** Keter 3 Tier Shelving 91 x 60 x 38cm now only £5.93 @ Homebase **
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** Keter 3 Tier Shelving 91 x 60 x 38cm now only £5.93 @ Homebase **

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Found 1st Jul 2015
This Keter 3-tier shelving unit is ideal for a variety of storage options in sheds and other garden storage areas.

Material: Resin.
Usage: Suitable for use as shelving for DIY and other items.
Dimensions: (H)90.5, (W)60, (D)38cm.
Installation: Minimal installation required.
Maximum weight supported by shelves: Each shelf accommodates 25kg weight, evenly spread (75kg total).

55 Comments

good price reserved cheers

good price.. reserved the last one in my local store and now awaiting phone call to say they don't have any left!!!

Reserved thanks

Reserved. New shed will be delighted. Cheers op.

Reserved the last two in my local, will collect tomorrow with my other order they should be holding at the moment, very handy

Thanks. Reserved at my local store.

Hot! Argos want £14.99 for a similar one
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Be careful. I ordered 2 of the 5 tier ones. Marked as Keter online but picked up and they were 'SilverPlus+'

TomBoyNI

Be careful. I ordered 2 of the 5 tier ones. Marked as Keter online but … Be careful. I ordered 2 of the 5 tier ones. Marked as Keter online but picked up and they were 'SilverPlus+'



99% of them will be silverplus still made by keter
Edited by: "jamstaruk1972" 1st Jul 2015

I bought some Keter shelving earlier this year but now feel the need to wash my hands after each time Ive touched it

united-church.ca/fil…pdf

Banned

is it good ?

Does anyone know if you can add two of these together to make one unit? Thanks Missed out on the 5 shelf one last weekend
Have some heat also BTW

£5.93 for a bit flimsy plastic is not a good deal. Upcycle one out of old pallets or something

GeneralTrouble

Does anyone know if you can add two of these together to make one unit? … Does anyone know if you can add two of these together to make one unit? Thanks Missed out on the 5 shelf one last weekendHave some heat also BTW


This is one of the reviews from the Homebase page.
Well packaged. Easily assembled. Used as staging in the greenhouse. No metal parts so won't rust.
Bought 4 packs and they come with brackets and joining ties to link together. Great product.

mam2cam

This is one of the reviews from the Homebase page.Well packaged. Easily … This is one of the reviews from the Homebase page.Well packaged. Easily assembled. Used as staging in the greenhouse. No metal parts so won't rust.Bought 4 packs and they come with brackets and joining ties to link together. Great product.


Thank you very much for your reply

Ice Cold. Israeli company Keter operate factories in illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories. Settlements are illegal under international law and contravene the Geneva Convention. Not worth saving a few quid over.

Edited by: "darkcamel" 2nd Jul 2015

SoupDragon1

Hot! Argos want £14.99 for a similar one … Hot! Argos want £14.99 for a similar one http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7004229.htm


surprised considering they are owned by one company

do not buy this brand. products are made on illegal settlements and the monies is used to oppress the Palestinians whose land it is in the first place

austinc

£5.93 for a bit flimsy plastic is not a good deal. Upcycle one out of old … £5.93 for a bit flimsy plastic is not a good deal. Upcycle one out of old pallets or something

why not make one out of old pallets instead?

zedman75

do not buy this brand. products are made on illegal settlements and the … do not buy this brand. products are made on illegal settlements and the monies is used to oppress the Palestinians whose land it is in the first place


I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but people like you need to learn that this is not the place for comments like that.
And don't even get me started on glaciers, I'm sick of them

quidstretchy

I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but … I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but people like you need to learn that this is not the place for comments like that. And don't even get me started on glaciers, I'm sick of them


good for you. i hope you enjoy all five of them, Im not sure what you mean by people like you. But i am sick of people like you and your attitude

Good price although none in stock near me...

quidstretchy

I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but … I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but people like you need to learn that this is not the place for comments like that. And don't even get me started on glaciers, I'm sick of them


Idiots like quidsteretchy care for nothing other than the price of something. Sure, the price is important, that's why we're here, but what sort of human are you to not care what regimeyou are supporting by your purchases. Ignorant and proud of it. Go back to counting your quids.

eatmorefish

Idiots like quidsteretchy care for nothing other than the price of … Idiots like quidsteretchy care for nothing other than the price of something. Sure, the price is important, that's why we're here, but what sort of human are you to not care what regimeyou are supporting by your purchases. Ignorant and proud of it. Go back to counting your quids.



