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Keter Store It Out Max Plastic Garden & Wheelie Bin Storage Beige & Brown - approx 4 X 5 Ft (1200L) now £98 Delivered @ Wickes (Midi £85)
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Keter Store It Out Max Plastic Garden & Wheelie Bin Storage Beige & Brown - approx 4 X 5 Ft (1200L) now £98 Delivered @ Wickes (Midi £85)

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Posted 25th Apr
Decent price considering it includes Delivery too - not to be confused with the smaller 845L version (which is on offer for £85 - link below) this is 1200L

Both can also be ordered & C+C for Free - which may prove useful if you have one of the 15% off vouchers for use instore as per this offer Wickes 15% off £30 spend 25th-29th instore - credit @RCAnderson

Excellent reviews across all retailers & we have a similar version, withstood all the high winds / snow / ice where we live for the last 4 years & still going strong


1200 L polypropylene garden storage unit for garden furniture, lawn mowers, barbecue equipment and other outdoor items. Also accommodates two 240 L wheelie bins. Designed for easy assembly and virtually maintenance-free.


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  • Pistons included for easy opening
  • Includes floor panel and built in support for wooden shelves
  • Keeps contents dry and ventilated
  • Padlock hasp for security
  • Virtually maintenance-free - will not rust, dent, rot or peel; just occasionally wash to keep clean
  • Weather-resistant and UV-stabilised - does not fade
  • Easy assembly
  • Can accommodate 2 x 240 L wheelie bins
  • Assembled dimensions: length 820 mm, width 1450 mm, height 1250 mm
  • Packed dimensions: length 1465 mm, width 863 mm, height 230 mm



Keter Store It Out Midi Plastic Garden Storage Beige & Brown - 2 x 4 ft now £85


The global selling Store-It-Out MIDI is a storage shed that can be used indoors or outdoors. It has a durable and weather-resistant build, comes with a floor panel, and can be opened from the top or the front. The Store-It-Out MIDI has a capacity of 845 L/225 G and can hold two 120 L Wheelie Bins. With a built in shelf support for extra storage options (Shelf not included), the store it out Midi is easy to assemble, and can be locked for that extra sense of security.


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  • Ideal outdoor storage solution for garden tools and equipment, BBQ and accessories and x2 120L wheelie bins
  • Elegant wood effect panels that opens from the top or the front and with a lockable feature for secure closure
  • Heavy-duty floor with built-in support for shelving and 845 L capacity
  • Durable, weather-resistant design - no maintenance or fading
  • Assembled dimensions: 130 x 74 x 110 cm (L x W x H) ; internal dimensions: 121 x 64 x 100 cm (L x W x H)
  • With 2 years Manufacturers Warranty


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Is this the one that can fit bikes?

My ex-wife is looking for a new place to live.
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Is this the one that can fit bikes?

My ex-wife is looking for a new place to live.
esudl21 m ago

Is this the one that can fit bikes?My ex-wife is looking for a new place …Is this the one that can fit bikes?My ex-wife is looking for a new place to live.


You saying your ex wife is a bike? She likes to ride? :/
esudl34 m ago

Is this the one that can fit bikes?My ex-wife is looking for a new place …Is this the one that can fit bikes?My ex-wife is looking for a new place to live.


No that would be the Ultra, I got it recently from Amazon on the DOTD for £188

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Highly nickable unless they’re bolted down, neighbours had one pinched straight into the back of a van by some ‘do as you likeys’, even pulled onto their driveway to do it
Wouldnt trust these with bikes, they're very flimsy, and could be pulled apart. Wheelie bin stowage is ideal however
This price has been at wickes for minimum 6 months...
Rich0691 h, 47 m ago

Wouldnt trust these with bikes, they're very flimsy, and could be pulled …Wouldnt trust these with bikes, they're very flimsy, and could be pulled apart. Wheelie bin stowage is ideal however


I don't store bike in it but it very firm, of course not as wood but it does the job.
I still need to find a lock for mine to keep the lid shut, it's an odd size
Toon_army25/04/2019 12:25

I still need to find a lock for mine to keep the lid shut, it's an odd size


The lid on my Max stays shut fine because the latch thing clips over the plastic bolt. I dont bother with a padlock for mine, these Keter stores are so flimsy a padlock is pointless.
junk1525/04/2019 10:32

This price has been at wickes for minimum 6 months...

The last time this was posted as a deal, only a couple of weeks back, hasn't been expired, hasn't run as hot as this, so good work op recycling a deal without credit, would have been polite to check for an existing deal first.
Same price at Amazon
Edited by: "oobie38" 25th Apr
Biker.Jeff25/04/2019 13:00

The lid on my Max stays shut fine because the latch thing clips over the …The lid on my Max stays shut fine because the latch thing clips over the plastic bolt. I dont bother with a padlock for mine, these Keter stores are so flimsy a padlock is pointless.


