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Keter Hollywood Garden Plastic Storage Box 270L - Brown £16.96 @ Homebase (Free click & collect)
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Keter Hollywood Garden Plastic Storage Box 270L - Brown £16.96 @ Homebase (Free click & collect)

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Posted 12th Feb

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20% reduction on various Keter storage items including Keter Hollywood Garden Plastic Storage Box 270L - down to £16.96. Next best price looks to be B&Q at £25. Free click and collect.



Give your outdoor space a stylish makeover with the Hollywood Deck Box. Featuring an attractive wood look texture, this storage box will complement any décor. The damage-resistant build provides durability, while the 270L / 70 GL capacity offers generous space for garden accessories, tools, cushions, or toys. Easy to assemble, the box is also easy to keep secure thanks to the lockable door.

  • Ideal outdoor storage box for garden tools and equipment, furniture cushions, garden games and accessories
  • Decorative wood panel-style design with 270L capacity keeping all items ventilated and dry
  • Built-in handles for convenient portability and has lockable option for added security
  • Made of durable, weather-resistant and maintenance fade-free plastic
  • Assembled external dimensions: (L)117.5 x (W)45 x (H)57.3 cm; internal dimensions: (L)117.3 x (W)44.5 x (H)53 cm


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i bought two, cut small holes in the front at the bottom, filled with hay and straw and now have hedgehogs hibernating in them!
tintowellfan12/02/2020 06:30

Cheers. Just ordered another two to add to my growing collection!


Growing collection due to the recent winds?
I bought 3 of these a few years ago and they all broke within a few months. They are brittle, deform too easily and are terrible in any kind of winds. There is no proper hinge in the lid, but 3 points which clip in. These kept popping out and meant you had to reattach the lid constantly which wore out the join meaning the slightest wind would send the lids somewhere over the rainbow, smashing them to pieces in the process.

Bottom line, they are cheap because they are junk. One of my keter storage box survives still, the next model up, 340 litre has a better method of attaching the lid so it's never been torn to pieces. All 3 of these went to the tip within a few months.
Wasn't sure I needed it, the stock photo of a bowl of lemons and refreshments got me over the line39888382-DrAxz.jpg
They do have a padlock slot on the front which will stop them blowing open. I used to put a brick on top of mine and eventually it made the lid bend in the middle a little, lifting the sides.

The spiders were too strong for my brick though....they still got in
Edited by: "bakerman" 12th Feb
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Thanks looks really handy for storing the paddling pool and inflatables in.
Cheers. Just ordered another two to add to my growing collection!
Bought one last week for £25 from B&Q so taking that back and ordered 3of these. So much for saving money 🤪 great find op
tintowellfan12/02/2020 06:30

Cheers. Just ordered another two to add to my growing collection!


Growing collection due to the recent winds?
I bought 3 of these a few years ago and they all broke within a few months. They are brittle, deform too easily and are terrible in any kind of winds. There is no proper hinge in the lid, but 3 points which clip in. These kept popping out and meant you had to reattach the lid constantly which wore out the join meaning the slightest wind would send the lids somewhere over the rainbow, smashing them to pieces in the process.

Bottom line, they are cheap because they are junk. One of my keter storage box survives still, the next model up, 340 litre has a better method of attaching the lid so it's never been torn to pieces. All 3 of these went to the tip within a few months.
I keep them in my garage for storing tools, beer, etc. Keeps the garage a bit tidier. Not sure i would put them outside where I live, very windy at times.
I noticed the larger ones also double as a seat. These don't mention that so presumably not very strong
Wasn't sure I needed it, the stock photo of a bowl of lemons and refreshments got me over the line39888382-DrAxz.jpg
i bought two, cut small holes in the front at the bottom, filled with hay and straw and now have hedgehogs hibernating in them!
cynikill12/02/2020 07:16

Growing collection due to the recent winds? I bought 3 of these a few …Growing collection due to the recent winds? I bought 3 of these a few years ago and they all broke within a few months. They are brittle, deform too easily and are terrible in any kind of winds. There is no proper hinge in the lid, but 3 points which clip in. These kept popping out and meant you had to reattach the lid constantly which wore out the join meaning the slightest wind would send the lids somewhere over the rainbow, smashing them to pieces in the process.Bottom line, they are cheap because they are junk. One of my keter storage box survives still, the next model up, 340 litre has a better method of attaching the lid so it's never been torn to pieces. All 3 of these went to the tip within a few months.


