Model # DB5000B

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Suncast 50 Gal. Resin Deck Box
0044365014746

Suncast

50 Gal. Resin Deck Box

$52.24 /each

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Protect patio cushions and other outdoor accessories from the ravages of inclement weather with this 50 Gal. resin deck box from Suncast. This heavy duty storage bin is molded with waterproof polypropylene and snaps together easily in minutes, creating a dry haven for garden tools, swimming pool supplies, grilling equipment, firewood and more.

  • Dimensions: 41 in. W x 22 in. D x 22 in. H
  • Constructed with durable plastic resin with brown colorant to withstand UV rays, cold, precipitation, dust and pests
  • Storage capacity equivalent to 50 Gal. or 11 cu. ft.
  • Arched lid overlaps deck-box lip to prevent moisture incursion
  • Assembles easily in minutes without tools
  • Weighs 26.5 lbs.

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What is the bottom of the chest made of? A complaint said it fell out. Is it cardboard?

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September 27, 2013
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Portland, OR
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June 24, 2016
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Not cardboard. It is made of the same plastic resin as the rest of the box only slightly harder.
As to why the bottom fell out - I can only guess that the box was not properly assembled (which is hard to get wrong as it snaps together). What most likely happened was that the box was filled with stuff and they tried picking the box up to move it.
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Seguin, Tx
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February 25, 2015
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the bottom is the same material as the rest; not cardboard. Just follow the instructions if you install it the wrong way, it will fall out, but installed correctly, works fine.
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Southern California
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April 1, 2014
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The floor of the chest is made of the same material as the sides and top, resin. I have items stacked inside the chest and the floor is solidly in place. All parts of the chest assemble with stability. Just remember it's light weight not like wood. Of course that's part of its appeal to me. The chest is easy to move, relocate and clean with a hose.
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March 5, 2014
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The bottom of the deck box is the same durable polymer material as the rest of it. If it "fell out," I'm guessing that's because the deck box was never properly put together. There are six pieces to this assembly, and they all simply snap together in minutes. If the male/female parts are corrupted in some way, they won't fit together properly. My advice would be to pull the box apart and then re-assemble Read More
The bottom of the deck box is the same durable polymer material as the rest of it. If it "fell out," I'm guessing that's because the deck box was never properly put together. There are six pieces to this assembly, and they all simply snap together in minutes. If the male/female parts are corrupted in some way, they won't fit together properly. My advice would be to pull the box apart and then re-assemble it, making certain that all of the pieces fit together well. Good luck. Read Less
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January 8, 2014
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It is all plastic, no cardboard. The bottom probably fell out as it does not really lock in that securely and does not withstand a lot of weight. Mine warped and lost it's shape as I keep in partly in the sun.
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December 11, 2013
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Not cardboard...it's a hard plastic like the rest of the box. It's very sturdy.
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October 9, 2013
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No, the bottom is made of the same resin material the entire chest is made from. I wouldn't know why it would fall out unless it wasn't properly installed because I had no issue with putting it in place and it not staying there. It was snug once in place properly.
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Connecticut, USA
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September 27, 2013
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The bottom is made of the same vinyl material as the rest of the box. I have owned it for a couple of years and have not had any trouble with it. My guess is that particular unit was not assembled properly.
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September 27, 2013
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All parts of the Suncast premium resin deck box model DB5000B are molded from a polypropylene resin plastic with colorant and UV added. The base panel, too, is of this same material, not cardboard.
Once the sides of the box are assembled properly, the bottom panel is dropped down, smooth side up, inside the four panels. It will slide to the bottom. With a firm pressure applied around the edges of the
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All parts of the Suncast premium resin deck box model DB5000B are molded from a polypropylene resin plastic with colorant and UV added. The base panel, too, is of this same material, not cardboard.
Once the sides of the box are assembled properly, the bottom panel is dropped down, smooth side up, inside the four panels. It will slide to the bottom. With a firm pressure applied around the edges of the bottom panel, it will pass over the locking tabs and rest securely on the bottom lip.
Thank you for your question and your interest in Suncast products.
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is the lid flat or rounded

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slightly rounded
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The lid is slightly rounded. I wouldn't want to put a drink on the lid. It might slide or tip over.
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December 11, 2013
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Very slightly rounded but you can sit on it.
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The lid is flat, with slightly rounded edges and comfortable to sit on. ,
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Estes Park, CO, USA
June 24, 2013
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The lid is a little rounded.
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The lid is slightly rounded. Just enough to shed water.
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May 29, 2013
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The lid is slightly curved but not too much. You can still set stuff on it. It is also honeycombed on the inside and that seems to add strength so you can sit on it too.
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May 28, 2013
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The Suncast Premium Resin Deck Box Model DB5000B has a slightly arched lid. Home Depot carries a similar Suncast Resin Deck Box Model DB5500J. It has a feature on the lid specifically for patio seating. Both of these deck boxes have 50 gallon storage capacity, are molded from durable, long lasting resin, have easy 5 minute tools-free assembly and are made in the USA.
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Will it hold the weight of two adults sitting on it?

