Duramax 10 x 8 vinyl shed  	£470.67 - Amazon
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Duramax 10 x 8 vinyl shed £470.67 - Amazon

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Found 10th Apr
Price does fluctuate on these sheds but at £470 it's about as low as it gets for the V2 model (it did get as low as £387 very briefly last year).

Offer price finishes today at midnight (10th April)
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esq35851 h, 16 m ago

Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to …Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to shreds.


Surely you mean torn to sheds?
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This is just the size I'm looking for, except I need to have the door on the width (as per a typical wooden shed) and not the length.
TheHun617 m ago

This is just the size I'm looking for, except I need to have the door on …This is just the size I'm looking for, except I need to have the door on the width (as per a typical wooden shed) and not the length.


Could you make do with an 8' by 10'?
Do you need to also purchase a floor?
Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to shreds.
Whats the condensation like on these sheds?
That looks awful
Also agree, wait till the wind catches hold, I've owned the two out door ones and they will not remain fixed to their position. The wind catches it slightly and its off. Might not be a problem with these bigger ones, but def happens the smaller ones.
Shadow360TT1 h, 17 m ago

Do you need to also purchase a floor?


Not got this exact shed but very similar, mine didn't come with a floor. Mine is on a slabbed area, I drilled in to the slabs and anchored it that way. The slabs are my floor. Fantastic shed, must of been up 15 years plus, virtually maintenance free, just an annual clean with pressure washer.
Edited by: "kramvic" 10th Apr
esq35851 h, 11 m ago

Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to …Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to shreds.


Did anything happen to their shed?
esq35851 h, 16 m ago

Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to …Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to shreds.


Surely you mean torn to sheds?
fearghal32429 m ago

Also agree, wait till the wind catches hold, I've owned the two out door …Also agree, wait till the wind catches hold, I've owned the two out door ones and they will not remain fixed to their position. The wind catches it slightly and its off. Might not be a problem with these bigger ones, but def happens the smaller ones.


Why wouldn't it remain in place if its been installed properly?
fearghal32432 m ago

Also agree, wait till the wind catches hold, I've owned the two out door …Also agree, wait till the wind catches hold, I've owned the two out door ones and they will not remain fixed to their position. The wind catches it slightly and its off. Might not be a problem with these bigger ones, but def happens the smaller ones.


As a DIY install it's like flat pack furniture no 2 will be the same. I plan to use really heavy marine ply for the floor whilst anchoring also.
HPMan3 m ago

As a DIY install it's like flat pack furniture no 2 will be the same. I …As a DIY install it's like flat pack furniture no 2 will be the same. I plan to use really heavy marine ply for the floor whilst anchoring also.


Edit: heated, thanks OP, I was looking to buy this at £540.
DrDoolittle1 h, 58 m ago

Could you make do with an 8' by 10'?


Unfortunately too big for the available space. Sorry.
Thanks OP. It looks good. Does anyone know if the recommended flooring on the page is any good? For what I can see, the offer finishes at midnight for me and not at 4 pm...
Great shed but really needs 2 people. May seem flimsy when u start construction but hold out its worth it. Great price for size of shed compared to other thicker plastic ones.
I've had this shed since November. Can say that it has actually surprised me. So far it has had no trouble against strong winds, rain and snow in London.
This shed does not come with a floor, you will need to purchase plywood for flooring, or you can use cement. It comes with a base frame.

I would recommend it for this price.
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uccalms1 h, 26 m ago

Thanks OP. It looks good. Does anyone know if the recommended flooring on …Thanks OP. It looks good. Does anyone know if the recommended flooring on the page is any good? For what I can see, the offer finishes at midnight for me and not at 4 pm...


Good spot, I must have been bleary eyed when I ordered and posted this morning
esq35855 h, 0 m ago

Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to …Wait till the high winds get a hold of this , the neighbours got torn to shreds.


Exactly. I had a Keter plastic shed and it just blew apart in strong wind. Will never have a plastic shed again.
Edited by: "tspill" 10th Apr
Would the galvanished metal sheet sheds better? I know they can suffer from condensation but are generally quite heavy and come with a base for about £300. They seem to last a very long time and are viable for a workshop etc. No need to treat the wood every other year and seem strong. Plastic to me seems an inferior material overall although I'm sure has some advantages.

This sort of thing.

ebay.co.uk/itm…854
When we bought our house I looked at the shabby-looking, 1950's wooden shed with windows at the end of the garden and thought "we'll get that replaced". A couple of trips to Dobbies and B&Q later and I realised there is nothing under about £3000 even remotely the same quality.

So we kept it.

These disposable sheds that are all the rage these days are a joke.
Wood is expensive nowadays
I bought this shed or an earlier version and very pleased with it. I made my floor from a mixture of pea shingle sand and cement. No condensation or any other problem. The only disadvantage that I can see is that you cant just fasten shelves to the walls.
kramvic13 h, 27 m ago

Why wouldn't it remain in place if its been installed properly?


Well they've both been put up to perfection as far as I can tell, when the wind gets up there isn't enough weight to keep them down so they take off and slide around. One has damaged a clothes line, so it has carried some serious velocity. I do plan on fixing them to the fence this summer.
fearghal32412 h, 40 m ago

Well they've both been put up to perfection as far as I can tell, when the …Well they've both been put up to perfection as far as I can tell, when the wind gets up there isn't enough weight to keep them down so they take off and slide around. One has damaged a clothes line, so it has carried some serious velocity. I do plan on fixing them to the fence this summer.



Obviously I know nothing about your fence but they are not generally known for their wind resistance.
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