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Strata Grey Garden Heavy Duty Storage Box - 300L for £25 with code @ Wickes (Free C&C)
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Strata Grey Garden Heavy Duty Storage Box - 300L for £25 with code @ Wickes (Free C&C)

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Posted 2nd May 2019

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Practical outdoor waterproof storage . Easy to assemble with plenty of store space, neat looking, robust, durable hinges unlike some Keter ones. Plenty of good reviews available at Argos and Amazon



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Appears to be the cheapest available for £30 and you also get £5 of using the discount code TDS34SQ19 at checkout

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Hassann02/05/2019 18:17

I got these for my garage for £15 each when Tesco Direct were closing down …I got these for my garage for £15 each when Tesco Direct were closing down and clearing stock. They've been perfect for organising my garage.[Image]



You obviously don't live in London or that would be 4 single rooms
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I got these for my garage for £15 each when Tesco Direct were closing down and clearing stock. They've been perfect for organising my garage.

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We've got one of these, it's sturdy and dry. Very pleased with it.
They lose the colour quite quickly if left outside
Got one of these too. Much better than the keter ones I have.
Ordered. Thanks for your time to post
Hassann02/05/2019 18:17

I got these for my garage for £15 each when Tesco Direct were closing down …I got these for my garage for £15 each when Tesco Direct were closing down and clearing stock. They've been perfect for organising my garage.[Image]



You obviously don't live in London or that would be 4 single rooms
What stops water from getting in where the lid doors meet?
psycho1983uk20 m ago

What stops water from getting in where the lid doors meet?


One lid lips under the other lid. That's why you always have to open the left side first before opening the right side
I don't see what stops water leaking in where the 2 lids meet. The lip is not going to stop water following gravity.
dewonderful54 m ago

You obviously don't live in London or that would be 4 single rooms


Haha everyone I know keep telling me the same thing!

My mate lives in London, he's always telling me how it is there. He paid some serious dosh to buy his two-bedroomed terraced house!

I bought this house last year and it literally bankrupt me. It'll be years until I would have the disposable income to do anything at all with that garage space, the mortgage is killing me!

So far I've only managed to refloor it with those heavy duty rubber interlocking mats that my local gym gave to me after they upgraded the flooring (the concrete floor underneath was creating too much dust) and dumped those garden storage boxes on the sides.

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Nesima8 m ago

I don't see what stops water leaking in where the 2 lids meet. The lip is …I don't see what stops water leaking in where the 2 lids meet. The lip is not going to stop water following gravity.


I'll have a look properly when I return home but as far as I remember the lipped part curves so water runs to the sides to the outside of the box. Mine are stored indoors so I've never had to test them fortunately.
Nesima02/05/2019 20:54

I don't see what stops water leaking in where the 2 lids meet. The lip is …I don't see what stops water leaking in where the 2 lids meet. The lip is not going to stop water following gravity.


It is. Had ours outside for a couple of years and stuff is bone dry inside. One lid over laps the other, and the way they are shaped means water doesn't get in
mikeey8412 m ago

It is. Had ours outside for a couple of years and stuff is bone dry …It is. Had ours outside for a couple of years and stuff is bone dry inside. One lid over laps the other, and the way they are shaped means water doesn't get in


As far as I remember the lip has a little lip on the edge which forces the water to run across to the side of the box (if that makes sense)
Does anyone know if a easiglide mower would fit?
Is it rat proof? Asking for a cat...
Thanks Bought for my 75 year old tortoise to live in
cheers , going to use as a log store
Thanks for info, got the last one in my local store x
Chauxffeur9 h, 21 m ago

Does anyone know if a easiglide mower would fit?


Not sure, as I need it for that too, but at that price I’m sure you will fill it x
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