Strata 60 Litre Wood Effect Folding Crate - Taupe £7.49 (Click & Collect) @ Argos / Argos ebay
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Strata 60 Litre Wood Effect Folding Crate - Taupe £7.49 (Click & Collect) @ Argos / Argos ebay

£7.49£1550%Argos Deals
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Posted 9th Oct
Made from 100% recycled plastic (Also Recyclable when it does reach end of life) - Great for keeping in the boot of the car.

Ideal for shopping etc and no need for buying plastic bags.. Next best price seems to be around £15

Argos eBay link - if you collect Nectar points etc

60L Wood Effect Crtae which can fold flat and opens up to look like an authentic wooden crate. Strong and sturdy build. Made from 100% recycled plastic.

  • Stackable.
  • Storage capacity 60 litres.
  • Size H30, W59, D39cm.
  • Weight 2kg.
  • Recyclable.
  • Packed flat.

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Sherbat09/10/2019 11:39

Car polluters pretending to care about the environment - just re-use bags …Car polluters pretending to care about the environment - just re-use bags for life and stop spending more on plastic.


Says the man who just bought 16 plastic storage cubes oj
spyro12309/10/2019 09:41

How is this ideal for shopping? Do I just carry a few of these around the …How is this ideal for shopping? Do I just carry a few of these around the supermarket with me


Assuming you go to the shop in a car, just keep it in the boot of your car, then empty your trolley of shopping straight into the Crate. Saves on shopping bags. If you walk to the shop though a little more difficult!
Car polluters pretending to care about the environment - just re-use bags for life and stop spending more on plastic.
mrew4210/10/2019 09:21

There's always moaners on here lately. What happened to freewill, free …There's always moaners on here lately. What happened to freewill, free choice and making your own decisions without someone telling you what you should be doing. It's like reading the Daily Mail.


Forums like this empower people with the anonymity they need to be able to make snarky comments without the fear of physical retribution or dealing with the guilt in seeing the hurt in the eyes of others who they’ve deliberately offended. I suspect it’s mostly weak and impotent types who otherwise don’t have the balls to express an opinion in person or get walked all over in real life.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 10th Oct
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Heat from me, 100% Recycled -> 100% Recyclable.
How is this ideal for shopping? Do I just carry a few of these around the supermarket with me
spyro12309/10/2019 09:41

How is this ideal for shopping? Do I just carry a few of these around the …How is this ideal for shopping? Do I just carry a few of these around the supermarket with me


Assuming you go to the shop in a car, just keep it in the boot of your car, then empty your trolley of shopping straight into the Crate. Saves on shopping bags. If you walk to the shop though a little more difficult!
Sunrayho09/10/2019 09:46

Assuming you go to the shop in a car, just keep it in the boot of your …Assuming you go to the shop in a car, just keep it in the boot of your car, then empty your trolley of shopping straight into the Crate. Saves on shopping bags. If you walk to the shop though a little more difficult!

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You can do this...
Car polluters pretending to care about the environment - just re-use bags for life and stop spending more on plastic.
£2.99 - Aldi !!!
Sherbat09/10/2019 11:39

Car polluters pretending to care about the environment - just re-use bags …Car polluters pretending to care about the environment - just re-use bags for life and stop spending more on plastic.


Says the man who just bought 16 plastic storage cubes oj
imthebest09/10/2019 12:25

Says the man who just bought 16 plastic storage cubes oj


A like wasn’t enough,
Use a cardboard box for christ sake too much plastic around these days.
Sherbat09/10/2019 11:39

Car polluters pretending to care about the environment - just re-use bags …Car polluters pretending to care about the environment - just re-use bags for life and stop spending more on plastic.


Well said... There is another invention out there some might have heard of....
That's right its called a "cardboard box" and guess what they are even more of a bargain as the cost ZERO PENCE to buy as these are left hanging around in the same super markets you are using o
Edited by: "hkphooey" 10th Oct
There's always moaners on here lately. What happened to freewill, free choice and making your own decisions without someone telling you what you should be doing. It's like reading the Daily Mail.
mrew4210/10/2019 09:21

There's always moaners on here lately. What happened to freewill, free …There's always moaners on here lately. What happened to freewill, free choice and making your own decisions without someone telling you what you should be doing. It's like reading the Daily Mail.


