Keter 5-Tier Heavy Duty Shelving £13.60 @ Homebase
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Keter 5-Tier Heavy Duty Shelving £13.60 @ Homebase

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Found 26th Apr
good price for 5 tier plastic shelving

collection only from homebase so if thats a problem then there are couple of decent deals on ebay for 4 tier shelving (combine with the 10% off deal listed on HUKD) i.e.

ebay.co.uk/itm…042

ebay.co.uk/itm…633
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Georgi_B11 h, 49 m ago

Thanks for the deal but for me is better to pay a little more extra for …Thanks for the deal but for me is better to pay a little more extra for metal shelf I bought before one for around £19 from ebay. Don't know if is still the same price.


and if you have the time, even better to build one from 18mm osb and 2x3s.
b&q will slice the osb for free to your size.
the 2x3s they stock are £2.50 for a length.
it worked out the same price as plastic/metal but 10x stronger and fits from wall to wall snugly :-)
major advantage: i built it all the way to the ceiling giving me extra shelf.
took me good few hours!
Bought a couple of years back and already now slightly skewed. Stick with proper metal or wooden shelving instead of this plastic tat..... Probably fine for storing toilet rolls but that's about it
Edited by: "mwa" 27th Apr
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Thanks for the deal but for me is better to pay a little more extra for metal shelf I bought before one for around £19 from ebay. Don't know if is still the same price.
Poor quality with lots of broken pieces. I bought 2 last year but had to replace 1 due to broken pieces . Also if collecting from store , go inside , check and buy . Staff want to get rid of broken ones first so better pick yourself and check for broken pieces .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Apr
sam_of_london17 m ago

Poor quality with lots of broken pieces. I bought 2 last year but had to …Poor quality with lots of broken pieces. I bought 2 last year but had to replace 1 due to broken pieces . Also if collecting from store , go inside , check and buy . Staff want to get rid of broken ones first so better pick yourself and check for broken pieces .


Standard common sense init? Same as checking Eggs at supermarket?
snappyfish5 m ago

Standard common sense init? Same as checking Eggs at supermarket?


No , other stores don't keep broken stuff as sale items like Homebase. Many times I reserved only to find all the stock was broken when collecting. If you want to suffer the agony of buying broken stuff when you open the package , Homebase is number one.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Apr
Thanks reserved two
Bought a couple of years back and already now slightly skewed. Stick with proper metal or wooden shelving instead of this plastic tat..... Probably fine for storing toilet rolls but that's about it
Edited by: "mwa" 27th Apr
mwa2 h, 30 m ago

Bought a couple of years back and already now slightly skewed. Stick with …Bought a couple of years back and already now slightly skewed. Stick with proper metal or wooden shelving instead of this plastic tat..... Probably fine for storing toilet rolls but that's about it


exact same experience. It's more useful than no shelving but looks like the leaning tower of pisa so i wouldn't store beers on it in case they fall down and get fizzy
Wooden ones are your best bet. Even the metal ones have a tendency to bend and warp given how thin they are.

These can do a job though if it's just for light storage stuff
just wanted to say: "Heavy Duty" LOL, really?
they even removed the max. load info to stop me laughing.
i understand the comments about them not being as strong as wood or metal shelves but for me its horses for courses - you choose the right product for the job

as long as you dont put too much weight on them & dont mind that they look more 'tacky' then wood or metal (hidden away in a sed who cares) then these are the best option as you can put one together or take one apart in under 5 minutes plus they weigh a lot less than wood or metal shelves plus they dont rust or rot

the metal ones with bolts are actually cheaper at homebase (just £10)
homebase.co.uk/gal…332
but I dont want to have to spend up to an hour screwing one together when i can have a plastic one up in 5 minutes
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 27th Apr
Georgi_B11 h, 49 m ago

Thanks for the deal but for me is better to pay a little more extra for …Thanks for the deal but for me is better to pay a little more extra for metal shelf I bought before one for around £19 from ebay. Don't know if is still the same price.


and if you have the time, even better to build one from 18mm osb and 2x3s.
b&q will slice the osb for free to your size.
the 2x3s they stock are £2.50 for a length.
it worked out the same price as plastic/metal but 10x stronger and fits from wall to wall snugly :-)
major advantage: i built it all the way to the ceiling giving me extra shelf.
took me good few hours!
I've got 2 no probs at all
Keter an Israeli Company,

Keter has a factory in the illegal industrial settlement of Barkan, in the occupied West Bank. Here, as in settlement industrial zones across the region, some of the most harmful and polluting Israeli industries take place, exploiting the captive Palestinian workforce.
wordzworth2 h, 14 m ago

Keter an Israeli Company,Keter has a factory in the illegal industrial …Keter an Israeli Company,Keter has a factory in the illegal industrial settlement of Barkan, in the occupied West Bank. Here, as in settlement industrial zones across the region, some of the most harmful and polluting Israeli industries take place, exploiting the captive Palestinian workforce.


There’s always one. Make a campaign for them to relocate so all of the workers will be left without work like what happened to soda stream. Pretty sure they were not thanking BDS for their unemployment
yas21239 m ago

There’s always one. Make a campaign for them to relocate so all of the w …There’s always one. Make a campaign for them to relocate so all of the workers will be left without work like what happened to soda stream. Pretty sure they were not thanking BDS for their unemployment


OK no worries, let me steal your house and then I will then pay you £5 to clean it for me, and when someone tries to defend you, make sure your the first to say, no its ok I want my £5 job.

What about giving the land back to the people it was stolen from, and letting them have back their Farms/houses/businesses that were destroyed.
Edited by: "wordzworth" 27th Apr
These are absolutely crap. Bent in about 2 weeks.
Nothing heavy duty about this crap. Avoid.
sam_of_london22 h, 6 m ago

Poor quality with lots of broken pieces. I bought 2 last year but had to …Poor quality with lots of broken pieces. I bought 2 last year but had to replace 1 due to broken pieces . Also if collecting from store , go inside , check and buy . Staff want to get rid of broken ones first so better pick yourself and check for broken pieces .


Agree, with anything plastic it’s always wise to check the contents first BUT staff want to get rid of broken ones first is a bit dramatic - I think you’ll find homebase staff have no idea what is broken and what isn’t - why would they possibly want to give a paying customer something that’s knowingly broken?

Keep the comments real Sam, don’t pretend to know something nobody else does
wordzworth17 h, 3 m ago

OK no worries, let me steal your house and then I will then pay you £5 to …OK no worries, let me steal your house and then I will then pay you £5 to clean it for me, and when someone tries to defend you, make sure your the first to say, no its ok I want my £5 job.What about giving the land back to the people it was stolen from, and letting them have back their Farms/houses/businesses that were destroyed.



The Jews are the orginal inhabitants tho.

It's just that they left the house and when they returned, some squatters have taken over.
Really ? Are people going to seriously try and discuss a complex political issue on a deal forum ?

Honestly I assumed wrongly people had more sense.

Anyway thanks OP I went for a metal set instead , can’t be building shelf’s for hours and 200kg is fine by me for £10
missmisiowa27th Apr

and if you have the time, even better to build one from 18mm osb and …and if you have the time, even better to build one from 18mm osb and 2x3s.b&q will slice the osb for free to your size.the 2x3s they stock are £2.50 for a length.it worked out the same price as plastic/metal but 10x stronger and fits from wall to wall snugly :-)major advantage: i built it all the way to the ceiling giving me extra shelf.took me good few hours!


They cut osb to size!??
snappyfish2 h, 11 m ago

They cut osb to size!??


yes for free and you can leave off-cuts behind :-)
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