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There has been a price drop again (after a price rise)... not quite as cheap as it was when first posted but very close! - Was £293.75 -Cheapest I have seen this shed so thought I'd share... it is over £400 everywhere else and I have been waiting for it to drop below £300. Some blurb:

Apex shed manufactured in durable polypropylene, with steel reinforced structure
All-weather design; virtually maintenance and fade-free
Includes double-door opening, 2 shelves, window and integral skylight
Heavy duty floor panel
Assembled dimensions: 208H x 178W x 195.5Dcm. Footprint: 173.5W x 195Dcm
10 year manufacturer's limited warranty
2 person self-assembly

Here is the Camelcamelcamel page: http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Keter-17197898-Factor-Shed/product/B00AFSTZSU
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monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Who cares? Great product that requires zero maintaince so take your snobbish ideals elsewhere...
11 Likes
fireman1
brookysm
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Who cares? Great product that requires zero maintaince so take your snobbish ideals elsewhere...

I understand what they are saying.
You could put it next to the broken trampoline and the faded oversized plastic car. Or even use it to hide all the dirt patches on the lawn made by the staffy.


Heaven forbid we use our gardens for our childrens' enjoyment.
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I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
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Both Keter and its full subsidiary, Lipski, have factories in the Barkan industrial zone, which is a settlement in the occupied
West Bank... The industrial zone hosts a disproportionate number of factories that pollute the
environment. For example, waste from Barkan runs down the hillside of the Al-Matwi valley, damaging Palestinian
farmland. Palestinian laborers are employed in the industrial zone and are paid, in several documented instances, below
the minimum wage and denied the right to unionize.
http://www.israelpalestinemissionnetwork.org/main/ipmndocuments/boycott101_summary-sheet.pdf

Edited By: circuit on Aug 23, 2015 12:48

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2 Likes #1
Nice find..
7 Likes #2
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
1 Like #3
Lowest price ever (by £40) according to camelcamelcamel
35 Likes #4
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Who cares? Great product that requires zero maintaince so take your snobbish ideals elsewhere...
4 Likes #5
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Don't knock it til you've tried it!
Homebase have these erected so get inside and get a feel for it. You will be overwhelmed by the feel and size of it, its a wood effect if memory serves. Seems pretty solid too. It's on a thick rubber base so I gathered you just flatten the ground and lay it. Loads of effort removed from the shed installation process.
You could probably have it up in an hour. Has a window and latch for lock built in.
I would be tempted in the £100-£200 range, I checked Homebase eBay for it when they had the 50% off everything glitch but it wasn't there.
Anyone that has one correct me if I'm wrong.
1 Like #6
brookysm
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Who cares? Great product that requires zero maintaince so take your snobbish ideals elsewhere...

Miaow!
#7
Just realised this is a double? Looks bigger than the one I saw, very good deal!
#8
Shed is actually 5' 6" x 6'4" according to a reviewer.
Overwhelmingly positive reviews only 1 1-star review out of 89 reviews.
Will need 2 people to assemble, comes in 2 large boxes.
If in exposed location there are 8 anchor points to fix to a flat 3" concrete base (not supplied)
2 Likes #9
brookysm
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Who cares? Great product that requires zero maintaince so take your snobbish ideals elsewhere...

I understand what they are saying.
You could put it next to the broken trampoline and the faded oversized plastic car. Or even use it to hide all the dirt patches on the lawn made by the staffy.
11 Likes #10
fireman1
brookysm
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Who cares? Great product that requires zero maintaince so take your snobbish ideals elsewhere...

I understand what they are saying.
You could put it next to the broken trampoline and the faded oversized plastic car. Or even use it to hide all the dirt patches on the lawn made by the staffy.


