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[Canadian Tire] Canadian Tire Clear Tote 80L 9.99 (regular 19.99)

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[Canadian Tire] Canadian Tire Clear Tote 80L 9.99 (regular 19.99)

Good deal I’d say!
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Reviews claiming it's poor quality and cracks easily. Will avoid. Enticing price however.
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carmageddon wrote: Reviews claiming it's poor quality and cracks easily. Will avoid. Enticing price however.
Nah, I have a bunch of these CT Type A containers. They're fine. Not Rubbermaid level of toughness, but if you compare them with Sterlite, they're not markedly worse.
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Nov 25, 2019
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I have a bunch too already. Use them to store clothes so it’s fine for that!
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Oct 24, 2009
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Anyone found good priced ones that you can stack them but still open from the side? The problem with these types are if you are not super organized or don't label them, you end up un-stacking and opening all totes to find sth you need..
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taya1214 wrote: Anyone found good priced ones that you can stack them but still open from the side? The problem with these types are if you are not super organized or don't label them, you end up un-stacking and opening all totes to find sth you need..
Whoa! These exist!? Can you show me an example.
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Surrey
Watching Fight Club every 2-3 months helps me from buying too many clothing, plus buying such totes to store them.
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Very fragile - treat gently, Light loading only. don't drop
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I like clear ones! Easier to see what’s in what.
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Check your triangle bonus offers. I currently have 25x on storage bins.
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I bought some of those last year, not the best quality, not for heavy stuff. If you move them around a lot they could break and you may lose the wheels because they're designed to come off.

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