Folding Crate 32L - £2 @ Poundland
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Folding Crate 32L - £2 @ Poundland

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Found 7th Sep 2016Made hot 8th Sep 2016
Seems a reasonable price for the capacity and fold up option for easy storage.

Buy a case of 10 for only £20, which gives a bulk saving of nearly £0.00

The blurb:

A brilliant space saving solution, this 32 litre folding crate is large and spacious and features two handles. When not in use it folds flat making it easier and convenient to store. The crate is made from strong,durable plastic that can be easily wiped clean. Suitable for use all around the home and workplace. 15kg maximum weight loading.

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Thanks op

no a pound then?

Nah, It's £7 including delivery or £2:50 each if you buy 10

does it fold?

Original Poster

skykid3

does it fold?



Specsavers have offers on at the moment.

does it fold?



No.... not when it's got a good hand

I've been looking for a storage box that collapses annoyingly when it's full of stuff and I try and move it.

Thanks OP.
Edited by: "CaptainSocks" 8th Sep 2016

CaptainSocks

I've been looking for a storage box that collapses annoyingly when it's … I've been looking for a storage box that collapses annoyingly when it's full of stuff and I try and move it. Thanks OP.



Impossible for it to fold if it's full of stuff.

It may fall to bits though, I've had a couple from wilko and they aren't the strongest things in the world.

Has anyone bought them .. are they actually sturdy at all? (not expecting them to be amazing from poundland) But if they collapse too easily and can't take much weight might end up just being a pain ..
Edited by: "KellyDawson" 8th Sep 2016

Euro Boxes are the way forward after Brexit.

https://www.racking.com/images/euro-box-12-litre-200w-x-300d-p608-2628_zoom.jpg

Shops like poundland used to laugh at people who would ask 'how much is this ?' but now this is a sensible question to ask. They really should change their name if they are going to sell stuff that isn't £1.

They wont last long.. Unless you are putting anything light into them these type always fail pretty quick.. Cheap and cheerful..

Since when did poundland become twopoundland??

not poundland oO

These are actually quite good. I have some that I bought about 10 years ago.
You can't load them with magazines etc. as the bottom will give - although when I tried that it wasn't a disaster. But for storing light stuff they're great. They stack nicely. Fold nice and flat. And stack folded.

For heavy permanent storage, just go with really useful boxes. But obviously cost a lot more.

Love Euroboxes... the tusk box and the even bigger merkel box are the ones, valued of the range
Unfortunately the smaller sturgeon box is filmsy and has least sustance but the medium sized juncker
box I find is great for storing booze...

"Strong and durable" ??? It most certainly isn't! Fairly flimsy and plastic cracks and breaks off all too easily

I need some of these to carry my folding crates in!
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