simplehuman 40L Slim Soft Close Kitchen Pedal Bin now £21 @ B&Q
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simplehuman 40L Slim Soft Close Kitchen Pedal Bin now £21 @ B&Q

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Found 21st MarEdited by:"idontflycathay"
Fantastic bin Keep your kitchen clean and tidy with this simplehuman space-saving kitchen pedal bin.

  • Silent close lid: patented lid shox technology controls the motion of the lid for a slow, silent close
  • Lock the lid shut: helps prevent pets from opening the lid
  • Strong steel pedal: engineered for a smooth and easy step
  • Slim, space-saving shape: designed to make the most of tight spaces
  • Slim profile hinge: slimmer than traditional hinge designs--allows you to place the can closer to the wall

Some decent alternatives for slightly more...

Curver Slim Metal Effect Plastic Rectangular Pedal Bin, 40L - £24
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Brabantia Matt Black Metal Round Big Bin, 60L - £38
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...or less for those who like to hide their rubbish

Lap Off White Plastic Integrated Swing-Out Bin - £4
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Heat added. Good bin, the 50l asda and aldi white coloured bin liners fit perfect. Can also be locked in case you've got a large dog that likes a rummage!
We`ve had this bin for a long time...don`t remember where it came from and I`m sure it was cheaper ( inflation! )

Has lasted really well and still works the same as it did new.....a good rubbish deal
I bought the Curver one you linked and the pedal snapped off after about a year. Flimsy plastic.
Edited by: "commenter14" 21st Mar
We had this bin where the deal was posted before. Really good bin and happy with it.
xynthian5 m ago

We had this bin where the deal was posted before. Really good bin and …We had this bin where the deal was posted before. Really good bin and happy with it.


How good is it?
Looks like it is a good deal. Thanks Op
False economy. If you buy one, almost everything you put in the bin will become more expensive.
Edited by: "supermann" 21st Mar
Only £25 on amazon as standard price.
I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the official bags, we just buy from Wilko. A godsend when you have cats - just lock the top and no way of entry. We paid £70 for two so this is a bargain.
Edited by: "BungalowBill" 21st Mar
BungalowBill40 m ago

I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the …I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the official bags, we just buy from Wilko. A godsend when you have cats - just lock the top and no way of entry. We paid £70 for two so this is a bargain.


Hi I've got this bin can i ask when you use the pet lock how do i open the bin to use it once lock is on can't seem to do it thanks
I’ve had two and love them.
BungalowBill2 h, 13 m ago

I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the …I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the official bags, we just buy from Wilko. A godsend when you have cats - just lock the top and no way of entry. We paid £70 for two so this is a bargain.


Are my cats a bit dim or something because there's no way they'd ever be able to get into a pedal bin
Just sent 1 back , the lid was warped.
schnecker8 h, 18 m ago

Heat added. Good bin, the 50l asda and aldi white coloured bin liners fit …Heat added. Good bin, the 50l asda and aldi white coloured bin liners fit perfect. Can also be locked in case you've got a large dog that likes a rummage!


Are they any good though? Simplehuman bin bags are amazing, 2 ply, never spilt a single drop off bin juice for me.
BungalowBill2 h, 54 m ago

I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the …I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the official bags, we just buy from Wilko. A godsend when you have cats - just lock the top and no way of entry. We paid £70 for two so this is a bargain.


edanfalls40 m ago

Are my cats a bit dim or something because there's no way they'd ever be …Are my cats a bit dim or something because there's no way they'd ever be able to get into a pedal bin




My cat sits on the bin just to annoy me

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edanfalls41 m ago

Are my cats a bit dim or something because there's no way they'd ever be …Are my cats a bit dim or something because there's no way they'd ever be able to get into a pedal bin


Mine wouldn't either! But he's very well fed.
MSK.3 m ago

Are they any good though? Simplehuman bin bags are amazing, 2 ply, never …Are they any good though? Simplehuman bin bags are amazing, 2 ply, never spilt a single drop off bin juice for me.


I’ve never had a problem with cheapo bags from a local discount store for years and years. Not a single one split or bin juice.
A bin.... Cool
sicklysweet55 m ago

I’ve never had a problem with cheapo bags from a local discount store for y …I’ve never had a problem with cheapo bags from a local discount store for years and years. Not a single one split or bin juice.


