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Keter XL store it out £77.00 @ Amazon

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#1
Got one, not bad for £77, I paid £102
#2
Bargain, heat added
#3
I just order one to arrive for tomorrow. Need somewhere to store my daughters garden toys....
#4
nice, but do i need it
4 Likes #5
Will look great in your garden for the summer. But within a year or so the roof will sag in the middle from exposure to the sun - if it survives winter... The roof will whip up in high winds if not sited in a sheltered part of your garden,and as for the pathetic plastic hinges that hold the doors on. Forget it. There is no security with these sheds. The silly lock hasp is plastic. Crap in other words. CS at Keter is all but non-existent. I speak from experience.
3 Likes #6
Saw these in wickes yesterday after contemplating getting one despite the bad reviews, they're huge but looked so flimsy and cheap looking. I need something to keep tools in in the garden as I don't have a garage or room for a shed, but haven't been able to find anything suitable yet :(
Keter is also quite a dirty company, so if being ethical is something you care about, research them before handing your cash over, although I understand that's not important to everyone.
#7
We've had one of these for a few months and the lock and a few of the hinges have already broken, definitely wouldn't recommend!
1 Like #8
I got one for £100 off Amazon 2 months ago. Its great as use as a bin storage, fits our black wheelie bin, blue bin and blue box for recycling.

However, the black hasp catch has broke already. My dad has had 2 replacements sent already - word of warning as mentioned previously the customer service is terrible. Don't try and phone as put on hold for 45 mins + and then you get cut off. Never reply to emails.
#9
I would agree about the quality issues, I wouldn't store anything of great value in it. Very useful for storing things like plant pots, charcoal, small garden tools etc.
Costco have a brown one for about £100, wish I'd seen it before I bought one of these, would blend in much better.

Edited By: steadyeddie on Jun 20, 2014 15:17
#10
Had one. The top blow off in the storm and ripped it apart. Luckily I bought it from costco so could take it back.
#11
There is a new improved one with a better latch now.
#12
Good price, I have 2 of these and paid £120.00 each from Homebase, heat added
#13
Amazon are price matching the Tesco Direct 30% off promotion. If either runs out of stock just order from the other.
1 Like #14
furbix
There is a new improved one with a better latch now.

So which one is this, the new or old one?

And the same question to the one at Tesco...

http://www.tesco.com/direct/keter-store-it-out-xl/203-3620.prd

Thanks
#15
Anyone who has this would it be suitable for coal/wood storage?
#16
Bully
Anyone who has this would it be suitable for coal/wood storage?

yes very good for this

http://www.tesco.com/direct/keter-store-it-out-xl/203-3620.prd £77 + club card points
#17
Thanks, bought.

crabby
#18
Hot! good price. I have two of these, 1 for the bins the other for parking the pushchair. No quality problems here.
#19
had mine for a couple of years, keeps my 430 ergo flex in (no need to fold down handle) plus 4 x armchairs, tools, strimmers and other bits and bobs...never had a problem with it, still good as new.

Edited By: saintscouple on Jun 20, 2014 16:12
#20
furbix
There is a new improved one with a better latch now.

can you show us the difference between the two? curious to see which one of the two I have. I bought mine from homebase, which compared to the photo in the tesco website is slightly different.
#21
wonneil
furbix
There is a new improved one with a better latch now.

So which one is this, the new or old one?

And the same question to the one at Tesco...

http://www.tesco.com/direct/keter-store-it-out-xl/203-3620.prd

Thanks

Thans for the Tesco link. I have enough clubcard vouchers to cover it & didn't know what else I was going to use them on.
#22
Still a lotta wonga for plastic....:p.Fine, but don't expect it to last.
#23
Seagull
Will look great in your garden for the summer. But within a year or so the roof will sag in the middle from exposure to the sun - if it survives winter... The roof will whip up in high winds if not sited in a sheltered part of your garden,and as for the pathetic plastic hinges that hold the doors on. Forget it. There is no security with these sheds. The silly lock hasp is plastic. Crap in other words. CS at Keter is all but non-existent. I speak from experience.

I've had one for a year and a half and mine is perfectly fine - no complaints whatsoever. It is against the house and out of the sun though. Also, it had no problems in the high winds earlier this year, despite my shed roof felt blowing off and both the windows blowing out. I agree re the security, but what do you expect from a plastic shed/storage box?
#24
eatmorefish
Still a lotta wonga for plastic....:p.Fine, but don't expect it to last.

