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Blue 5 Tier Garage Shelving Unit, Storage Rack Steel Shelf Bay £19.54 Delivered Using Code From Neodirect / eBay
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Posted 15th Sep

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Blue 5 Tier Garage Shelving Unit, Storage Rack Steel Shelf Bay £19.54 Delivered. This isn't a bad price for some metal storage shelves Use code PERKS15 plus if you need two sets the price reduces to £17.58 each plus this can be fitted together Horizontal or vertically.

Features

  • 5 Tier Garage/Warehouse Shelving
  • Includes Extra Under Support Brackets For Shelves
  • Includes MDF Shelves Size: 70 x 30 CM approx.
  • Shelf Capacity: 175KG evenly distributed support thickness:
  • 5.00mm MDF board thickness:
  • 5mm Coated Moulded feet
  • Some basic assembly required, please use protective gloves.
Specifications

  • Steel
  • External: 150cm High x 30cm Deep x 70cm Wide Shelf Size: 70 x 30 CM approx

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Top comments
Look at Big Dug for some good racking, had some in my garage now for 6 years and not budged an inch. With regards to the boltless ones just bend the tabs up with a screwdriver and they become a lot sturdier.
For those who have commented on the size of this unit, for an extra 75p you might consider a taller, wider and deeper unit?: 180x90x40cm ebay item or ebay item or ebay item. All 3 sellers have them at £20.29 delivered
Good price. I hate the boltless ones though. They're basically held together by hooks and gravity which means the slightest knock and the shelves pop out of their supports. God forbid you want to assemble them somewhere and then move them into position. You just end up with a pile of bits on the floor
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Good price. I hate the boltless ones though. They're basically held together by hooks and gravity which means the slightest knock and the shelves pop out of their supports. God forbid you want to assemble them somewhere and then move them into position. You just end up with a pile of bits on the floor
30 cm depth isnt much, Im currently looking at options on screwfix and toolstation, pricier but probably better in the long run
TocTheYounger15/09/2020 11:47

30 cm depth isnt much, Im currently looking at options on screwfix and …30 cm depth isnt much, Im currently looking at options on screwfix and toolstation, pricier but probably better in the long run


I bought one the other day from racking solutions through amazon it was £125 but very solid
Look at Big Dug for some good racking, had some in my garage now for 6 years and not budged an inch. With regards to the boltless ones just bend the tabs up with a screwdriver and they become a lot sturdier.
They've added a refurbed black set. Two of those with PERKS15 brings price to £33.98 or £16.89 each.
This size you can usually get for £15 per rack.
Photographs for all racking can be deceptive, so use the measurements they give and map the size out yourself with a tape measure. A lot of the cheap racking is only about shoulder high, yet looks like 6ft in the photos.
cjdshaw15/09/2020 11:43

Good price. I hate the boltless ones though. They're basically held …Good price. I hate the boltless ones though. They're basically held together by hooks and gravity which means the slightest knock and the shelves pop out of their supports. God forbid you want to assemble them somewhere and then move them into position. You just end up with a pile of bits on the floor


Not what I have found with the boltless racking I have in my shed. All very solid and holding all my tools, beers etc without any issues.
Only 150 cm high which is about chest height for top shelf so each shelf only about 25-40cm in height but from first glance at photo assumed it would be about 7-8ft. Looking for one but would prefer a taller one.
Can anyone recommend any units that are all metal? I don't really like the wooden shelves.
External: 150cm High x 30cm Deep x 70cm Wide Shelf Size: 70 x 30 CM approx.

Not very big... pics are deceiving
ncd15/09/2020 16:29

Not what I have found with the boltless racking I have in my shed. All …Not what I have found with the boltless racking I have in my shed. All very solid and holding all my tools, beers etc without any issues.


Cant beat a bit of drunk diy!
The line above the photo gives the dimensions. Only an idiot would look at the photo and imagine how tall they are.
doughnutman15/09/2020 20:15

Cant beat a bit of drunk diy!


With a mitre saw, impact drill, cordless drills, jigsaw etc what could possibly go wrong
Just 5mm thick MDF shelves. They will bow if you put much weight on them.
I bought some cheap MDF shelves like this and with 2 winters they were just growing mould in the garage. The MDF just absorbs all the moisture from the air and they rot and sag in no time. Replaced with chip board and they’re perfect now. I’d look for some with chip board if you’re using them in a shed or garage
I've gone for three of the black units to tidy up my shed! Thanks for the heads up OP.

