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5 Tier Boltless Shelving Unit @ Bunnings $47

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Another Friday night Masters price beater.

The page still says $89 but it is advertised on the front page as $47.

The Qiq Fix 5 Tier Utility Shelf features a flush top shelf, simple snap lock system and is able to support 200kg per shelf.

Finished with black powder coating, the Qiq Fix 5 Tier Utility Shelf can be used in conjunction with the Qiq Fix Corner Shelf (Item Number 90016)

Flush top shelf
No bolt - snap lock system
200kg load per shelf
Black powder coated

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  • +31 votes

    This will be great to store my 5 unboxed bolted shelves on.

  • +43 votes

    Hate how Bunnings only react, after Masters already takes the intiative.

    Bunnings specials will stop altogether once Masters is out of the loop.

    • +8 votes

      Funny too that yesterday the bunnings price was 89 and the Masters price was 59,but no matching the rest of the year with a price disparity of 30 bucks, then Masters put it on special and drop 10 bucks and all of a sudden Bunnings pull their pants down.

      This surely is borderline anticompetitive, had Bunnings acted this way against small hardware stores around the corner from them to put them out of business there would be an uproar, however I guess no one cares if it happens to a multinational, but the consumer will lose out in the end

      • +2 votes

        had Bunnings acted this way against small hardware stores around the corner from them to put them out of business there would be an uproar

        I seriously doubt that

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          All those had been achieved years ago.
          Who showed mercy to all those small business owners out of business?

        • +3 votes

          @Jamesx: no one of course gives a crap about a small hardware owner, but if it's a fruit and vegetables shop up against woollies or Coles pretty sure in the past the ACCC has even got involved.

          Bunnings is practically a monopoly once masters goes, definitely bad for the consumer. Most of their catalogue isn't even deals, they routinely put and orange tag with the original price over the tag underneath

        • +2 votes

          @Jackson:

          Hence why I will buy the Masters One - they seem to always start this Friday deal -
          Bunnings playing catch up - plus masters is much closer

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          @Jackson:
          I thought bunnings only had about 20 percent market share?

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          @Jackson: I've noticed pretty huge price increases at my local Bunnings over the past year or two. I can only imagine how bad it's going to be once Masters is gone. We don't even have a local Masters though, just a Home Hardware to compete but it's no match…

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        it already has happened, how many small hardware stores are around now.

        samegoes with small butchers and greengrocers, coles woolies price them out.

    • +10 votes

      Bunnings does this to drive people away from masters till masters is gone, and then, it can price whatever it likes (again).

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        But there still is home hardware, dhalsens, mitre10, local store, online stores, we even have bargains pop up here from tool stores

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          Home Hardware is owned by Woolies like Masters. They are closing alongside Masters.

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          @subywagon:

          I thought, incorrectly, that Home Hardware was franchised, bugger.

          "We also advise that HTH operates under a ‘hybrid’ business model incorporating 44 company-owned HTH sites and distribution centres, as well as servicing the wholesale needs of over 350 independently owned and operated HTH and Thrifty-Link branded stores who licence our brand and utilise the distribution network.

          So some of the stores are owned and run by people.

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          If the above mentioned were such fierce competition, you would see bunnings go out guns blazing as well. Fact is, they don't care about them enough coz they do not pull the buying power as large retailers such as bunnings and masters do.

          Compare th store size of any of the mentioned with bunnings/masters.

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    Any simple way to level these? I want to use them at my Kennards warehouse lockup, but even the smooth concrete floors don't tend to be level all the time.

  • -2 votes

    insane deal

  • +1 vote

    good deal, but prefer the smaller footprint of the masters one

  • +1 vote

    Got this same one a month ago for $39 on special. But beward for people who want t install it, get a helper, and some kind of soft mallet hammer, and prepared to be frustrated at times trying to hammer the lock ins together.

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      +1 good advice; we had some similar shelving systems at work - a rubber mallet makes all the difference. In a pinch we used to wrap a hammer in some packing foam when we couldn't locate the mallet.

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      Or just use a thick rolled bath towel and cover the frame using it and use normal hammer. You don't quite need a soft mallet hammer.

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    The description says "snap lock system", making me think that I can assemble this in 5 mins..

    But is it identical to the one I got from aldi a few years back…that takes fifteen mins to hammer in the little steel flat tags?

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      I got the Aldi one and it was a breeze to put together. This looks like the exact same concept

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      I got 3 of these few months back, very easy to install, takes about 10-15 minutes per cabinet. Had been looking to buy 2 more, but I will try to get 3 tomorrow morning if somewhere has stock.

      Thank you again this post :)

  • +1 vote

    Website now says "Price correct as at Fri 05 Feb 2016 9:44:38"! I'm guessing deal is off?

  • +1 vote

    So… Where is this Masters deal everyone's saying is better?

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    I would remind people that dexion is quite cheap, you can buy it second hand from Maloufs in Alexandria if you are in Sunday and cut it to size and make the shelves as big or small as you want and they throw in the bolts. Pretty sure if you want it cut they can do it for you there too. If you are thinking of buying 3 or more of these kits worth considering putting in the extra work and paying a bit extra, it will cost more but the benefits may outweigh the cost for you

  • +1 vote

    Have two of these. Easy to assemble, ideally with rubber mallet, but I used regular hammer and used an old pocket diary destined for the bin as a pad to avoid denting the metal.

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    I had one shelf of the similar sort.
    The problem I found was when you put the top half over the bottom half you need to align it carefully.

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    these shelves are surprisingly good shelves and sturdy. I managed to get mine for $25, should've bought a whole bunch as I didn't realise they were so cheap at the time

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    Thanks :)

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    I want the all steel unit back on sale.
    It had the steel shelves. Shiny metal colour.

    In- law has these. They are great as well.

  • +4 votes

    I own both 4 Masters and 2 Bunnings shelves and the masters ones are better built and easier to put together.

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    bought one this morning - there was no signage to indicate it was on special at the mt gravatt QLD branch.

    Bought a soft mallet on the spot as well, $9.98.

    Took about 25 min to put together. The wholes for the middle support are a little dodge but everything else came together alright. Seems sturdy enough.

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    About 25 units in Artarmon (NSW).

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    Bought some of these today. They had no Qik-Fix in stock, however they had the same thing in the brand Romak, it scanned up at the same price as the qik-fix

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    Anyone know if this one allows you two build two half height ones and sit them side by side? I want one that sits under a garage window

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      Yep got one this morning and that's what I did, put them side by side. The box shows a few options how you can set them up.

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    Got one this morning too (from Northland SC), plenty of stock. Assembled in half an hour, steady and easy to adjust.

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    Very confusing, was at Mascot and only the Romak ones are available (looks pretty much the same), and scans at $47. According to staff the Qiq fix is in stock but he couldn't find it anywhere on the floor or out back.

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    Bought 4 and going back for more tomorrow :) very easy, simple storage