Really Useful 64L Storage Box – Clear £9.85 using code @ Robert Dyas (free C&C)
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Really Useful 64L Storage Box – Clear £9.85 using code @ Robert Dyas (free C&C)

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Found 25th Aug 2017Edited by:"noddle36"
Really Useful 64L Storage Box is £11.59 using 15% off with Code 15AUG price comes down to £9.85.

This Really Useful 64L Storage Box is a practical solution for keeping everything neat and organised. The large capacity and spacious design make it great for stationery essentials or even keeping towels organised in the airing cupboard.

Promising the exceptional quality of the Really Useful brand, you know this storage box has been designed to last, and thanks to the clip-top lid, everything is kept secure. Plus, because it’s clear you can easily see what’s inside without needing to open it.

Specifications

  • Made of durable plastic
  • Capacity: 64L
  • Dimensions: H31 x W44 x D71cm
  • Colour: Clear
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Strange question I know, but does anyone know if this is water proof? I want to use it for my sous vide cooking
Yes, can fill up with water.
Brought up to my wife that we need a couple useful boxes around...... pretty sure I'm sleeping on the couch tonight. Word of caution with how you bring this up with the SO.
Arunvarma9 m ago

Strange question I know, but does anyone know if this is water proof? I …Strange question I know, but does anyone know if this is water proof? I want to use it for my sous vide cooking



The material is watertight but there is no seal between the box and the lid if that's what you are asking? I'm also not sure how this would react to high temperatures? It's quite a high density plastic so probably would keep its shape up to 100C but I suspect it would leach all sorts of nasty chemicals?!
Arunvarma1 h, 12 m ago

Strange question I know, but does anyone know if this is water proof? I …Strange question I know, but does anyone know if this is water proof? I want to use it for my sous vide cooking




I've known storage boxes like this to get really brittle over time which is a problem with keeping it full of water.

Also, to keep this full of enough water to comfortably submerse bags of food in, I've imagine you'd need 30l+ of water, that's going to take a very long time to heat up and use a lot of power.

I'm also really paranoid about immersion heaters in plastic containers but that's just me. Seen too many thermostat failures and what a lot of them do if they're no longer submersed (either form evaporation or leaks).
qyestionmark1 h, 41 m ago

The material is watertight but there is no seal between the box and the …The material is watertight but there is no seal between the box and the lid if that's what you are asking? I'm also not sure how this would react to high temperatures? It's quite a high density plastic so probably would keep its shape up to 100C but I suspect it would leach all sorts of nasty chemicals?!

Even if it did leech chemicals, you're cooking food in vacuum sealed bags. So it wouldn't matter.
"I want to use it for my sous vide cooking"


Look on YouTube...loads and I means loads of good videos.... of what works at home
Won't let me load the link.....but type in.... sous vide cooking at home
Nothing in the North?
Out of stock online
If you are ordering 3 or more Staples still have practically the same deals as above with free delivery
They also sell the 62L boxes @ 2 for £14.... Add on the code discount also then you have a great deal🎆
Strange question I know, but does anyone know if this is water proof? I want to use it for my sous vide cooking

Not sure ... but apparently it's Really useful 😳
Edited by: "HJboss" 26th Aug 2017
I've bought a load of these over the years. More expensive than others but the quality is much higher than most. Good price for this size.

Have some heat !
I have used these boxes for years and they really rubost and can take some knocks. I mainly use them in garage for storage. Last lot I got was late last year2 for £20 at B&Q
Edited by: "shrek" 27th Aug 2017
Do suspension files work in this size? I have one if these that i use for filing but not sure if this is the same size.......
Edited by: "ran123ran" 27th Aug 2017
Problem with these Really Useful Boxes is that they don't stack when not used, ie can't be nested one in another.

I made the mistake of ordering two too many and ended having to find somewhere to store them - the irony.....the must have a huge warehouse to store their stock......

Still good sturdy boxes though.
scmk30005 m ago

Problem with these Really Useful Boxes is that they don't stack when not …Problem with these Really Useful Boxes is that they don't stack when not used, ie can't be nested one in another.I made the mistake of ordering two too many and ended having to find somewhere to store them - the irony.....the must have a huge warehouse to store their stock......Still good sturdy boxes though.



I didnt know that they couldnt be nested.
Well worth bearing that in mind if they have to be stored empty
Excellent for stick insects if you drill air holes in the top.
If anybody is still interested you can buy a set of 3 for £23.18 working out at £7.73

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