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Brabantia 50L Touch Bin in Matt Black at Asda half price now £40
Brabantia 50L Touch Bin in Matt Black at Asda half price now £40

Brabantia 50L Touch Bin in Matt Black at Asda half price now £40

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Hi,
First post, was looking to purchase a 50l touch bin and came across this today, a bargain for this:

Description
Extra large opening, 50 litres capacity, in stylish matt black. With soft-touch closing, made of easy clean, durable corrosion-resistant materials, including removable stainless steel lid unit. 10 year manufacturer�s guarantee.

Full Specification
Type Touch Bin
Dimensions Measures: H70.5 x Diameter 40cm.
Additional Features Made of durable corrosion-resistant materials, easy to clean, removable stainless steel lid unit, matching Brabantia bin liners available.
Capacity 50 litres

20 Comments

Great price. Would love one of these, but my cat would jump on it and open the lid...

Nice one - H&R well and truly deserved. :thumbsup:

£40.....for a bin....for your rubbish.....why?

I am well aware this is not the most expensive but I will never understand why anybody would pay this much never mind anymore for a bin!

I will not vote hot or cold as it is a good deal, i.e half price but still £40.....for a bin....for your rubbish!

amazonboy;7372573

£40.....for a bin....for your rubbish.....why?I am well aware this is not … £40.....for a bin....for your rubbish.....why?I am well aware this is not the most expensive but I will never understand why anybody would pay this much never mind anymore for a bin! I will not vote hot or cold as it is a good deal, i.e half price but still £40.....for a bin....for your rubbish!



Simple answer - because they're worth it. And because people who buy them like to have good quality items in their houses, rather than plasticky junk. ;-)

amazonboy;7372573

£40.....for a bin....for your rubbish.....why?I am well aware this is not … £40.....for a bin....for your rubbish.....why?I am well aware this is not the most expensive but I will never understand why anybody would pay this much never mind anymore for a bin! I will not vote hot or cold as it is a good deal, i.e half price but still £40.....for a bin....for your rubbish!



They have a 10year warranty (and the will replace parts gratis), so sub-divide, £4 per year works out cheaper than a plastic one every couple of years. As long as you have a habit of looking after things that is.

Newbold;7372715

Simple answer - because they're worth it. And because people who buy … Simple answer - because they're worth it. And because people who buy them like to have good quality items in their houses, rather than plasticky junk. ;-)



But it's a bin for goodness sake! How is it any better than a plastic one? Because the lid comes up when you press it? I'd rather spend my money on something else thankyou very much sir!

amazonboy;7372573

£40.....for a bin....for your rubbish.....why?I am well aware this is not … £40.....for a bin....for your rubbish.....why?I am well aware this is not the most expensive but I will never understand why anybody would pay this much never mind anymore for a bin! I will not vote hot or cold as it is a good deal, i.e half price but still £40.....for a bin....for your rubbish!



Because it is well made, has a 10 year guarantee and won't fall apart like the Sainsbury's one I bought last year for not much less. The cheapest 50l bin you can get is around £8 and looks like an ugly lump of plastic. People buy bins like this for their longevity and their looks. I really don't see why you felt the need to post on this deal as your "logic" could apply to many things. I for one was waiting for a Brabantia bin to come half price and have now bought one so Heat and Rep to the OP.

amazonboy;7372758

But it's a bin for goodness sake! How is it any better than a plastic … But it's a bin for goodness sake! How is it any better than a plastic one? Because the lid comes up when you press it? I'd rather spend my money on something else thankyou very much sir!



I take it that shirt in your picture is a cheap fake then as why would anyone pay £40 for a shirt that costs £4 to make? I can't believe you opened a deal you had no interest in just to sneer at people who like good deals on well made merchandise.

can someone clarify what is the whole thing made of, aluminium i would presume and hope! ??

Excellent. Have always wanted one of these but couldn't justify £80. Bought a cheap bin at half price for £20 from Argos less than a month ago and the lid has broken already so ordered for collection from my local store. heat and rep.

Looks nice in black i bought the aluminum one last time round its great-all the people who say its just a bin lol its so much more stylish when you see & use it !

amazonboy;7372758

But it's a bin for goodness sake! How is it any better than a plastic … But it's a bin for goodness sake! How is it any better than a plastic one? Because the lid comes up when you press it? I'd rather spend my money on something else thankyou very much sir!



Good for you. You buy your cheap bins and we'll buy ones that look good and last well. You don't by any chance drive a Trabant do you? :whistling:

dirtyberty;7372863

can someone clarify what is the whole thing made of, aluminium i would … can someone clarify what is the whole thing made of, aluminium i would presume and hope! ??


anyone??

Quality bins. Wilko's make lemon scented bags to fit them perfectly (about £2 for 10). Because of the way the bag fits, and how sturdy the bin is, you can fill it to totally to the brim and can squash the rubbish down as much as you want (without fear of bin falling / bag splitting etc).

I have to have a bin on display and would not use anything else. May as well have something that is practical and looks good. Before anyone says 'all bins are the same', they can't have ever used one and believe people pay the high price for no reason

you have to have a bin on display??!!

dirtyberty;7376029

you have to have a bin on display??!!



http://i692.photobucket.com/albums/vv281/wicked2627/IMG_1438.jpg

Yep. No better bin to have though imo. (even in my old flat where it was hidden)

everybody seems to be taking my comments a little too seriously. Never meant to offend anyone by stating that £40 for a bin seems a bit silly. I'm sorry that I won't ever pay that for a bin and join the cool bin crew.

EDIT: And as for the £40 for a £4 top, (that's not me ) I don't buy football shirts anymore, work in sports retail and know exactly what they cost so won't be ripped off. Could you not apply the same logic to these bins as I can guarantee they don't cost £40 (or £80) to make.

dirtyberty;7374337

anyone??



coated stainless steel - hence the anti-corrosion guarantee.

not a bad deal then for £40, seeing as its made from Stainless Steel and is completely rigid

Wicked666;7376409

Yep. No better bin to have though imo. (even in my old flat where it was … Yep. No better bin to have though imo. (even in my old flat where it was hidden)


your obviously not short of a few quid
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