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Keter Store-It Out Midi Outdoor Plastic Garden Storage Shed, Beige and Brown, 130 x 74 x 21 cm - £76.50 @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive
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Keter Store-It Out Midi Outdoor Plastic Garden Storage Shed, Beige and Brown, 130 x 74 x 21 cm - £76.50 @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive

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Posted 21st May
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. Great for all indoor or outdoor items such as garden tools, equipment and furniture, barbecues and DIY tools and accessories.
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I get a washing machine in the midi size with room to spare.


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AdamWalkerGX721/05/2019 19:08

I’m looking for one that holds 3 mountain bike and a kids bike - any s …I’m looking for one that holds 3 mountain bike and a kids bike - any suggestions?



A shed
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Dimensions are wrong on Amazon description , should be 130cm x 74cm x 110cm
Heat great price
This is way better as upgrades go
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 21st May
Horrid colour that grey one looks much better
I get a washing machine in the midi size with room to spare.


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SOUTHWALES21/05/2019 14:47

I get a washing machine in the midi size with room to spare.[Image] [Image]


Why?
i need to find one that hides three wheelie bins down the side of my house
You need the store it out maxi for your wheelie bins.
pogo33421/05/2019 18:59

You need the store it out maxi for your wheelie bins.


There was a group on offer a few weeks ago. I got a couple and my four bins gon in there
I’m looking for one that holds 3 mountain bike and a kids bike - any suggestions?
SOUTHWALES21/05/2019 14:47

I get a washing machine in the midi size with room to spare.[Image] [Image]


I may get one for the tumble dryer if it can.fit a washing machine.
Great price if you want/need the Midi. Managed to get the Max for £10 more a few minutes the back
pogo33421/05/2019 18:59

You need the store it out maxi for your wheelie bins.


I have one and use it for the kids garden toys (scooters/balance bikes and similar)
JasperWong21/05/2019 19:41

I may get one for the tumble dryer if it can.fit a washing machine.


Watch it don’t melt
Nice
Will it fit a petrol mower
AdamWalkerGX721/05/2019 19:08

I’m looking for one that holds 3 mountain bike and a kids bike - any s …I’m looking for one that holds 3 mountain bike and a kids bike - any suggestions?



A shed
SOUTHWALES21/05/2019 14:47

I get a washing machine in the midi size with room to spare.[Image] [Image]


I'm not sure if I want to ask how you've wired that up or not...

repouk21/05/2019 22:12

I'm not sure if I want to ask how you've wired that up or not...:{


Extension lead through an 8mm hole through wall, obviously had to remove plug to feed cable through the wall.
Wiliamshakesbeer21/05/2019 15:59

Why?


Small kitchen and wanted a dishwasher, only room for one or the other, so washing machine outside, dishwasher indoors.
SOUTHWALES21/05/2019 22:41

Extension lead through an 8mm hole through wall, obviously had to remove …Extension lead through an 8mm hole through wall, obviously had to remove plug to feed cable through the wall.


Yeah, I was afraid you were going to say something like that!

repouk21/05/2019 23:06

Yeah, I was afraid you were going to say something like that!:{



If you're genuinely concerned shouldn't you be explaining why?
If there's an rcd in place is it less safe than using an outdoor socket?
I find that slugs tend to hide in these along with spiders so you get a mish mash of goo and webs...
trogggy21/05/2019 23:57

If you're genuinely concerned shouldn't you be explaining why?If there's …If you're genuinely concerned shouldn't you be explaining why?If there's an rcd in place is it less safe than using an outdoor socket?


I usually get slammed for giving advice/an opinion, not for not doing so!

Why not? Partially because the person concerned probably does know what they should/shouldn't have done and partially because you always get someone who uses chewing gum wrappers for fuses and decides to be confrontational because they've never had a problem and everyone else is overreacting.

