simplehuman 40 Litre Slim Pedal Bin, Grey for £23.30 delivered @ Amazon
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simplehuman 40 Litre Slim Pedal Bin, Grey for £23.30 delivered @ Amazon

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Found 24th Feb
Decent price for this space saving bin

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This slim plastic pedal bin has a space-efficient shape that fits in tight spaces, like between cupboards. The strong steel pedal is designed to last and the patented lid shox technology ensures a smooth, silent close every time. A slide lock helps keep rubbish in and pets and curious children out.

  • Silent close lid
  • Lock the lid shut.
  • Space-saving shape
  • Stay-open lid
  • Built-in wheels
  • Custom fit liners

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RudeYute2 h, 3 m ago

Anyone have this, and use non-custom fit liners?



Gareth7915 m ago

I also use this with regular bin bags which are usually a good fit. I use …I also use this with regular bin bags which are usually a good fit. I use 4x small bulldog clips over the top to keep the bag secure (the fold-back type), works very well although the lid doesn't fit down perfectly.


Nice but over-engineered.
Ftw, tie a knot in one corner of the bin bag about 2 inches long.
Stretch over rim of bin.
Bin lid closes.
Life complete.
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Tiptop spot!
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Tiptop spot!
Anyone have this, and use non-custom fit liners?
RudeYute6 m ago

Anyone have this, and use non-custom fit liners?


Yes we have 2 one for recycling and one for rubbish and use normal bin liners. Our family of 3 fill them every 3 days. Had them for couple of years and hey are great but the silver on the handle will tarnish
Couple bad reviews on it dogs biting it but loads of good reviews
We've had this bin for almost a year now, no complaints whatsoever. We use 50L Poundland white drawstring bags with it and they fit perfectly. Think it's 20 bags in a roll?
RudeYute1 h, 48 m ago

Anyone have this, and use non-custom fit liners?


I also use this with regular bin bags which are usually a good fit. I use 4x small bulldog clips over the top to keep the bag secure (the fold-back type), works very well although the lid doesn't fit down perfectly.
Edited by: "Gareth79" 25th Feb
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RudeYute2 h, 3 m ago

Anyone have this, and use non-custom fit liners?



Gareth7915 m ago

I also use this with regular bin bags which are usually a good fit. I use …I also use this with regular bin bags which are usually a good fit. I use 4x small bulldog clips over the top to keep the bag secure (the fold-back type), works very well although the lid doesn't fit down perfectly.


Nice but over-engineered.
Ftw, tie a knot in one corner of the bin bag about 2 inches long.
Stretch over rim of bin.
Bin lid closes.
Life complete.
Saw these for a similar price in T K Max yesterday, looked well made, was tempted
Rubbish!!
RudeYute8 h, 2 m ago

Anyone have this, and use non-custom fit liners?


Had them, and standard bin liners are a pain in them. They looked tatty in less then a month too, silver trim rubs off really easily. Avoid.
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 25th Feb
Had one for 8 years from wilkos at £23 and would recommend this at the price listed. Takes 50 litre bags, I use the tie top ones, but pretty much any will fit. Both mechanisms have lasted the test of time (soft close and latch)
I just use whatever bin liners I happen to get, but often they slip inside the bin. However the bin is very light so I just carry the whole thing out to the wheelie bin and tip it in

A word of warning though, my dog quickly figured out if he nudged the lock enough he could still get in. Now have to keep something heavy on top of it to stop him!
I have this bin, it's the second one I've owned, only issue was liners slipping in, but that's because the liner hadn't been tied. The handle has slightly tarnished, but that's to be expected. Great bin
Had this bin for about three years, so has my mom. Really happy with it, we use 50 litre bags from Aldi and they are a perfect fit. We chose this bin originally as you can lock it....a good thing when you have a cat and there's a chicken carcass in there
Got this bin too-2nd one in fact, as simplehuman replaced the first under warranty. we use the cheapest economy bags in it and have no problems. Also have two bull terriers and they can't get in.
Excellent bin. One of them items in life you just expect to work and very few do. I’d recommend and also just use normal black bin liners
Nice price for a good quality bin, thanks to all the other posters advising on which bin bags fit as that usually takes a couple of goes to get right.
Any other options for a nicer bin?
Orrible bin, top heavy and likes to tip over, have a couple and hate them.
iAmLegendFam30 m ago

Any other options for a nicer bin?


One that's the same width at top and bottom is my recommendation
iAmLegendFam30 m ago

Any other options for a nicer bin?


I got a brabantia 30l soft close from Amazon in Platinum grey and it's a lovely bin. I also bought the brabantia liners off Amazon for about 15p each and they work superbly. Wish I hadn't messed about with numerous cheap (?!?) plastic bins over all the years.
RudeYute10 h, 1 m ago

Anyone have this, and use non-custom fit liners?


I have this bin in black and it comes highly recommended. I use these Sainsbury’s basic bin liners x 20 for only 60p, so 3p each. Slightly snug fit, so just be careful not to split bag when fitting. sainsburys.co.uk/sho…x20
Awesome bin got ours last year from Amazon for similar price.
It's great if you've got small kitchen as we have.
Also comes on wheels another handy feature!
HEAT
Thanks. Just ordered one in black (£24.99)
Had two over five year period. The first gave up after four years and forty odd weeks and they replaced under warranty. Can’t really fault that. It does side around a bit on a tiled or Lino floor so it may tarnish paint work on wall behind.
RudeYute12 h, 19 m ago

Anyone have this, and use non-custom fit liners?


I do. Normal bin bags. Although when you take them out you notice the aren't even half full as they would be if the bin was round. Owned the thing for 2 years now and still strong.
gootti22 m ago

https://www.johnlewis.com/simplehuman-slim-plastic-pedal-bin-black-25l/p166972?navAction=jump&_requestid=10848017£19.99 @ John Lewis


That's 25l v/s this one which is 40l.
would this slip when pressing the pedal if on a tiled floor or even when empty on carpet?
Have had two of them for over two years. Fantastic, no problem. Custom liners are the best. Tesco ones aren't a very good fit even if you go for a larger capacity.
Owned a white one for 9 years. We use the roll of 45litre (from memory) white liners from Lidl. They are strong and fit great.

No more split bags and bin juice
will have a look at it
Had one for 8 years, no issues, standard bin liners.
Cold now it’s £34
imitrokotsas1 m ago

Cold now it’s £34


It's out of stock but can still be ordered for the advertised price of £23.30, check on the right hand side under "other sellers"
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junkboxp4 h, 33 m ago

would this slip when pressing the pedal if on a tiled floor or even when …would this slip when pressing the pedal if on a tiled floor or even when empty on carpet?


Doesn't slip on our tiled floor even when the bin is empty.

It's a brilliant bin and I've no complaints. Not top heavy either (as someone has mentioned). We've had ours for almost 3 years and it's still going strong. As many others have said normal black bin liners are fine (to secure the bin liner I normally tuck the excess into the 2 holes in the hinge mechanism).

We now use these bin liners from Ikea as they're decent quality and a great fit:

ikea.com/gb/…45/
gootti6 h, 9 m ago

https://www.johnlewis.com/simplehuman-slim-plastic-pedal-bin-black-25l/p166972?navAction=jump&_requestid=10848017£19.99 @ John Lewis



Good but 25lts.
imitrokotsas47 m ago

Cold now it’s £34


It's temporarily out of stock You can still add to basket at £23.30 and they will deliver when it's back in stock.

Alternatively, Tesco is selling it for the same price.
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