Forums like this empower people with the anonymity they need to be able to make snarky comments without the fear of physical retribution or dealing with the guilt in seeing the hurt in the eyes of others who they’ve deliberately offended. I suspect it’s mostly weak and impotent types who otherwise don’t have the balls to express an opinion in person or get walked all over in real life.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 10th Oct
This model is made of real wood (recycled) which is ultimately bio-degradable and holds 210 litres... this is how we roll in africa38638662-4p91X.jpg
£10 for the black one.Handy to put in the boot for shopping.Nice find
Edited by: "muckspreader1" 10th Oct
hkphooey10/10/2019 09:16

Well said... There is another invention out there some might have heard …Well said... There is another invention out there some might have heard of....That's right its called a "cardboard box" and guess what they are even more of a bargain as the cost ZERO PENCE to buy as these are left hanging around in the same super markets you are using o


Like they used to in the '70s.
Cardboard boxes stacked up by the shop wall behind the tills, rather than the supermarket chucking them out, given another lease of life.
Kids were told to go and select the best boxes so that they could help ma and pa pack the shopping when it was their turn in the checkout queue. (then the snooty Waitrose showed up with their hessian bags for life)

Bring back the 70's.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 10th Oct
hkphooey10/10/2019 10:24

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Imagine what they'd say about someone storing their car in a dumpster?
TopTrump10/10/2019 10:31

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And doing all the cleaning he does without gloves
hkphooey10/10/2019 10:32

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Better cartoons back then.
So, did you, you know, like get it together with Rosemary, the telephone switchboard operator?

TopTrump10/10/2019 10:34

Better cartoons back then.So, did you, you know, like get it together with …Better cartoons back then.So, did you, you know, like get it together with Rosemary, the telephone switchboard operator?[Image]


She was lush.. but she wasn't interested in me as myself penry she liked the super hero glamour of my alter ego.
What the yut of today would call a wanna be wag
Edited by: "hkphooey" 10th Oct
hkphooey10/10/2019 10:35

She was lush.. but she wasn't interested in me as myself penry she …She was lush.. but she wasn't interested in me as myself penry she liked the super hero glamour of my alter ego.What the yut of today would call a wanna be wag


Too much Waggro!
It’s 10£ reduced to 7.5 not 15
TopTrump10/10/2019 10:22

Like they used to in the '70s.Cardboard boxes stacked up by the shop wall …Like they used to in the '70s.Cardboard boxes stacked up by the shop wall behind the tills, rather than the supermarket chucking them out, given another lease of life.Kids were told to go and select the best boxes so that they could help ma and pa pack the shopping when it was their turn in the checkout queue. (then the snooty Waitrose showed up with their hessian bags for life)Bring back the 70's.


We do this today in Aldi or Lidl. Boxes from grocery area are the strongest. One of those is enough to fit all our shopping. Into boot, unpack at home, then put in recycling.
jinkssick10/10/2019 13:22

We do this today in Aldi or Lidl. Boxes from grocery area are the …We do this today in Aldi or Lidl. Boxes from grocery area are the strongest. One of those is enough to fit all our shopping. Into boot, unpack at home, then put in recycling.


Exactly, not rocket science.
Kids raised seeing this stuff get an early understanding of reducing wastage, perhaps an insight into the perils of instant gratification or Waitrose poseurs.
(As very young kids we were kept busy making cars out of the boxes, designing the cut out doors, the box's lid/flap would become the dashboard, drawing the gauges on using gallons of ink or paint, something pa would get involved with.
Wanted it to actually move? Place it on top of a flatbed cart, dad would pull it around the garden I'd be making all the motor noises.)
Edited by: "TopTrump" 10th Oct
muckspreader110/10/2019 10:19

£10 for the black one.Handy to put in the boot for shopping.Nice find


Which one
jinkssick10/10/2019 13:22

We do this today in Aldi or Lidl. Boxes from grocery area are the …We do this today in Aldi or Lidl. Boxes from grocery area are the strongest. One of those is enough to fit all our shopping. Into boot, unpack at home, then put in recycling.


And the cats love em... Ours go crazy for the cardboard boxes.
So there you have it win win
GrimDanFango10/10/2019 09:55

Forums like this empower people with the anonymity they need to be able to …Forums like this empower people with the anonymity they need to be able to make snarky comments without the fear of physical retribution or dealing with the guilt in seeing the hurt in the eyes of others who they’ve deliberately offended. I suspect it’s mostly weak and impotent types who otherwise don’t have the balls to express an opinion in person or get walked all over in real life.


What a bit like your comment then?
TopTrump10/10/2019 14:04

Exactly, not rocket science.Kids raised seeing this stuff get an early …Exactly, not rocket science.Kids raised seeing this stuff get an early understanding of reducing wastage, perhaps an insight into the perils of instant gratification or Waitrose poseurs.(As very young kids we were kept busy making cars out of the boxes, designing the cut out doors, the box's lid/flap would become the dashboard, drawing the gauges on using gallons of ink or paint, something pa would get involved with.Wanted it to actually move? Place it on top of a flatbed cart, dad would pull it around the garden I'd be making all the motor noises.)


Good one. My son actually makes things with them too, not as thoughtful as a car but he has made a TV etc haha
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