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Keter Store It Out Max Plastic Garden & Wheelie Bin Storage Beige & Brown - 4 X 5 Ft £95 @ Wickes
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Keter Store It Out Max Plastic Garden & Wheelie Bin Storage Beige & Brown - 4 X 5 Ft £95 @ Wickes

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Posted 28th Jun

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KETER STORE-IT OUT MAX

Garden Storage \ Bin Storage Box

Currently on offer at Wickes. £95 each, appears to be nation wide. (Not sure when the deal ends)
Beige Colour.

I bought two of these from Wickes after searching the private listings, Ebay, facebook, etc & found Wickes was the best priced & it was new. The Keter Midi is only a few quid cheaper online, So made sense to buy the bigger version for the sake of a couple of quid.

Hopefully this might come in handy for someone looking for garden storage.

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Aren't the wheely bins waterproof?
eslick28/06/2019 17:59

It’s to hide them from view not to keep them dry.


Ahh that reminds me,l'm after a something to hide my KETER STORE-IT OUT MAX from view,any suggestions anyone?
Things like this look a right faff - taking the bins in and out with the handle and wheels at the back...?
Whilst wheelie bins are clearly here to stay, some people are obliged to keep them on the front and there is nothing more unsightly that bins replacing a well kept garden, irrespective of size. Anything that can mask there appearance has to be welcomed. In my nautical themed front/rear garden, I use trellis with discarded fished net attached, mind you, I do have easy access to the beach.
Hey! what's this got to do with Keter ?. Not a lot.
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Nice price!
Does anyone know Can it fit 3 bins? Can’t really tell from pictures
Same price on amazon prime
Aren't the wheely bins waterproof?
grinnaslee28/06/2019 17:57

Aren't the wheely bins waterproof?


It’s to hide them from view not to keep them dry.
eslick28/06/2019 17:59

It’s to hide them from view not to keep them dry.


Ahh, like hide and seek
Flapjackdoodoo28/06/2019 17:53

Does anyone know Can it fit 3 bins? Can’t really tell from pictures



The picture shows 2.
Flapjackdoodoo28/06/2019 17:53

Does anyone know Can it fit 3 bins? Can’t really tell from pictures


It's 119cm wide so 2 bins roughly (but there are so many sized bins, I've got 3, a 'normal' garden waste one, a large recycling one my council let me upgrade for free...but then they 'downgraded' my household landfill bin and gave me a slim wheelie bin. So I have 3 different sized ones )
Edited by: "Regprentice" 28th Jun
Flapjackdoodoo28/06/2019 17:53

Does anyone know Can it fit 3 bins? Can’t really tell from pictures


2 bins will fly in but you'll not get a third in.
Flapjackdoodoo28/06/2019 17:53

Does anyone know Can it fit 3 bins? Can’t really tell from pictures


Only 2 bins per storage box. But plenty of space in it. :-)
decosparkle2528/06/2019 17:55

Same price on amazon prime


I noticed that on amazon, but you know how it is.. waiting in for a delivery all day.. was easier for me to nip down the road and buy one. On the plus side. If there was anything wrong with it, I can easily take it back.
Buying plastic to store plastic full if rubbish in it :/
This would of been good if we all had 2 bins still, but we've moved on and pretty much everyone now has 3 bins.
We have one wheely bin, some neighbours have none as it is only for garden/food/compostable waste.
We've got one we use for garden furniture cushions, it's a perfect size.
I bought this 3 weeks ago and it's great. Sturdy and waterproof. Fits 2 large wheelie bins but we're not using it to store the bins in. I like the way the lid has a hydraulic lift action so you don't have to hold it open.
eslick28/06/2019 17:59

It’s to hide them from view not to keep them dry.


Ahh that reminds me,l'm after a something to hide my KETER STORE-IT OUT MAX from view,any suggestions anyone?
Mimlloyd28/06/2019 20:14

I bought this 3 weeks ago and it's great. Sturdy and waterproof. Fits 2 …I bought this 3 weeks ago and it's great. Sturdy and waterproof. Fits 2 large wheelie bins but we're not using it to store the bins in. I like the way the lid has a hydraulic lift action so you don't have to hold it open.


I'm doing the same. I have lawnmower and chairs and other outdoor bits stored in it. Didn't need anything too big like a shed so these were ideal for me. Oh and the wheelie bin lol
Bear.Bargains28/06/2019 20:24

Ahh that reminds me,l'm after a something to hide my KETER STORE-IT OUT …Ahh that reminds me,l'm after a something to hide my KETER STORE-IT OUT MAX from view,any suggestions anyone?


Maybe a store it out ultra?
Hot Deals is starting to feel like DFS, if you look on here regular same deals pop up every other month... the raised price is only there to reduce it very other month. Is it a deal? Hmm
Whilst wheelie bins are clearly here to stay, some people are obliged to keep them on the front and there is nothing more unsightly that bins replacing a well kept garden, irrespective of size. Anything that can mask there appearance has to be welcomed. In my nautical themed front/rear garden, I use trellis with discarded fished net attached, mind you, I do have easy access to the beach.
Hey! what's this got to do with Keter ?. Not a lot.
Are these squirrel proof? Squirrels been biting through our bins so looking for something to keep bins hidden away from squirrels.
ran123ran29/06/2019 08:52

Are these squirrel proof? Squirrels been biting through our bins so …Are these squirrel proof? Squirrels been biting through our bins so looking for something to keep bins hidden away from squirrels.



