Black Keter Plastic Garden Storage Box.

 151/6593
£29.99
Black Keter Plastic Garden Storage Box.
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Ideal for storing cushions or garden equipment all year round.

  • Made of plastic.
  • External size H57, W116, D45cm.
  • Weight 6.3kg.
  • EAN: 7290106922747.

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Black Keter Plastic Garden Storage Box. 4.1 5 338 341
Weather Protection The box has great weather protection and was easy to assemble. 23 October 2014
Fantastic Product Great product, easy to clip together, took me 7 minutes to put together, Holds more than you will think :-) 21 October 2014
Good storage space,used indoors for clothing 21 October 2014
blac keter plastic storage box only just brought this product. It was easily put together and does the job it was purchased for. I did feel that the base of the box was a little flimsy 14 October 2014
Poor materials Design is fine but wish it was made of a more robust material. You have to 'shockpush' the panels together which causes an issue if not fully aligned. Managed to crack 1 joint putting it together then lid hinge has also cracked when 5 year old daughter opened it & pushed against it at the same time. It will do the job I wanted it for but disappointed with the quality if truth be told. 14 October 2014
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3 weeks, 3 days ago
i have a small kitchen and large family was wondering it i could keep cupboard store food and drinks in it.
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3 weeks, 2 days ago
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I don't see why not
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3 weeks, 2 days ago
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if put in garage for tins and things . not so good for fluids in winter as they tend to freeze and explode
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3 weeks, 2 days ago
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I wouldn't like to say as only use it for garden tools, sorry.
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3 weeks, 2 days ago
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Yes I would say so provided you wrap sensibly ( aromas attract animals easier than you think) and use a decent padlock ( some animals are smarter than you think).
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4 weeks, 1 day ago
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I have put bags of compost and small bags of sand in mine and they are fine but I guess it depends on the size and weight of your bag of coal. Also, there's a limit to the weight I could lift in and out of the box. I don't think logs would be any problem.
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4 weeks, 1 day ago
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If it's on a flat surface and weight of the coal is on the base it would be okay. If the coal is leaning on the sides it would probably warp or buckle eventually.
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1 month ago
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yes I think it would be as long as you did not want to move it while loaded.
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1 month ago
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You could store fairly bulky items in this but be careful when trying to move the unit as the base might come away. It is also made of plastic so could crack if very heavy items are placed inside.
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1 month ago
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Although quite solid it is still made of plastic and clips together and I would think that in time a heavy bag of coal would distort
and possibly unclip sides from base.
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1 month ago
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Sorry no, unless they are folding ones.
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1 month, 3 weeks ago
Would 2 council recycling bins fit in side
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1 month, 1 week ago
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No. It would not be tall enough.
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1 month, 1 week ago
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Definitely not!
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1 month, 1 week ago
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No. More like a cushion box.
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1 month, 2 weeks ago
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No I don't think so
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1 month, 2 weeks ago
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Ours in Kent would so I'm sure yours prob would too easily.
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