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March 8, 2006

Collapsible Bucket


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From the website:

    A bucket that stores flat!

    This bucket is handy for all kinds of chores — hauling potting soil, pulling weeds, harvesting tomatoes and washing windows.

    Twists to fold flat and stores in its own pouch!

    Won’t clutter your garden bench or roll around your garage when not in use.

    Made of lightweight but durable nylon that’s 100% waterproof.

    Metal handle has a nonslip grip.

    Holds 2.9 gallons.

    11"H x 10"Dia.


In red, blue or orange.



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is there a phone number i can call to order this item - thank you

Posted by: constance thompson | Sep 3, 2008 3:52:28 PM

do they manufacture a 5 gallon bucket

Posted by: jeff peterson | Dec 6, 2006 1:39:48 AM

Being suspicious of all things that are supposed to "fold up into a pouch in 7 easy steps" or whatever, I have to say, I do like this and have faith in it. I'm gonna get one to take outside and spit my sunflower seed hulls and orange peels and seeds into when I pretend to do yard work. I will even get TWO of them. I have a feeling one is going to need to get used to this concept - the folding up of buckets, cooking utensils, vehicles, portable toilets, wearing apparel, and certainly, probably, one day, entire living complexes, condos, high-rises, possibly even airports - into an easily carried pouch in 687 easy steps.
Bring it on, I say.

Posted by: Flutist | Mar 8, 2006 2:04:55 PM

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