145 litre garden storage trunk with wheels £12.99 instore only @ Aldi, Leicester
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145 litre garden storage trunk with wheels £12.99 instore only @ Aldi, Leicester

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145 litre garden storage trunk with wheels £12.99 instore only @ Aldi, Leicester
Posted 16th SepAvailable: East Midlands (Leicestershire)
Large 145 litre storage box with wheels and clip lid
In store only as the website says not available
Picked up one in Loughborough this morning plenty left
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I bought 3 during the lockdown for £9.99, from Cottingham brand (reduced to clear)
Very solid storage boxes.
Waterproof?
Sell them often in Homebase too. Well worth sub-£15
Saw these in asda for 15. I bought them in lockdown for 16 from argos.
Alessandra1516/09/2020 09:02

I bought 3 during the lockdown for £9.99, from Cottingham brand (reduced …I bought 3 during the lockdown for £9.99, from Cottingham brand (reduced to clear) Very solid storage boxes.


You bought 3 during the lockdown? Did you lock yourself in a box? You didn’t have to do that you know.
These are really good, I keep all my chicken feed in them
I've moved home frequently over the past few years. These are amazing. Solid, can stack them and roll them, and keep things dry in sheds with leaks. Amazing for storage and moving- I can fit 3 in the back of a medium size estate.
Does anyone know the measurements?
Wondering if my tent will fit inside :/
iambigred16/09/2020 10:02

These are really good, I keep all my chicken feed in them


How much chicken feed / chickens do you have ? These boxes are huge
TylerDurdenUK16/09/2020 12:26

How much chicken feed / chickens do you have ? These boxes are huge


3 chickens, when full; 25kg of feed (layers pellets), 25kg of corn, 25kg of grit.
Edited by: "iambigred" 16th Sep
iambigred16/09/2020 10:02

These are really good, I keep all my chicken feed in them



Normally, people who have chickens also have rats. Rats will easily gnaw through any plastic bin, so I suppose you don't have rats...yet
jasee16/09/2020 21:19

Normally, people who have chickens also have rats. Rats will easily gnaw …Normally, people who have chickens also have rats. Rats will easily gnaw through any plastic bin, so I suppose you don't have rats...yet


No rats to my knowledge, however my run is well protected and I would be surprised if a rat could chew through this box it is pretty heavy duty plastic.
We cut a hole through one of these for our chickens to nest in. They absolutely love it as a little raised laying box. Plus it's so easy to keep clean, and no little nooks for mites to hide in. I got them from Homebase and they are awesome for the money. I use the other one to store a 10ft pool and pump which it easily fit.
Edited by: "MungoSplodge" 16th Sep
iambigred16/09/2020 21:23

No rats to my knowledge, however my run is well protected and I would be …No rats to my knowledge, however my run is well protected and I would be surprised if a rat could chew through this box it is pretty heavy duty plastic.



Here in the country they gnaw through everything except metal. Galvenised steel bins are the only answer
Have so many ants 🐜 in garden that would be afraid 😧 that one night box
will drive away and wheels will make it easier for that funny insects!
PAISAL16/09/2020 09:52

You bought 3 during the lockdown? Did you lock yourself in a box? You …You bought 3 during the lockdown? Did you lock yourself in a box? You didn’t have to do that you know.


Excellent !
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