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Rubbermaid Deck Box with Seat, Extra Large, 120 Gal., 16 cu. ft., Olive Steel (5E39)
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- Durable, weather-resistant deck box offers both storage and seating
- Double-walled construction provides stable seating and protection for stored items
- Tough resin material will not rot, leak, rust, or dent
- Storage capacity of 16 cubic feet for grill tools, outdoor gear, and garden equipment
- Designed for quick and easy assembly
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For nearly 80 years, the Rubbermaid brand has represented innovative, high-quality products that help simplify life. Today, Rubbermaid products can be found almost everywhere including mass retail, hardware and home center stores, warehouse clubs, supermarkets, drug stores, department stores and specialty stores. Newell Rubbermaid Inc. is committed to ensuring that the Rubbermaid brand continues to stand for durable, innovative products that help simplify the lives.
Rubbermaid Plastic XL Deck Box with Seat
Large storage for outdoor items
With 16 cubic feet of storage capacity, this versatile bench is perfect for anything you need to have at hand on your deck or patio.
All-in-one-unit combines the best of an outdoor storage box with a functional patio bench.
Durable double-wall construction resists leaks, dents, and moisture.
- Double-wall construction for added strength
- Comfortably seats 3 adults
- Easy-access lid keeps needed items always on-hand.
- Easily assembled with common household tools
XL Deck Box with Seat Features and Benefits
Keep Everything You Need Right Where You Need It
Enough space to keep those items that just don’t fit anywhere else tucked away until they are needed.
Functional Seating For Up To 3 Adults
Provides comfortable seating for up to 3 adults and can function as a serving table.
Protects stored items from moisture, inclement weather and sun-damage. Made from weather resistant plastic, this shed won’t rot or rust like metal or wood patio storage boxes.
|Rubbermaid Plastic XL Deck Box with Seat, 16-Cubic Feet, 1826714||Rubbermaid Plastic Large Deck Box with Seat, 12-Cubic Feet, 1826713||Rubbermaid Plastic Medium Deck Box with Seat, 10-Cubic Feet, 1826712|
|Ext. Dimensions (Assembled)||32”H x 60”W x 24”D||25”H x 56”W x 24”D||24”H x 42”W x 24”D|
|Seats||3 Adults||2 Adults||2 Adults|
|Lockable (lock not included)||✓||✓||✓|
|Leak, dent and rot resistant||✓||✓||✓|
|Best for||Patio furniture cushions and garden and lawn supplies||Patio accessories, pool supplies, and garden and lawn equipment||Patio accessories, grilling and small lawn supplies|
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This item Rubbermaid Deck Box with Seat, Extra Large, 120 Gal., 16 cu. ft., Olive Steel (5E39)
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|Item Dimensions||25.7 x 60 x 27.6 in||28.5 x 61 x 25.3 in||25.5 x 50.8 x 25.5 in||24 x 60 x 26.5 in||21 x 56.2 x 24 in||25.9 x 61.5 x 8.3 in|
|Size||Extra Large||150 Gallon||99 Gallon||60 in.||103-gallon||—|
Increase your outdoor storage space and your seating capacity with the durable Rubbermaid Deck Box. Double-walled construction gives this box the strength and stability to sit on comfortably, while 16 cubic feet of interior storage space provides plenty of room to secure your grill tools, garden gear, and seat cushions in one lockable unit (lock not included). Built from resin that will not rot, rust, or dent, this easy-to-assemble box with seat is a dependable and maintenance-free addition to any deck.
Top customer reviews
So when the package arrived there were six sturdy pieces of molded plastic and a small plastic bag with 4 screws and two plastic strips, and of course a sheet of directions. Now being red blooded american male of course I did not read the directions and attempted to assemble the box with my wife. You can say I think I hit every negative aspect of this box that was written in the reviews. However, my underlying thought was nobody would sell something as stupid as this! So I began inspecting each piece and the first thing we realized is the sides were not lined up right. They do not "pop" into the front and back they are put into the wide part of a slot and then slid down into the narrow slot area which "locks" them into the front and back of the box. So we connect the front, back and each side and put it on the bottom of the box. It lined up right but it was not sturdy and as soon as you moved anything the sides would slide up and out of the slots.
Again we looked at the box and then I noticed on the bottom inside it said "This Side Down", DOH! So we flipped the bottom over and lined up the sides again and it would still fall apart. So I looked at the tabs on the bottom of the sides, front and back and it was clear that they were not "locking" into the base. Now I am thinking is this a bad design? Who ships out a plastic molded product where the parts don't lock? Ok, I guess it is time to read the directions to see if I am missing anything... That is where I found that you are supposed to take a block of wood, hammer and screw driver and punch out the tabs that are keeping the box from locking together. Huh? They injection mold this product using a mold that requires purchasers to slam the plastic with a hammer and screwdriver?
Well I have hit enough plastic in my life with a hammer to know that a hammer will crack, damage or shatter a piece of plastic if you miss your target (i.e. the screwdriver) and hit the plastic. So instead I got my utility knife and put the blade in the thin part of the plastic between the tab and bottom frame piece. If you hold the bottom up to the sun you can actually see where the sunlight brightens the thin plastic. So I cut out all the tabs, which was actually very easy, and then tried assembling again. Every single tab "snapped" into place and the box was very sturdy and did not come apart no matter how we moved it, slid it or even flipped it upside down. We were pleased with this.
Next came the lid. This had molded hinges with a pin that needed to slide through the molded hindge in the base unit to connect the lid to the base. It was actually quite simple. When the lid closed there was a small snap, not a sound snap but more like you could feel it snap. It was very sturdy and my wife, daughter and I all sat on the bench and it held together just fine.
The way it is manufactured it is NOT water proof, if you submerge it, water will get in. It is water resistant and water will not enter the box from rain, pool splashing or a hose. It is intended to let the water run off the box and not into the box. We had heavy rain a couple of days and when we opened the box the contents did not get wet from the rain.
So my final review of this product is 5 stars because it does everything it claims to do and all of the negative aspects reported are a result of user error (my opinion of course) because if everyone assembles it the way I did you will not need liquid nails, it will not fall apart and it will be water resistant.
One final note, mine did NOT come with the dividers or lid net. I was told by Amazon that according to their fulfillment center it was supposed to come with them. They were going to send me a new one but I would have had to somehow take apart the box I had to return it and I do not believe I could do that without damaging it so I just kept it and they sent me a partial refund to buy the net and dividers separately. Very pleased with the product and Amazon.
Update: I just called them and they say they sent me an email on 10/26/15 and another on 11/09/15. I never received either. They said their emails possibly went to my spam folder. I just checked my spam folder, and there is nothing there. I am going to send them the information they requested over the phone, and hope to get this resolved.
It was easy to assemble using the instructions and goes together quite quickly.
It is large enough to store a significant number of items.
It provides a hole to use a locking mechanism
It seems to be heavy duty and quite stable.
Why, you may ask, was I stuffing an oversized cushion into it? Well, I have rectangular patio cushions that I had carefully measured to fit inside this box. The problem is that it is NOT a rectangular box. It tapers just slightly from the center towards the sides. Be aware of this if measurements matter-- the interior width is given for its widest point. So, while my cushions fit centrally, they did not fit at the edges, and as I tried to squish them in there, the box panels popped apart repeatedly. Unfortunately, I cannot use this box for the carefully measured use for which it was intended. Bummer.