Brabantia Smartfix 30L Bin Liners - 20 bags @argos. £1.99
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Brabantia Smartfix 30L Bin Liners - 20 bags @argos. £1.99

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Found 10th Jan 2012
Haven't seen cheaper, not cheap if delivered

Compatible with Brabantia bins.
Plastic.
Capacity 30 litres.
EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 8710755246225.
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hot deal, im stocking up! thanks
We use charity bags that we get through the door regularly.
Edited by: "mccririck" 10th Jan 2012
Do you know if these are Type G?
Good deal but very little stock in my local stores
Hot from me. Just bought a Brabantia 30 litre and the specific bags are a must. For those who are getting very little stock messages, I have ordered them to be brought to my local store...

Thanks OP.
They have the same size bags in Asda for £1
Great Deal thanks
40 for £5.60 on Amazon. Not as cheap, but only another £1.60 which i guess most of us would pay in diesel/petrol + parking.
mccririck

We use charity bags that we get through the door regularly.




So do we, great fit
Swissbabe

So do we, great fit


Don't they have vent holes at the bottom?...ours do....although we do re-use them for the tip.
Just got last one at local store, thanks
Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & pile the bin full safe in the knowledge they won't split & spill at your feet mid movement! (mind you a bag this size lasts us 4-6 weeks)
Good find.
We stocked up in august when amazon were selling 40 for £3.30.
MR GUS

Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & … Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & pile the bin full safe in the knowledge they won't split & spill at your feet mid movement! (mind you a bag this size lasts us 4-6 weeks)



Innocent question... doesn't the bin smell after so long?
Great just what we've been looking for.

Ordered for in-store collection!
Bought Stirling branch's last two, thanks!:)
SuffolkLad222

Innocent question... doesn't the bin smell after so long?



I think they mean 20 last 4-6 weeks!
MR GUS

Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & … Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & pile the bin full safe in the knowledge they won't split & spill at your feet mid movement! (mind you a bag this size lasts us 4-6 weeks)



Are you a monk?
We use 3 of these a week.

B&Q do the 30 litre butterfly bin liners for about 2.80.
This deal is rubbish - sorry
Are they only worth getting if you a brabantia bin?
Rubbish deal...
Goodfella123

I think they mean 20 last 4-6 weeks!



20 bags only last people 4-6 weeks!? Seriously?! Do people not recycle, or better still, not create lots of waste in the first place?
It's a good price, but I will wait until I can order a 40 pack on Amazon for around £3 (it's been that price before a few times)
Great deal. Hot
Seems to out of stock everywhere. Can't even reserve for pickup - Anyone else experiencing the same problems?
sainsburys do the same for £1.88 fits perfect
MR GUS

Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & … Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & pile the bin full safe in the knowledge they won't split & spill at your feet mid movement! (mind you a bag this size lasts us 4-6 weeks)



what you filling the bag with that makes it last 4-6 weeks- cocktail sticks??
what a waste of money!!! asda sell the same for £1

Asda ones cost less for sure, and while fine, aren't of such high quality -

Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & … Great deal on pretty darn tough bags! ..we gave up skimping years ago & pile the bin full safe in the knowledge they won't split & spill at your feet mid movement!

misterboumsong

what you filling the bag with that makes it last 4-6 weeks- cocktail … what you filling the bag with that makes it last 4-6 weeks- cocktail sticks??



See #17 (20 bags in 4-6 weeks)
Edited by: "Goodfella123" 11th Jan 2012
1on4

20 bags only last people 4-6 weeks!? Seriously?! Do people not recycle, … 20 bags only last people 4-6 weeks!? Seriously?! Do people not recycle, or better still, not create lots of waste in the first place?



I'm not gonna get into what our council does/doesn't recycle, but 20 bags in 6 weeks is roughly 3 bags a week.
That's about right for a family of 4 or 5 as #18 posted.

Edited by: "Goodfella123" 11th Jan 2012
mccririck

We use charity bags that we get through the door regularly.



Yes the majority of charity bags that come through the door that are in it for the charity is few and far between. By this I mean some of the so called charities take a massive cut of proceeds received from sales and leave very little for the charity itself.
Goodfella123

I'm not gonna get into what our council does/doesn't recycle, but 20 bags … I'm not gonna get into what our council does/doesn't recycle, but 20 bags in 6 weeks is roughly 3 bags a week. That's about right for a family of 4 or 5 as #18 posted.



Perhaps a wasteful family of 4.

My family (4) use 1 a week/10 days and that includes an 11 week old baby who uses disposable nappies and is forumla fed (yes, I'm not that much of an eco warrior). But perhaps you are right, my council allows us to recycle almost everything. Infact, I can't think of anything I can't recycle except perhaps batteries - although I can dispose of those at work.

Edited by: "1on4" 11th Jan 2012
They are great I have a brabantia bin and normally buy a load off these from eBay so I've reserved about 10 bags of these here so much better than supermarket "equivalents"
1on4

My family (4) use 1 a week/10 days and that includes an 11 week old baby … My family (4) use 1 a week/10 days and that includes an 11 week old baby who uses disposable nappies and is forumla fed (yes, I'm not that much of an eco warrior). But perhaps you are right, my council allows us to recycle almost everything. Infact, I can't think of anything I can't recycle except perhaps batteries - although I can dispose of those at work.



Well, seeing as you mentioned it, our council won't recycle plastic packaging, only plastic bottles!!!
I think it makes a huge difference if you can recycle plastic. Our council does (white plastic only) and we use 1 bin bag a week now. The rest is recycled. The bin never smells as food waste goes in the food waste brown recycling bin.

Haven't found Asda bags to be of lesser quality and had no problems with ours.
Thanks OP, reserved two packs in local store, plenty more around Suffolk
Good deal but no stock at our local Argos. Lidl white swing bin liners fit these bins pretty well.
A pack reserved at my local store, thanks!
you can order 3 at a time on reserve order to store i picked up 2 lots of 3 last night
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