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Extra Large 145L Storage Trunk - TWO for £25 (or £15 each) @ Homebase - Free C&C
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Extra Large 145L Storage Trunk - TWO for £25 (or £15 each) @ Homebase - Free C&C

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Posted 26th Oct 2019

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This extra large storage trunk on wheels not only has a capacity of 145 litres, but is also made from strong sturdy plastic. It features clip handles for security and the wheels make it easier to move around. Wheels and clip handles. Stacks for easy storage.
- (H)45 x (W)52 x (D)94cm
- £25 for two seems a good deal.
(Also available is a 175L version for £19 each but no deal if you buy two - (L)94 x (W)52 x (H)56 cm)
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Maximum body size 5'10 - and that's if you use a cleaver.

We have these, they are great for storing Christmas tree and garland. Great find, may buy some more.
cb-uk26/10/2019 23:39

Maximum body size 5'10 - and that's if you use a cleaver.;)


Do they have any offers on the cleavers?
wassap26/10/2019 19:58

I guess these wouldn’t be suitable to use outside?

had several different types of garden storage box outside after a fire, these were the only ones to remain waterproof and spider proof
Edited by: "ZapGod" 26th Oct 2019
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We have these, they are great for storing Christmas tree and garland. Great find, may buy some more.
I guess these wouldn’t be suitable to use outside?
You can't put the price for 1 item, when you can only get that price if you buy 2. It has to be the price for 2 only.
Yes he says that
15 each not 16
I have these outside no problems
Thank you!
wassap26/10/2019 19:58

I guess these wouldn’t be suitable to use outside?


Left mine outside all winter inside perfectly dry
wassap26/10/2019 19:58

I guess these wouldn’t be suitable to use outside?

had several different types of garden storage box outside after a fire, these were the only ones to remain waterproof and spider proof
Edited by: "ZapGod" 26th Oct 2019
Maximum body size 5'10 - and that's if you use a cleaver.

cb-uk26/10/2019 23:39

Maximum body size 5'10 - and that's if you use a cleaver.;)


Do they have any offers on the cleavers?
The most useful thing u can have in garage (if you are lazy like me)
These trunks are great and they go on sale repeatedly. I have five of them...paid £10 each from Morissons and B&Q two years ago
What time of the year did you buy them for a tenner
Brilliant, was planning on buying some big storage boxes today
These are good. I have a couple.
Hot great for the garage
I have 3 of these but I'd bought them for £5 each from B&Q. There was an offer on them not long ago at B&M too for the same price.
These are great, I used a couple to temporarily store garage equipment outside during a building project - waterproof.
Kept them to store things in the garage after build complete, and discovered more importantly - spider-proof
Does anyone know if this would be suitable to hold salt water for my marine tank while doing a water change so I can heat it up? would hold water for maybe 6 hours maximum at a time just dont want to use something that will leach chemicals.
Thanks
wassap26/10/2019 19:58

I guess these wouldn’t be suitable to use outside?


I use mine outside for all my eBay and Amazon parcels, it remains bone dry inside and nothing’s been nicked yet(lol)
Good find
It's a shame they're only available at this price in pairs... My kids would fit into just one.
Anyone else thinking of Breaking Bad when you saw this?!
cb-uk26/10/2019 23:39

Maximum body size 5'10 - and that's if you use a cleaver.;)


My missus is 5'1 so I may get her to pick some up on her way home...
yes, spiderproof. I love those boxes
Bought some of these at £10. Well worth the 25 for 2 or 15 each price tag. They last forever. Tough stuff
Good value for money.
We’ve got a couple of these. They’re really good and feel very sturdy. We use them to keep camping stuff in, and just bung it in the boot and get going. They’re a pain to pull along though as even though they have wheels there’s no proper handle so you have to sort of lean down and just use the small hook/handle which is a bit awkward. Fine for short distances though.
Thanks. Got it.
Had 3 of these outside on the decking with out Intex pool in and all our garden furniture covers for the last couple years, Cheaper than buying cardboard boxs.
Bought some of these today seem very good for the price just make sure you check each box before you buy as a couple in my store had cracked lids.
cb-uk26/10/2019 23:39

Maximum body size 5'10 - and that's if you use a cleaver.;)


Cancel the divorce
Good for gar
These are great but I paid £10 each in Morrisons
wassap26/10/2019 19:58

I guess these wouldn’t be suitable to use outside?


Yes, totally plastic so perfect for outdoor storage
I use mine to prepare the water for my garden pond, have the 180 ltr size. If you fill it full they will bow and possibly crack but I built a wooden frame around it to help it keep its shape. Also makes a good emergency tank.
WowWowWeeWaa27/10/2019 15:11

I use mine outside for all my eBay and Amazon parcels, it remains bone dry …I use mine outside for all my eBay and Amazon parcels, it remains bone dry inside and nothing’s been nicked yet(lol)


Do you just leave the box outside and delivery drivers know to leave them in there?
These are great. Had a few in the garden for about 5 years and everything inside is still bone dry. Only problem is the lids tend to sink down a bit and end up pooling water on top. Not a big deal really and they were a tenner each when I got them.
I saw these today at my local Aldi’s in the clearance section, reduced to £9.99.
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