Arrow (Apex) Metal Garden Shed - 6 x 7ft. 381/4365, £159.99 ar Argos
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Arrow (Apex) Metal Garden Shed - 6 x 7ft. 381/4365, £159.99 ar Argos

£159.99
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Found 31st Aug 2016Made hot 31st Aug 2016
Looks decent enough.

Product Description/Spec
Arrow (Apex) Metal Garden Shed - 6 x 7ft.
New steel apex shed from the Worlds leading manufacturer Arrow U. S. A. Overall dimensions 194 x 212 cm with generous eaves height of 170cm. Double lockable sliding doors give overall opening of 81 x 165 cm for easy access.

Made from 100% galvanized steel , the shed has an attractive 2 tone anthracite grey finish and comes with a manufacturers 10 year no rust perforation guarantee.
Sliding lockable doors .
H190, W191, D199cm.
W6ft, D7ft.
Base size W194cm, D212cm.
Base size D7ft, base size W6ft.
Anchor kit not provided.
Base not included.
2 people required for assembly.

15 Comments

Great Deal

Also 8 x 6 available for £199.99 (Half Price)
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Would this be too cold to sleep in during the winter months?
Thinking of getting one for my wife.

I must be getting soft in my old age worrying about the cold!

dont buy a metal shed. I ignored advice and bought a metal shed, now I'm wishing it would just disappear overnight. They are so damp it's unbelievable.

Never put anything in a shed you wouldn't want to get damp. Metal sheds are fine.
Is the door on 7ft or 6ft side?

moosery2

dont buy a metal shed. I ignored advice and bought a metal shed, now I'm … dont buy a metal shed. I ignored advice and bought a metal shed, now I'm wishing it would just disappear overnight. They are so damp it's unbelievable.


Insulate it

ordered the 8x6
regarding condensation, wouldnt a couple of ventilation holes drilled just under the over hang on both sides help with letting the warmer air escape?

graybags

Never put anything in a shed you wouldn't want to get damp. Metal sheds … Never put anything in a shed you wouldn't want to get damp. Metal sheds are fine.Is the door on 7ft or 6ft side?


Appears to be on the 7ft side

Mixed reviews on Argos also remember you need a good base as my father had one many years ago and they are very light when up.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 31st Aug 2016

These things are prob great in a dry climate - like Arizona!

kevjosant

Appears to be on the 7ft side


surely the door would be on the width and not depth. And the depth is the longer measurement.

Damp even when insulated, spend 2 days putting these up including concrete base, go rusty after 3 years even after a yearly clean and protection. Buy a wooden shed so much easier and quicker in the long run, and will outlast these sheds

It could end up in a divorce


leesadlier

ordered the 8x6regarding condensation, wouldnt a couple of ventilation … ordered the 8x6regarding condensation, wouldnt a couple of ventilation holes drilled just under the over hang on both sides help with letting the warmer air escape?



you'd think, but even leaving the doors open doesn't work. A wooden shed is the way to go. It really is.

+1 for wooden shed, but make sure to raise it off the ground especially if it's where leaves can gather or the base will rot. I used a frame of 4"x3" and put that frame on some sacrificial blocks that can be replaced if necessary.

Bought the larger 8x6 shed which was a great price at £199 with £8.95 for delivery.

Not bothered about condensation as I will store tools etc in this one and have the more delicate stuff ( whatever that is!!) in the wooden shed.
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