Brabantia Dustbins Reviews
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Customer Brabantia Dustbins Reviews (19)
by - written on 28/10/07 (Very useful, 1336 readings)
When it comes to bins for the home, especially the kitchen the brand name which often springs to mind is the plastic king of kings, Addis. I presently have an Addis kitchen bin in my bedroom of which I use for shredding paper and other accumulated paper junk. Iíve often bought Addis simply because most of their products are made with good thick PVC plastic, good design thought and are generally easy to clean. Cheaper versions from Poundstretchers and Argos which donít carry the Addis name however are easy to spot; they donít hold much quality against an Addis product. But what do you do, if you are looking for something completely different and more stylised to fit into . Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
After a succession of cheap pedal bins and plastic, fantastic swing bins, five years ago we finally decided to part with a shocking amount of money for a Brabantia model. I had always thought it madness to pay such a high price for a product that holds your waste, but was persuaded when my Mum in law purchased one and kept singing its praises. We bought ours from B&Q for £70. (Although, this was five years ago). We wanted a touch close one, this was a fairly new idea at the time, I definitely didn't want a pedal bin as we seemed to break those within a year. They had a large range on sale, as well as a cheaper brand, but we decided upon the Brabantia ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 133 readings)
I'm slowly replacing things in my kitchen - I really need a new kitchen, but that's beyond my budget right now - and one of the things on my list was a new bin. When we first moved in about five years ago, we ended up buying a cheap set of plastic dish drainer and bin; the drainer's life ended years ago but I never got round to replacing the bin. Brabantia bins are well-known for being expensive and high quality. I did look at the Simple Human range too, but the reviews were quite as good and they aren't a brand I'm as familiar with. As my parents have a Brabantia bin at home and we also have them at work, I knew they are good. The bin I chose was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/10, updated on 18/08/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I've always like Brabantia products, and have had a series of Brabantia bins over the years. I used to have an upright 30 litre pedal bin in the kitchen a few years ago, but then the dogs discovered it and at times pulled it over. So I finally opted for a built in version, in particular the Brabantia built in 15 litre version in brilliant steel. I originally bought it from Amazon for about £35. OK, a bit more expensive that most bins, but my experience has shown that the Brabantia models do last, and remain looking good a long time. The chrome stays shiny and it all continues to give smooth operation for many years. And this model comes with a 10 year ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/08 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Moving into our new apartment, style, pop lid and durability is what we were looking for when it came to the kitchen bin. We were looking at alternatives such supermarkets own brands, though none of these felt as robust and thick as the Brabanti Bins. Brabantia specialise in Kitchen ware, this includes cutlery, bins, tools and other small gadgets. The range is robust, mechanically sound and built to last. These are often far more expensive than competitor brands, but you do get what you pay for. We went for the Polished finished, over the 'matte' effects they do. This is indeed a nightmare to keep on top of when cleaning, ... Read the complete review
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