Get a tub of PVA, throw some in a bucket, add water, stir, cheap roller and apply, it'll keep moisture and mould out, plus let you wipe them down.... top tip!! ;-p
aidan.conway15/09/2020 21:26

Get a tub of PVA, throw some in a bucket, add water, stir, cheap roller …Get a tub of PVA, throw some in a bucket, add water, stir, cheap roller and apply, it'll keep moisture and mould out, plus let you wipe them down.... top tip!! ;-p


Thanks, it was too late for that after a few months. Also the shelves are so thin they don’t hold much weight without bending
Speedbirdjw15/09/2020 21:28

Thanks, it was too late for that after a few months. Also the shelves are …Thanks, it was too late for that after a few months. Also the shelves are so thin they don’t hold much weight without bending


LOL, I just read the description. 5mm thick MDF? A spanner on each then? I got metal ones from Ikea. rubbish too, don't ge tme wrong but as they bolted together, they were half decent when 4 sets were linked together? I think they were only around a tenner apiece from memory? Still, compared to buying 4x2 and doing it yourself and the price of timber, this is a decent price if you're willing to make half a DIY effort?
aidan.conway15/09/2020 21:33

LOL, I just read the description. 5mm thick MDF? A spanner on each then? I …LOL, I just read the description. 5mm thick MDF? A spanner on each then? I got metal ones from Ikea. rubbish too, don't ge tme wrong but as they bolted together, they were half decent when 4 sets were linked together? I think they were only around a tenner apiece from memory? Still, compared to buying 4x2 and doing it yourself and the price of timber, this is a decent price if you're willing to make half a DIY effort?


Yeah I just got some 1 inch chip board and cut it to size. What else was I going to do during lockdown?
Speedbirdjw15/09/2020 21:39

Yeah I just got some 1 inch chip board and cut it to size. What else was I …Yeah I just got some 1 inch chip board and cut it to size. What else was I going to do during lockdown?


This is very true!! What'll you do if we get locked down again? Maybe go for 1" ply? ;-p
aidan.conway15/09/2020 21:51

This is very true!! What'll you do if we get locked down again? Maybe go …This is very true!! What'll you do if we get locked down again? Maybe go for 1" ply? ;-p


Probably annoy my gf by spending more time in the garage doing some other job like making my home gym.
For those who have commented on the size of this unit, for an extra 75p you might consider a taller, wider and deeper unit?: 180x90x40cm ebay item or ebay item or ebay item. All 3 sellers have them at £20.29 delivered
steven.mcdowall15/09/2020 19:44

Can anyone recommend any units that are all metal? I don't really like the …Can anyone recommend any units that are all metal? I don't really like the wooden shelves.


Screwfix heavy duty
Oops. Mdf shelves.
Rack city
Surprisingly solid these shelves. I have the slightly deeper 180x90x40 Bigdug version and have been so impressed I bought another.
I was a bit concerned by the thin shelves too but with the central support bar they're more than happy with heavy items. Can imagine the PVA trick is a good idea as MDF is never great in the garage.
chipstick15/09/2020 20:39

Just 5mm thick MDF shelves. They will bow if you put much weight on them.


I have these in the shed and as I expected the shelves all bowed in the moist air last winter.
chipstick15/09/2020 20:39

Just 5mm thick MDF shelves. They will bow if you put much weight on them.


Speedbirdjw15/09/2020 21:21

I bought some cheap MDF shelves like this and with 2 winters they were …I bought some cheap MDF shelves like this and with 2 winters they were just growing mould in the garage. The MDF just absorbs all the moisture from the air and they rot and sag in no time. Replaced with chip board and they’re perfect now. I’d look for some with chip board if you’re using them in a shed or garage



There is a bar in the middle of the shelves for more support, provided weight is distributed evenly usually fine. I have 600mm depth ones, painted the MDF boards first and have had no mould or bowing for 3 years now. Used in an ouside unheated garage.
These aren’t great quality and company seems to be rubbish. Recently sent me a wheel barrow instead of these shelves
Need these for the she's, thx OP
Love the colour, shame I already have too many storage racks.
Btw. that bottom right pic is a bit misleading I think. You can build it as two independent sections but they don't fit together side by side, just stand on their own.
Code PERKS15 does not appear to be working now, was that a one day code?
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