How much are you paying for them?
MSK.1 h, 1 m ago

Are they any good though? Simplehuman bin bags are amazing, 2 ply, never …Are they any good though? Simplehuman bin bags are amazing, 2 ply, never spilt a single drop off bin juice for me.


If I recall, third of the price and no rips/tears.
schnecker5 m ago

If I recall, third of the price and no rips/tears.


*Shrugs* maybe they're good enough. But the real ones are hands down the best bin liners I've ever seen and not ridiculous prices on offer. I wouldn't go back.
Rubbish deal! Actually, scrap that I just felt like trashing the thread with a throw away comment
BungalowBill6 h, 55 m ago

I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the …I have two of these and have had them several years. Don't bother with the official bags, we just buy from Wilko. A godsend when you have cats - just lock the top and no way of entry. We paid £70 for two so this is a bargain.



What if the cats want to throw some rubbish away?
Bought one in the Amazon £23.30 deal a few weeks ago, good size works well, had a piece of wood fall from 3 feet above just left a light paint scuff on lid, very durable and even better value now.
MSK.10 h, 19 m ago

Mine wouldn't either! But he's very well fed.


Can't help but thinking you're phrasing that politely!
MSK.9 h, 16 m ago

*Shrugs* maybe they're good enough. But the real ones are hands down the …*Shrugs* maybe they're good enough. But the real ones are hands down the best bin liners I've ever seen and not ridiculous prices on offer. I wouldn't go back.


Not discounting what you're saying, but just to add to it, I've tried the "heavy duty" bin liners from every supermarket and the Lidl ones are by far the strongest and decent value as well (I think about £3 for 20). They're actually thicker and stronger than most rubble sacks from B&Q, Homebase etc.
Edited by: "edanfalls" 22nd Mar
Never understood why bins are so expensive in the first place.....
nipacurrant222nd Mar

Never understood why bins are so expensive in the first place.....


I know!!!! It's as if manufacturers are wanting to make some money dependent upon the quality of the materials used and the design and marketing that goes into them, it's not on is it.
nipacurrant222nd Mar

Never understood why bins are so expensive in the first place.....



Cheap bins tend to fall apart. My last bin snapped on some cheap ass closure mech, nice bin but we had to wedge the button with kitchen towel. The simple human bins are a lot better and at the price pretty good. You can buy the bags cheap off amazon and they're proper bags and not so weak ass plastic that drops waste all over your floor.
morrig1 h, 41 m ago

Bought one in the Amazon £23.30 deal a few weeks ago, good size works …Bought one in the Amazon £23.30 deal a few weeks ago, good size works well, had a piece of wood fall from 3 feet above just left a light paint scuff on lid, very durable and even better value now.


Now it's got a scuff on it?
edanfalls2 h, 20 m ago

Not discounting what you're saying, but just to add to it, I've tried the …Not discounting what you're saying, but just to add to it, I've tried the "heavy duty" bin liners from every supermarket and the Lidl ones are by far the strongest and decent value as well (I think about £3 for 20). They're actually thicker and stronger than most rubble sacks from B&Q, Homebase etc.


That's good to know, there are are occasions when one needs a bin bag and using a simplehuman one designed for the bin feels like a bit of a waste.

I save plastic cat litter sacks sometimes, they're pretty hardcore too.
themadgoose47 m ago

Now it's got a scuff on it?


That is what was said, yes.
MSK.16 m ago

That's good to know, there are are occasions when one needs a bin bag and …That's good to know, there are are occasions when one needs a bin bag and using a simplehuman one designed for the bin feels like a bit of a waste.I save plastic cat litter sacks sometimes, they're pretty hardcore too.


Tell me about it! I think I have bin bags in 4 or 5 sizes so that I can use the smallest/thinnest one for the task in hand (cat litter, emptying hoover, etc). Just realised that I'm a proper adult.
MSK.19 m ago

That is what was said, yes.


That's what I was asking. Good.
Rubbish deal 👌
Bargain
I have two of these for normal waste and recycling, I use the Aldi drawstring swing bin liners, fit perfectly.
Nice looking Curver metal effect bin - can I say that about s bin!??
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