Bought one, probably last at least as long as our 10 year old shed thats coming down, sheds are built craply these days.
#25
The Tesco one you get an additional £10 off if you open a new account minus Postage so difference between 2 is only approx £2 but you get the ClubCard points at Tesco
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Seagull
Will look great in your garden for the summer. But within a year or so the roof will sag in the middle from exposure to the sun - if it survives winter... The roof will whip up in high winds if not sited in a sheltered part of your garden,and as for the pathetic plastic hinges that hold the doors on. Forget it. There is no security with these sheds. The silly lock hasp is plastic. Crap in other words. CS at Keter is all but non-existent. I speak from experience.

Sorry I have to disagree with you.
The only problem I had with mine was the saggy roof. I emailed CS and they sent me a new roof, however the one I received was the new model roof, which meant the diamond clasp didn't fit. Again I emailed CS and they sent me the new clasp. My Keter is now as new, and their service was excellent.
Don't let the negative comments put you off.
At this price it's a good deal.
#27
JABWootton
The Tesco one you get an additional £10 off if you open a new account minus Postage so difference between 2 is only approx £2 but you get the ClubCard points at Tesco

And depends on the colouring too, depends if you prefer the brown or green top, may not bother some, others may feel different.
#28
Sorry I have to disagree with you.
The only problem I had with mine was the saggy roof. I emailed CS and they sent me a new roof, however the one I received was the new model roof, which meant the diamond clasp didn't fit. Again I emailed CS and they sent me the new clasp. My Keter is now as new, and their service was excellent.
Don't let the negative comments put you off.
At this price it's a good deal.


In you opinion. Not mine. Plastic crap.
#29
These are rubbish quality bought 2 last year and both are in bad way after the winter winds. Buy a shed instead
#30
We have had one over a year with no problems. Love it, fits all the overspill from the shed in.
It has been against the fence in front of the shed so maybe is sheltered a little as it didn't move at all after those storms which blew the roof tiles of the house and ripped the door off the shed.
#31
amoulden
These are rubbish quality bought 2 last year and both are in bad way after the winter winds. Buy a shed instead


I have a shed. I need something smaller that's extra to my shed. This is an ideal size
#32
These are garbage - don't waste your money. We have one of these and a Keter shed - both rubbish!
#33
sb123
These are garbage - don't waste your money. We have one of these and a Keter shed - both rubbish!


I have a keter shed, nightmare to put together but pretty solid when up.
#34
rubbish and fall apart, im a postie and see them all the time, sagged and broken !!
#35
Seagull
Will look great in your garden for the summer. But within a year or so the roof will sag in the middle from exposure to the sun - if it survives winter... The roof will whip up in high winds if not sited in a sheltered part of your garden,and as for the pathetic plastic hinges that hold the doors on. Forget it. There is no security with these sheds. The silly lock hasp is plastic. Crap in other words. CS at Keter is all but non-existent. I speak from experience.

That's odd because Keter CS were brilliant when a part of my garden furniture had broken within a year of purchase,I bought it from Amazon and yet Keter still sent me spare parts for free,can't fault them.
#36
Bully

I have a keter shed, nightmare to put together but pretty solid when up.

Just wait til the first proper wind and you won't be saying that!! We have ours on a solid base, screwed down and properly put together yet that didn't stop the wind from ripping off the crappy door with the even crappier hinges. Hubby had to put on a wooden plinthe behind door and proper hinges. Also, Keter customer care is shocking - the shed was supposed to come with a shelf (even on picture and in decription in box).....Keter refused to send one, kept blaming B&Q who had nothing at all to do with it, given the fact the box was factory sealed. ......We found the putting together a joy - sadly the joy was very short-lived!




Edited By: sb123 on Jun 20, 2014 23:01
#37
sb123
Bully

I have a keter shed, nightmare to put together but pretty solid when up.


Just wait til the first proper wind and you won't be saying that!! We have ours on a solid base, screwed down and properly put together yet that didn't stop the wind from ripping off the crappy door with the even crappier hinges. Hubby had to put on a wooden plinthe behind door and proper hinges. Also, Keter customer care is shocking - the shed was supposed to come with a shelf (even on picture and in decription in box).....Keter refused to send one, kept blaming B&Q who had nothing at all to do with it, given the fact the box was factory sealed. ......We found the putting together a joy - sadly the joy was very short-lived!





Have it 4 years and has survived plenty of stormy nights,although i note the split feedback reference the store product here so may pass.on this offer as seems to be more negative than positive at the moment with comments although not sure if these are all owner feedback comments.
#38
This was posted at £71 a month ago, I missed it then so ive just put this one through flubit and got it for £72.38. Flubit came back to me within 4 hours.
#39
awful quality now

changed for the worse a year or so ago hence people with no issues have the older ones

more like laminated cardboard now. Hinges have had to be replaced twice already (bought in feb)

avoid!

Edited By: chocci on Jun 21, 2014 07:28
#40
I've had one for years now. It was easy to assemble and I've had no problems at all. Very happy with it.

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