Really Useful Storage Boxes - 4x 33.5L - £20 delivered from HobbyCraft
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Really Useful Storage Boxes - 4x 33.5L - £20 delivered from HobbyCraft

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Found 6th Aug
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Nest-able when empty and stackable when full.

  • Internal dimensions: 40.5 x 35.5 x 26.5 cm (15.9 x 14 x 10.4 inches)
  • External dimensions: 46.5 x 38.5 x 28.5 cm (18.3 x 15.2 x 11.2 inches)

I see the 64 litre ones on here 2 for £20 collection only quite a lot but to be honest it's rare that I have 64 litres of stuff that all needs to go into one box, and if I do then they get very heavy so I find the smaller ones much better. I'm also too busy to collect stuff from a store in working hours so it's better to have things delivered to work.

These are tough as hell and can hold quite a lot of weight even when stacked. 1000x better than cardboard as we found out a few years ago when the basement flooded.
They also have a lot of stuff on clearance if you're into crafts or baking.

Top comments

These will be perfect for storing my 25l boxes.
21 Comments

Original Poster

vdey6 m ago

How about these though without any lids …How about these though without any lids http://www.argos.co.uk/product/3329661


I do actually have one of them from when they were cheap from halfords. They are OK but they feel a lot weaker than I think these ones will, as well as obviously not being water resistant. Still a decent deal for sure though.

Cracker deal. Ordered. Thanks

For anyone that doesn't know, these are super solid and will last until the end of time.

Cheers op...ordered ta. Always wanted somewhere to store my stuff bought from this site!!

Oh yes don't forget Quidco
Edited by: "KINGYFUN" 6th Aug

Tank4 m ago

For anyone that doesn't know, these are super solid and will last until …For anyone that doesn't know, these are super solid and will last until the end of time.


These are likely not the same as the ones you're thinking of. May still be decent but not super solid.

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knack30 m ago

These are likely not the same as the ones you're thinking of. May still be …These are likely not the same as the ones you're thinking of. May still be decent but not super solid. http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/really-useful-clear-box-35-litres/571321-1000


I agree having a look at that carefully. Reviews also mention that they aren't as strong.

Thanks, was tempted!

These are definitely a budget version of the more common 35L size, which is indeed, bulletproof.

There's no way these could be of the same build quality for that money.

Oh, maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan... if only they were 34

knack1 h, 53 m ago

These are likely not the same as the ones you're thinking of. May still be …These are likely not the same as the ones you're thinking of. May still be decent but not super solid. http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/really-useful-clear-box-35-litres/571321-1000



You are indeed correct. Those are the ones I have a few of and love. These look quite flimsy compared to the ones we mean!

These will be perfect for storing my 25l boxes.

These are not the super strong Really Useful boxes that have reinforced sides. These are their budget storage boxes that, tbh, are not a lot different from all the other cheapo plastic storage boxes on the market.

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oliverhussick6th Aug

These are definitely a budget version of the more common 35L size, which …These are definitely a budget version of the more common 35L size, which is indeed, bulletproof. There's no way these could be of the same build quality for that money.


Yep, budget version. Shame.

Purchased... To store all the impulse HUKD purchases over the past year that I don't actually need!

4x 40l boxes from Argos for £20, standard price. Can't say how strong they are though.

These definitely aren't as strong as the standard Really Useful Boxes, but they are still quite a bit better than the cheap Wilkos, Lidl, etc. plastic boxes. I bought quite a lot of these for £25 for 4, so £20 for 4 is a great deal.

For me these budget ones are actually better than the standard ones as they are just the right height to fit on the racking in our garage, whereas the standard ones are slightly too tall.

Is there a way to differentiate between the sturdy and now apparently not so good really useful boxes.

I use them a lot and they are very good, wasn't aware they make cheapy ones too.

Pandamansays11th Aug

Is there a way to differentiate between the sturdy and now apparently not …Is there a way to differentiate between the sturdy and now apparently not so good really useful boxes.I use them a lot and they are very good, wasn't aware they make cheapy ones too.


Cheap ones done have vertical bars/supports.
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