Approx. size including handles: (W) 815mm x (L) 1070mm
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Customer reviews (130)
Very good quality
have these changed lately?
I usually buy these on a regular basis (for years) but just over the past couple of packs Ive noticed that they seem to snag,or rip at the slightest thing?! Its either a case of them trying to improve the eco stats with the way theyre made(in my experience,anything food or household related made to be planet friendly is never fit for purpose now!),or theyre just cutting corners,either way,theyre definitely nowhere near as strong as Ive always known them to be..now every time I change the cat litter I have the parcel tape ready,just incase I snag the bag as Im tying it up,just so I dont end up dropping dirty litter through house on way to the bins! Please supply bags that are fit for use,as advertised.
Tears, stretches. Weird plastic VOC smell.
Bought these to use as charity bags. They split easily, sometimes just on opening them, and needed parcel tape to mend them. They also filled downstairs with a strange unpleasant smell. Couldn't put clothes in them. I suppose they might take a few grass clippings as garden sacks (definitely nothing heavy and no twigs) but that is it. Not sure why Ocado sells these. They are not fit for purpose.
We use for kitchen bin, does that job perfectly
rubbish for rubbish! should be rated zero star
Wow! So unbelievably thin and useless. I used these for parcelling up out-grown babygrows, there couldnt be a substance, more soft and gentle than a babygrow!! and yet, the bags ripped and tore at the slightest touch, so much so, that I just had to write a review. .and then they couldnt even hold their own weight on their way to the wheelie bin!
Not a waste sack, awful quality,