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Lifetime

Model 60012

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130 Gal. Polyethylene Outdoor Deck Box

$148.19 /each
  • High-Quality Spring Hinge to Prevent Accidental Closure
  • Sturdy Design Doubles as a Patio Bench, 900 lb. Weight Capacity
  • Weather & Water-Resistant Seal Protects Interior from Elements

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Need to expand your patio storage, but have limited space available. Store your things outside in a Lifetime Storage Box. The rigid, double-wall, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) construction makes the box strong and durable, sturdy enough to be used as a patio bench. It's UV-protected construction, and the weather and water resistant seal helps keeps the interior dry. The spring-hinge lid opens greater than 90 Degree , won't slam shut, and is lockable.

  • Controlled spring-hinge lid opens greater than 90 Degree won't slam shut
  • Strong and durable can be used as a bench
  • Rigid dual-wall high-density polyethylene (HDPE) construction
  • Weather resistant steel hinges
  • Weather and water-resistant seal helps keep interior dry
  • Easy straight-forward assembly
  • UV-protected panels and lid will not fade, crack, or peel
  • Molded handles moves easily to desired location
  • Lockable lid
  • Doubles as a bench (900 lb. weight capacity)
  • Designed to accept do-it-yourself dividers or shelving
  • 10-year limited warranty

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Would it be easy to cut a whole thru it to allow outside Feral Cats Shelter during the Winter? We can put Straw inside to cushion & keep them warm. Wo

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June 27, 2016
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What? Cut a hole in such a pretty box? Can be done for sure, but then would have a PVC box with little or no insulation.
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December 13, 2015
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Based on all the nice reviews, I'm going to get this box to use for a feral cat shelter. If you place the hole in the long end, you can place an 18", cheap plastic patio table outside the side with the hole to keep water and snow from blowing in, then cover the bin and table with a single, very large, heavy duty tarp and secure the tarp ends with bricks. The heavy duty tarps last for years even in the Read More
Based on all the nice reviews, I'm going to get this box to use for a feral cat shelter. If you place the hole in the long end, you can place an 18", cheap plastic patio table outside the side with the hole to keep water and snow from blowing in, then cover the bin and table with a single, very large, heavy duty tarp and secure the tarp ends with bricks. The heavy duty tarps last for years even in the sun and Midwest cold. I'm confident this bin will work. I'm aware the warranty expires once the hole has been placed but it sounds like a very nice and sturdy deck box so I'm willing to give it a try. It's large enough to even put another wood sleeping box inside. I can't wait to get this box and give it a try. Read Less
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December 10, 2014
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Interesting purpose for this box. The sides are plastic. Although the exterior of sides is flat, the interior has sort of an egg-cartony type surface but it's still all plastic so with a hacksaw or maybe a sharp exacto knife you could get through it, but then you'd have an opening where the cold could come in. Maybe putting a couple of cat-warming pads in there, if you have electricity nearby, would Read More
Interesting purpose for this box. The sides are plastic. Although the exterior of sides is flat, the interior has sort of an egg-cartony type surface but it's still all plastic so with a hacksaw or maybe a sharp exacto knife you could get through it, but then you'd have an opening where the cold could come in. Maybe putting a couple of cat-warming pads in there, if you have electricity nearby, would help. Read Less
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January 10, 2014
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It would be pretty easy if you have the right saw, but then the unit would not be quite as sturdy or rain proof. Maybe the rain problem could be solved by installing a commercial swinging cat door. Buy the door first to get the dimensions of the hole.
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January 9, 2014
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The plastic wall structure is fabricated for strength with several engineering tricks incorporated. The quality and strength of this product is it's main asset. To cut a hole in any of the walls would eliminate that strength and effectively destroy a high quality, expensive produce. Very bad idea.
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December 10, 2013
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It's pretty sturdy, and cutting the hole wouldn't be a problem but I'm not sure if that would weaken the structure or not. I'm guessing it would be OK if the lid wasn't being opened and closed all the time.
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December 2, 2013
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It is possible to cut through, I don't know how easy it would be though. Please keep in mind, this will void your warranty.
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Does the deck box come with wheels so it can be moved?

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no - no wheels on the deck box and no where to mount any. It is light to move when empty.
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No wheels, but the box is easily moved around by either 1 person sliding it or 2 people lifting it.
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Seattle, WA
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December 10, 2014
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I just bought the 130 gallon polyethylene outdoor Deck Box and, no, it does not come with wheels. I suppose you could put a couple of dollies under it so you could move it around.
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No
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no wheels, no way to attach any that I can see. This product is not that heavy and can easily be pushed or dragged across a surface.
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Nope.
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No wheels but moveable
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October 7, 2013
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The deck box does not have wheels.
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How watertight is it? Can we store chair pillows in it w/o them getting wet?

