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Wesco Pushboy (50L) Bin - Graphite Used - Acceptable £28.85 @ Amazon Warehouse
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Wesco Pushboy (50L) Bin - Graphite Used - Acceptable £28.85 @ Amazon Warehouse

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Posted 16th Apr

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YMMV worth a try i think good savings from new
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An 'Acceptable' Used bin??

I'd rather keep to my Kwik Save carrier bag on the kitchen door handle to be brutally frank
Second hand bin , that's rubbish
flipper11816/04/2020 17:46

An 'Acceptable' Used bin?? I'd rather keep to my Kwik Save carrier bag on …An 'Acceptable' Used bin?? I'd rather keep to my Kwik Save carrier bag on the kitchen door handle to be brutally frank



Might turn up new
Believe_Me16/04/2020 17:47

Might turn up new


Item has major cosmetic damages such as cracks, holes or dents, but is still usable. Accessories may have cosmetic damage. Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged.
Condition dependant it's a good deal. Their stuff is not of the quality you'd expect at the price though.
We got some tea coffee sugar cannisters which cost an arm and a leg compared to most - they are pretty poor really, they are not even airtight!
Amazon needs to increase its £19 billion
Well 4 just sold out
Stormpooper16/04/2020 17:58

Condition dependant it's a good deal. Their stuff is not of the quality …Condition dependant it's a good deal. Their stuff is not of the quality you'd expect at the price though.We got some tea coffee sugar cannisters which cost an arm and a leg compared to most - they are pretty poor really, they are not even airtight!


Have you sent a round robin to your local MP?
I bought stabilisers for my kids bike that were 'used-acceptable' and only one stabiliser arrived with no bolts. I'm not sure it's worth the risk with a big bin.
plainjayne8116/04/2020 18:16

I bought stabilisers for my kids bike that were 'used-acceptable' and only …I bought stabilisers for my kids bike that were 'used-acceptable' and only one stabiliser arrived with no bolts. I'm not sure it's worth the risk with a big bin.


Do you know what's the hardest part of learning to ride a bike?




















The pavement
Edited by: "Believe_Me" 16th Apr
All gone
Believe_Me16/04/2020 18:26

22 litre any good ? …22 litre any good ? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wesco-Pushboy-Junior-175-531-11/dp/B000MQBVLE/ref=sr_1_21?dchild=1&keywords=Wesco&m=A2OAJ7377F756P&qid=1587057925&s=warehouse-deals&sr=8-21


nice gesture, but id never go lower than a 23 litre
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