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This isn't a sale price, just very good value.

You will be hard pressed to find a decent set of shelves for your garage from anywhere for this price.

Spec:
4 Shelves
Width: 60 cm
Depth: 27 cm
Height: 140 cm

Max. load/shelf: 25 kg
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#2
These are great for the price. We use ours in the garage too.
#3
Wow, amazing price for something so practical! Hot hot hot from me
#4
davenmick;8569982
These are great for the price. We use ours in the garage too.

Are the shelves adjustable on height of fixed spacing?
#5
Shame they can't be bought online, would be good for the shed or greenhouse
#6
harlzter
Are the shelves adjustable on height of fixed spacing?


Fixed hight, unless you've got a drill :thumbsup:
#7
Damn, after looking for ages at garage shelving, just bought some for £37 off ebay!!
#8
Perfect timing, OH said last night to keep an 'eye out' for something like this, thanks for thre post!
#9
adambaz;8570101
Fixed hight, unless you've got a drill :thumbsup:

No problem then, flipping hell just measured up and I'm gonna need 10 for the shed! Forgot how big the shed is when its not got an 8ft trampoline and enclosure in it and the kids outdoor summer stuff.
#10
katthehat;8570273
[COLOR=Blue]Perfect timing,[/COLOR] OH said last night to keep an 'eye out' for something like this, thanks for thre post!

same here its come to that time of year when the shed needs sorting
1 Like #11
This is really cheap. But does anyone know anywhere else selling these? I can't get to an Ikea as it's too far.

The next best thing I can find is this,
wilkinsonplus.com but it's plastic and £12.99
1 Like #12
just noticed wilkinson's also have these : link
#13
Looks great, now I just need a shed to put them in - has to be max 7' x 3' with the door(s) on the long side, any suggestions?
#14
Great price. 25kg per shelf max weight in case you are using for very heavy stuff, but fine for most people's garages/sheds

For those who prefer wood they also do a similar wooden unit which we have in our utility room which takes similar weight but slightly dearer at £11.99 http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/00111994
#15
jezjones;8570617
just noticed wilkinson's also have these : link



nice one was hoping for a post like that . repped
#16
.... how robust are they?

Has anyone one together yet? From experience, some of the cheaper Ikea products can be a bit flimsy with weak fixings that warp when a bit of pressure / weight is put on them. Wouldnt mind some for the garage if they bolt together well.
#17
jezjones
This is really cheap. But does anyone know anywhere else selling these? I can't get to an Ikea as it's too far.

The next best thing I can find is this,
wilkinsonplus.com but it's plastic and £12.99



I've got some wire adjustable shelving for the garage in the past from Argos
(Link is: [url]www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?storeId=10001&catalogId=1500002201&langId=-1&searchTerms=7001057[/url] Item number is 700/1057 if the link doesn't work)
They are not cheap (£24.89 at the moment) but fairly good quality and the adjustable height is useful. They do seem to drop in price to £20ish regularly when they have a sale.

Don't get me wrong I wish I'd known about the the IKEA deal before forking out a horrendous amount of money on these Argos shelves but if you can't get to IKEA they are good quality.

(H+R added to OP)
#18
Wow, that's cheap! Problem is for me, weight loading and fixed shelf sizes.

I'm planning on building my own garage racking using the same stuff they use to build the picking racks in all the Toyota car plants. Not quite as cheap, but heavy duty steel pipe, fully adjustable / reusable and should carry about 200kg per rack, no problems. Designing it to house plastic tote boxes, tool kit and lawn mower.
#19
jaykay1975
.... how robust are they?

Has anyone one together yet? From experience, some of the cheaper Ikea products can be a bit flimsy with weak fixings that warp when a bit of pressure / weight is put on them. Wouldnt mind some for the garage if they bolt together well.


I've got 8 in my garage, and they haven't warped with anything I've put on them (heavy boxes of cables, paperwork etc).
#20
Nice one, thanks OP
#21
Great price, just what I need to sort my shed out. heated and reped.
#22
Cheers OP fro this - need some shelving to sort my garage out and get stuff out of boxes, then I might be able to get my car in it!!!!

H&R added! :thumbsup:
#23
thanks op
#24
:thumbsup:
#25
johnson293
Cheers OP fro this - need some shelving to sort my garage out and get stuff out of boxes, then I might be able to get my car in it!!!!


A car...INSIDE the garage....nah mate, you're having me on aren't you? Who'd ever come up with such crazy talk?!

:whistling:
#26
My car has never been in my garage. Not once.
banned#27
Good spot.
Go early n get a cheep brecky too. :-D
#28
finally a reasonable price!
always looked at them but stayed clear because of extortionate price.
Last summer i built one myself with timber taken from an old roof, but i think i'll go for a couple of these to sort out shed once and for all.
#29
I got these last year. They do the job well. Bit fiddly to put together but once all the screws are tight it stands okay.

Can't complain for the price, they are a bargain. Some people spend £15,000 building brick sheds/garage but do they have £15,000 worth of stuff to put in the shed!
#30
Good price but Tiny at 60mm wide & 1400mm high.

Note that importantly it is galv.


silps:
[COLOR=navy]I got these last year. They do the job well. Bit fiddly to put together but once all the screws are tight it stands okay.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=navy]Can't complain for the price, they are a bargain. Some people spend £15,000 building brick sheds/garage but do they have £15,000 worth of stuff to put in the shed![/COLOR]

Perhaps not, but they do increase the value of a property by around that figure (And more) and make it infinitely more saleable.

harlzter;8572714
2/3rds the height and plastic?


Plastic ones are very strong and also ideal for the shed where damp might creep in.

Most of them can be stacked (I.e. 3 shelves on top of 3 shelves =6)
#31
jezjones;8570617
just noticed wilkinson's also have these : link

2/3rds the height and plastic?
#32
jezjones
This is really cheap. But does anyone know anywhere else selling these? I can't get to an Ikea as it's too far.

The next best thing I can find is this,
wilkinsonplus.com but it's plastic and £12.99


Repped:thumbsup:
#33
These would also come in very handy for Attic organisation, great price, heat added.
#34
rizla01;8572588


Plastic ones are very strong and also ideal for the shed where damp might creep in.

Most of them can be stacked (I.e. 3 shelves on top of 3 shelves =6)


The wilkos ones are not that great, they dont push ito each other very well (poor quality moulding) and over winter the ones in ours have cracked on the joints, damp isnt a problem anyway with galvanised metal.
#35
Nowhere near as cheap, but a very good price for someone looking for a more robust set of shelves, normally £50 or thereabouts (£33.32 now):

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7000663/Trail/searchtext%3ESHELVING.htm

Metal frame, board shelves. 150kg load per shelf. 750kg total.
#36
These flex a bit but if they're fixed to the wall as the instructions state I think you won't have any issues. They also do wooden ones for about £14.99.
#37
just found this on the search, slighty dearer at £8 now but just what i need. going to collect 3 later.

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