80 Litre Sensor bin £35.98 inc VAT@ Costco instore Gateshead
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80 Litre Sensor bin £35.98 inc VAT@ Costco instore Gateshead

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Found 13th Nov 2014
Great price I haven't found a good sensor bin for anywhere near this price especially the size it is. I've been checking online but that's out of stock, Gateshead store has loads in stock, I bought one and it's great just thought I would give you the heads up if you're passing a Costco and in need deffo worth checking!

Instruction Manual
Throwing away your rubbish just got easier! With the Nine Stars Motion Sensor Waste Bin all you need to do is place your hand or trash in the sensor range and the lid will automatically open, and seconds later will automatically close. No more searching for the pedal to step on, everything is hands free when throwing away your rubbish. With its sleek design and its convenient, sanitary use, this waste bin is perfect for any kitchen, while its large 80 litre capacity means you won't need to empty it as often.

Specification

Hands free / touchless operation
Reduces cross contamination
Soft close ergonomic damper lid
Easy-Clip Lid adheres lid to waste bin body for easy removal of the bag
Plastic bag stabiliser insert
Finger print resistant, brushed stainless steel finish
Non skid base
Sensor range: 10 inches (25.4cm) and 130 degrees
Batteries required: 4 x AA size batteries (not included)
Capacity: 80 litre
Weight: 6.9 kg
Dimensions: H 85 x W 37.9 x D 37.9 cm
- See more at: costco.co.uk/vie…890

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I've just got one of these, fantastic for the price but be warned it's huge!!

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bex110

I've just got one of these, fantastic for the price but be warned it's … I've just got one of these, fantastic for the price but be warned it's huge!!



I agree there lol but can't complain about that eh? It's my new toy x

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bex110

I've just got one of these, fantastic for the price but be warned it's … I've just got one of these, fantastic for the price but be warned it's huge!!



Oh and where did you get yours from?

Yep, these are pretty good and built quite sturdily, but getting used to the size took a while. I would also say that the rim on which the binbag 'rail' sits on can get in the way when removing a full bag from the bin, and can sometimes tear it. I get around this by layhing the bin horizontally, and rolling it if the bag get's caught.

These should be used in hospitals for infection control

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rsb

These should be used in hospitals for infection control



I agree would make sense. I'm a bit over the top about washing my hands lol so for me it's perfect

rsb

These should be used in hospitals for infection control



Most already have step bins

Is the bin in the pic an 80 litre?

OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in there that delivers enough savings (apart from the hot dog meal deal)

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123lola

Is the bin in the pic an 80 litre?



Yes it is I have taken the picture off their websit which is the one I have

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gazdoubleu

OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in t … OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in there that delivers enough savings (apart from the hot dog meal deal)



It will be useful to people who are already a member....

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LetoKynes

Most already have step bins



Yeah they do like

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Kazzaca

CommentYes it is I have taken the picture off their websit which is the … CommentYes it is I have taken the picture off their websit which is the one I have



#website

Bought one from Farnborough branch. Bargain. Nice and deep. Takes ages to fill! Well worth £36

Takes 8x AA batteries. Remember those.
Edited by: "kamtheman" 13th Nov 2014

Had this for a couple months or so now.

About the batteries - be careful when removing the lid as i've managed to lose one of the battery compartments, it must have come loose and got lost in the rubbish.
Luckily it runs fine just with one compartment of 4x AA
Although it's 80L, I'd recommend smaller bags as they're easier to get out of the bin. Don't cram it either, otherwise it's a pain to get out.

Which bags fit these bins, are they stocked at most supermarkets and approx. price of them please?

Thanks.

the bags costco sell fit this bin.

also, great bin, however when buying i suggest checking the insert which holds the lid in place (a piece of plastic that sits around the insert at the top of the bin) the older model of the bin which comes in exactly the same packaging has a lip that sticks out all the way around the insert. This means that getting the bag out of the bin once it's full becomes a real issue as the bag will get caught on the lip.

just check that it's a removable plastic insert, not the one they glued in.

This is an excellent bin and just a little bigger than our previous bin and looks and works great and good value for money

Fits standard bin liners ☺️

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cheekster

Which bags fit these bins, are they stocked at most supermarkets and … Which bags fit these bins, are they stocked at most supermarkets and approx. price of them please?Thanks.