If it was me, I wouldn't do it in the first place; those things are for indoor use only. If so then IP66 rated socket outside connected via arctic cable to a RCD spur. Total cost would be well under £50 which isn't much when you consider it could save your child's life. Better safe than sorry and all that. Even better, don't do it in the first place.

repouk22/05/2019 00:45

I usually get slammed for giving advice/an opinion, not for not doing …I usually get slammed for giving advice/an opinion, not for not doing so!Why not? Partially because the person concerned probably does know what they should/shouldn't have done and partially because you always get someone who uses chewing gum wrappers for fuses and decides to be confrontational because they've never had a problem and everyone else is overreacting.If it was me, I wouldn't do it in the first place; those things are for indoor use only. If so then IP66 rated socket outside connected via arctic cable to a RCD spur. Total cost would be well under £50 which isn't much when you consider it could save your child's life. Better safe than sorry and all that. Even better, don't do it in the first place.:{


Can you explain why a connection made to an outside socket is safer than one made inside (assuming both are rcd protected)? I'm having trouble seeing how a connection to IP66 outside is safer than one to a normal (dry) socket inside. I can imagine someone making a safe connection via an inside plug; I can also imagine it being a hazard, depending how it's done.
Edit: not sure I'd want to put a washer in one of those either tbh though.
Edited by: "trogggy" 22nd May
trogggy22/05/2019 02:21

Can you explain why a connection made to an outside socket is safer than …Can you explain why a connection made to an outside socket is safer than one made inside (assuming both are rcd protected)? I'm having trouble seeing how a connection to IP66 outside is safer than one to a normal (dry) socket inside. I can imagine someone making a safe connection via an inside plug; I can also imagine it being a hazard, depending how it's done.Edit: not sure I'd want to put a washer in one of those either tbh though.


Apologies if my assumptions are wrong but...

It appears that the plug end of the extension board is plugged into a socket inside the house but the socket end of the extension board is actually outside and the washing machine is then plugged into that. So essentially an indoor only socket outside.
repouk22/05/2019 03:13

Apologies if my assumptions are wrong but...It appears that the plug end …Apologies if my assumptions are wrong but...It appears that the plug end of the extension board is plugged into a socket inside the house but the socket end of the extension board is actually outside and the washing machine is then plugged into that. So essentially an indoor only socket outside.


The other end of the extension lead is also inside the storage box sitting on top of the washing machine, it is higher up than the hole it was threaded through so no worries about rain water running into plugs etc, nothing unsafe about the way it is connected. You can say if the washing machine ever leaked etc but you could also say that if it was indoors.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 22nd May
Why is this so hot ? I bought this for £50 from amazon last year ?
lmcmaho22/05/2019 05:59

Why is this so hot ? I bought this for £50 from amazon last year ?


Not sure really, it’s far from its best price.
SOUTHWALES21/05/2019 14:47

I get a washing machine in the midi size with room to spare.[Image] [Image]


I find this ingenious idea.
If temperatures go freezing outside any water in the washing machine pipes will freeze, expand and damage your washing machine. That’s why I only keep my oven outside
Now showing at £85 (down from £99)
markoUK21/05/2019 21:59

A shed


Already got ones those and it’s full of crap that the mrs refuses to throw out
repouk22/05/2019 03:13

Apologies if my assumptions are wrong but...It appears that the plug end …Apologies if my assumptions are wrong but...It appears that the plug end of the extension board is plugged into a socket inside the house but the socket end of the extension board is actually outside and the washing machine is then plugged into that. So essentially an indoor only socket outside.



No, I think you're right on re-reading. I was thinking the wm lead itself was passing through the wall.
It still might be safe, depending how it's done, but I've had too many extensions / trailing leads fail ) to see them as a great idea on a permanent connection outside.
If it were me (in my house) I'd either chop the wm plug and pass it through the wall or spur off a socket via a fused connection unit and fit an outside socket. As long as there's an rcd there I'd be happy enough (whatever the regs say).
Which reminds me, I need to sort an rcd out (new house).
I'd be concerned having an appliance designed for indoors being used outdoors, moisture, humidity, wide variation of temperature is not something it's been designed to used in. It'll work but maybe a much shorter lifespan and who wants to load their laundry outdoors?

Then there's the chance it's electrically unsafe depending on who and how it was wired up. Far too many variables for me and probably renders your household insurance invalid if it blows up, burns down the house or electrocuted next doors cat.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 22nd May
Just to clarify for these pretentious DIY sparkies thinking spur to rcd outside socket wouldve been correct they are completely wrong what you have done is a good viable solution. The flex of the extension lead is suitable for outdoor use and your homes 30mah rcd protects that circuit. ANY earth fault is picked up there. Water will cause short circuit and trip mcb, rcd anyway (should...). Rcd on rcd (unless timed rcd 🤑) is not allowed according to the old and NEW regs (18th edition). But then again who am i but a fully qualified electrician of 9yrs.
AFD on the other hand... maybe
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