That is a rather harsh statement, to be fair the comment you were replying to was thoughtless. Yes caring is good, but caring also costs money and it is sometimes a necessary evil to feel guilty rather than spend the extra money. For example, I don't have green electric, my electric is the cheapest for my area and something like 98% nuclear. Would I prefer to have an electric supply which was 100% sourced by renewable energy, such as solar and wind, definitely, but sometimes you just have to accept that until we all get nice pay rises we have to make these decisions.

Homebase have left me a voicemail cancelling mine as they don't have stock anyway, so I will now not get this shelving anyway.
Edited by: "nige182" 2nd Jul 2015

mwa

I bought some Keter shelving earlier this year but now feel the need to … I bought some Keter shelving earlier this year but now feel the need to wash my hands after each time Ive touched ithttp://www.united-church.ca/files/getinvolved/unsettling-goods/factsheet_keter.pdf



Thank you for bringing this to our attention, had no idea and will now avoid Keter products.

quidstretchy

I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but … I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but people like you need to learn that this is not the place for comments like that. And don't even get me started on glaciers, I'm sick of them


Same! Someone alerted me to that idiotic comment and I bought a couple and have shared with others.
Free Palestine......... from Hamas!

mam2cam

This is one of the reviews from the Homebase page.Well packaged. Easily … This is one of the reviews from the Homebase page.Well packaged. Easily assembled. Used as staging in the greenhouse. No metal parts so won't rust.Bought 4 packs and they come with brackets and joining ties to link together. Great product.


Thanks for that info!

I've bought loads of Keter stuff over the years - from Sheds to Shelves and they've all been amazing quality and value. I wouldn't dream of ordering any other make. With regard to where they are made which some people on here are making an issue of, they are just being pathetic. From an unbiased purchaser, as far as I can see it's the Arabs that are causing all the problems in the Middle East and Israel is just protecting themselves. As a person who is pro democracy I have no problem buying Israeli goods wherever they are made.

HS1964

it's the Arabs that are causing all the problems in the Middle East and … it's the Arabs that are causing all the problems in the Middle East and Israel is just protecting themselves. As a person who is pro democracy I have no problem buying Israeli goods wherever they are made.


First of all this company operates in ILLEGAL settlements that the UK and the rest of the world does not recognise. They are on occupied land. Second, the creation of Israel in 1948 involved ethnically cleansing 750,000 Arabs from lands that had owned going back 8 centuries and the destruction of over 500 Arab villages. It also involved massacres of hundreds of women and children like at Deir Yassin, and the terrorist jwish leaders who went on to become Israels first government, were wanted by the British government for killing hundreds of BRITISH soldiers and police and UN officials - killed in such atrocities such as the bombing of the King David hotel. The Z1ionst terrorists also plotted terror attacks against the UK, including a plot to murder Churchill if they didnt get their own state, as revealed in the Telegraph a few months back. The UK government of the time refused to recognise Israel in 1948 for just these reasons..The arabs went from owning 70% of Palestine in 1947 to less than 30% by 1949 as a result of the systemic ethnic cleansing. And now they live in less than 18% of the land they previously owned with most of that under illegal occupation. Read up on the Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by Israeli historian Illan Pappe to learn more.

Edited by: "darkcamel" 2nd Jul 2015

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mwa

I bought some Keter shelving earlier this year but now feel the need to … I bought some Keter shelving earlier this year but now feel the need to wash my hands after each time Ive touched ithttp://www.united-church.ca/files/getinvolved/unsettling-goods/factsheet_keter.pdf

I wouldn't have it for free after reading that pdf.

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HS1964

I've bought loads of Keter stuff over the years - from Sheds to Shelves … I've bought loads of Keter stuff over the years - from Sheds to Shelves and they've all been amazing quality and value. I wouldn't dream of ordering any other make. With regard to where they are made which some people on here are making an issue of, they are just being pathetic. From an unbiased purchaser, as far as I can see it's the Arabs that are causing all the problems in the Middle East and Israel is just protecting themselves. As a person who is pro democracy I have no problem buying Israeli goods wherever they are made.

Unsure how impartial you are after that. I wouldn't be touching their products. Not even for free.

