12L orange plastic bucket £1.00 in store at B&Q
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12L orange plastic bucket £1.00 in store at B&Q

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Found 7th Feb 2015
Popped into B&Q earlier to get some bits to drain my central heating and noticed a mountain of orange buckets at the entrance for £1 each. Grabbed a couple as I thought they'd come in handy!

Comes with a 1 year guarantee, so you can sleep easy, safe in the knowledge that your £1 bucket is unlikely to go spectacularly wrong for at least 12 months.

This is presumably national, as they're also priced at £1 on their website. They're not available for delivery, but you can use the website to check whether your local store has them in stock. All the stores near me have hundreds, so there hopefully won't be too many geese to chase here.

I went for the bright orange buckets because it's easier to see how murky the water is, but if you prefer a black bucket, then this 13.64L one is also only £1 and is currently available for both delivery and click and collect:
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Its always been this price

summerof76

Its always been this price

agreed

Also do black ones for a quid, might be a bit bigger in size

bin there done it

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summerof76

Its always been this price


Still a good deal!

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pugit666

Also do black ones for a quid, might be a bit bigger in size


Yeah, well done for not reading the description

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paul_merton

Yeah, well done for not reading the description



What description?

I got one about 3 years ago same price

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muddassarsardar

I got one about 3 years ago same price


Does it still work?

Banned

muddassarsardar

I got one about 3 years ago same price


Guarantee has now expired. Better buy a new one to be on the safe side.

yes going strong just use it in bathroom or to wash car not as a builders bucket though going a bit green in places limescale is it

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pugit666

CommentWhat description?


The description of this deal?

bruceboy

Guarantee has now expired. Better buy a new one to be on the safe side.



Yep. Better safe than sorry. Could explode any day now, and take some poor bloke's head off.

All ways £1

Hot for effort alone, can't go wrong with 1£ price tag.

These buckets are used in store as a basket and then some fool buys a second hand bucket for a quid.

My father in law borrows these buckets from me and I never see them again.

Ebay perhaps?

I wonder............................;)

Black ones are better, got 4 during the week.
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