- Restricts oxygen to quickly extinguish burning butts
- Top removes easily to empty
- FM Approved and Made in the USA
- Galvanized Steel w/poly tube - Yellow
- Indoor or outdoor use
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Eagle 1205 Galvanized Steel Poly Tube Cigarette Butt Receptacle, 5 Gallon Capacity
|Price:||$41.13 - $125.92|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
|Number of Items||1|
|Item Weight||7 pounds|
|Overall Height||40 inches|
|Overall Width||12 inches|
|Reservoir Capacity||5 gallons|
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Top Customer Reviews
In other words, the base is metal, and the tube is plastic. I was hoping for something completely metal.
Also, I wanted something that looked darker, like an iron color, but they didn't have one, so I ordered the yellow and spray-painted it.
And to address an issue another reviewer had, mine did not come with a dent in it, and the tube does not wobble. It is fine.
Highly recommended for open areas plus fire proof.
Value for money
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived on time in perfect condition....a few small pieces of plastic flashing in the hole where you place the butts....took 5 seconds to fix, still five stars.Published 1 month ago by Tom Baillie
Bought this for outside our business. Awesome product for keeping the entrance clear of cig. butts!Published 2 months ago by Abby G.
We got this for all of our buildings that hold several offices... as one can assume, there is always a couple of people that go for the coffee break cigarette... Read morePublished 3 months ago by CNavarro
I got these for the Eagles # 526 in Kalamazoo They are nicely painted and printed. The
Eagles name was a plus and they have preformed well. Read more
Bought this to put outside the office, and havent regretted it for a moment! People automatically drop their cagarette butts in prior to entering office, and outside area doesnt... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I drilled a hole in the side of the metal can and placed in Eye-Bolt allowing me to wire this thing to my fence with Tension Wire. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John
Works perfectly for my purposes. Not that elegant, but you have to pay a lot of money for that.Published 4 months ago by Paul C