
Product Width 900 mm
Total Product Weight 17.5 kg
W x D x H: 900 x 450 x 1800mm. Maximum shelf load 200kg. Maximum bay load 1000kg. Weight 17.5kg. Fittings supplied.
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#1


£155.00 ?
#3
shadey12

£155.00 ?
See #2 (me) for correct link, £9.92 is a fifth of weight load compared to OP's quoted item.
2 Likes #4
Thank you PF time for some more, great price, heat added :)
1 Like #5
splender
shadey12

£155.00 ?
See #2 (me) for correct link, £9.92 is a fifth of weight load compared to OP's quoted item.


screwfix ones are deeper, wider and taller as well as holding 5× weight and extra shelf
not surprised they removed post.

Edited By: shadey12 on Jan 24, 2017 22:42: add
#6
Much prefer screwfix offering.
1 Like #7
Maximum shelf load 200kg. Maximum bay load 1000kg

LMAO at anyone who attempts to load a metric ton onto this!
3 Likes #8
Ordered some for the garage, thanks. Noticed that the screwfix linbin type storage bins are also a very good price at around a £1 each. Ordered some to go on the shelves , will be interesting to see what the quality is like.
5 Likes #9
200kg per shelf! Eventually I've found something I can sleep on!!!
1 Like #10
200kg per shelf?

Chipboard shelf?

May be best to distribute the weight on the shelf frame rather than the chipboard middle!
2 Likes #11
Heat added
1 Like #12
Nice find
3 Likes #13
73greystoke
Much prefer screwfix offering.

+1 Saw the Homebase ones the other week. They appear to be made from Bacofoil
#14
Lol I did realise after I posted that it was 200kg per shelf not overall.
1 Like #15
Thanks op, just bought 2 sets after seeing your post. Really good units
1 Like #16
thanks bought 3 for garage to organise before little one arrives
#17
Good price, 3 ordered too!
1 Like #18
This is a OK value for money.
I just bought and built 3 units.
This will never take 1000kg, not in widest dreams.
I put 20kg on each shelf. Under a total load of 100kg, when pushed by hand gently, the unit wobbles and legs are bowing.
Beware!
You can always sue screwfix if you kill yourself...
#19
hobbes748
73greystoke
Much prefer screwfix offering.
+1 Saw the Homebase ones the other week. They appear to be made from Bacofoil
screwix is made of about 0.7mm metal, very easy to bend and twist by hand, not steel I presume...
#20
Good price
#21
Does this come with fittings to anchor to wall? I.e. to stop kids pulling it over and killing themselves?!
#22
TheDean
Does this come with fittings to anchor to wall? I.e. to stop kids pulling it over and killing themselves?!

Especially with 1T of stuff on the shelves.
#23
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
2 Likes #24
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.


for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
#25
MynameisM
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
I am suggesting spending a little bit more and building something much bigger and stronger and better. This is rubbish.
#26
Ok price but not amazing, similar available cheaper https://www.jtf.com/1-8m-five-tier-boltless-shelving-unit.html
#27
termite
MynameisM
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
I am suggesting spending a little bit more and building something much bigger and stronger and better. This is rubbish.
' termite ' have you got this as a matter of interest?
1 Like #28
deanos
Ok price but not amazing, similar available cheaper https://www.jtf.com/1-8m-five-tier-boltless-shelving-unit.html


Good price but delivery kills it... OK if you live up north it seems.
#29
pennyfarthing88
termite
MynameisM
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
I am suggesting spending a little bit more and building something much bigger and stronger and better. This is rubbish.
' termite ' have you got this as a matter of interest?
I sent it back because it's useless. I'm going to buy some timber and build some custom shelving that will be much better. It won't cost much more than this junk.
#30
termite
pennyfarthing88
termite
MynameisM
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
I am suggesting spending a little bit more and building something much bigger and stronger and better. This is rubbish.
' termite ' have you got this as a matter of interest?
I sent it back because it's useless. I'm going to buy some timber and build some custom shelving that will be much better. It won't cost much more than this junk.


Yea I can see by your profile on here you know what your talking about.






X)
1 Like #31
oh man... I saw this last week at screwfix. yesterday ordered 5 for delivery and thought I'd get some heat...only to find op bat me to it. £20. fantastic deal. 8)
#32
whats with the call of duty tag lol
#33
pennyfarthing88
termite
pennyfarthing88
termite
MynameisM
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
I am suggesting spending a little bit more and building something much bigger and stronger and better. This is rubbish.
' termite ' have you got this as a matter of interest?
I sent it back because it's useless. I'm going to buy some timber and build some custom shelving that will be much better. It won't cost much more than this junk.
Yea I can see by your profile on here you know what your talking about. X)
Finally I'm getting through to you.
#34
termite
pennyfarthing88
termite
MynameisM
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
I am suggesting spending a little bit more and building something much bigger and stronger and better. This is rubbish.
' termite ' have you got this as a matter of interest?
I sent it back because it's useless. I'm going to buy some timber and build some custom shelving that will be much better. It won't cost much more than this junk.
Please tell me how your budget worked out.
I was going to build of timber but my calculations were in a region of £100 per unit + 4 hours labour.
#35
missmisiowa
termite
pennyfarthing88
termite
MynameisM
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
I am suggesting spending a little bit more and building something much bigger and stronger and better. This is rubbish.
' termite ' have you got this as a matter of interest?
I sent it back because it's useless. I'm going to buy some timber and build some custom shelving that will be much better. It won't cost much more than this junk.
Please tell me how your budget worked out.
I was going to build of timber but my calculations were in a region of £100 per unit + 4 hours labour.
Around ten or twelve 2.4m lengths of timber at a couple of quid each plus £5/£10 pounds for fixings.
#36
termite
missmisiowa
termite
pennyfarthing88
termite
MynameisM
termite
Buy some timber and fixings from Wickes and build substantial custom racking for little more than this.
for 20 quid won't get much structural timber from wicked other than 2 x 3
I am suggesting spending a little bit more and building something much bigger and stronger and better. This is rubbish.
' termite ' have you got this as a matter of interest?
I sent it back because it's useless. I'm going to buy some timber and build some custom shelving that will be much better. It won't cost much more than this junk.
Please tell me how your budget worked out.
I was going to build of timber but my calculations were in a region of £100 per unit + 4 hours labour.
Around ten or twelve 2.4m lengths of timber at a couple of quid each plus £5/£10 pounds for fixings.


hardly enough for the frame thay would be u will need something else like plyboard aswell so say another 20 quid if u want too take more than 3 shelfs. then another 20 quid. or If u have loads of time the u could do it for alot less but more hassle and headache. go around places look for good quality pallets and some places let u have them for free not sure if u would get the good hard ones the blue ones u can't have they are owned by some company.
1 Like #37
6 on order thanks OP
1 Like #38
muffboy
Maximum shelf load 200kg. Maximum bay load 1000kg

LMAO at anyone who attempts to load a metric ton onto this!


Oh well it'll suit the bars of gold I've got laying around the garage!
1 Like #39
Sturdiness
muffboy
Maximum shelf load 200kg. Maximum bay load 1000kg
LMAO at anyone who attempts to load a metric ton onto this!
Oh well it'll suit the bars of gold I've got laying around the garage!
Did you buy them cheap of Gordon Brown ?

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