Brabantia  50L Touch Bin reduced from £109.99 - £27.49 @ Dunelm - Bradford
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Brabantia 50L Touch Bin reduced from £109.99 - £27.49 @ Dunelm - Bradford

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Brabantia Purple 50L Touch Bin reduced from £109.99 - £27.49 at Stcker lane store Bradford Yesterday 01.05.2016
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@ £109 I'd expect it to cook dinner & walk the dog lol
100 quid for a bin seen someone coming
Do they have many in stock or was it a one off?
£100 for a bin, thats just a rubbish price.
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they had a couple more but all the same colour
Is the touching included for £100 or extra?
27.49 for a Barbarian? Bargain!
You've "Bin" Had if you paid £100!
garbage456

£100 for a bin, thats just a rubbish price.




Youve gotta gets some likes just for the joke.
I would refuse to pay £110 for a bin
Edited by: "microwavemasterchef" 2nd May 2016
This thread is 'littered' with useless comments, getting a bit 'trashy'
Edited by: "bikerjodie" 2nd May 2016
surely this is "Garbage"
Good deal, I got the 30l touch in purple for £19.99 in Grantham store.
Good price. Had mine about 10 years now.
Had to replace the catch a couple of times.. but they are only a couple of quid from ebay
grubpot

Good price. Had mine about 10 years now.Had to replace the catch a couple … Good price. Had mine about 10 years now.Had to replace the catch a couple of times.. but they are only a couple of quid from ebay


10 year guarantee, you could have had a couple of free catches in that time.
My receipts stuck inside the outer bin just in case we need to claim.
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 3rd May 2016
Even Bin Laden wouldn't have paid that!
28 quid for a bin. my bin was 5.99. people are crazy
£100 for a bin, lord almighty!! What a pile of crap
Check this one out.... you save £38 with this one!.... dunelm.com/pro…bin
If my bin was £109 id want it to open for me, have a smart screen to play my music and tell me how much more rubbish it can take in siri's voice
GoNz017

10 year guarantee, you could have had a couple of free catches in that … 10 year guarantee, you could have had a couple of free catches in that time.My receipts stuck inside the outer bin just in case we need to claim.



​I claimed for a free catch recently and I didn't have my receipt but they still honoured it ☺
bobzuruncle

​I claimed for a free catch recently and I didn't have my receipt but t … ​I claimed for a free catch recently and I didn't have my receipt but they still honoured it ☺


Yup, Brabantia have been great with me too. Bottom part (the bit on the rim of the bin lid, not the lid itself) broke for me and they sent a whole new lid which would have cost £30 to buy but free of charge to us. No proof, no quibbles. Also, the rotary clothes line we bought, only recently bought it and one of the arms bent by accident from an overly excited young son helping peg the washing out, so they sent us out a whole new rotary line. Again, no hastle. You get what you pay for. Wouldnt pay full £109 price but paid around £60 for our touch bin and it's been spot on. Looks as good as the day we bought it many many years ago.
Edited by: "davej1710" 3rd May 2016
Haha whoever paid £110 for a one has BIN had....
Is it me or does that picture look like R2D2 ?
davej1710

Yup, Brabantia have been great with me too. Bottom part (the bit on the … Yup, Brabantia have been great with me too. Bottom part (the bit on the rim of the bin lid, not the lid itself) broke for me and they sent a whole new lid which would have cost £30 to buy but free of charge to us. No proof, no quibbles. Also, the rotary clothes line we bought, only recently bought it and one of the arms bent by accident from an overly excited young son helping peg the washing out, so they sent us out a whole new rotary line. Again, no hastle. You get what you pay for. Wouldnt pay full £109 price but paid around £60 for our touch bin and it's been spot on. Looks as good as the day we bought it many many years ago.





You can take it out of the box you know.
My MIL bought me one of these and it is a bit temperamental. I quite often have to manual open the bin with my hand *gasp!* You're better off with a foot pedal operated bin.
Saw red one in Dumfries store. Advertised as reduced as was display item so doubt there will be many available in each store. Check if you are going to buy as noticed this one had a lot of marks / scratches. I didn't buy as don't need one but think the original price is a joke
laura60773

My MIL bought me one of these and it is a bit temperamental. I quite … My MIL bought me one of these and it is a bit temperamental. I quite often have to manual open the bin with my hand *gasp!* You're better off with a foot pedal operated bin.





Your MIL new what she was doing.
soldierboy001

You can take it out of the box you know.


Out of the box? It IS the box I use with a bin liner in. The bins in the loft so I dont scratch it. Too expensive to use! lol.
laura60773

My MIL bought me one of these and it is a bit temperamental. I quite … My MIL bought me one of these and it is a bit temperamental. I quite often have to manual open the bin with my hand *gasp!* You're better off with a foot pedal operated bin.


Used to have pedal bin before this one but it was like a trebuchet. Put your foot on the pedal, nothing, bit more, nothing, more, until whoosh, and the thing lifted itself up and the lid would smack the wall behind it several inches away. It was the bin equivalent to Arkwrights till! Posessed!
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/E3OEvw4g4ys/hqdefault.jpg

Edited by: "davej1710" 5th May 2016
£100 for a bin. Now your talking rubbish
I like Dunelm, they have the odd bargain (if you look v hard!). We even have a brabantia letter box but the price of this is just nuts. It's to put your rubbish in!
Don't buy! Just wait till one of the bullet flip lid top bins come on sale again. I paid a couple quid for ours, reduced in B&Q, real bargain, they're good and do what it says on the tin (bin!). Be careful though, you can get ripped off even for these - Tesco is charging 9 quid for them! £2, good deal. £9 is just taking the mick, but then there are loads of Micks out there and Tesco know it!
Tesco bin, don't buy - too dear. Like the brabantia one.
tesco.com/dir….ds
Tymflys

If my bin was £109 id want it to open for me, have a smart screen to play … If my bin was £109 id want it to open for me, have a smart screen to play my music and tell me how much more rubbish it can take in siri's voice



​Quiet now. Apple are probably monitoring this thread for new product ideas.
jnigel26

I like Dunelm, they have the odd bargain (if you look v hard!). We even … I like Dunelm, they have the odd bargain (if you look v hard!). We even have a brabantia letter box but the price of this is just nuts. It's to put your rubbish in!Don't buy! Just wait till one of the bullet flip lid top bins come on sale again. I paid a couple quid for ours, reduced in B&Q, real bargain, they're good and do what it says on the tin (bin!). Be careful though, you can get ripped off even for these - Tesco is charging 9 quid for them! £2, good deal. £9 is just taking the mick, but then there are loads of Micks out there and Tesco know it! :DTesco bin, don't buy - too dear. Like the brabantia one.http://www.tesco.com/direct/45l-kitchen-bullet-bin-black/634-2932.prd?skuId=634-2932&pageLevel=sku&sc_cmp=ppc_sh-_-sh-_-tesco-_-634-2932&gclid=Cj0KEQjwmKG5BRDv4YaE5t6oqf0BEiQAwqDNfNGzU2tBt6rlDiyX39pOolZRY1O4rnnHFySh31Q7I-oaAm2b8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds





Now that is a seriously good bin, no seriously.
Had mine 15 years still looking good and going strong
2 in Kettering branch, but reduced to £58 instead. Would buy for OP price but not for this one...
WTF?!...it's a f*#king bin!!!! £100+??!!! Unless it walked to the outside bin and emptied itself it's a COLD from me- £100+ lol
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