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I was in B&Q and came accross this shed on clearance at £199.99 down from £399.99 which I thought was a pretty good deal. However it went through the checkout at £100!!

I think it is instore only as I cant find it online but here is a link to the product on the Keter website.

http://www.keter.com/products/gemini-6x6/

I know the staff usually pick these up for themselves but they didnt seem to know about the reduction so you may get lucky.
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sweetas2009#201
bulkomuff
JunkMail
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Got the 8 x 11 Keter shed ... was a b!tch to fit together! Panels are flimsy on their own ... once built, its solid!

I have one of these too but I found it easy to assemble. I did it by myself from start to finish in less than one day. It's a great shed.


Junkmail, don't tell porky pies please, I have recently erected the 11 x 8 and it's a 2 man job, impossible to construct on your own! Everything has to be aligned perfectly for it to fit together and your base needs to be really level to aid construction.

I'm a single female and I constructed this myself in under 3 hours, just needed to pinch the neighbour for 5 minutes to help push the roof in place because the plastic was bent at the edge.
BITSANDBOBS_123#202
As I said in a previous post I ordered two of these from my local who only had two remaining. They delivered one on thursday and 'apparently' the other one was 'damaged' !!!:(
sb123#203
Both of mine arrived yesterday, and as of today, they are both up! Hubby had put a level base down the day before - the first one took about 2 hours to put up, the second just over half an hour! Check out the YouTube video link I posted on page 2 for info on how to put it up.

Once again, thank you OP - we now have an Outdoor Toy Shed and a wee playhouse for the little one! Brilliant xx :3

Edited By: sb123 on Mar 25, 2012 20:16
bulkomuffbanned#204
sb123
Both of mine arrived yesterday, and as of today, they are both up! Hubby had put a level base down the day before - the first one took about 2 hours to put up, the second just over half an hour! Check out the YouTube video link I posted on page 2 for info on how to put it up.

Once again, thank you OP - we now have an Outdoor Toy Shed and a wee playhouse for the little one! Brilliant xx :3


Oh how I laugh at such ludicrous posts, half an hour! It's a ten minute job to unpack it and see what you've got, why do people lie and exaggerate to such an extent?
Phila4#205
bulkomuff
sb123
Both of mine arrived yesterday, and as of today, they are both up! Hubby had put a level base down the day before - the first one took about 2 hours to put up, the second just over half an hour! Check out the YouTube video link I posted on page 2 for info on how to put it up.

Once again, thank you OP - we now have an Outdoor Toy Shed and a wee playhouse for the little one! Brilliant xx :3


Oh how I laugh at such ludicrous posts, half an hour! It's a ten minute job to unpack it and see what you've got, why do people lie and exaggerate to such an extent?





I totally agree. Mine took me 31 minutes.

Half an hour my a rse!
sb123 3 Likes #206
bulkomuff
sb123
Both of mine arrived yesterday, and as of today, they are both up! Hubby had put a level base down the day before - the first one took about 2 hours to put up, the second just over half an hour! Check out the YouTube video link I posted on page 2 for info on how to put it up.

Once again, thank you OP - we now have an Outdoor Toy Shed and a wee playhouse for the little one! Brilliant xx :3


Oh how I laugh at such ludicrous posts, half an hour! It's a ten minute job to unpack it and see what you've got, why do people lie and exaggerate to such an extent?


Why is it that behind a keyboard, people like yourself get pleasure in being so rude and judgemental? Believe what you like, 30 minutes...fact. Second time round was a doddle, there's nothing to the sheds.

Ok....the box was already unpacked, the pieces laid out, the battery screwdriver charged and we'd had our Weetabix, I said put up not unpack!
Phila4#207
I would say 30 minutes or thereabouts for the second one is totally doable.

Anyway, the link posted by sb123 on page 3 clearly shows the Keter people doing in in 4 mins 38 seconds. The camera never lies, so 30 mins is totally believable.

Anyway, it's not the shed that takes the time, it's getting the ruddy level base right!
getmore4less#208
Once you have done something, the second time is usualy much quicker.

Looking at the parts, 2 people 20-30mins should be easy(with a flat base) knowing how it goes together and having the parts sorted..
getmore4less#209
got round to doing my 6x3 today.

From a flat(ish) base and all parts sorted, 3.5hrs.made the mistake of getting too close to the fence and a couple of trees.

main panels up quick but helps to be able to get to both sides.
the hand bolts are a bit fiddly would make a tool to go on a ratchet if doing again

Messed about with the 4 roof frame pieces If you stick them on and put in the bolts it will pull into shape.

Roof panels were too big and not square so needed trimming took a while to realise they were not going to fit. diaonals were out by 10mm(ish)

Took quite a bit of time working out the squarest edges and the one that needed trimming to go into the top strut.

Jigged them up and used a planer to trim off the 8mm taper to bring them true and actualy fit the roof frame. once they fit 10 mins to screw down.

the front slabs are not 100% level so the doors are off a bit.

Definately a 2 is much better than one job
mcguireg#210
there is still some of these sheds around but you have to call them i know south shields still have them

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