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a3lawy

Thank you for bringing this to our attention, had no idea and will now … Thank you for bringing this to our attention, had no idea and will now avoid Keter products.

me too, won't be touching.

zedman75

do not buy this brand. products are made on illegal settlements and the … do not buy this brand. products are made on illegal settlements and the monies is used to oppress the Palestinians whose land it is in the first place


yet you buy apple products. every product you buy is tainted

@darkcamel
As I said I have no axe to grind as I'm not an Arab and I'm not Jewish. However, I have looked into the conflict and your last post is just pure propaganda from the BDS cribsheet. As stated, I'm pro democracy. You don't appear to be so. Firstly, there was no ethnic cleansing of Palestinians in 1948. If you care to look at unbiased reference materials the Arabs left on the advice of the surrounding Arab States as they promised to drive the Jews into the sea leaving it free for them to return. As you probably know, things didn't go to plan and the Israelis won the war that the Arabs started. Secondly, the Arabs didn't own any land in 1948. It was called Mandatory Palestine. There has never been a country called Palestine and in fact the term 'Palestinians' was only ever used pre 1964 to describe the Jews that lived there. It is an invented word. Furthermore, 80% of the land originally promised for a two state solution in the early 1920's was given to Jordan so some might say that the 'Palestinians' already have their own state. Lastly, and this was what intrigued me to go and find the truth about the conflict, Egypt and Jordan 'occupied' Gaza and The West Bank for almost 20 years but never made one effort to form a 'Palestinian' State and in fact kept the 'Palestinians' in refugee camps. This tells any rational human being that the conflict has nothing to do with peace. The 'Palestinians' are being used as pawns in a 'game' to destroy Israel together with the Jews and replace it with another Arab/Muslim State as 50 odd covering 8 million square miles of land (compared to one homeland for the Jews covering 8000 square miles) isn't enough for them!!
If there are any impartial people on here then all you have to do is go and check unbiased reference materials to see that I'm correct and then you can make a considered decision as to whether or not to buy Keter products. If, as I suspect, that most of you 'knocking' these products are BDS bullies trying to harass innocent people into not buying Israeli products, then take your propaganda and I'm sure you don't need me to tell you where to put it. Let people make their own informed choices without pumping them with a load of lies to further your cause.
Edited by: "HS1964" 2nd Jul 2015

Utter nonsense - the Palestinian Arabs still hold their land deeds showing their entitlements from pre-1948. The British mandate Palestine existed 1920-1947 MOSTLY populated and owned by Arabs, according to British Mandate Government of Palestine's records, and before that it was an Ottoman province called Falistinia, mostly populated by Arabs. They and even some Israelis had and have shown pre 1947 Palestinian passports. The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestinians in 1948 is well documented, including by ISRAELI historians and even Son of famous Israeli general Matti Peled one of the Israeli "heroes" of 48, Miko Peled (see his lectures on YouTube) dug out evidence of the plan to, in Israeli terrorist David Ben Gurion's (who went on to be Israels first PM) words - "to cleanse the Galilee". I urge you to read "Ethnic cleansing of Palestine" by Illan Pappe which details all the claims. he is a respected Israeli historian who is the Chair of History at Exeter University.
The following are some quotes by a Palestinian author, Walid Khalidi and ISRAELI war hero, Moshe Dayan.
“By the end of the 1948 war, hundreds of entire villages had not only been depopulated but obliterated, their houses blown up or bulldozed. While many of the sites are difficult to access, to this day the observant traveller of Israeli roads and highways can see traces of their presence that would escape the notice of the casual passer-by: a fenced-in area, often surmounting a gentle hill, of olive and other fruit trees left untended, of cactus hedges and domesticated plants run wild. Now and then a few crumbled houses are left standing, a neglected mosque or church, collapsing walls along the ghost of a village lane, but in the vast majority of cases, all that remains is a scattering of stones and rubble across a forgotten landscape.”
a full list of the Arab villages ethnically cleansed palestineremembered.com/Acr…tml



Edited by: "darkcamel" 2nd Jul 2015

I would urge you to read some non Z1ionist Israeli historians like Illan Pappe - the Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine.

Ilan Pappe!! As I said, if there are any neutral people on here then try reading unbiased materials. You really are bashing out your propaganda today. Maybe I should have said try reading/watching The Son Of Hamas - Mosab Hassan Yousef but until prompted I wouldn't stoop to your level!! Would really like an answer to my dilemma as to why neither Egypt nor Jordan managed to form a 'Palestinian' State whilst they occupied the 'Palestinian' land for almost 20 years? What's the problem @darkcamel? Is the answer not on your crib sheet?

quidstretchy

I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but … I'm going to buy 5 of them, I've no need whatsoever for them, but people like you need to learn that this is not the place for comments like that. And don't even get me started on glaciers, I'm sick of them


my store has only 8 left and thats them ordered, don't really need them either, but peed off with these sort of comments too
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