Heaven forbid we use our gardens for our childrens' enjoyment.
2 Likes #11
We purchased the 6x4 from Amazon 3 weeks ago to replace our wooden shed & it is the best thing ever! Can be washed with a karcher instead of painting it every year & it is water tight so nothing rusts like in our wooden shed! It has the slots built in so you can get shelves cut to fit should you want to. I love the skylight & our family are all very impressed with it! Fab service & if we had room we would have purchased the larger size with the shelves already included! Hot!
1 Like #12
Much better than equivalent metal or wooden sheds. When assembling, the parts really are flimsy but when it's all locked together, they are fairly sturdy.

The only issue with plastic sheds is the high costs. If you can afford them then it's worthy opting for them over the others (wood & metal).
1 Like #13
Now even cheaper - price has just dropped to £293.75. :3
1 Like #14
Just ordered - got it for £279.06 as I have a student Prime account - yay!
Many thanks mountainchrisriv for such a great find! :D
#15
llareggub
Just ordered - got it for £279.06 as I have a student Prime account - yay!
Many thanks mountainchrisriv for such a great find! :D

How the discount? I have a student prime account and never get a discount (other than on prime of course).
1 Like #16
It automatically adjusted the total at checkout as the shed is sold by Amazon. £14.69 was deducted - bargain!
1 Like #17
Can't believe I actually paid £359.99 on the 27th July for this. Worth every penny though. Hot Hot Hot.
#18
fireman1
brookysm
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Who cares? Great product that requires zero maintaince so take your snobbish ideals elsewhere...
I understand what they are saying.
You could put it next to the broken trampoline and the faded oversized plastic car. Or even use it to hide all the dirt patches on the lawn made by the staffy.
Right so a no maintaince pricey shed = council house estate?

Great logic fella...
#19
Was skeptical when I brought one for £350 from home base. It's brilliant, looks smart, easy to assemble, and won't need painting :) very pleased and now at £299 you can't go wrong
1 Like #20
Cool

Ordered one and started a flubit
If i get cheaper i'll cancel the amazon order
#21
ordered,wanted the 8 x 6 shed posted a few weeks ago at £389 which is now £543 but this seems good value for 6 x 6 at £293.
Bought 5 codes from Zeek app and saved a tenner,so £283 is good i think.

Edited By: 1616french on Aug 22, 2015 15:43
#22
These sheds are awesome and well worth it. I've got a massive version of these and its robust, solid peice of plastic. It actually looks nice too. Would get this over a wood shed.
#23
Just checked on Flubit for an instant offer and it came back as £296.59??
Whats that all about??
They must think it is still £299 and not £293

Edited By: 1616french on Aug 22, 2015 15:51
#24
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
I am with you on this one. I thought that they were just as good as the metal ones. I lost it a couple of year ago with mist of the stuff inside during a wind storm. I was right in a sense, just as good as metal ones... my neighbours was destroyed as well. For this price I we could buy a wooden shed. It is not snobery, just that if you pay that kind of money, you want it to last a while.
#25
brookysm
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
Who cares? Great product that requires zero maintaince so take your snobbish ideals elsewhere...
Maybe not enough room between caravans
2 Likes #26
I am with you on this one. I thought that they were just as good as the metal ones. I lost it a couple of year ago with mist of the stuff inside during a wind storm. I was right in a sense, just as good as metal ones... my neighbours was destroyed as well. For this price I we could buy a wooden shed. It is not snobery, just that if you pay that kind of money, you want it to last a while.
If you screw through the base to anchor the shed to the ground (as recommended) should be as wind-proof as the next shed.
#27
Got one this time last year on clearance at B&Q. Fantastic product. Perfect for the allotment. The product is manufactured in Israel.
1 Like #28
1616french
Just checked on Flubit for an instant offer and it came back as £296.59??
Whats that all about??
They must think it is still £299 and not £293
Run it through Bespoke BeatMyPrice. Even if you only get a £1 reduction, you will qualify for about £44 cashback via TCB. That TCB may end circa Mon 24 Aug, or may be extended.
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/barclaycard-bespoke-offers/
#29
This was £299.99 on prime day and I ordered it then. Delivered by Arrow XL a week later and it took about 90 minutes for 2 to build.

