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Clear Storage boxes good size now £1 @ Asda
Clear Storage boxes good size now £1 @ Asda

Clear Storage boxes good size now £1 @ Asda

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Went to my local asda today n they had medium size storage boxes for just £1. i bought one with a lid from asda about a week ago for £4. these ones dont have lids. Hope this helps someone!!!

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Have to say that Poundland have a really good selection of storage boxes in all kinds of sizes for this money.
Not voting as there is no size given :thumbsup:

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mosskeeto;4402361

Have to say that Poundland have a really good selection of storage boxes … Have to say that Poundland have a really good selection of storage boxes in all kinds of sizes for this money.Not voting as there is no size given :thumbsup:



ok, thats fine. i dont know the size of them otherwise i would of stated. medium size atleast 60cm x 60cm

Looked at these the other day. They're a bit pants as they won't stack.

Oddly I too am looking for cheap boxes but need lids - found them in B&M from about £2.99 with lids (32 litre or 25 I think they were) but if anyone knows of cheaper places drop me a PM as I need to put the wife's winter wardrobe in the loft soon (lets be honest I am gonna need about 237 crates just for shoes n winter handbags - because she can't have all year round items can she!!!!!)

Hi, I see these in Asda yesterday

They are the stack and Nest type boxes 27 litre £1 each only saw them in a white colour
they are simlar/same as Argos 875/4286
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

I love boxes, always need them. Will call in this afternoon and pick up a few.

Evz1974:-- Of course you can't have all year round items, you need at least 2 wardrobe changes a year.... drives my hubby mad

They are OK, a little bit flimsy but I do put quite heavy things in them

any good for shoes would you say? My best party shoes are getting dusty and daughter stores hers in these type of boxes. Why won't they stack? Ta

Bought a few of these this morning before the post went up. No lid, but you'd get a fair few pairs of shoes in. 15 pairs ish. Bargain just to keep stuff together in.

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They are good for the likes of photographs, kids toys and books. Childrens school work etc... Good if you can store underneathe bed..

I saw these too,but unfortunatly they are very flimsy,I gave up trying to find an unbroken one....

cybersister;4404543

Why won't they stack? Ta

Just poorly made. The idea should be that they will nest inside one another one way but if rotated 180 degrees, then the bases should sit on ledges allowing them to stack. The ledges are too small which means even with careful balancing, only a couple of millimetres are supported. The smallest knock would cause the stack to collapse.

do they have lots of different sizes? Need stuff for tools etc.

evertonfc;4402375

ok, thats fine. i dont know the size of them otherwise i would of stated. … ok, thats fine. i dont know the size of them otherwise i would of stated. medium size atleast 60cm x 60cm



Cheers for that, medium is a bit of a relative term so not much use without the approx sizes.....:thumbsup:
Just trying to make helpful comments....

these are 27L ( i'd estimate about 600mm x 400mm x 400mm deep)and an offwhite colour. there isnt much of a lip but they seemed to stack ok instore when i pushed down on them

buggles;4423646

these are 27L ( i'd estimate about 600mm x 400mm x 400mm deep)and an … these are 27L ( i'd estimate about 600mm x 400mm x 400mm deep)and an offwhite colour. there isnt much of a lip but they seemed to stack ok instore when i pushed down on them

Those dimensions would equate to 96 litres.

Ext. 44 x 35 x 24(h) cm
Int. tapers down to 37 x 27 cm . The 27cm width isn't available for the whole length of the box due to the "steps" that provide for nesting/stacking.
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