Simplehuman 45 litre slim pedal bin - £30 @ Debenhams
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Simplehuman 45 litre slim pedal bin - £30 @ Debenhams

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Found 27th Jul 2016
Looks a good price for a decent brand of bin. Details below

Added the discount code too

" PS Don't forget there is a 10% off code for home products too, code is ZY62."

simplehuman's slim pedal bin has a space-efficient shape that fits perfectly in tight spots, like between cabinets. It has an oversised rim designed to grip and hold bin liners in place so they don't slip. Its minimal unibody construction requires no additional inner bucket, making it lightweight and easy to clean. The strong steel pedal is built to last, and lid shox technology ensures a smooth, silent close every time.

HWD: 60 x 54.5 x 26cm
Capacity: 45 litres
Weight: 4kg
Plastic/stainless steel
Strong steel pedal: Thestrong steel pedal is engineered to last over 150,000 steps - that's more than 20 steps a day for 20 years
Silent close lid: Patented lid shox technology controls the motion of the lid for a slow, silent close
Non-slip rim: An oversized rim around the bin edge grips liners and holds them in place so they don't slip
Dent-proof plastic lid: Won't show dirt or fingerprints
Slim, space-saving shape: Designed to make the most of tight spaces
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Thanks for this
Ordered cheers
£80 at Argos. Great price
Thanks, ordered for new house.
PS Don't forget there is a 10% off code for home products too, code is ZY62.
Just ordered 2. £27 each. Free postage if you spend £40.
NorwoodDeals

PS Don't forget there is a 10% off code for home products too, code is … PS Don't forget there is a 10% off code for home products too, code is ZY62.


ZY62: 10% off Home when you spend £40 or more : Sorry your basket is not yet eligible -
cheers, ordered one, price is steal, i have one and it is great
great price for good brand
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Thanks, bought one. Added some towels for ~£13 to receive 10% discount and free delivery.
Thanks op! Any suggestions which cheaper bin bags would fit perfectly?
I have been looking for something like this, What a steal!
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justhelpp

[img]http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00BPFVM8S/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]Thanks, bought one. Added some towels for ~£13 to receive 10% discount and free delivery. Thanks op! Any suggestions which cheaper bin bags would fit perfectly?



That's a good question! I ordered one today too so would be good if anyone can advise!
Jolleysaurus

That's a good question! I ordered one today too so would be good if … That's a good question! I ordered one today too so would be good if anyone can advise!




Any 45 litre bin bags will be fine.
I use tesco ones.
Btw I've had a Simplehuman bin for 5+ years and it's just fantastic. Worth every penny.
Rubbish deal. Only joking. That was a pun. You're welcome.
my lid stopped opening after just a few months and they refused to replace in warranty like for like... I ended up with one of there plastic bins instead
Problem with the bin is the dimensions, would not fit anywhere in our kitchen as it's really suited for a gap in between units as it's more narrow and quite deep, also if you then put it under a unit you cannot open it fully due to the large lid which they have now sorted on the newer model. But at £30 I suppose you could put up with it poking out a little.
margamboy

Problem with the bin is the dimensions, would not fit anywhere in our … Problem with the bin is the dimensions, would not fit anywhere in our kitchen as it's really suited for a gap in between units as it's more narrow and quite deep, also if you then put it under a unit you cannot open it fully due to the large lid which they have now sorted on the newer model. But at £30 I suppose you could put up with it poking out a little.



I have the plastic squarer style and I think it's designed for going alongside fridges and on the outside of units with no worktop above. I have mine under a 'breakfast bar' (well, two, back to back) and it does whack on the worktop, but I can live with that.
Thanks - ordered
Ordered thanks!
is there a plastic insert in this? Bought a simple human one before without and got sick of cleaning bin juice from the internal components. Had to to return it.
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smala01

is there a plastic insert in this? Bought a simple human one before … is there a plastic insert in this? Bought a simple human one before without and got sick of cleaning bin juice from the internal components. Had to to return it.


I just picked mine up and no there isnt, it works for cardboard which is what i wanted it for
jimmyt11

my lid stopped opening after just a few months and they refused to … my lid stopped opening after just a few months and they refused to replace in warranty like for like...



Just picked one up and the lid opening mechanism seems quite sturdy, how did yours fail?

Also if it was within a few months why did you invoke the manufacturers warranty, surely the retailer would still be liable under the 'Supply of Goods and Services Act' to fix or replace like for like (or better).
cochon

Just picked one up and the lid opening mechanism seems quite sturdy, how … Just picked one up and the lid opening mechanism seems quite sturdy, how did yours fail?Also if it was within a few months why did you invoke the manufacturers warranty, surely the retailer would still be liable under the 'Supply of Goods and Services Act' to fix or replace like for like (or better).



the plastic parts where the screws hold the lid section at the back failed one by one. the lid could still be opened by hand.

the bin was a moving in present so we had no idea where to go. Simplehuman said the bin was discontinued so said they could replace up to £59.99... there are only plastic bins available for that, so we ended up with one worth about £40.
jimmyt11

the plastic parts where the screws hold the lid section at the back … the plastic parts where the screws hold the lid section at the back failed one by one.



Thanks for the heads up, I'll keep an eye on mine and maybe reserve the pedal use for when my hands are actually full, it's just as easy to lift the lid if you've got a free hand.
Out of stock, gutted, I've bin looking for one for ages!
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