I bought my bin bags from Costco while I was there thought it would be better to invest in some better quality ones seems as there's a lot more weight going in it now



always one isn't there


gazdoubleu

OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in t … OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in there that delivers enough savings (apart from the hot dog meal deal)

cheekster

Which bags fit these bins, are they stocked at most supermarkets and … Which bags fit these bins, are they stocked at most supermarkets and approx. price of them please?Thanks.



always one isn't there, if there isn't much in there how do they keep opening the stores, why are the check outs always chocker and why do I spend £70 each time and have friends who give me a list


gazdoubleu

OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in t … OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in there that delivers enough savings (apart from the hot dog meal deal)

cheekster

Which bags fit these bins, are they stocked at most supermarkets and … Which bags fit these bins, are they stocked at most supermarkets and approx. price of them please?Thanks.



think they are on offer as well

Kazzaca

I bought my bin bags from Costco while I was there thought it would be … I bought my bin bags from Costco while I was there thought it would be better to invest in some better quality ones seems as there's a lot more weight going in it now



It is worth buying Costco membership for binbags and toilet paper alone.

Cracking deal btw

Especially designed for those incapable of opening the lid of an ordinary bid !

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kamtheman

Bought one from Farnborough branch. Bargain. Nice and deep. Takes ages to … Bought one from Farnborough branch. Bargain. Nice and deep. Takes ages to fill! Well worth £36Takes 8x AA batteries. Remember those.



Yep I stocked up on the Duracell Procell batteries on Amazon £12 for 40 and they work great

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Thoughtful

Especially designed for those incapable of opening the lid of an ordinary … Especially designed for those incapable of opening the lid of an ordinary bid !



Or making life easier for people who are constantly washing their hands while cooking lunch

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eslick

always one isn't there, if there isn't much in there how do they keep … always one isn't there, if there isn't much in there how do they keep opening the stores, why are the check outs always chocker and why do I spend £70 each time and have friends who give me a list :(£130 for my last visit lol £2.50 Nutella, coffee beans, bin, cereal, bin liners, all important cakes lol! Xthink they are on offer as well

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Quickdraw

It is worth buying Costco membership for binbags and toilet paper … It is worth buying Costco membership for binbags and toilet paper alone.Cracking deal btw



Thanks I thought it wasn't going to go hot cos it's had so many cold voters but if you're a member the price of this bin is great!

Saw this in the Hayes CostCo too; thought it was a good deal as the bin is a pretty large capacity.

Great device at a decent price. I use the large bags with tie handles from Aldi.

Quickdraw

It is worth buying Costco membership for binbags and toilet paper … It is worth buying Costco membership for binbags and toilet paper alone.Cracking deal btw



Perhaps it's time to change your diet..:{

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bbbazman

Perhaps it's time to change your diet..:{



Love it!

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EssexBoiTroi

the bags costco sell fit this bin.also, great bin, however when buying i … the bags costco sell fit this bin.also, great bin, however when buying i suggest checking the insert which holds the lid in place (a piece of plastic that sits around the insert at the top of the bin) the older model of the bin which comes in exactly the same packaging has a lip that sticks out all the way around the insert. This means that getting the bag out of the bin once it's full becomes a real issue as the bag will get caught on the lip.just check that it's a removable plastic insert, not the one they glued in.


Mine is removable

gazdoubleu

OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in t … OK but you have to shell out £20 - £25 to be a member and not much in there that delivers enough savings (apart from the hot dog meal deal)



I joined the executive club a few years back. That's a £60 membership, but gives you 2% back off most purchases at the end of the year.
Having a large household, it's easier to buy stuff in bulk, along with the occasional electrical item and odds and end here and there. Normally end up getting a £50-70 voucher back each year, thus paying the membership fee..

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amaru007

I joined the executive club a few years back. That's a £60 membership, … I joined the executive club a few years back. That's a £60 membership, but gives you 2% back off most purchases at the end of the year. Having a large household, it's easier to buy stuff in bulk, along with the occasional electrical item and odds and end here and there. Normally end up getting a £50-70 voucher back each year, thus paying the membership fee..



That deffo makes it worthwhile

Kazzaca

Or making life easier for people who are constantly washing their hands … Or making life easier for people who are constantly washing their hands while cooking lunch



That's why they invented the pedal bin !

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Thoughtful

That's why they invented the pedal bin !



I've gone through about three bins in the past couple of years and it's always been because of the pedal they've had to be replaced time for a change and so far it's a winner for me but agree it's not for everyone

It's a nice bin, it is a bit temperamental though, sometimes it won't close even when you press the button and as previously mentioned don't overload it as bags are quite hard to remove, even with the removable rim at the top. Great price for what it is

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noddle36

Great device at a decent price. I use the large bags with tie handles … Great device at a decent price. I use the large bags with tie handles from Aldi.



How much are they please and how many in a pack? Are they thicker than normal too?

£36 for a bin??? This is like you buy a £200 wallet but you've got only a few quid to put in. LOL you guys are just richhhhh!
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