Its doesn't I've had two of the max and the plasic latch thing just lifts off so I need a long padlock to lock it
Toon_army9 m ago

Its doesn't I've had two of the max and the plasic latch thing just lifts …Its doesn't I've had two of the max and the plasic latch thing just lifts off so I need a long padlock to lock it


Mine works exactly as its supposed to. The plastic bolt holds the catch, only when you turn the bolt is there a flat side that releases the catch for the roof.
Yours must be faulty, or you haven't installed it properly.
Biker.Jeff10 h, 23 m ago

The lid on my Max stays shut fine because the latch thing clips over the …The lid on my Max stays shut fine because the latch thing clips over the plastic bolt. I dont bother with a padlock for mine, these Keter stores are so flimsy a padlock is pointless.


Mine shuts exactly as it should. Yours must be faulty
oobie3812 h, 6 m ago

The last time this was posted as a deal, only a couple of weeks back, …The last time this was posted as a deal, only a couple of weeks back, hasn't been expired, hasn't run as hot as this, so good work op recycling a deal without credit, would have been polite to check for an existing deal first.Same price at Amazon


Seriously?? Some people on here are just hard work....

Thanks OP, appreciate the effort. Heated.
Rich06925/04/2019 08:48

Wouldnt trust these with bikes, they're very flimsy, and could be pulled …Wouldnt trust these with bikes, they're very flimsy, and could be pulled apart. Wheelie bin stowage is ideal however


Whenever anyone mentions using them to store wheelie bins - I wonder what the point is? It's not as if you need to protect them from the elements like a bike or buggy, and whenever you want to put rubbish in you have extra faff in opening them as well as the bins.
thinwhiteduke1 h, 17 m ago

Whenever anyone mentions using them to store wheelie bins - I wonder what …Whenever anyone mentions using them to store wheelie bins - I wonder what the point is? It's not as if you need to protect them from the elements like a bike or buggy, and whenever you want to put rubbish in you have extra faff in opening them as well as the bins.


I put my wheelie bins in them, as they're an eyesore. Different colours and look very untidy at the front of the house (no option). This stowage looks a lot better.
Rich06925/04/2019 08:48

Wouldnt trust these with bikes, they're very flimsy, and could be pulled …Wouldnt trust these with bikes, they're very flimsy, and could be pulled apart. Wheelie bin stowage is ideal however


I'm going to put a hole in mine and drill an anchor in to concrete so this is more for coverage than security.
AbandonedTrolley35 m ago

I'm going to put a hole in mine and drill an anchor in to concrete so this …I'm going to put a hole in mine and drill an anchor in to concrete so this is more for coverage than security.


Good idea, the plastic is quite thin, so wood screws will go straight through- and put a wide washer inside so the screw wont be pulled through id suggest.
I've seen this posted before and I've struggled to understand something. In my wheelie bins, I put things I don't want. Why should I want to protect the things, I don't want? Or am I missing a point somewhere?
Peelerfart26/04/2019 18:50

I've seen this posted before and I've struggled to understand something. …I've seen this posted before and I've struggled to understand something. In my wheelie bins, I put things I don't want. Why should I want to protect the things, I don't want? Or am I missing a point somewhere?


Aesthetics I guess, looks nicer than two wheelie bins in your back garden
Could be good to store a gas bbq in if you dont have a shed...
ML626/04/2019 18:57

Aesthetics I guess, looks nicer than two wheelie bins in your back garden


Well if that's it, I think I'll pass. No vote from me
Peelerfart2 h, 6 m ago

Well if that's it, I think I'll pass. No vote from me


I have one but just use it as a storage box, toys and patio cushions etc. Works well for that
I have a Keter Max and i'm not sure if it looks any better than a couple of wheelie bins, bins and the Max are both plastic, with the bins better made and stronger.
I might put the bins in my Keter Max and then the whole thing in my shed.
Mine fell to bits. Waste of money.
Got one last week to store cushions in. Its not 100% weather proof so don't buy it for that.
oobie3825th Apr

The last time this was posted as a deal, only a couple of weeks back, …The last time this was posted as a deal, only a couple of weeks back, hasn't been expired, hasn't run as hot as this, so good work op recycling a deal without credit, would have been polite to check for an existing deal first.Same price at Amazon


Who cares? Seriously.
I have one. Got it for £78 in an Amazon lightening deal. Is perfect for tools and garden accessories but dont trust anything valuable inside it.
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