You need a flat surface though, so I had to make one out of paving slabs and sand/cement mix, adding £100 to the cost.
#30
Voted HOT.
Have the 8x8 and very pleased with it.
At this price it's a bargain.
Thanks for the post mountainchrisriv.
2 Likes #31
salahwrexham
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
I am with you on this one. I thought that they were just as good as the metal ones. I lost it a couple of year ago with mist of the stuff inside during a wind storm. I was right in a sense, just as good as metal ones... my neighbours was destroyed as well. For this price I we could buy a wooden shed. It is not snobery, just that if you pay that kind of money, you want it to last a while.
Why would a plastic shed last less time than a wood one? That doesn't make any sense. Plastic requires zero maintenance. Wood requires repainting/varnishing every few years to stop it rotting away.
I've got one of these, and I don't see how anything short of a once in a decade severe weather event would have any chance of dislodging any part of it.
2 Likes #32
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
If you're more concerned with what your peers think of you than whether something is good value, you're on the wrong website.
#33
Thought I'd try one of these as I bought an Arrow metal shed from Argos in 2011 and every panel is now covered in rust.
#34
salahwrexham
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
I am with you on this one. I thought that they were just as good as the metal ones. I lost it a couple of year ago with mist of the stuff inside during a wind storm. I was right in a sense, just as good as metal ones... my neighbours was destroyed as well. For this price I we could buy a wooden shed. It is not snobery, just that if you pay that kind of money, you want it to last a while.
These aren't nuclear bomb shelters, there's not much that can survive extreme weather but I'd bet on one of these properly assembled and secured over a wooden shed any day!
#35
Very interested in this and encouraged by the reviews. We have a paved ground which is pretty much flat but not 100% flat - would this cause any issues??? Any help appreciated so I can order - thank you!!!
#36
DeeKay86
Very interested in this and encouraged by the reviews. We have a paved ground which is pretty much flat but not 100% flat - would this cause any issues??? Any help appreciated so I can order - thank you!!!
Our surface isn't 100% flat which made it a bit difficult to put together but as you get near to the end of the instructions the roof pulls it all together with a bit of strength (my husband obviously not me as I couldn't even reach the roof!!) Once our bikes, tools & lawn mower were in you can't even tell the ground is uneven!
#37
salahwrexham
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
I am with you on this one. I thought that they were just as good as the metal ones. I lost it a couple of year ago with mist of the stuff inside during a wind storm. I was right in a sense, just as good as metal ones... my neighbours was destroyed as well. For this price I we could buy a wooden shed. It is not snobery, just that if you pay that kind of money, you want it to last a while.

Almost certainly poorly installed then .If you are saying it's blow away
#38
the UV resistance of the plastic results in it becoming brittle. also if you damage it you ain't fixing it. also fixing to the wall is a no no so you need shelf's and floor space. saying that I had one for 10 years
1 Like #39
Got one last year, should have got one many years ago ! Excellent small shed, easy to erect, very sturdy when everything is locked in place.
Great improvement over my old wooden shed, which eventually rotted despite an annual coat of shed paint.
This one won't rot.
#40
rickj
salahwrexham
monitor1
I certainly would not want a plastic shed on my property.
I am with you on this one. I thought that they were just as good as the metal ones. I lost it a couple of year ago with mist of the stuff inside during a wind storm. I was right in a sense, just as good as metal ones... my neighbours was destroyed as well. For this price I we could buy a wooden shed. It is not snobery, just that if you pay that kind of money, you want it to last a while.
Almost certainly poorly installed then .If you are saying it's blow away
1. It was properly installed alongside another wooden shed. It was anchored down on a solid concrete base, etc...
2. The wooden shed survived multiple storms, the plastic one did not.
3. Review the assembly of your sentences in terms of punctuation and grammar when you try to patronise people.

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[i]Edited By: salahwrexham on Aug 23, 2015 16:39:

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