SOLID PLASTIC SHELVING 5-TIER £13.99 Screwfix
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SOLID PLASTIC SHELVING 5-TIER £13.99 Screwfix

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Found 1st Aug 2016
Down from £26.99
Solid yet lightweight plastic shelving system for both indoor and outdoor use.

25kg Shelf Capacity
Simple, Tool-Free Assembly
GS-TUV Certified

21 Comments

Thanks for the post just bought once don't know why this is not really hot yet xxx

Never in my puff have I seen garage/shed shelves that clean & tidy. Would these shelves hold an honest amount of man crap :P

You can split these to 2, 3 shelves or even buy 2 packs to make a taller one. I have done that. Heat.

These are the same as the Keter shelving system sometimes sold by Argos/Homebase/B&Q. They are pretty decent, lightweight, can be up in seconds and are hardy too. I can attest to atleast 15/20kg per shelf as well. I got a 4 shelf pack a few years ago for £9 or around that I think! So this is pretty good.

Good deal OP

These look to be similar to the the 4-tier for 9.99 in home bargains not long ago (10.99 on screwfix site) and I ended up buying 4 sets. 2 are in the pantry and 2 are in the shed holding car and gardening equipment. Very sturdy units and they can be tied together and to the wall for extra stability.

Thanks ordered a couple

Anyone know if they are easy to disassemble as thinking of using them for my son at uni. Would need to flat pack them at end of term. Thanks

remoteviewer

Anyone know if they are easy to disassemble as thinking of using them for … Anyone know if they are easy to disassemble as thinking of using them for my son at uni. Would need to flat pack them at end of term. Thanks



Really simple and lightweight as well, as long as your careful putting them together they will last ages (if you push them together too tightly you can split/crack the plastic)

nice little find as I needed some new shelving for the shed got the 4 shelf ones for just over a tenner! have some heat

Hot. Combine this with ikea kallax boxes and shoe boxes. And you can make a Lil drawer for clothes etc. . Cheap ikea hack. Works for me atleast.

http://i65.tinypic.com/fmcmv.png

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/images/products/hyllis-shelving-unit__0428256_PE415426_S4.JPG
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/00278578/
same max load / shelf, but made from galvanised steel. Would choose this one for shed storage.
Anyway heat from me for the nice price

Er, less shelves on that one though. Am thinking about getting shelves, I have basically got a cupboard that I would like to put shelves in, and thinking if the dimensions are right on one of these could use it to shelf my cupboard. Yet to get measurements to see what would and wouldn't fit. At the mo am using 80L storage containers but would prefer shelves for ease of access (to my games, it's a boardgames cupboard!)

Bought these today and they are utter garbage, will be returning them

cut_la_roc

Bought these today and they are utter garbage, will be returning them



​Why?

aliktren

​Why?



​Poor quality plastic, very brittle and very lightweight

Original Poster

cut_la_roc

​Poor quality plastic, very brittle and very lightweight



thats the purpose, lightweight but holds a good amount of stuff

Corasli

thats the purpose, lightweight but holds a good amount of stuff



​Have you tried putting 25kg on a shelf? I'd say 10kg was closer to the real limit

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cut_la_roc

​Have you tried putting 25kg on a shelf? I'd say 10kg was closer to the r … ​Have you tried putting 25kg on a shelf? I'd say 10kg was closer to the real limit



yes, i've put more than that

Can't fault it for the money...TBH a tenner for a 4 shelf unit for the shed, perfect for me

Back to full price now methinks.

I bought some too - the shelves are fairly flimsy compared to other plastic shelves I've got in my shed. But good value for the price. Now back to standard price.
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