Model # WRDB9922

Internet #203104425

Suncast Cedar and Resin Hybrid 120 Gal. Deck Box with Seat

Discontinued Suncast

Cedar and Resin Hybrid 120 Gal. Deck Box with Seat

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Product Overview

Naturally beautiful and decay-resistant timber forms the walls of this large-capacity Cedar and Resin Hybrid Deck Box with Seat from Suncast. For those seeking style and sophistication in a patio storage bin, look no further than this aesthetically pleasing wood and plastic combo. The cedar panels can be painted or stained in a tone befitting your outdoor decor or they can be left untouched to weather naturally; either way, this deck box is designed to protect contents against harsh elements, including the fiercest downpours. It offers a generous 120 Gal. storage area covered by a lockable resin lid that doubles as a sturdy seating option when guests outnumber chairs.

  • Dimensions: 54-1/2 in. W x 27-1/2 in. D x 27-1/2 in. H
  • Natural cedar pieces are pre-cut and pre-drilled for easy assembly ready to paint, stain or seal
  • Capacity equivalent to 120 Gal. or 16 cu. ft.
  • Includes all hardware needed for assembly
  • Waterproof resin lid raises and lowers without slamming courtesy of 2 gas shocks
  • Outfitted with front-mounted clasp for locking down (lock sold separately)
  • Sturdy resin floor is rot-resistant

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Customer Questions & Answers

Are you able to lock it?

Asked by: Anonymous
The lid has tabs to lock the box with a padlock. It is part of the plastic molded top, so it would be easier to saw through than metal, if someone was really determined to get into it.
Answered by: greatscott
Date published: 2016-06-04

how does it hold up in the rain

Asked by: peppy
Ours has been through several mountain rainstorms and the stored cushions have remained dry. One caveat: If water has pooled on the lid, wipe it off prior to opening the lid. Water may drip in and wet the stored contents that way. A minor issue.
Answered by: Richard
Date published: 2016-05-28

Durable in winter

Is this something I could leave out in the Wisconsin winters?
Asked by: djmelmom
I assume so. We constructed it in winter to store parts for our sons' trampoline in it and immediately placed it in our garden shed. The lid and bottom are made of resin so I would not recommend dropping it or dropping or placing anything really heavy on it in winter since that could result in shatter or cracking.
Answered by: RSG
Date published: 2016-02-10

Comforter & blanket storage? (Inside)

Moved recently and do not have enough room for bulky comforters, blankets, duvet covers, etc... The bedrooms are very large and the deck box will fit nicely. If anyone can take a guess at how many comforters (queen size) would fit inside, would certainly appreciate that. Most large wood trunks are simply too heavy and costly, so considering this as an alternative. Also like the seat and can make a cushion for the top to match the room.
Asked by: Sparrow
The box is big. It would easily take up the foot of a queen sized bed. I'd guess it would hold 10 comforters or more, depending on how thick they are. If you store them in vacuum bags, you could probably fit more. The sides of the box are wood, and would look nice indoors. The top is molded plastic, and definitely has an outdoor look. If you make a custom cushion, that might help it fit into your bedroom decor. Since it is made of cedar, an added bonus is keeping moths away.
Answered by: greatscott
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