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Rowlett, TX
May 26, 2013
I am thinking about using it for storage and sitting in a tornado shelter.
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Portland, OR
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June 24, 2016
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I'm 280 lbs and it held me without a problem. It should be fine in the shelter as a temporary seat for two. Might want a cushion or pad - the lid is 40" x 21".
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Estes Park, CO, USA
June 24, 2013
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Yes. This box will hold a lot of stuff and you can sit on it...maybe two people.
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Vienna, VA, USA
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No it won't take the weight of a child to sit on. Never mind an adult.
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Boonville, MO, USA
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I sit on mine with no problem and I'm 200+. I have not had two people on it at the same time but I don't thank it would be a problem. The box seems to be plenty strong, the lid is ribbed to make it more rigid. Hope this helps. Have a great day.
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May 29, 2013
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It has held approximately 200 pounds-that is, me plus a bunch of stuff sitting on it.
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Lewes, DE, USA
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I am over 200 lbs and I have sat on it along with some heavy things along side me.
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No
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Yes it will. it is one of the reasons we opted for this model.
Good strong support we have been very happy with it.
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Has anyone had problems with the storage chest opening in high wind conditions?

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No. I imagine really strong winds could lift the lid as there is no latch, although you could add one.
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December 11, 2013
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Yes. I just wrote a review about this....it's a great storage box but the wind gets under the lid and opens it. We are in a very windy area. My husband tucked some foam insulation under the edge of the lid so the wind wouldn't get under it and also gives it a bit more weight. So far it's been working. I use this box on our porch to receive packages and it works very well for that purpose.
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May 29, 2013
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The highest winds I have had since buying this box have only been 40 mph so far, and it didn't come open.
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Estes Park, CO, USA
April 23, 2013
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I live in a windy place but the storage chest has not had any issues with wind...or snow. I believe this is a great product...and very easy to put together.
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Funny you should ask, yes just yesterday. The storage chest actually moved a couple of inches, but I had no weight inside yet..........I think once I have somethings in it that would weigh it down it won't move......... I turned the chest around so the wind wouldn't catch it, it was fine then.
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Boonville, MO, USA
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No, I do get strong winds across my deck. They have been strong enough to relocate my trash cans and blow over plant stands but I've never had them open this storage chest. I am very pleased with this storage chest. I use it to keep my wild bird seed safe and dry.
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Eliot, ME, USA
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The lid is study and heavy enough that we have not had a problem. This is a well made box.
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Not so far.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 138 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by perfect for what we wanted This was very easy to assemble and toys stay dry outside. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great box and value This is exactly what I wanted and expected. Assembly took about five minutes. It looks great on the patio and the space inside is actually more than I expected. I'm storing misc outdoor things as I don't have a basement or garage - potting soil, some planters and pots, hand gardening tools and the like. Works great. I haven't had a hard rain, but it looks like it'll be dry enough for my needs. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So much storage! Looks great too. We purchased this for our patio as we have a hot tub in the winter, and a pool in the summer, so we need lots of storage. Even with hot tub chemicals, filters, pool filters, and miscellaneous items, we cannot fill it up! We will be shopping for a pad to put on the top, so it is a bit more comfortable to sit on, but we love it! August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk Still can't get it together it's in a pile Would never buy this product again it didn't come with instructions August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Keep expectations real. Quick and easy to assemble. Added a couple of shelves and all the outdoor gardening gear fits with room left over. I sat on it and it didn't break - 280#s. Are there any CONs? Yes. Within a month (little direct sun), the lid had warped so that the right and left edges are no longer flush to the sides. It is visually noticeable, but functionally not a problem as wind does not lift the lid and rain hasn't gotten inside. Just remember it is made of heavy duty plastic material, not wood! Keep your expectations real and you won't be disappointed. June 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality deck box, poorly designed latch for lid This is our umpteenth Suncast product purchase spread over many years (I've lost count). Suncast products are sturdy and easy to assemble. A problem with this particular deck box is that the latch design for keeping the lid closed is faulty. The lid does not close securely, and it blew open during a windy day. We have since fixed the problem with velcro. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect! Lightweight and easy to assemble! Perfect for storing chlorine buckets in...just why I needed it. Great product and blends in with the landscaping; so it is not an eyesore. May 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great box except... This is a great box. Stays dry inside and goes together easily. We bought it to accept packages on our porch when we're not at home so they're not laying out in the open and protected from the elements. It's doing a great job. The only problem is that there's no clasp to keep it closed. We live in a very windy area and the wind opens and closes the lid. My husband tucked some foam insulation up inside the edges of the lid so the wind can't get under it and also to give it a little more weight. So far this is working well. December 11, 2013
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