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Really Useful Storage Boxes 35l XL x4 £37.77 at Robert Dyas
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Really Useful Storage Boxes 35l XL x4 £37.77 at Robert Dyas

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Posted 23rd Jan

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3394069.jpgFour 35l XL really useful storage boxes. Add 3.95 for delivery if you can't c&c.
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Looks like a good price. For info, they're on offer in Hobbycraft currently, £9 each, which makes them a little cheaper.
Telephant23/01/2020 22:14

Looks like a good price. For info, they're on offer in Hobbycraft …Looks like a good price. For info, they're on offer in Hobbycraft currently, £9 each, which makes them a little cheaper.


I think the Hobbycraft boxes are the non XL which don't fit 12 inch records in as far is I can tell. As I am looking for something to store and stack my 1000 album collection, I'm yet to better Robert Dyas currently. Thanks though, the 48l boxes at Hobbycraft look a good deal!
At Ryman they have a 3 for 2 Mix and Match on these boxes and you can put the code CLOUD10 (used before 02/02) for an extra 10% off these Really Useful Storage Boxes 35l XL so works out £26.98 for 3 including discount, so just a little less than £9 each.

Or if you are after the 35l with the normal lids you get for £11.99 each and if you order 3 it will cost £23.98 but the 10% off code doesn’t seem to work for these.
tomarter23/01/2020 22:47

I think the Hobbycraft boxes are the non XL which don't fit 12 inch …I think the Hobbycraft boxes are the non XL which don't fit 12 inch records in as far is I can tell. As I am looking for something to store and stack my 1000 album collection, I'm yet to better Robert Dyas currently. Thanks though, the 48l boxes at Hobbycraft look a good deal!


You can also get the 3 for 2 Mix and Match on Really Useful Box 48 Litre XL from Ryman on the same offer and the 10% off works out at £28.78 for 3.
Edited by: "noddle36" 23rd Jan
Can anyone recommend a decent "fibreboard" storage box, like you see museums storing stuff in.

It's a 2-3mm solid "thick paper'' box, but they seem to be out of fashion now because of "cardboard" corrugated and plastic boxeslike this.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 24th Jan
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