Cedar and Resin Hybrid 120 Gal. Deck Box with Seat is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 51.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Some TLC makes this worth it This was something we wanted to keep our patio "stuff" in, and mostly out of sight. We also thought that the seat would be pretty nice. Preassembly In addition to the box I left the Depot with a quart of BEHR Premium Natural Tone Cedar Premium Transparent Weatherproofing Wood Finish and a house brand paint brush. I already had some 80 grit sandpaper at might want to pick some up while at the store. Sanding helped to get some of the "factory marks" and splinters out of the wood. I wouldn't say this is a required step, but the stain will soak in better this way and it’s noticeable at the end. So once I got everything home and unboxed it was time to sand. I only sanded the outside. After sanding make sure to clear away the dust with compressed air or other method. I put three coats on the outside and one on the inside. The wait time between coats was about one hour. The inside coat may protect it a little, but for me it completes the look mostly. I would wait a few extra hours before assembly since handling the pieces may mess up the finished lines. Yes, there are lines, always with the grain people. Assembly Though not required I would recommend using your electric drill if you have one…and even better if you have a deep socket attachment. Take your time on this…there are pre-drilled holes in both pieces to guide screws. Getting the box together took some time, but it was quite sturdy at the end. Next attaching the resin pieces was a bit of a challenge. You might have to break out your rubber mallet a few times…I did. Toward the end of the build you may need a helper since the lid is a bit bulky to hold onto and install at the same time. After that it’s cake. One plus that I didn’t know when I bought this…it has shocks so that when you open it up it will stay open at about 60 degrees or so. 4 stars because of assembly time. Other than that I'm pleased with price/quality.
Date published: 2012-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME DECK BOX This is a very nice deck box. I bought 2 to go on my deck above the pool. I was looking for a nice box, and I looked at every deck box on the market. This is the most expensive box I found, but by far the nicest. I have several boxes around the pool, and this box is much sturdier. It has a thin layer of sealer on the cedar, and I will put more on eventually to protect the wood. Takes a little more time than normal rubber boxes to set up, but no big deal. Highly recommended!!
Date published: 2012-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very nice product This deck box is exactly what I have been looking for, a rather large, well made box with wood and composite seat/lid, frame for seat, and bottom. It was easy to assemble, only 1 screw split the wood at the very top, but the instructions are clear, go slowly and if the wood splits, back it out. The seat lid frame covered over the small area and actually reinforced where the small split had occurred. I stained it with gunstock colored stain from Cabot, easily applied and gave it a beautiful redwood like color, then 2 coats of satin polyurethane that gives it the protection from moisture I need, living in S Fla, even though it is on a screen porch. Plenty of storage space. And with the sale price and free shipping that was available, it made it affordable as well, would purchase another if same opportunity occurs. 5 stars....
Date published: 2011-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Step Above Plastic My wife would not have liked the look of a plastic outdoor storage box, so I was very excited when I came across this one for under $200.00. It has already been through several Catskill Mountain rainstorms and the stored cushions have stayed dry. I put it together in a few hours but here is a very important tip: Stain it BEFORE assembly. That way all the wood surfaces will be treated. And you won't get any stain on the plastic components. I used the same stain as on our cabin so it matches beautifully. Anyone can assemble this. Just lay everything out and be methodical. That is the key to assembling any product. Double check each step and stay organized.
Date published: 2014-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product - Got it on sale but would pay full price... I bought this deck box to store tack/supplies for my horses in the barn. My husband put it together and he said it was easy to do but it did take some time. I love my new "trunk", it's a definite step-up from the molded plastic alternatives. I love the smell of cedar and the wood frame gives it strength (it doubles as a VERY sturdy bench) and a great presentation. It's a great size providing lots of storage and since the lid fits so well I am optimistic that it will keep my tack in great condition. I would highly recommend this product. Look for free shipping options.
Date published: 2012-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding value, lots of storage space Before assembly, I stained the cedar with a light green exterior deck stain inside & out that lets the wood grain show through. Also left plenty of time so I didn't mess things up by rushing or taking shortcuts. One or two very minor glitches during assembly (screws too close to each other), but this didn't cause damage that shows or weakens the structure. It should last a long time, looks much more expensive, and was worth the effort.
Date published: 2012-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product was as advertised This product was easy to stain to match the siding of our home. After reading some of the reviews I was afraid it would be difficult to assemble. But almost all the screws lined up, and it does help to have a second person to help hold the parts together. Over all we are very satisfied with the product and would recommend it to anyone wanting a classy looking storage box.
Date published: 2012-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the look and hybrid material design Just finished assembling this deck box. I took the suggestion of WRUFF in using a red cedar look stain/urethane protection. I used Minwax PolyShades Natural Cherry Satin which stains and protects. I used a fine sandpaper on all the wooden parts before applying any stain. I stained the wood (2 coats) before assembling the box which made the finished product much neater with no chance of getting stain where you don't want it. I left the inside unstained to give it the beautiful cedar smell which should also limit and bugs etc. damaging my patio cushions. The parts fit together extremely well with all the holes matching up very well too. Initial impressions are that it there is little to no chance even small insects can get inside the box - there really are no cracks or poorly fitting joints. The plastic base, top and top ring give the protection where it's needed with the cedar providing the good looks. I'm confident that this box will last well and due to the additional protection from the stain should still look great for years to come. I'd definitely recommend this deck box.
Date published: 2013-09-22
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