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June 27, 2016
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I wouldn`t want to use it as a boat, but all our cushions remain dry through heavy rainstorms.
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Exactly why we got it! With the top close, it is very tight and dry.
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I bought one of these 130-gallon deck storage boxes in early November and put my folding deck chairs in there for the winter on the top deck of my houseboat. Here in Seattle we have had lots of windy, rainy days and I have not noticed any water getting in the container. I just checked (as it's been raining all day) and it is dry inside. The container is not watertight like you could store water in it but Read More
I bought one of these 130-gallon deck storage boxes in early November and put my folding deck chairs in there for the winter on the top deck of my houseboat. Here in Seattle we have had lots of windy, rainy days and I have not noticed any water getting in the container. I just checked (as it's been raining all day) and it is dry inside. The container is not watertight like you could store water in it but my observation is that it is assembled in such a way that rain just doesn't get in. You can always put a plastic sheet around the cushions if you're worried because it is conceivable that if rain were blown hard horizontally, it might seep in under the cover but even that fits tightly (although not sealed). Read Less
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Chair cushions is exactly what I use it for. I live in a high wind area in the mountains of TN. 50-60 mph is not uncommon and may last for days. Rain, freezing rain, snow, high winds, just had all the above last week. No leakage, items remained dry.
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I think it's very water tight and rain shouldn't be able to intrude. I don't think I'd be hitting it with a high pressure hose, but it looks to be sealed pretty well.
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September 4, 2013
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Yes. We had a windy raining cats & dogs thunderstorm recently and this deck box of ours stayed dry and everything in it was dry and secure.
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No, but... To store pillows you would have to seal all the walls with a water silicone/sealant. I know someone who did this it seemed to have worked out fine for him. He said it was not a hard or long process.
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Yes
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Would this be a good box to hold fishing poles and tackle boxes?

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Rods and reels fit well if they are "take-down"(2 pc) or shorter than 9`. Tackle boxes fit in well.
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Yes, it will hold items like that well, protected from weather, and easily accessible.
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Yes, if the poles aren't longer than 58" (or maybe can be a little longer if you put them in the box at an angle). The box's inside dimensions inside are 58" long and 23" wide (front-to-back) and 24" deep .
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Assuming that the poles can be broken down so as to fit length wise, absolutely yes. Check other questions which I answered about securing this box to a floor should you want to put this in a boat with flooring. This box can also be padlocked. Too big to carry back and forth between a vehicle and boat but would be good to put in the back of a pick-up, not a car, maybe a mini-van, for the purpose of Read More
Assuming that the poles can be broken down so as to fit length wise, absolutely yes. Check other questions which I answered about securing this box to a floor should you want to put this in a boat with flooring. This box can also be padlocked. Too big to carry back and forth between a vehicle and boat but would be good to put in the back of a pick-up, not a car, maybe a mini-van, for the purpose of storage. Would hold several tackle boxes and poles, probably a good size net; this thing is big. Read Less
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It might just take them but I suggest you measure the length of your fishing rods then check the length of the box. They might fit and angle.
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I hope you have a lot of fishing poles and tackle boxes!!
This box is big.
It is a great box, for almost anything. Very sturdy and well made.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 145 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outdoor deck box The price was good, shipping was free and delivery time was reasonable. The box was fairly easy to assemble and appears to be well constructed. I am very happy with the purchase. September 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I only buy Lifetime products now! I bought this deck box a couple of years ago and, despite being subjected to Florida weather, it still looks new. It holds all of my pool equipment and chemicals and much more. Pretty easy to assemble, has never leaked, always closes tightly. Other non-Lifetime deck boxes I've owned are so much inferior to this one. Lifetime means Lifetime! August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Durable We have 2 of these. First one for 5 years and just bought the second. Highly recommend this pool box! August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PERFECT! Water tight, Bug free, Ample Room, Sturdy I bought this approx 4 yrs ago. NO FADING. Still stays dry and bug free inside. Very attractive and sturdy. It has weathered many storms. My kids often climb and sit on it, as well as my 225lb husband. Lots of room. We store outdoor toys, a tricycle, Baseball & hockey gear inside. LOVE IT! August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy! Actually as easy as as said. Works! Appears durable. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lifetime 130 gal. Deck Box Home Depot shipment arrived quickly. Easily assembled the 2 boxes I ordered and they kept water out when I test sprayed them. Doing the job so far. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lifetime outdoor deck box Went together very easy,strong and sturdy,it hasn't rained so I don't know if it leaks but from other lifetime decks I'm sure it won't. But if does I will let you know. August 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good. Almost perfect Not too hard to assemble, there were two of us which made it a little easier. The only two things that could have been better: the screw holes do not line up to any other holes so don't look for those holes. The support plastic will stop a normal sized hand from ratcheting and screwing in straight. That was a bit tough. Now that it is together, the lid does not align perfectly so to get it completely closed you have to push the lid to the right a bit and give a good push down at the same time. So why 5 stars? Even with that we have had torrential rain and not one drop got in the box. Love it! June 22, 2016
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