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Keter 8X6ft shed price drop to £344 from £527 at Amazon
Keter 8X6ft shed price drop to £344 from £527 at Amazon

Keter 8X6ft shed price drop to £344 from £527 at Amazon

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Lowest price this has been in over a year. Low maintenance shed.

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Bargain I paid £419 on to Amazon right now

can I live in it?

can I live in it?

That reminds me, must get some Halls Soothers later on, throats killin' me

good shed, needs a level base but has a nice height and double doors are handy. price is good compared to what you will pay in summer months (£450-£550) so voted hot. will always be people who don't like plastic but once your past that then keter are good.

goodboy

good shed, needs a level base but has a nice height and double doors are … good shed, needs a level base but has a nice height and double doors are handy. price is good compared to what you will pay in summer months (£450-£550) so voted hot. will always be people who don't like plastic but once your past that then keter are good.



People won't get past the fact that anything more than a strong breeze will blow the doors off and indent the sides.
Obviously this depending on positioning, but i'd never buy these plastic efforts again.
Factor in the cost of ground anchors and ratchet cables to keep these standing.... trust me, I know

This is gunna get hot

Does anyone know how big the box/packaging is for this? Want to order but need to sort out the base before I can build the shed so need to store the packaging for a week or so probably.

Excellent price, I have this one and a 6 x 6 - both rock solid after years of use

Sharpharp

People won't get past the fact that anything more than a strong breeze … People won't get past the fact that anything more than a strong breeze will blow the doors off and indent the sides. Obviously this depending on positioning, but i'd never buy these plastic efforts again. Factor in the cost of ground anchors and ratchet cables to keep these standing.... trust me, I know



I've had this shed for 12 months through severe gales and it's been rock solid. It could be positioning but I believe it's a solid bit of kit and as long as you follow the build instructions you can't go far wrong. The doors haven't budged nor the sides and they're fully exposed to the elements.

Bargain price, I paid £450 and was happy with that. Heat for the deal OP

Does anyone know how big the box/packaging is for this? Want to order but … Does anyone know how big the box/packaging is for this? Want to order but need to sort out the base before I can build the shed so need to store the packaging for a week or so probably.



Two very heavy boxes that you could stand upright against a wall to minimise space.

what is the option with the storage box? is it worth the extra?

How much pcm?

Sharpharp

People won't get past the fact that anything more than a strong breeze … People won't get past the fact that anything more than a strong breeze will blow the doors off and indent the sides. Obviously this depending on positioning, but i'd never buy these plastic efforts again. Factor in the cost of ground anchors and ratchet cables to keep these standing.... trust me, I know



​sorry but this is nonsense

I would suggest if this has really happened to you it wasn't a keter one.

I've a 6x4 that has had no end of winter and summer weather thrown at it over the last 10 years and it's still perfect

I've now an 8 x 11 too and I expect each to last 20+ years no problem

low maintenance but bloody ugly

I got a 10x8 shiplap shed with a 1 inch solid floor for £550 and it's the best purchase i ever got this year.

£35 on top for 2.5 litres of Sadolin and it should last 25 years or so and looks and performs a lot better than this

very good shed I have the exact same... paid around 400 I think.. never budged or moved nor have the doors blown off... easyish to assemble requires a couple. but all in all very good tempted for another at this price!

hot, it's £3 cheaper at Tesco but still hot

Had mine for 8 years now,has not let in a thimble full of water over the years,tremendous quality shed at a great price,but very important that your base is solid and level.hot.

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you_gotta_be_kidding

hot, it's £3 cheaper at Tesco but still hot



Delivery is extra through tescos.

InTheKnow444

low maintenance but bloody ugly I got a 10x8 shiplap shed with a 1 inch … low maintenance but bloody ugly I got a 10x8 shiplap shed with a 1 inch solid floor for £550 and it's the best purchase i ever got this year.£35 on top for 2.5 litres of Sadolin and it should last 25 years or so and looks and performs a lot better than this



​... and will regularly require painted @ £35 a time and effort to do.

in the ten years or so we've had the smaller one my FIL has painted his wooden shed three times and had to replace the felt on the roof.

each to their own circumstance though. our house is v modern and contemporary so it suits better than an old fashioned wooden one, but likewise one of these would look out of place in a mature garden of say a older house.

Does the plastic discolour after time in the sunshine?

mario999

Does the plastic discolour after time in the sunshine?



​ours hasn't, no.

Has this got a floor or does it really on concrete/paving base

Is this what my grandfather fought a war for....plastic sheds? oOGood job he's not around to see it.

the only problem i have with this is with the rise in people breaking in to sheds how much stuff can/would you actually want to store in one of these given its poor security?

They have a thick black plastic floor,we have 2 of these and they are superb & they still look like new 4 years on. requires 2 people to assemble but they are pretty straight forward to build up.

Personally I wouldn't get another Keter shed, the one I have had the wind catch the door one day and break the top moulding for the door, I've attempted to order a new spare part from Keter but it's currently not available and all I hear is "soon" for the past few months when asking about the part. I also had part of the side of my shed get cracked by a window cleaner being a bit dim and leaning a ladder against it. As the shed is made of Polypropylene which doesn't like being glued it's not possible to stick it back together for a repair for either problem. At least with a wooden shed you can do your own repairs or a metal shed that won't snap, tear or crack.

Where are these manufactured? Is it still Israel?

Thanks

Jaybeam

Has this got a floor or does it really on concrete/paving base



​it has a hard plastic floor however you need a flat solid base to erect it on

Try flubit as I just bought a 6 x 4 & got 7.5% off the Amazon price with quick day delivery.

hmm picked up a keter box thing every single one in homemase was cracked or broken in some way they opened them for me loads returned and reduced because they were broken wonder if these are the same flimsy breakable otherwise be great if you plan on moving I really could do with one

We've had this model for around 2.5yrs. The roof has blown off a couple of times in strong gales but was easy enough to find and put back on! Very pleased with it

finicky2

We've had this model for around 2.5yrs. The roof has blown off a couple … We've had this model for around 2.5yrs. The roof has blown off a couple of times in strong gales but was easy enough to find and put back on! Very pleased with it



​ surely after the first time you'd put a bead of silicon or something on the inside.

you_gotta_be_kidding

​ surely after the first time you'd put a bead of silicon or something on … ​ surely after the first time you'd put a bead of silicon or something on the inside.



​or the screws in the roof it's supposed to have?

always gotta be hate when a deal is posted with some connection to Israel. Give it a break you lot will you?

TheMonk123

Where are these manufactured? Is it still Israel?Thanks


Let's hope so

you_gotta_be_kidding

​ surely after the first time you'd put a bead of silicon or something on … ​ surely after the first time you'd put a bead of silicon or something on the inside.


I've always found it too tricky to dismantle transistors, I can't even get a bead of germanium to come out intact.

we have a similar shed, great produce (although it did have part missing) and looks great. Make sure you have flat hard base though.

Wooden sheds are great but need maintenance, metal sheds are sturdy but you need to make a base and they inevitably rust.

This will be my first plastic shed which will match my plastic store-it out bike box and plastic eden benches. They have a woodgrain appearance and a lot of people have been fooled into thinking it was real wood. Best thing is having an integral base which makes it water-tight and warmer plus minimal maintenance and no rust. Looking forward to the Shed and putting it together within hours.
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