Dead deer box aka Garden Storage Trunk now in at Aldi £ 12.99!

goathunter1

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Are they incredibly thin crappy plastic which will break first time - or will it take a bit of abuse? Bloody good price.
 

SimpleSimon

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Are they incredibly thin crappy plastic which will break first time - or will it take a bit of abuse? Bloody good price.
I got one from morrisons recently, identical looking. Not for deer but for moving and containing other junk. Mine now has a hole in the bottom where I dropped something in and it smashed a chunk off...:rolleyes:
 

enfieldspares

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It appears adequate for putting a deer in but, no, the plastic isn't of great thickness. But for £12.99 (or a penny cheaper at Homebase) it will do the job of not abused.
 

Mr. Gain

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Rather my thoughts. I like to keep mine in an open-topped tray or bag that's just deep enough to hold the carcase and contain any fluids, drop the back window an inch or two and make the run home with a good through draught.

It looks good for other purposes, though.
 

badbob

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line the bottom with newspaper and put in a dozen frozen coolie blocks.
if its in your estate car you need a lid to keep the crawly nasties climbing
onto your seats.
 

enfieldspares

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Maybe not a good environment for a warm carcass?
Surely by the time you've done the gralloch, cut the feet off, hung it up, had a "beetle around" for another beast, and then taken it back to your vehicle to take it home it's gone cold?
 

EMcC

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Plasterers bath every time, normally a choice of white or black and as regards creepy crawlies getting out use a towel/sheet held across with a couple or three bulldog clips.
 

Alantoo

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I had a £19.00 plasterers bath from Sainsbury home base which lasted until I put the first carcase into it, then the lip cracked away. And it just cracked more every time.

The thing to go for is one of the polyethylene plasterers mixing baths from toolstation £33.33 delivered...they are unbreakable. A number of places do them around the same money, just check it is polyethylene.

Alan
 

P@ul

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Another vote for the polyethylene plasterers bath, had mine for a few years now.

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polranny

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How long is the toolstation plasterer's bath? I can't see it on the website and I wonder if it will fit in the bottom of the chiller.
Thanks
 

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