ShelterLogic 10' x 10' Shed-in-a-Box All Season Steel Metal Peak Roof Outdoor Storage Shed with Waterproof Cover and Heavy Duty Reusable Auger Anchors, grey

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Features

  • Durable Frame: Made from an all-steel metal 10 x 10 x 8-foot frame that is 1-3/8 inches thick
  • Made to Last: Bonded with a premium powder-coated finish that prevents chipping, peeling, rust, and corrosion
  • Waterproof Coverage: Grey cover is durable and made from an advanced triple-layer rip stop that is waterproof and UV-treated to resist fading
  • Ratchet-Tate: Cover tensioning system ensures a drum tight cover that keeps it tight and neat looking
  • Easy Slide Cross Rail System: Locks down and squares up frames for initial and continuous frame to fabric fit
  • Assembled Dimensions: 10' x 10' x 8'
  • Assembled Interior Dimensions: 9'7" x 9'9" x 8'
  • Storage Space: 98 square feet of storage for garden tools, mowers, snow blowers, snowmobiles, ATVs, pool items, and more
  • Warranty: Includes a 1 year limited manufacturer warranty
  • ShelterLock: Patented ShelterLock stabilizers ensure rock solid stability that delivers a stable, more durable shelter

Description

Style:Peak | Size:10' x 10' x 8' | Color:Gray The ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box 10 x 10-foot outdoor storage shed has a small footprint and big value when space is at a premium. Made from an all-steel metal frame that is 1-3/8 inches, the Shed-in-a-Box is tough and durable. The metal frame is bonded with a premium powder-coated finish that prevents chipping, peeling, rust, and corrosion. Patented ShelterLock stabilizers ensure rock solid stability that delivers a secure, more durable shelter. Shed-in-a-Box is designed for use in every season and can protect your equipment from sunlight, rain, tree sap, snow, wind and more. Features the Ratchet-Tite tensioning system that ensures the cover is tight and neat looking. The cover is UV-treated inside and out with added faded blockers that results in a fabric cover that withstands the elements. With a waterproof cover made from ripstop, the Shed-in-a-Box is sure to provide protection for your items. The high profile white interior provides enhanced illumination so you can easily find what you're looking for. For privacy, one accessible double zippered door panel and a back panel are included. Win back garage space with an affordable storage solution. With 98 square feet of storage space, the Shed-in-a-Box is great for storing garden tools, mowers, snow blowers, snowmobiles, ATVs, pool items, or anything you need to store out of sight. With a 1-year limited warranty, you can be confident in the quality of your purchase. Two people are recommended for assembly. Assembled Dimensions: 10' x 10' x 8' Assembled Interior Dimensions: 9'7" x 9'9" x 8' Door Width: 6'3" Door Height: 6'6" Total Storage Area: 98 sq. feet Purchase Includes: (1) Steel Frame (1) Gray Fitted Cover (1) Double Zippered Door Panel (1) Back Panel (4) 15-Inch Auger Anchors Easy Step-by-Step Instructions Win back garage space or create your own storage building with this ShelterLogic portable shed-in-a-box. The shed--which offers an ideal shelter for tools, lawnmowers, or even a tractor--is tough and weather-resistant, with a heavy- duty all-steel frame bonded with a DuPont thermoset baked-on powder-coated finish. As a result, the frame resists chipping, peeling, rust, and corrosion, helping it hold up to long-term use. The cover is just as tough thanks to the triple-layer, chemically heat-bonded ripstop polyethylene cover, which is UV- treated inside and out with fade blockers and anti-aging, anti-fungal agents. The cover helps the shed and its contents withstand heavy rains, howling winds, and all the other elements Mother Nature has in store. Finally, the shed includes a Rugged Ratchet Tite tensioning system that makes setup easy while keeping the cover tight to the frame. Other features include a solid rear panel, ratchet tie-downs, auger anchors, and steel foot plates. This E Series ShelterLogic shed measures 10 by 8 by 10 feet (W x H x D).


