Curver Silver 40L Bin - one touch open! £19.99 prime / £24.74 non prime @ Amazon
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Curver Silver 40L Bin - one touch open! £19.99 prime / £24.74 non prime @ Amazon

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Found 20th Jul 2017
Just ordered this bin which is lightweight and great quality. Better value in the long run than sensor bins. No batteries required. One touch open.
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very good quality bin ,bought one a couple of years ago.still looks like new.good find
What a rubbish deal. Voted hot.
Argos 50L £12.99 but voted hot
5 year warranty - no quibble. One email and they replaced the entire opener for me in under a week. hot! And the touch open on this is very good.
I have one of these bins and I can never get the bin bag out once it's full of rubbish. It's seem to create a vacuum around the bag. Very frustrating.
This looks the same as the 40Lone I bought from Home Bargains the other day for £15 (or was it B&M? Always get them confused but the ones I go are right next to each other!)
Had one of these for 2 and half years, still going strong. I agree with the comment about the vacuum when emptying but I just make sure I don't overfill the bag.
They have changed the design on these. The inner ring that holds the bag in place used to be removable. Now it is attached to the lid assembly. Quite annoying!
inoxx

They have changed the design on these. The inner ring that holds the bag … They have changed the design on these. The inner ring that holds the bag in place used to be removable. Now it is attached to the lid assembly. Quite annoying!



The one which came today was removable.
uptheclarets

Argos 50L £12.99 but voted hot



They are not are very good brand and looking at the reviews the sensors tend to go after 6 months. These Curver ones are good quality.
EmzieChad2 h, 59 m ago

I have one of these bins and I can never get the bin bag out once it's …I have one of these bins and I can never get the bin bag out once it's full of rubbish. It's seem to create a vacuum around the bag. Very frustrating.

I've been tempted to drill a hole in the bottom of mine for ages...but keep sticking rubbish in it before I get chance to. Found that buying smaller bin bags help...a bit
EmzieChad

I have one of these bins and I can never get the bin bag out once it's … I have one of these bins and I can never get the bin bag out once it's full of rubbish. It's seem to create a vacuum around the bag. Very frustrating.



Drill a small hole in the base. Problemo solved
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Showing up £24.99 I'm a prime member. Is there a certain way to get that price
Edited by: "deleted1704410" 20th Jul 2017
EmzieChad

I have one of these bins and I can never get the bin bag out once it's … I have one of these bins and I can never get the bin bag out once it's full of rubbish. It's seem to create a vacuum around the bag. Very frustrating.



I had this problem so i drilled a large (12mm) hole in the back near the bottom. Problem solved.
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