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keter 5 tier shelving £14.99 at Homebase instore - free click and collect,

£14.99 @ Homebase
Cheapest 5 tier i could find, just what I need for my shed :) This Keter heavy duty shelving unit is the ideal storage solution for around your home, whether it's the garage or the office. It's n… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Cheapest 5 tier i could find, just what I need for my shed :)

This Keter heavy duty shelving unit is the ideal storage solution for around your home, whether it's the garage or the office. It's nearly 6ft high, and no tools are needed for assembly.

Maximum weight supported: 150kg
Assembly instructions: Flat packed - 1 person required
Number of shelves: 5
Dimensions: (H)174, (W)71, (D)38cm
Colour: Black
Material: Plastic
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
anyone have these in use? my neighbour said they can bow and twist with the weight, not sure if she means this makes or another brand.

love to hear from anyone using these.
:) (have some heat)
1 Like #2
good units. just make sure you double check the shelves are not broken before you leave the store
1 Like #3
I got loads of them from tesco for £2.70 each a few years ago. been in use in my garage, loft and cupboards without any problems.
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bikerboytone
anyone have these in use? my neighbour said they can bow and twist with the weight, not sure if she means this makes or another brand.
love to hear from anyone using these.:) (have some heat)
I bought these about 3-4 months ago at the same price . You will need to fix them to a wall with the clamps provided . Otherwise they will not be stable.
They are pretty strong and can take a lot of weight. I have stored hoover, microwave , sewing machine and baby car seat.
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Wolf2010
bikerboytone
anyone have these in use? my neighbour said they can bow and twist with the weight, not sure if she means this makes or another brand.
love to hear from anyone using these.:) (have some heat)
I bought these about 3-4 months ago at the same price . You will need to fix them to a wall with the clamps provided . Otherwise they will not be stable.
They are pretty strong and can take a lot of weight. I have stored hoover, microwave , sewing machine and baby car seat.


I broke mine putting too much weight on it. Be careful to distribute weight otherwise it easily breaks. Steel ones are much better for heavy objects.
#6
good find op, heat added
3 Likes #7
That's a lot of money for some plastic shelving. Steel and MDF kits only cost a little more.
1 Like #8
Voted hot, will make a great (cheap) climbing frame for my 3yo!
#9
Bought one of these a couple of years ago excellent unit
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jazzman466
I think this http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/storage-furniture/outdoor-organising/hyllis-shelving-unit-in-outdoor-art-00278578/ is better for less money. I have about 4 of them in the garage.


Looks better as well.
#12
Not great .. they do twist and bend after a while.. and the fittings for the shelves are not great.. bought some metal shelving for a little more - one does need to hammer the metal shelf parts together with a mallet but it is much sturdier than these plastic ones

Edited By: milan004 on Nov 01, 2016 19:19: Typo
#13
Got some for my mums garage
#14
jazzman466
I think this http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/storage-furniture/outdoor-organising/hyllis-shelving-unit-in-outdoor-art-00278578/ is better for less money. I have about 4 of them in the garage.

Absolutely not, this is cheap metal despite being ikea. This video explains good shelving, he has an amazon store which you can click to, but not linking as I am not promoting it but, his points on good shelving. size and engineering matter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZU7eVvctIJU

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