Product Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 96 inches


Item Weight: 88 pounds


Department: Unisex-adult


Manufacturer: ShelterLogic


Country of Origin: USA


Item model number: 70333


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


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1.0 out of 5 stars | Buy something else. Got about a year out of it. Started dry rotting. All over.
Style: Peak Size: 10' x 10' x 8' Color: Gray
I figured it cost me about $25/month to use this thing before it started dry rotting. Bought in April 2017. Within 15 months it was dry rotting. See picture. I am in Martinsville VA so not exactly a dry burning environment. If you need something along these lines do not buy this.
Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018 by Ben Carter

5.0 out of 5 stars | Excellent product - nightmare to assemble.
Style: Peak Size: 10' x 10' x 8' Color: Gray
The parts and cover of this product are precisely cut and shaped. Quality is excellent with some exceptions. I have an engineering background and I've assembled hundreds of items like this over my lifetime BUT, the assembly of this product was THE most frustrating experience I've had in many years. You need to have abundant patience because the precision is high and there's no room for error. Even though the manufacturer recommends two people to assemble I did it myself. Unless you have a partner that is intensely interested in understanding the instructions they would be minimally helpful. I would definitely not recommend doing this with your spouse - you may end up dodging flying tools. If you have a tendency toward profanity you'll need to keep children and neighbors out of earshot. I had to walk away from the process several times to cool down enough to resume. It took me about 8 hours to complete the assembly. When completed it was excellent. Would I buy it again? No. I'd definitely recommend it to someone that I find annoying, like the neighborhood know-it-all, but not to a friend. Here's some tips; (1) sort all of the bolts out by size - the length difference it not noticeable enough to dig them out of a pile. When the instructions call out a specific length it's for a good reason. The hardware count is exact - if you have any extra hardware left over you need to find out where it goes BEFORE you put on the covers. (2) Put some tape over the tubes before you slide them into the pockets - the ends of the tubes are sharp enough to cut the plastic. (3) If you can mount the frame to a floor of some type or concrete pad do it. Otherwise you'll spend a few hours of time walking around it moving legs back into position as you work. (4) Watch out for the ratcheting strap tighteners. They look like the tie-down straps on a boat trailer but they're poorly built, worse than any I've ever seen. (5) Watch the YouTube videos on assembly. UPDATE - It’s June 2018 and it’s pretty much as good as new. It would be as good as new if I hadn’t launched a chunk of aluminum angle through the side while using my chop saw. However I patched it with duct tape (which color matches exactly). I changed my mind, I will be buying another one but I’ll hire someone else to put it together.
Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2016 by OtterNo

2.0 out of 5 stars | PITA To put together, broke in a few months
Style: Peak Size: 10' x 10' x 8' Color: Gray
UPDATE: had a wind storm and it broke. Didn’t last very long. Zippers keep coming unzipped if there’s any wind. The entire frame ripped apart in the wind. It wasn’t even anything serious, just a storm. This seems like a very solid build your own shed to keep snow off of stuff this winter. The instructions, however.. they're minimal. So here's what I found after watching youtube videos: DO NOT use tools to tighten anything until you're basically done, because at some point in the last steps they make you TAKE HALF OF THE THING APART, because they hate you. So when you're putting the tarp on the ends, tie the ends of the ropes to some giant object, otherwise you're going to have to tie the end that popped out onto a wrench and thread it through when you accidentally pull on the other side and the rope comes out You're going to undo the middle top portion and the two outside portions, slide the the tarp on, reattach the top and outside portions, and then sort of just roll it over and fold the edges while someone else undoes the knot and takes the giant object off the end, attaches the metal ratchet thing (whatever it's called), and starts to ratchet it. It's going to make the edges fold over as you tighten the ratchet. This isn't super self explanatory because the instructions are like "it just magically folds over and stays!" Also, the stakes are a PITA and that metal rope they give you to tie to the stakes? Didn't stay. I hand tightened it as much as I possibly could, and came out the next morning to my shed in a different spot in my yard. Glad it didn't blow away, I'd have been pissed. Fix the instructions, for the love of cheese. You've got words on some parts - just explain what the heck is going on in the stupid pictures for those of us who don't build sheds on the daily.
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2018 by Mama Bear Bethay

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