Galvanised 4 tier shelving unit  £10 @ B&Q + 2 year guarantee
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Galvanised 4 tier shelving unit £10 @ B&Q + 2 year guarantee

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Found 30th Jun 2017
Seems to be pretty decent stock about for C&C - Enjoy

Galvanised Steel Shelving Unit (H)1400mm (W)700mm

This galvanised 4 tier shelving unit is designed to hold medium loads and is ideal for storing your tools and equipment in a garage.

  • Guarantee - 2 years
Features and Benefits

  • The galvanised steel structure helps to protect the shelving unit from corrosion.
  • Features a bolt based fixing system which is easy to assemble and install.
  • Plastic feet help to protect floors.
  • For safety, we recommend securing the shelving unit to the wall.
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These are bit wobbly if not secured to the wall but good otherwise. Also available in Homebase for £9.92 and iKea for £9.95
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Nice.
Great shelving and if you fix it to the wall it's perfect.
very flimsy,not worth the money
This might be decent to stacking the miners on
These are bit wobbly if not secured to the wall but good otherwise. Also available in Homebase for £9.92 and iKea for £9.95
Thanks OP. Should be good for light-ish stuff in the shed. Good price.
sofiathefirst1

These are bit wobbly if not secured to the wall but good otherwise. Also … These are bit wobbly if not secured to the wall but good otherwise. Also available in Homebase for £9.92 and iKea for £9.95


Yes indeed, for anyone interested in the homebase link it's here
I bought roughly 13 from Homebase last year and I have 3 sitting in my garden assembled waiting for their new location to be built. Galvanised and still clean although I used galvanised bolts rather than supplied affairs.The others store 4 x 10kg of flour, 22L homebrew, tubs of protein/mass powders, 3 high columns of a 8 rows of tinned goods, power tools and the only easy way, other than overloading suddenly is to lift the assembled units by the leading edges of the shelves - they bend so easily in that form.
Spartan176

I bought roughly 13 from Homebase last year and I have 3 sitting in my … I bought roughly 13 from Homebase last year and I have 3 sitting in my garden assembled waiting for their new location to be built. Galvanised and still clean although I used galvanised bolts rather than supplied affairs.The others store 4 x 10kg of flour, 22L homebrew, tubs of protein/mass powders, 3 high columns of a 8 rows of tinned goods, power tools and the only easy way, other than overloading suddenly is to lift the assembled units by the leading edges of the shelves - they bend so easily in that form.



Thanks OP and zpa78.
I rreserved from homebase.
B&Q had stock but would not let me rreserve or buy saying update your web browser again. For mobile purchases they should say which web browser they support or better still sack their web designer and get a new one!
Proveright

Thanks OP and zpa78.I rreserved from homebase. B&Q had stock but would … Thanks OP and zpa78.I rreserved from homebase. B&Q had stock but would not let me rreserve or buy saying update your web browser again. For mobile purchases they should say which web browser they support or better still sack their web designer and get a new one!


I finally got one from b and q, but you're right, their website is bad. Can't collect until 1pm tomorrow, why not within an hour?
Spartan176

I bought roughly 13 from Homebase last year and I have 3 sitting in my … I bought roughly 13 from Homebase last year and I have 3 sitting in my garden assembled waiting for their new location to be built. Galvanised and still clean although I used galvanised bolts rather than supplied affairs.The others store 4 x 10kg of flour, 22L homebrew, tubs of protein/mass powders, 3 high columns of a 8 rows of tinned goods, power tools and the only easy way, other than overloading suddenly is to lift the assembled units by the leading edges of the shelves - they bend so easily in that form.



What a strange diet you have.
darthvader666uk14 h, 33 m ago

This might be decent to stacking the miners on


Is mining worth doing with uk energy prices?
Spartan17611 h, 15 m ago

I bought roughly 13 from Homebase last year and I have 3 sitting in my …I bought roughly 13 from Homebase last year and I have 3 sitting in my garden assembled waiting for their new location to be built. Galvanised and still clean although I used galvanised bolts rather than supplied affairs.The others store 4 x 10kg of flour, 22L homebrew, tubs of protein/mass powders, 3 high columns of a 8 rows of tinned goods, power tools and the only easy way, other than overloading suddenly is to lift the assembled units by the leading edges of the shelves - they bend so easily in that form.

​You kept them outside for a year?
darthvader666uk

This might be decent to stacking the miners on



Funny you should say that. This is exactly what mine are stacked on in the garage
MikeMaMan2 h, 8 m ago

Is mining worth doing with uk energy prices?


You will need to check what tariff you are on. Mine works out about £8 extra a month but thats only running 4 rx460's. Im lucky that I do have a miner setup in work so I can buffer some funds so getting free electric but...if you dont have equipment now, you are going to pay for very over inflated prices (hence why im on 460's until my order of 570's come in) and with the price right now, probs best buying the currency.
I bought 2 last week for the loft (just boarded it out). I thought £10 was their normal price or I'd have posted this myself! Considered the plastic ones sam800 mentioned (post #8 ) for £12 but more storage space on these and the lowest shelf sits higher from the ground, which is perfect for me as I can place it over the bathroom's soft pipe vent that will need protecting from my clumsiness now that I'll be up there more often. Heat added
Edited by: "niceguyrick" 1st Jul 2017
Cheers OP click and collect 10 from our local store putting loads of stuff into storage and has saved us a packet
Isn't 10 regular price for these? B&Q, Homebase, etc. These can be good, in addition to not being the strongest, they are also not very deep at 30cm.

I find the larger/deeper option at Screwfix (screwfix.com/p/h…17r?) can be a better choice for 20.

I bought these last year on offer at £7 or similar from Homebase. They are a touch flimsy but worth going to a timber yard and getting some cheap 6mm plywood cut to size for the shelves. Increases weight capacity and adds to sturdiness. Only cost an extra 10 quid for 12 precut pieces. Worth doing imv
Got a few of these today. Fiddly to build but amazing for £10.
They are not in stock anymore.
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