I wouldn't think so, the wheelie bin plastic is denser/thicker than this. This is great but has a slight 'flimsy' feel. So if you're being attacked by rodents and your bins are being eaten away by squirrles, no doubt they'd eat this as well.

However it may reduce the smell and likelihood of them coming back. Spray your bins with repellant.
decosparkle2528/06/2019 17:55

Same price on amazon prime


Sign up for wickes trade 10% off. Also, some employer schemes offer 5-10% off vouchers. So can get c.15-20% off this price.
Flapjackdoodoo28/06/2019 17:53

Does anyone know Can it fit 3 bins? Can’t really tell from pictures


No only 2 bins
Flapjackdoodoo28/06/2019 17:53

Does anyone know Can it fit 3 bins? Can’t really tell from pictures


Two bins only
J4GG428/06/2019 20:00

This would of been good if we all had 2 bins still, but we've moved on and …This would of been good if we all had 2 bins still, but we've moved on and pretty much everyone now has 3 bins.


We have 4, had to pay for an extra one from our local council for garden waste!
37958405-zuOr2.jpgBought these at the beginning of the year great quality will last for years. Keeps the smells away to. 37958405-90Dt8.jpg
Looks good. My wife doesn’t want one as she literally dislocated her shoulder opening the shallow version we put the rattan furniture cushions in. Well it was more to do with the large spider that had made a home inside and freaked her out when she picked up a cushion.(lol) instead I’ve had to buy a narrow shed to hide the bins from view. just needs a lick of paint/stain... so another job on the to do list.(annoyed)

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Edited by: "M1ckj1m" 29th Jun
Things like this look a right faff - taking the bins in and out with the handle and wheels at the back...?
Thanks OP already had one so bought another. Great for storage and built really well.
We have 6 of these in the garden. Waterproof and excellent for storing wheelie bins, garden tools, picnic furniture, tool shed overflow and lots of other stuff. They are all full too. Hmm perhaps a “does this spark joy” initiative is in order. eBay, Facebook, gumtree and Shpock could help. Guess I’m just a dirty ho-der.
Edited by: "redwavyline" 29th Jun
Bear.Bargains28/06/2019 20:24

Ahh that reminds me,l'm after a something to hide my KETER STORE-IT OUT …Ahh that reminds me,l'm after a something to hide my KETER STORE-IT OUT MAX from view,any suggestions anyone?


A car cover
bobthegorilla29/06/2019 10:33

Things like this look a right faff - taking the bins in and out with the …Things like this look a right faff - taking the bins in and out with the handle and wheels at the back...?


Good point was considering until you said that
JMVikings29/06/2019 09:29

Sign up for wickes trade 10% off. Also, some employer schemes offer 5-10% …Sign up for wickes trade 10% off. Also, some employer schemes offer 5-10% off vouchers. So can get c.15-20% off this price.


Hi, I'm about to do a big online order, is this trade discount you mentioned only for "trade" and you have to be in business etc? Thanks x
Got the bigger one to store my mum's mobility cart in. Works great and stays dry. Had it up since Jan
Bought two of these last year to keep the lawn mower and other bits in.

They look shite but they keep everything dry
Pinksparkles197329/06/2019 12:42

Hi, I'm about to do a big online order, is this trade discount you …Hi, I'm about to do a big online order, is this trade discount you mentioned only for "trade" and you have to be in business etc? Thanks x


Hi, the entry requirements are fairly low. If you have a look at the registration form and t&c's.

If you don't meet them perhaps a friend or family member does?
JMVikings29/06/2019 13:05

Hi, the entry requirements are fairly low. If you have a look at the …Hi, the entry requirements are fairly low. If you have a look at the registration form and t&c's. If you don't meet them perhaps a friend or family member does?


Thanks, I'll take a look!
kingfisher29/06/2019 08:46

Whilst wheelie bins are clearly here to stay, some people are obliged to …Whilst wheelie bins are clearly here to stay, some people are obliged to keep them on the front and there is nothing more unsightly that bins replacing a well kept garden, irrespective of size. Anything that can mask there appearance has to be welcomed. In my nautical themed front/rear garden, I use trellis with discarded fished net attached, mind you, I do have easy access to the beach.Hey! what's this got to do with Keter ?. Not a lot.



We are on a terrace and people can't be bothered to move the bins back around the house. Bins fall in the wind, the road is full of rubbish. People tart up their front gardens, to then mask with three bins. Some fill them with dog, cat and human waste, and they stink. Rats run around the ones with broken lids. I'd rather a communal bin, but people can't be trusted - so that's that. I'm waiting for the Doctor Who episode based on bins as the invaders, they are infiltrating and taking over. Much of Britain is a dump.
Edited by: "BucketMan" 29th Jun
Need turntables in the bottom so you can get bins in & out. Unless you can buy anything like that separately?
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