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Rhino Flexi Tub - £3.00 instore at Asda

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Went to Asda today and there were a stack of these in the gardening aisle without pricing code. Asked one of the instore peeps and found they were £3 each - bought 2. I think this is a good deal as I bought the same type from lidl a couple of weeks ago for £5 and are selling for £6.84 in garden4less.

This deal was posted 2 1/2 months ago by icecreamwoman, but I thought it was worth reposting as these tubs are very handy for gardening and diy.
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#1
very good price, these can be silly prices :D

H+R
banned#2
mugglesquop
very good price, these can be silly prices :D

H+R


true and they can also be used for tons of things
#3
Got some from adsa in bright red and blue, they look fab in the kids bedrooms with toys in.
I also have one i use a a washing basket, you can use them for so many different things.
Heat added
#4
good for storing toys!
#5
Thanks OP! Decent price, I usually see them for £4-5. Shall nip down to ASDA this week as could do with some for my greenhouse.
Missed out on the 15p tesco one's last year =[
#6
Nice find! HOT!

Does anyone know if these are strong enough to hold a few KGs worth of load? I was thinking of using a few buckets to stash away tools and DIY items. Cheers
banned#7
are they the 50 litres ones
#8
I use flexi tubs in the garden to pile up weeds & trimmings, much quicker to dump than using a wheel barrow. Also keep spare potting compost and earth I've tipped out of other pots etc in one, easier to break it up outside a plastic sack. Will look out for these in my local Asda :) cheers
#9
they also have slightly smaller ones for £2
#10
Chemista
Nice find! HOT!

Does anyone know if these are strong enough to hold a few KGs worth of load? I was thinking of using a few buckets to stash away tools and DIY items. Cheers


yeah i use them for my plastering tools and stuff.
#11
Chemista
Nice find! HOT!

Does anyone know if these are strong enough to hold a few KGs worth of load? I was thinking of using a few buckets to stash away tools and DIY items. Cheers


Yes, I mix plaster in them.

It takes a bucket and a half of water + a bag and a half of finish...........about 55 kilos carried by the handles.
#12
Peggy Bedford
are they the 50 litres ones


they are the 40L ones.
#13
These are excellent for dissolving body parts in, the acid eats right through the bath, but not these bad boys!
#14
the buckets are a plumbers dream
you can get these right under pipes for draining systems etc:thumbsup::thumbsup:

great find
#15
M0rg0th
These are excellent for dissolving body parts in, the acid eats right through the bath, but not these bad boys!


'Breaking Bad' reference there? :thumbsup:
#16
i can fill mine almost to the brim with chicken poo and they handle it like a dream


or is that "handle $%it like a dream"??
#17
will come in handy for my next DIY building job :)
#18
scrumpypaul
i can fill mine almost to the brim with chicken poo and they handle it like a dream


or is that "handle $%it like a dream"??


chicken shyte is lightweight......you are over evaluating!

A carrier bag will do you just fine, but you might have to smoke the bag after......we all have to embrace our new green world you know!
#19
Grew my spuds in three bright pink ones of these last year!
Loads of room and a cracking little crop of spuds!
banned#20
the most useful thing on Earth.
Love it
#21
wazzygib
Grew my spuds in three bright pink ones of these last year!
Loads of room and a cracking little crop of spuds!


Did you put drainage holes in the bottom?

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