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[Costco] Plastic storage set 6 pc - $14.99

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[Costco] Plastic storage set 6 pc - $14.99

I saw this at the Burnaby location, near the entrance. Good deal for a set of storage containers with lids (Made in the USA). Lots of uses at home or office.
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Bought a set last week, they are decent enough. Just make sure you check them out, one of them had a crack in the top so had to exchange it. They dont see that brittle though so who knows what happened.
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They are part of Costco's current bi-weekly sales. Good deal. Picked up two this week. They are made from higher quality, non-brittle plastic. Both the lids and the walls are clear colored, which makes them very convenient storage containers.
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Bought tons of these to help organize random stuff all over the house. Pretty handy.
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Got one set last week. Poor quality lids and thin plastic buckets. Probably fooled a lot of aunties who thought "USA" meant good quality.
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Spinner wrote: Got one set last week. Poor quality lids and thin plastic buckets. Probably fooled a lot of aunties who thought "USA" meant good quality.
Ya, they're 'ok'. Certainly not Rubbermaid quality but for $2.50 each they should do the job. If someone has something of better quality for that price do share.
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They are about the same price as similar bins at Dollarama. Must better quality!!
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I bought a set last week. The quality is good for the price paid. Yes the Rubbermaid ones are better quality,
but at a much higher cost per bin. These ones will crack more easily, but should last a long time if you don't drop them onto a hard floor.
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I got these too - I use them for electronics(cables, wires) so they work for me. I dont expect to put heavy stuff in these.
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pnyknights wrote: Has anyone seen the larger (about the size of 2 or 3 of these) clear bins? Can't seem to find them anywhere
I bought a lot of those as well. They seemed to be out of stock for a while but I managed to pick some up a couple weeks ago.
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Numb3r$ wrote: I saw this at the Burnaby location, near the entrance. Good deal for a set of storage containers with lids (Made in the USA). Lots of uses at home or office.
What are the dimensions?
I can't make it out in the picture.
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they are in stock at Woodbine and hwy 7 location in Markham
(as of Feb 18, 2021)
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mrtin905 wrote: What are the dimensions?
I can't make it out in the picture.
They are 10 15/16” x 16 7/16” x 6 1/2 “ (WxLxH)

i thought I wanted them until I saw them in person. They are huge. Whatever you put in them, you don’t want it to be too heavy.
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These were around last year and I have a whole bunch, the ones that get the most use are holding toys that my kids access almost daily.
No cracks yet but my toddler did manage to pop the black latch a few times, which is not surprising. Bottoms are not flat so they don't slide on carpet well, if that's how you plan to use it (under a bed or furniture or something)

Adults shouldn't have any issues operating this though
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the other day when i was at costco, was not sure what to do with these 6 bins. Looks its a great offer.. .but no use of buying 6. any group buy options.. lol
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Happosai wrote: They are 10 15/16” x 16 7/16” x 6 1/2 “ (WxLxH)

i thought I wanted them until I saw them in person. They are huge. Whatever you put in them, you don’t want it to be too heavy.
Thanks!
You're right, based on the dimensions they're quite large (perfect for my needs).
Hope I can find them at Kirkham.
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I bought 4 sets in total mostly for storing some of my misc workshop tools/parts

They are like the perfect size for everything...

Any bigger means I have too much crap of the same thing
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Gellar wrote: I bought a lot of those as well. They seemed to be out of stock for a while but I managed to pick some up a couple weeks ago.
Ohh where at? Or do you have the sku for it too please?
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