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Homz 17-Gallon Party/Utility Tub w/ Rope Handles $4.50 + Free Store Pickup

Corwin 32,753 June 9, 2013 at 09:11 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Kmart Deals
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Kmart has the Homz 17-Gallon Party/Utility Tub with Rope Handles $4.49 (Reg. $10). Pickup in-store or have it shipped free with SYWM.Product Description

BLACK 17 GAL TUB W/ ROPE HANDLE
  • Great for laundry tasks, kids storage, sporting storage and more.
  • Easy to Carry
  • Great for Indoor or Outdoor Storage

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In for 2 for 2.50 thanks!!!
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Kmart has the Homz 17-Gallon Party/Utility Tub with Rope Handles $4.49 (Reg. $10). Pickup in-store or have it shipped free with SYWM.
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In for 2 for 2.50 thanks!!!
Quick question - the Homz storage totes use a poor quality plastic - not as bad as the really cheap Lowes totes, but not a whole lot better. Are these pretty much like a regular rope handle tub, or is the plastic a little thin? I use these for gardening, and when the plastic is cheap I pull the rope handle through the rim cracking it before the summer is out, but I don't have that trouble when they're well made (think lugging one half full of ice for a keg party, about the same weight of stuff in it except every day). Thanks before hand.
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Quick question - the Homz storage totes use a poor quality plastic - not as bad as the really cheap Lowes totes, but not a whole lot better. Are these pretty much like a regular rope handle tub, or is the plastic a little thin? I use these for gardening, and when the plastic is cheap I pull the rope handle through the rim cracking it before the summer is out, but I don't have that trouble when they're well made (think lugging one half full of ice for a keg party, about the same weight of stuff in it except every day). Thanks before hand.

No idea... Have to wait and see I just picked them up for camping and had to burn my syw points on something
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No idea... Have to wait and see I just picked them up for camping and had to burn my syw points on something
I guess we'll both find out the hard way. Wink
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I guess we'll both find out the hard way. Wink


Just got home from picking them up.....for $10 I'd pass, $5 I'd buy if I needed, cheap plastic feel...don't feel very strong. I'd be happy with 1 summers use out of them
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Quote from Mr. Harley View Post :
Quick question - the Homz storage totes use a poor quality plastic - not as bad as the really cheap Lowes totes, but not a whole lot better. Are these pretty much like a regular rope handle tub, or is the plastic a little thin? I use these for gardening, and when the plastic is cheap I pull the rope handle through the rim cracking it before the summer is out, but I don't have that trouble when they're well made (think lugging one half full of ice for a keg party, about the same weight of stuff in it except every day). Thanks before hand.
I haven't had any firsthand experience with these, it's too bad there aren't any reviews. Sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner. I don't know what you're hauling around the garden or if you're using them for planting, but it does sound like you'd be better off with something more solid for daily use.
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Just got home from picking them up.....for $10 I'd pass, $5 I'd buy if I needed, cheap plastic feel...don't feel very strong. I'd be happy with 1 summers use out of them
Thanks - and repped, exactly what I needed to know.

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I haven't had any firsthand experience with these, it's too bad there aren't any reviews. Sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner. I don't know what you're hauling around the garden or if you're using them for planting, but it does sound like you'd be better off with something more solid for daily use.
Often these things break down in one season if you try to use them as a planter as they don't have any Ultraviolet inhibitors - they literally will become brittle after one summer in the sun. I use containers like this to haul grass clippings, compost, home made potting mix which is why I know not to fill a good one more than halfway - a cheap one won't last me two months, the handles pull out. Eddiecorona81 gave me exactly what I needed to know, sadly.
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Thanks - and repped, exactly what I needed to know.



Often these things break down in one season if you try to use them as a planter as they don't have any Ultraviolet inhibitors - they literally will become brittle after one summer in the sun. I use containers like this to haul grass clippings, compost, home made potting mix which is why I know not to fill a good one more than halfway - a cheap one won't last me two months, the handles pull out. Eddiecorona81 gave me exactly what I needed to know, sadly.

If these are outside in sun all day everyday..... They we become brittle in no time, I plan to use them for party's and camping hauling pots and pans

Glad I could help
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