Joseph Joseph recycle bin £70  at josephjoseph.com
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Joseph Joseph recycle bin £70 at josephjoseph.com

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Found 2nd Aug
I know alot of you will think its alot for a bin, but my friends this bin is brillant. I class this as one of my best buys and there is nothing to break. I was fed up with sensors not working, lids breaking. So in the long run this will save me money, its all in one place . Food, recycle and landfill, neat and tidy.You rarely get cheap deals on Joseph joseph.
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A bit judgemental, I dont drink smoke or go to the pub. I am a single hard working mum. So if I want to make my life a little easier and keep a nice home, thats my choice. This will last me years, my last three bins have broke within three months.
sweet baby jesus!........for that kind of money it would need to sort it, bag it and every week take it out onto the street for collection.
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sweet baby jesus!........for that kind of money it would need to sort it, bag it and every week take it out onto the street for collection.
Ha ha, Im telling you its worth, also there is a sale on quite a few things on site. So if your into Joseph Joseph worth a look.
Some people have too much money
A bit judgemental, I dont drink smoke or go to the pub. I am a single hard working mum. So if I want to make my life a little easier and keep a nice home, thats my choice. This will last me years, my last three bins have broke within three months.
I like the design and it should be ideal for my small kitchen to save space. However £70 is still a little steep, but I see the long term benefit. Might be worth checking for a similar cheaper copy design version, if there aren't any then it's probably why they can ask for this price.

Voted hot as it appears the cheapest if you want this.
Is there a lid on the bottom two sections?
Don't rate Joseph Joseph stuff at all. Over-priced junk.
flapperjacks24 m ago

Is there a lid on the bottom two sections?


Yes there is, it's the same as the top
I love the look of this but for what I need to recycle, I don't think it would be big enough. The cardboard that I recycle on on a weekly basis is quite a lot but it can also be quite large and probably wouldn't fit. I understand that you would fill it, empty it, fill it empty it but I think a lot of the boxes just wouldn't fit.
This cheaper option? Probably lower quality but may do the job?

amazon.co.uk/Sta…bin
Sorry had to go with cold, far cheaper to simply use the council supplied recycling boxes
Can understand why it is useful, but seeing as kyeung has post the Amazon equivalent above which is half the price, it's cold from me I'm afraid.
northwales45 m ago

Sorry had to go with cold, far cheaper to simply use the council supplied …Sorry had to go with cold, far cheaper to simply use the council supplied recycling boxes

We don't have council supplied boxes where i live.

Do you mean you get boxes to keep indoors for plastics etc?
brettytopbanana1 h, 5 m ago

I love the look of this but for what I need to recycle, I don't think it …I love the look of this but for what I need to recycle, I don't think it would be big enough. The cardboard that I recycle on on a weekly basis is quite a lot but it can also be quite large and probably wouldn't fit. I understand that you would fill it, empty it, fill it empty it but I think a lot of the boxes just wouldn't fit.


I don't imagine it was intended for large cardboard boxes,more your everyday junk mail, letters,kitchen roll inserts etc
Seems pretty pointless seeing as you'd get so little in there. Personally I'll stick to a big plastic box hidden away in the bottom of one of my kitchen cupboards which gets emptied every other day
This is a rubbish deal
The handle broke off of the top of my compost waste bin within 3 months. JJ support is terrible! Beware...
Domthedonkey1 h, 55 m ago

We don't have council supplied boxes where i live.Do you mean you get …We don't have council supplied boxes where i live.Do you mean you get boxes to keep indoors for plastics etc?


No, just 3 tier large box on a trolley, that stays outside. Why would anyone go to all the bother of placing into an indoor recycling bin, then transfer it to council recycling box. Far more effort than its worth
northwales28 m ago

No, just 3 tier large box on a trolley, that stays outside. Why would …No, just 3 tier large box on a trolley, that stays outside. Why would anyone go to all the bother of placing into an indoor recycling bin, then transfer it to council recycling box. Far more effort than its worth


I have a small container to put paper inside indoors which then gets transferred to the outside dustbin every few days but i wouldn't have an indoor one for bottles,cans etc as that is something extra to clean and I can't be bothered with doing that
Just me that thinks it's UGLY and over priced?
Edited by: "judavid89" 2nd Aug
If you can afford it and it provides a neat and tidy solution, then why not?

Personally, I use a cardboard box that I throw all my recycling waste into, it cost me £4 but I did get 40 packs of Walkers crisp in it though.
Edited by: "Dakota777" 2nd Aug
It's a £70 bin. Sort yourself.
I must admit I sometimes buy things and ask myself whether I really need it. Anyone who looks at this, and decided yes is mad in my view. Then to think its actually a bargain :-o
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