Bunnings' Ebay Store Has Some Great Deals Right Now

Home improvement doesn't care that it's cold or wet. Thankfully, you can now shop via Bunnings' eBay store and have the stuff delivered to you so you can take advantage of a break in the weather without queuing up at a register. Of course, you won't get a sausage but that's an extra couple of bucks you can put towards your project. Here are some of the best deals.

Here are some products that caught our eye. (You can view the full sale catalog at the Bunnings Pop Up Store at Ebay.)

Lifetime 82.5cm Children's Blow Mould Picnic Table

Price: $79.00

Most kids don't feel the cold. So why not give them a place to sit and play comfortably outside? This picnic table is lightweight, portable and functional, with built in bench seating, perfect for your children and their friends to enjoy.

Sunfresh 4 Line Retractable Clothesline

Price: $67.00

It can be a pain to get the washing dry in winter. But if you have a covered area like a garage or verandah, a retractable clothesline is a great way to have a place for the washing that doesn't have to clutter up part of your yard or home.

Morgan Stainless Steel Twin Compartment Pedal Bin

Price: $39.00

A perfect waste solution for the environment conscious household, Morgan's double pedal bin is fantastic for sorting your rubbish and recycling from day to day

Jumbuck Rondo Mini Spit Charcoal Roaster

Price: $78.90

Winter is a great time for a warm spit roast dinner. This lightweight and portable Jumbuck Rondo Mini Spit Roaster is ideal for achieving slow, even cooking of large pieces of meat over a wood or heat bead fuelled fire

Flexion 350 x 300 x 225cm Oxford Mesh Gazebo

Price: $109.00

Set up some quick shelter in just a few minutes with this pop-up gazebo. Ideal for camping or expanding your backyard undercover space.

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Comments

    Massive is definitely not the word I would use. Disappointing, lacklustre, crap. These all would have been excellent words to use.

      But the advertiser (ie Bunnings) paying for this slot to lure sheeple into thinking it's a massive online sale probably wouldn't want to use those words...

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