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Keter Manor Pent Outdoor Plastic Garden Storage Shed, 6 x 4 feet - Large, Beige - £199.99 @ Amazon
Keter Manor Pent Outdoor Plastic Garden Storage Shed, 6 x 4 feet - Large, Beige - £199.99 @ Amazon

Keter Manor Pent Outdoor Plastic Garden Storage Shed, 6 x 4 feet - Large, Beige - £199.99 @ Amazon

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Ideal outdoor storage solution for all garden tools and equipment, BBQ's, bicycles and DIY tools
Elegant wood affect exterior with single doors, plus ventilation ducts for air circulation
Floor panel with integral window for natural lighting and padlock hasp for optional added security
Made out of a durable, maintenance and fade-free weather-resistant plastic
Assembled external dimensions:183.5 x 111 x 200.5 cm (L x W x H); internal dimensions: 168.5 x 97 x 195 cm (L x W x H)

16 Comments

very nice shed. roof is a pain to put on but solid. be wary though it's smaller than given sizing. more 6x3

Original Poster

I paid £235 for this 1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Keter-Factor-Outdoor-Garden-Storage-x/dp/B00AFSTZA8/ref=sr_1_1?s=outdoors&ie=UTF8&qid=1494596929&sr=1-1&keywords=6x4+plastic+shed
so i thought this was a good deal

same as argos

Original Poster

janenmark

same as argos


argos charge for delivery

Delivery from: £6.95

Not a bad she'd, just needs 2 people and takes a while to build.

ayaz51

very nice shed. roof is a pain to put on but solid. be wary though it's … very nice shed. roof is a pain to put on but solid. be wary though it's smaller than given sizing. more 6x3



​is the floor any good on it?

janenmark

is the floor any good on it?


One reviews says it is like paper

floors ok. I put lining on it and just cut some MDF to size just incase

I have a 6' x 6' Keter shed I got for £100 in a B&Q sale a couple of years ago. It has blown apart twice now in a bit of wind. The way these are constructed in some respects is very poor design and leaves a weak spot in the structure and this goes in higher winds. Once this goes and the wind gets in - the rest collapses.
I have patched it up but dont put anything important in it. I will replace it with a wooden shed shortly.

tspill

I have a 6' x 6' Keter shed I got for £100 in a B&Q sale a couple of … I have a 6' x 6' Keter shed I got for £100 in a B&Q sale a couple of years ago. It has blown apart twice now in a bit of wind. The way these are constructed in some respects is very poor design and leaves a weak spot in the structure and this goes in higher winds. Once this goes and the wind gets in - the rest collapses.I have patched it up but dont put anything important in it. I will replace it with a wooden shed shortly.



​you either built it wrong or its not a keter shed.

I have had a keter garden shed for 7 years,never let as much as a thimble full of water in,very sturdy also,I got a guy who knows what he is doing to put it together,best purchase ever.

Edited by: "bond.e.lad" 13th May

snoopy18

One reviews says it is like paper



​Just read that review.... by someone with a surname I couldn't begin to pronounce sober.... never mind after a few scoops!! X)

I had a look at a 1 star review and the person was slating it - saying it was much smaller than stated - by a significant amount. But then I looked at the images they had uploaded (it's the review with 3 images) and I noticed that they had put it together inside out... You can see the product image has the door on the right hand side, whereas their door was on the left. So no wonder it was smaller than stated. They also made comments regarding the security - having the construction bolts visible on the outside. If the shed had been constructed correctly those bolts would be on the inside

tspill

I have a 6' x 6' Keter shed I got for £100 in a B&Q sale a couple of … I have a 6' x 6' Keter shed I got for £100 in a B&Q sale a couple of years ago. It has blown apart twice now in a bit of wind. The way these are constructed in some respects is very poor design and leaves a weak spot in the structure and this goes in higher winds. Once this goes and the wind gets in - the rest collapses.I have patched it up but dont put anything important in it. I will replace it with a wooden shed shortly.



​lol. oh your serious?

snowwraith

I had a look at a 1 star review and the person was slating it - saying it … I had a look at a 1 star review and the person was slating it - saying it was much smaller than stated - by a significant amount. But then I looked at the images they had uploaded (it's the review with 3 images) and I noticed that they had put it together inside out... You can see the product image has the door on the right hand side, whereas their door was on the left. So no wonder it was smaller than stated. They also made comments regarding the security - having the construction bolts visible on the outside. If the shed had been constructed correctly those bolts would be on the inside



Smaller on the inside than the out...
...Like some kind of reverse TARDIS!

Would a plastic shed easily get very hot in summer?
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