Lifetime 60012 Extra Large Deck Box

May 28, 2014 - Comment

Consumer’s Digest awarded the Lifetime Deck Box a Best Buy award in September 2009, stating “This unit delivers the most storage capacity of any deck box and includes the best warranty of any horizontal shed that we found. A spring hinge keeps the lid from slamming shut–a great feature that’s unique at this price.” Our

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Consumer’s Digest awarded the Lifetime Deck Box a Best Buy award in September 2009, stating “This unit delivers the most storage capacity of any deck box and includes the best warranty of any horizontal shed that we found. A spring hinge keeps the lid from slamming shut–a great feature that’s unique at this price.” Our 130 gallon Lifetime deck box has plenty of room to store all the items that you want to keep in a convenient outdoor location and comes with a strong, lockable, spring-hinged lid which opens to more than 90 degrees for easy access. The versatile design of the Lifetime deck box even allows you to install interior dividers or shelving. This weather-resistant Lifetime deck box is built to withstand the elements with UV-protected high -density polyethylene (HDPE) construction and a water-resistant seal to keep your storage items safe and dry. A great solution for your outdoor storage needs!

Product Features

  • Extra-large deck box made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic, powder-coated steel hinges
  • Interior capacity is 130 gallons or 16.4 cubic feet
  • Inside dimensions are 57 inches long by 20.75 inches wide by 23.75 inches high
  • Lockable lid with spring hinge for gentle closing
  • Stylish two-tone design in brown and tan

Comments

Dirt Devil "Garden King" says:

Simply the best 0

Sam-I-Am says:

Good so far 0

S. Allen says:

Excellent Deck Box I just put this box together yesterday morning.Just for the record it took exactly 59 minutes start to finish and that was having to take out 4 screws in the lid which I put in the wrong place. (I put the 3/4″ screws where I should have put in the 1 1/4″ screws). So took them out and used the right ones.I also bedded each screw and the 4 corner brackets with silicone which took extra time but IMO is necessary when using metal fasteners into plastic because you can not tighten anything up, you just have to “snug” it up.Bedding everything well in silicone gives that extra hold needed and also helps with any possible future rust problems. I also took high quality silicone grease made for bicycle chains and smeared it on all the metal this will stop any rust and keep the fasteners in good shape.I also added a bead of silicone to all interior joints which adds extra water proofing and gets rid of any entry points for bugs also.Last night it rained harder…

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