Rhino Flexi Tub - £3 instore at Asda
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Rhino Flexi Tub - £3 instore at Asda

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Found 22nd Mar 2010
Went to Asda today and there were a stack of these in the gardening aisle without pricing code. Asked one of the instore peeps and found they were £3 each - bought 2. I think this is a good deal as I bought the same type from lidl a couple of weeks ago for £5 and are selling for £6.84 in garden4less.

This deal was posted 2 1/2 months ago by icecreamwoman, but I thought it was worth reposting as these tubs are very handy for gardening and diy.

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very good price, these can be silly prices

H+R

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mugglesquop;8174814

very good price, these can be silly prices :DH+R



true and they can also be used for tons of things

Got some from adsa in bright red and blue, they look fab in the kids bedrooms with toys in.
I also have one i use a a washing basket, you can use them for so many different things.
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good for storing toys!

Thanks OP! Decent price, I usually see them for £4-5. Shall nip down to ASDA this week as could do with some for my greenhouse.
Missed out on the 15p tesco one's last year =[

Nice find! HOT!

Does anyone know if these are strong enough to hold a few KGs worth of load? I was thinking of using a few buckets to stash away tools and DIY items. Cheers

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are they the 50 litres ones

I use flexi tubs in the garden to pile up weeds & trimmings, much quicker to dump than using a wheel barrow. Also keep spare potting compost and earth I've tipped out of other pots etc in one, easier to break it up outside a plastic sack. Will look out for these in my local Asda cheers

they also have slightly smaller ones for £2

Chemista;8174987

Nice find! HOT!Does anyone know if these are strong enough to hold a few … Nice find! HOT!Does anyone know if these are strong enough to hold a few KGs worth of load? I was thinking of using a few buckets to stash away tools and DIY items. Cheers



yeah i use them for my plastering tools and stuff.

Chemista;8174987

Nice find! HOT!Does anyone know if these are strong enough to hold a few … Nice find! HOT!Does anyone know if these are strong enough to hold a few KGs worth of load? I was thinking of using a few buckets to stash away tools and DIY items. Cheers



Yes, I mix plaster in them.

It takes a bucket and a half of water + a bag and a half of finish...........about 55 kilos carried by the handles.

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Peggy Bedford;8175054

are they the 50 litres ones



they are the 40L ones.

These are excellent for dissolving body parts in, the acid eats right through the bath, but not these bad boys!

the buckets are a plumbers dream
you can get these right under pipes for draining systems etc:thumbsup::thumbsup:

great find

M0rg0th;8176054

These are excellent for dissolving body parts in, the acid eats right … These are excellent for dissolving body parts in, the acid eats right through the bath, but not these bad boys!



'Breaking Bad' reference there? :thumbsup:

i can fill mine almost to the brim with chicken poo and they handle it like a dream


or is that "handle $%it like a dream"??

will come in handy for my next DIY building job

scrumpypaul;8178157

i can fill mine almost to the brim with chicken poo and they handle it … i can fill mine almost to the brim with chicken poo and they handle it like a dreamor is that "handle $%it like a dream"??



chicken shyte is lightweight......you are over evaluating!

A carrier bag will do you just fine, but you might have to smoke the bag after......we all have to embrace our new green world you know!

Grew my spuds in three bright pink ones of these last year!
Loads of room and a cracking little crop of spuds!

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the most useful thing on Earth.
Love it

wazzygib;8182674

Grew my spuds in three bright pink ones of these last year!Loads of room … Grew my spuds in three bright pink ones of these last year!Loads of room and a cracking little crop of spuds!



Did you put drainage holes in the bottom?
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