Really Useful Box 77 Litre Christmas Tree Box £17 Instore @ Hobbycraft - HotUKDeals
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Really Useful Box 77 Litre Christmas Tree Box £17.00 Instore @ Hobbycraft

£17.00 @ Hobbycraft
Most places have this for £24.99. B&Q has it for £20 and Hobbycraft now doing it instore (as i can't find on the website) for £17 Keeps your tree nice and clean and neat for the 11 months it isn't … Read More
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Most places have this for £24.99. B&Q has it for £20 and Hobbycraft now doing it instore (as i can't find on the website) for £17

Keeps your tree nice and clean and neat for the 11 months it isn't in use tucked away in the loft.

77 litres of high quality storage from a well known brand.
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5 Likes #1
A couple of bin bags is cheaper though.....
1 Like #2
Good boxes, bought a smaller one yesterday - Blodon Asda has them reduced.
#3
toiletseatlicker
A couple of bin bags is cheaper though.....

Can you get a full bin bag through your loft hatch though??
9 Likes #4
Why not just put your tree back in the cardboard box that it came with at purchase?
8 Likes #5
ahenners
Why not just put your tree back in the cardboard box that it came with at purchase?
...that's how the spiders get in, lay their eggs and the babies come out and attack you...
2 Likes #6
Trueogre
ahenners
Why not just put your tree back in the cardboard box that it came with at purchase?
...that's how the spiders get in, lay their eggs and the babies come out and attack you...

really useful boxes aren't as air tight as you might think, I've found creepy crawlies in some of mine in the loft, but I'm happy to leave the critters alone, if they'll deal with the sleeping queen wasps that also have a nasty habit of living in my loft :-)

mike
1 Like #7
Thanks. As per Hobbycraft website, it is actually even slightly better at £17 (vs. £17.99 in your post) :)

http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/supplyimages/WF1049/RubXmasBox-2311.jpg
#8
Belga
Thanks. As per Hobbycraft website, it is actually even slightly better at £17 (vs. £17.99 in your post) :)http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/supplyimages/WF1049/RubXmasBox-2311.jpg

Amended post, thanks!

And can't believe i missed that rather large advert on their website. :(

Edited By: ThePasty on Nov 24, 2016 10:56
1 Like #9
Trueogre
ahenners
Why not just put your tree back in the cardboard box that it came with at purchase?
...that's how the spiders get in, lay their eggs and the babies come out and attack you...


Great, should be fun bringing the tree out of the loft next weekend then! :)
#10
Trueogre
ahenners
Why not just put your tree back in the cardboard box that it came with at purchase?
...that's how the spiders get in, lay their eggs and the babies come out and attack you...


I'm a massive RUB fan but I've resisted for years for exactly this resson....and for the record I seal it every year with parcel tape so the spiders can nest everywhere else...and nd Do...and nd long with the aforementioned wasp queen ;)
1 Like #11
Fed up of this site. I've been using the box for years, why do I now feel that I need this. Glad it's instore, as I really can't be asked to travel for this :) Heat
#12
Dimensions
External: 1,201 x 270 x 355
Internal: 1,135 x 232 x 340
(length x width x depth in mm)

(_;)
4 Likes #13
Got one last year, stored the tree in it and when I took it out this year the tree was dead just a mass of decomposed pine needles.

Thinking of getting an artificial tree this year.
1 Like #14
Monaco Blue
Glad it's instore, as I really can't be asked to travel for this:) Heat

X)

Edited By: kowalski on Nov 25, 2016 02:13
#15
Do you have to water the tree or does it seal and keep the moisture in ?
Interesting how it keeps your tree alive for 12 months.

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