Collapsable bucket in B&m stores

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  1. davanne

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    Last year I bought a collapsable bowl in a local B&M store
    Today when I was in they had the collapsable bucket so I bought one for £3.99
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  2. carolyn

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    Oh damn i will have to go and see if i can get a red one to match the red bowl i bought there months ago, at least the new motorhome is imminent, 2 weeks and 3 days. Sooo excited.
     
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  3. davanne

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    They had red ones where I got mine from ....good luck(y)
     
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    Unfortunately no B&M stores down here and they don't list it on line :(
     
  5. davanne

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    It was in the sale section so maybe that's why it's not online.
    I thought they were a very good price at £3.99 pity you haven't got any stores down there.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up - I'm going tomorrow to try to get one to match my collapsible red bowl. I just love things that match! (y)
     
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  7. Red Dragon

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    Would some really nice Funster thats going to Chester get me one?PLEASE!!! (Red) if possible but a bucket will do,no such Stores on the Isle Of Man.
    Will reimburse you at Chester with ENGLISH money:rolleyes:(y)(y)(y)
     
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    Buy yourself a bucket then drive over it, much the same appearance.
     
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  9. Tootles

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    Very true. We carry the ex Army version, the wife prefers it to a plate. :Eeek:

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    Sorry, not going to Chester but will be at Newark, so .................... if anyone is going to Newark first then Chester let me know and I'll try to get 2 tomorrow.
    That'll be a well travelled bucket won't it????
     
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    We got the bowl for the sink but it was just a smidgen too big! :( 2002 Hymer double sinks
     
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  12. Tootles

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    Try a plug. (y)(y) That might fit...........;)
     
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    No need for knifes forks or spoons either just hook it round her neck. A must get for anybody, especially scrounging visitors :rofl::rofl:
     
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    She isn't that crude.......:( She just lies down, whilst I pour it in through a funnel. (y)
     
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    Make sure she licks it out, then there is no washing up either, Got to be the environmental gadget of the year (y)
     
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    Just got the Camping & Caravanning monthly magizine delivered from the Postman. The same bucket advertised in there for ....... wait for it.......
    £24.99 for a pair. RIP OFF comes to mind.
     
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    Will it turn inside out? If it does you can use one side for clean water and the other for grey/toilet waste. (y)
     
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    Hi The Dude don't worry about Chester as we are going to Newark(y)
    Many thanks if you get one?
     
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    Cool, cheers for the info, looked for one at NEC only found a 7.5ltr, too small and £15! Will be sending Nige to get one from our B&M :)

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    only 4 left in the Macc B & M when we got tand when we asked where they were they didn't have a clue but eventually found them -only 2 now remain:)
     
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