Agree. Mine is now in bits due to recent weather. If ever the saying buy cheap buy twice comes to mind it's for this pile
Assemble after Feb. There are two more storms on the way. This will be doing the tango with next doors trampoline if you assemble
Wish they would make these with a biodegradable (after 20+years of course) plastic of some kind.
Edited by: "ozzmosiz" 12th Feb
Looks like a decent enough size for the garden furniture pillows. Thanks!
I have one of these. It has survived the storms and hasn't even had water in it. Must be placed on level ground else it twists allowing water in. Place something on top to prevent wind blowing the lid open
They do have a padlock slot on the front which will stop them blowing open. I used to put a brick on top of mine and eventually it made the lid bend in the middle a little, lifting the sides.

The spiders were too strong for my brick though....they still got in
Edited by: "bakerman" 12th Feb
Excellent thanks
Bought to store the M365 Pro.
Folded length 108cm for anyone else thinking about it. Make sure you lock via the app and also secure using a disc lock on the rear wheel.
They've changed the original price to £19.95 so saving £2.99 now, for absolutely no reason i'm now unsure if i need 2 of these even though the purchase price is exactly the same, just dOESN'T seem such a good bargain now HAHAHA
I have one of these, it became an unintentional reservation park for slugs, snails and spiders. I’m scared to open this now....
Needed something for the conservatory, should do the trick
chublet12/02/2020 08:33

i bought two, cut small holes in the front at the bottom, filled with hay …i bought two, cut small holes in the front at the bottom, filled with hay and straw and now have hedgehogs hibernating in them!


You've restored my faith in humans... for a day
Good find - ordered
Heat added from me
I paid £30 for one of these in Argos a week ago But I'm thinking of getting another one and turning it into a composter.
Kaytranada12/02/2020 08:31

Wasn't sure I needed it, the stock photo of a bowl of lemons and …Wasn't sure I needed it, the stock photo of a bowl of lemons and refreshments got me over the line[Image]


This is identical to the setup I have in my garden. I just replace the lemons every couple of weeks.
The box is cheap rubbish btw. Lets water in and if you sat on it, it would collapse
Hi Chanchi, I live in Little Bowden which must be kind of near looking at your deal! I've followed a bunch of your travel deals, thanks for those! Any more from east midlands and birmingham appreciated, Thanks!
Kaytranada12/02/2020 08:31

Wasn't sure I needed it, the stock photo of a bowl of lemons and …Wasn't sure I needed it, the stock photo of a bowl of lemons and refreshments got me over the line[Image]


hahaha !
Not sure what's so 'Hollywood' about this apart from being cheap and plastic?
Some of them have a metal padlock loop connected to the plastic lid,

they also come with a chocolate teapot and fireguard inside.
Got these exact ones end of summer, two fo them. BOTH are in the bin, absolute rubbish, quite how Keter put their names to them is beyond me. You get what you pay for. Out old Keter box, £50 is still going strong!! These are way too weak to use as a seat btw...
Fill with soil and grow potatoes!
spider palaces
These really are cheap and cheerful. Don't expect them to last very long. It will be either broken or out of shape in a couple of months.
I bought one of these but it's too small to fit all the patio furniture cushions in, I wonder what everyone else does with theirs in the winter?
ohmygod200612/02/2020 10:25

I have one of these, it became an unintentional reservation park for …I have one of these, it became an unintentional reservation park for slugs, snails and spiders. I’m scared to open this now....


In my old house the previous owner had left one of these things. One day years later I open it and I discover an ant colony. I don't understand how something like this can be used to store things without creepy crawlies getting in.
chublet12/02/2020 08:33

i bought two, cut small holes in the front at the bottom, filled with hay …i bought two, cut small holes in the front at the bottom, filled with hay and straw and now have hedgehogs hibernating in them!


Chublet you are wonderful. Take a bow.
Worst thing I've ever bought ended up using self tapers to hold it together that's why it this price
Cheap man pays twice
Kaytranada12/02/2020 08:31

Wasn't sure I needed it, the stock photo of a bowl of lemons and …Wasn't sure I needed it, the stock photo of a bowl of lemons and refreshments got me over the line[Image]


You can also store Limes in it..
I bought one 2 years ago and my main gripe is the crappy hinges - the lid is connected to the box with plastic hinges that arent robost and one of mine broke in no time, so now the lid cant be opened without one side popping out, which means something heavy has to sit on it to keep it closed. If you do get one don't keep anything good inside as damp still gets in between the joints and you do eventually end up with mould, which I found when we kept camping chairs inside. Mould and spiders.... Ewww.
Got it. Built it. Using it. Decent bit of kit for just over £15. Thanks for posting the deal.
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