Average customer rating
4.3 out of 5
4.3 out of 5
from 258 customer reviews from 258 customer reviews
233 out of 258(90%)reviewers recommend this product to a friend
Average customer rating
4.3 out of 5
4.3 out of 5
from 258 customer reviews from 258 customer reviews
233 out of 258(90%)reviewers recommend this product to a friend
Product Reviews
Location: West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Works well
Overall Rating
3 out of 5
3 out of 5
ByBernard .
24 July 2017.
Only got it today but it seems to be ok
But been on the website can not find any warranty details so can not register
Written by a customer while visiting keter.com
Location: Paisley, United Kingdom
Nice feature point in garden
Overall Rating
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
ByLou lou .
17 July 2017.
I now have 3 different keter storage units and think they are good only prob is that the lid has broken on our smallest one and I would like to buy a new lid only rather than the whole thing again Can someone please advise ?
Written by a customer while visiting keter.com
Location: Scotland, United Kingdom
disappointing
Overall Rating
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
Bymrs m .
15 July 2017.
product has arrived without any screws etc and at the moment I am struggling to navigate the website to order the required parts. also has graffiti scratched on the back panel, not an issue as it won't be visible but still not the point on a new product. In fairness if we manage to find the parts needed to make it fit for its purpose I think it will prove to be a useful outside storage area.
Written by a customer while visiting keter.com
Location: Herts
Great but no pre drilled screw holes
Overall Rating
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
BySparkler .
06 July 2017.
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I bought this as a quick solution for storing my garden furniture. I liked the less conspicuous colour and the smaller size as it sits just below my lounge window. Although it looks big on the outside it only holds 3 recliners and a few small bits. Still it does the job. Luckily I read reviews beforehand and bought a cheapish electric (battery charged) drill. You need to make about 13 holes for the screws. I had never used a drill before but it was easy enough on level1 power and a small drill head (I used third smallest in pack of about 20 pieces). The instructions are minimal. Lay the base down first. Then attach the two back doors to each other. Note that they mustn't match. They are different on each side and one faces out and the other in. You will know when they are aligned. Drill holes and screw together. Then slot into base. There is a right and a wrong way so don't put in base upside down. The rest is easy. Slot, drill, screw etc. We put the front doors on before the lid. They need wiggling to slot in and lifting the sides a little helped with the slotting. Lid and latch easy. The two clasps are joined together. Separate and insert from inside door. Make sure they are facing the right way. We used a light hammer as they need to click into place. Watch you don't pinch your fingers. That's it. If it had screw holes pre-drilled I would have given it 5. It doesn't have anything to hold lid up but ours rests against house or can open it enough to open doors and then leave it down.
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