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All Set 49L Clear Storage Container with Lid $6 @ Bunnings

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The All Set 49 litre storage containers with clip on lid are an ideal storage solution for the home, office and garage.

With a four wheel design for smooth moving and stability, built-in handles for comfortable carrying and a clear polypropylene construction for easy identification of contents, these containers are designed to be stacked and nested to give you maximum storage, and save you space.

49 litre plastic container with lid
4 wheels for easy handling
Space saving stack and nest design
Carry handles for greater portability

edit: price reduced to $5.50. see new deal

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  • +5 votes

    Anyone know how hard wearing/strong these are? The ones I bought from Kmart are total POS.

    • +2 votes

      probably same quality as Kmart for $6. Dont expect much.

    • +1 vote

      Picked up two of the Kmart ones (60L) yesterday for $9 each, they are fairly brittle and quality isn't great but are fine for storing clothes or soft toys.

  • +2 votes

    Don't know about this particular one, but I have looked at other Bunnings ones which were more expensive - and they were absolute junk. In fact of the ones stacked on display at the front of the store - several were already broken.

    • +4 votes

      Yeah, I saw one that was so broke that all that was left was a handle.

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        I checked one to see how brittle it was, barely flexed and it snapped to prices. I'm not sure if it was this particular brand, but it was in Bunnings.

  • +3 votes

    I have some very old storage containers like these and they're built like a tank. They don't crack the moment you stack a box weighing more than a couple of kilos on top. Everything I've bought in the last 10 years through have been worthless. It's gotten to the point I've stopped buying these altogether.

  • +1 vote

    I agree. The original ones that use to cost anywhere between $30 to $40 were quite good quality. Anything I have bought in the last 10 years has to be handled with great care. But that still doesn't stop the odd cracking!

    • +3 votes

      It just goes to show that when things get too cheap, quality goes out the window, generally speaking.

  • +7 votes

    Starmaid 52l are basically indestructible. I have them stacked 4 high with heavy contents.

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        But they're $33 and have no wheels :(

        The wheels always break anyways (and/or don't roll properly when it's full - the only time you need them).

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        They're currently showing as $15.00 (save $18.00) on clearance, with low stock on the Masters site…

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        Masters jacked the price about 4 months ago…thought it was because Starmaid went out of business.

        My average cost has been about $10 bucks per thanks to Ozbargain plus price matching less 10%.

        Just got another six via this deal for around $11 per at Masters: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/228024

        Wheels are a pain as they break under load and damage timber floors.

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        If they're the ones WW sells - then there are two types. One has wheels, one does not. Or is it Willow!? I don't know now… Anyway, I bought several without the wheels - they seem at least so far, to be brilliant. And I wouldn't buy their wheel ones, because the wheels stuck up into the storage area - meaning you had four squares, so didn't get the entire flat surface.

    • +4 votes

      They are 2 for $16 at Masters when I went a few days ago.

      Easily the best plastic tubs by miles: stronger, clearer (so you can see what's in them), stack well, easier to carry because of the rounded bottom, etc. I have over 50 of these, some bought more than 5 years ago. The old handles broke sometimes, and I've actually cracked one of the lips and two of the lids when filling them with books and then accidentally dropping them on each other, but they are so much better then all the dozens of others I've used over the years.

    • +2 votes

      Agreed, LOVE the Starmaids. I've got some stacked 6 high with light + some heavy content (reference books, computer parts) and they're standing solid, no cracks. Worth the investment.
      If I were to move property and throw everything I owned into a truck, I would invest in many more Starmaids for sure.

  • +2 votes

    Agree that the starmaid ones are in a different league.
    Bought some of these to move house as they were only slightly more extensive than buying cardboard moving boxes. Some of the handles broke straight away but other than that they remained intact.

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      Yeah I had two handles break from same box of 6 tubs. Think it was a batch issue as I have 20+ of these with no issues. Swapped for new lids at Masters.

  • +1 vote

    I've bought the 'Bunker' ones from Bunnings… so far so good! Quite a bit more exxy than $6 though!

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    I saw these the other day but decided to buy the ~70L for $14 - as they seemed a bit more sturdy.

    These 50L ones did seem very flimsy and like they would crack in 5 seconds…

    Can't beat the star maid ones!

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    Nothing beats milk crates! :)

    • +8 votes

      You mean for letting in dust and vermin, being too small to be practical and running the risk of fines for being in possession of them? Damn straight.

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        Didn't know it wasn't legal to own milk crates. Why?

        • +3 votes

          They are usually the property of the suppliers that truck goods into supermarkets, shops etc. If you have any, look at the branding on the crates.

          Palettes are sometimes similar - the heavy strong ones are reused over and over by trucking companies and not a free for all, even if they are sitting roadside of a construction site.

        • +1 vote

          @cgb: Oh I see, thanks. So they're like shopping trolleys. Nah don't own any, but never knew this.

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          @Uncharted: Yeah, there was even an amnesty years ago.

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    None left at villawood

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    I bought one of these a week back. Walking to the car I saw what looked a much better quality, similar size for I think $6.98 at Officeworks. I wish I'd noticed it when I was in there buying my 5m HDMI for 8.88 before bunnings