Harcostar child safe water butt 168 litre

168 litres (37 gal) £49.99 £38.99 Buy
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An excellent water butt that holds up to 168 litres (37gal) of water and comes complete with tap and a child safety lid. The water butt measures 790mm high by 580mm diameter.

At the back of the water butt, about 5cm (2in) from the top, there is a hole for a rain trap connection pipe.

There is also a hole at the bottom on this particular model, just below the tap which allows the tap to be moved to different positions depending whether or not it is on a stand or on the ground. All holes come with plugs so will not leak if not is use.

This water butt comes with a 5-year manufacturer's warranty.

Please note the image shows water butt with stand and rain trap however all are available seperately. Other available accessories are listed below:


Overflow kit

Stand to fit this 168 litre water butt

Linking kit For Harcostar water butts

Longer length of connector hose

Fast flow tap

Hose fit replacement tap

Harcostar universal rain trap

Harcostar universal rain trap

For collecting water from downpipes

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Harcostar water butt stand

Harcostar water butt stand

Fits the 227, 168, 114, 230 litre and the 220 litre budget butt

£23.99 Buy

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Biological Treatment for Rain Water

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