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Plastic Fuel Can now £1.97 @wickes

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
£7 or £8 usually everywhere
Pour spout and deep cap seal
Manufactured from High-density polyethylene plastic
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#1
Great for burning down Dan's barn.

That'll teach him to put his **** where it's not wanted !
#2
£7/£8 else where. really? if so, hot
#3
a green one for 2.50 at Home bargains.
#4
when the cops came through me and dre stood next to a burnt down house
with a can full of gas and a handful of matches - still weren't found out
#5
£7/8? The website states it's normally £6.49 and most garages will charge you only a fiver
#6
Good price
#7
Delivery and Packaging Costs
£5.95

That is standard, I also have option of:
Saturday Delivery (Priced at £5.00, this option is not available for products with extended lead times)
Next-Day Morning Delivery (Priced £5.00, this option is not available for products with extended lead times)

Is this a glitch? If not, cold, especially if that is all you are ordering!
#8
how long is petrol good for in one of these?

Edited By: m27try on Dec 21, 2010 18:48
#9
I believe the proper name is a Jerry can
#10
A jerry can is the name for the large metal fuel containers that many people still use for the newer 5L plastic containers
#11
:{fuel container but deleivery is 400 times more
#12
Why hot? No option for in-store pick up and delivery is £5.95 - more than these cost in petrol stations.
#13
You can never carry enough spare petrol - come the revolution it'll be the people with petrol who are the kings.
#14
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You can never carry enough spare petrol - come the revolution it'll be the people with petrol who are the kings.


I got one of these free with my car, it's mounted underneath and holds about 60 litres

Edited By: peodude on Dec 22, 2010 13:50
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#16
£7 or £8 usually everywhere ?

Wow, I used to get wazzed off paying a couple of quid for these several years ago, have about four in the shed, didn't realise they had got so expensive!
#17
Voted cold, Posting is £5.95
#18
I got mine today, apparently it was last one that they had in stock online but it didn't come with any spout to help pour out the liquid contents so it's going back for a full refund.

I had tried one of these on Thursday from Aldi for £2.99 but they didn't have them stocked at my local Aldi in Catford so maybe it's only available in the bigger ones?

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/special_buys3_16928.htm

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