9ft (2.74m) Rolling Christmas Tree Storage Bag on Wheels £11.96 Instore or £19.99 Online inc VAT @ Costco
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9ft (2.74m) Rolling Christmas Tree Storage Bag on Wheels £11.96 Instore or £19.99 Online inc VAT @ Costco

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Found 21st Dec 2017Edited by:"FrootLoop"
Doesn't have to be used as xmas tree storage. Could be used as a stocking for greedy folk. I'm sure there will be many more suggestions.

This storage bag features a U-zippered opening, inner compression straps, and a newly redesigned handling system including swivel wheels, a front metal support bar, and a rear metal handle. The strong, all-steel frame and extra durable fabric will ensure your storage bag will hold up for years to come.
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I could fit one ex wife and her mother in there!
Body transporter !. 2nd thoughts great deal, my own cheap coffin.
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I could fit one ex wife and her mother in there!
Body transporter !. 2nd thoughts great deal, my own cheap coffin.
First thing I thought was you could put a body in that, must stop watching murders on TV!
Now that’s a clever idea... the product... not what the voice comments said...
Will this keep my real tree fresh until next year?
Was £11 in Reading Costco on Tuesday
Individual membership is £28.
A golf travel bag is the same, half price
nougat5 h, 24 m ago

I could fit one ex wife and her mother in there!


Well I couldn’t fit your wife in there unless it was the XXL version
charlie_hall944 h, 24 m ago

Now that’s a clever idea... the product... not what the voice comments s …Now that’s a clever idea... the product... not what the voice comments said...


I agree! Been needing something like this for years as the boxes they come in are useless after a year or so and this would make life so much easier
Christmas stock is reduced in store (Sheffield branch at least) and these were £11.97 on Tuesday.

some of their games and kids toys were already reduced as well so worth a look.
You could put the ghost of Christmas Past in it
To save needless expenditure by would be disposers, a flaccid body would slump to the bottom of the bag rendering the wheels useless. To use this you would have to wait until rigor mortis sets in, so you would have to be in a position to wait from 12 to 24 hours dependent on ambient temperature. You could then have as little as 12 hours before they go flaccid again! Bodies are quite heavy and, unsurprisingly, not very cooperative. A normal body bag is heavy duty material and has four or six side handles ( available from CSI equipment .com for about £25 ).
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dogpatch16 m ago

To save needless expenditure by would be disposers, a flaccid body would …To save needless expenditure by would be disposers, a flaccid body would slump to the bottom of the bag rendering the wheels useless. To use this you would have to wait until rigor mortis sets in, so you would have to be in a position to wait from 12 to 24 hours dependent on ambient temperature. You could then have as little as 12 hours before they go flaccid again! Bodies are quite heavy and, unsurprisingly, not very cooperative. A normal body bag is heavy duty material and has four or six side handles ( available from CSI equipment .com for about £25 ).


Don’t forget about fluids building up at the base and possibly seeping out where the castors are connected. It would leave an awful trail.
I've got a little one, will it be OK for this?
sparklehedgehog1 h, 47 m ago

Well I couldn’t fit your wife in there unless it was the XXL version


glad to know you've fattened my ex wife up, prison and rehab made her so frail.
This will be perfect for when we go away for the weekend and the OH wants to being "a few things"! Heat added.
11.96 in store
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