Scott Essential Jumbo Toilet Tissue Roll - 8 Pack (2400m of Tissue) $42 @ Bunnings (in-Store Only)


Edit - cheaper at Officeworks (thanks GG57). Edit: No stock (temporarily out of stock at the payment screen in checkout).

$42 at Bunnings

Basically one year's toilet paper for $35.64 (or $42 at Bunnings). Beats any deals that Amazon can come up with if you are willing to accept the paper being one ply less.

Summarising what's in this article -

  • one person uses 57 sheets of toilet paper per day.
  • one jumbo roll (300m) would last 46 days for one person.
  • eight jumbo rolls (2400m) would last 368 days for one person.

Using maths -

  • 1.4 cents per metre
  • Assuming 10 sheets/metre then it'll be 14 cents per 100 sheets.

Supplied in cartons of 8 rolls of 300m each
• 2-Ply soft jumbo toilet tissue
• Quick and easy to refill
• FSC certified
• White in colour

Scott Essential Jumbo Toilet Tissue Roll delivers quality with superior softness, strength, absorbency and comfort.

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  • +6 votes

    it’s coronatime

    • +1 vote

      Mmm… Beer

    • +1 vote

      Holy crap. This roll is giving me the sheets.


        Pretty sure it's one continuous length.

        • -1 vote

          Not pretty sure it’s one Coronavirus length?

        • +1 vote

          From the very first time I encountered one of these in a commercial facility, I wanted my own.

          Whether you're a scruncher or a folder, these things are endless fun. Put a dispenser up at your home today so that you can improve your skillz and survive longer in the post sars-cov-2 world.

          What can be better than hoarding industrial tissue. Just like the ones used at shopping centres to reduce the cost of toilet paper from .001 sheet per footfall to .0001 sheet per footfall.

          Yes, install your own dispenser today! Just like a Algorythmic Trader, you too can save with every movement! Never before has any product had so many, practical, cost saving features:

          A big locked plastic box on the wall with an opening that's hard to get to, that you have to reach up inside to hopefully find a dangling piece of narrow paper. Due to the location, you can barely articulate your fingers inside the opening, but you persist to poke them higher, hoping not to find spiders and roaches, used bubblegum, frangas, to persuade the weighty 300m long roll to turn and allow you to tear a piece large enough for use, but which inevitably delaminates, breaks and in a million other ways just shrivels into shredded strips. You persist, and gradually you can glean something wide enough to cover one finger, or if you're lucky, two. By the time you fold it into a pad long enough to lose permanently up your backside, you find it actually dissolves on contact. Like a crazed addict, temporarily oblivious to your putrid, contaminated hands, you keep fumbling inside the opening for more. Alas, each piece comes out smaller than the last, and you end up with mess all over the dispenser, the seat, your clothes, even your shoes. The next person in will think the last person was fresh out of an asylum. Paper is everywhere, but at the price of this super-narrow, ultra flimsy, unperforated tissue, you can use 10x more and the facilities owner will still be saving money.

          On the plus side, those who are beginning to resort to Tally-Ho wrappers will be able to improve their lot. And the level of hand-washing MAY increase

  • +1 vote

    I've been using a bodna for decades (as have most people in the Indian sub-continent). They're hard to find in Australia but a small watering can does the trick too.

  • +32 votes

    57 sheets of toilet paper per day

    what the (profanity)??? who are these people

  • +2 votes

    These are the toilet paper you find in most Shopping Centre Toilets.

  • +6 votes

    I think I’m going to need a bigger tp holder on the wall …

  • +5 votes

    It's going to involve an aggressive retro fit to mount to the existing holder.

  • +23 votes

    I'll stick to dragging my arse across my back lawn, thanks.

  • -1 vote

    Sounds like an absolute bargain if this deal is anything to go by…

    Everyone crying its great deal because amazon had it on stock for a few hours plus crazy postage.

  • +3 votes

    Clicking through to the source of that article…

    "Today, there is in-office machine, which turns used copier paper into toilet rolls, right there in the office."

    Where do I find this golden goose?

    (Ok, apparently it's called the White Goat and cost $100k ($US I assume) in 2010..)


      A white goat for the black swan event Corona, you can't make this sh*% up, arrrrgh.

    • +1 vote

      That's rad except "If the machine were to run 24 hours a day, 365 days per year, it would take a little over 11 years to [break even]"

  • +11 votes

    Hello, I need the biggest roll of toilet paper you have.

    No… that's too big.

    • -2 votes

      TP whoreder - Hello, I need the biggest roll of toilet paper you have.

      No… That’s not big enough.

  • +3 votes

    "Basically one year's toilet paper for $35.64 " ……. or 6 months worth if you eat a lot of Indian curries.

  • +1 vote

    And thus begins hoarding for the commercial / industrial rolls. Wont people run out of space soon?

  • +3 votes

    Pretty soon we'll be having people using toilet paper as a sign of wealth. It'll start with people using toilet paper for nose rings and earrings, then making it rain toilet paper in strip clubs, sliding a sheet down the g-string of a stripper, using a burning toilet paper roll to light a cigar, ending with necklaces and wedding rings. I await Mr T to make the first move.


    My local foodworx is selling these for $7 a roll

  • +4 votes

    Basically one year's toilet paper

    My daughter would like to challenge this statement..

  • +3 votes

    I am stocking up on tally ho papers , just in case

    • +3 votes

      An old sheep shearer once told me how to clean yourself with just one
      Tally-Ho…. I never shook hands with him again!

  • +2 votes

    The toilet paper behavior is irrational.

  • +1 vote

    It's still not enough. Why isn't it 5000m.


    This is good as a backing paper. Use a single piece of the good stuff on the surface.

  • +2 votes

    Rough enough to make you bleed, but thin enough for you fingers to tear through.

    • +3 votes

      Sounds like an up and coming 'Country and Western' song………..

      • +4 votes

        Might start at the bottom of the charts

        • +1 vote

          In amongst the dust and tears of the rodeo "It was rough enough to make you bleed, but thin enough for you fingers to rip through, as I gasped and held my breath and sat there in that stinking port-a-loo"……..

  • +1 vote

    now it's getting ridiculous

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