ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box

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Style: Peak


Size: 12' x 12' x 8'


Color: Green


Features

  • Durable Frame: Made from an all-steel metal 12 x 12 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: 12' x 12' x 8'
  • Assembled Interior Dimensions: 12' x 11'9" x 7'11"
  • Storage Space: 148 square feet of storage for garden tools, mowers, snow blowers, snowmobiles, ATVs, pool items, and more
  • Warranty: Includes a 1 year limited manufacturer warranty
  • Shelter Lock: Patented Shelter Lock stabilizers ensure rock solid stability that delivers a stable, more durable shelter

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎51.4 x 21 x 8.5 inches


Package Weight: ‎52.16 Kilograms


Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎144 x 144 x 96 inches


Item Weight: ‎115 Pounds


Brand Name: ‎ShelterLogic


Warranty Description: ‎1 year limited


Model Name: ‎All Season Steel Metal Peak Roof Outdoor Storage Shed with Waterproof Cover and Heavy Duty


Color: ‎Green


Material: ‎Alloy Steel


Suggested Users: ‎Unisex-adult


Number of Items: ‎1


Manufacturer: ‎ShelterLogic


Part Number: ‎70443


Style: ‎Peak


Included Components: ‎(1) Steel Frame(1) Gray Fitted Cover(1) Double Zippered Door Panel(1) Back Panel(4) 15-Inch Auger AnchorsEasy Step-by-Step Instructions


Size: ‎12' x 12' x 8'


Sport Type: ‎Camping & Hiking


Date First Available: November 1, 2000


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Top Amazon Reviews


  • So Far, So Good!
Style: Peak Size: 6' x 6' x 6' Color: Gray
I'll try to keep this as short as possible. This "Shed-In-A-Box" is a great deal in my opinion. I needed a place to store a couple of pieces of equipment (stump grinder, field trimmer, chainsaw) that I only use out at my 11 acre wooded property. I looked at plastic sheds and couldn't justify that money for some plastic, and a well built portable building was out of my budget. Then I found this shed from ShelterLogic. Setup was easy. I read some reviews about the frame falling apart while putting it together, but keep in mind that people who have absolutely no mechanical ability are trying to put this shed together. Common sense isn't common. These are people who don't know the difference between a set of vice grips and a crescent wrench. If you're one of these people, use some duct tape on the joints where the poles connect. For everyone else who has common sense and a shred of mechanical ability, press on with pride. It took me about 3 hours to put together. However, I was by myself out in the middle of the woods and had a cooler full of adult beverages for hydration. I took my time, took lots of breaks to hydrate, and I found that if you can read and decipher a picture, putting this thing together is a cakewalk. The shed has been up for a week, and 95% of that week it's been raining and stormy. I drove out to my property to check the shed and it was solid. No leaks at all, and it wasn't even fazed by the strong winds. I recommend throwing down some pavers as a floor. I used 32 12"x12" pavers from Lowes at a cost of $1.58 each. I didn't even level them, I literally just took them from my truck and threw them on the ground inside the shed. I didn't care about leveling, I only care about function. Cheap, weatherproof, and durable. What more do you want? ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2021 by SLAPSH0T SLAPSH0T

  • Held together with hopes and dreams
Style: Peak Size: 6' x 6' x 6' Color: Gray
First thing I noticed is that this unit doesn't have any hardware to hold the pieces together, aside from four places ar the bottom. It was very challenging to put together (even with 2 people) because it falls apart whenever you try to move it. I had hoped that once the cover was on and the straps were tightened that it would stay together better - nope. The tension required to hold this together is more than what the cover can handle; I was tearing the cover by tightening the ratchets and it still wasn't enough to keep it from coming apart in high winds. The cable ties and nuts meant to secure the unit to the augers didn't work. During a good stiff breeze one day the cable slipped through the nut and the entire thing upended. I fixed it by tying the unit to the augers with baling string. I don't know what happened, maybe more wind? The poles that slide through the bottom of the cover disconnected and separated, so the feet where the ratchets attach to keep the cover tight spun, releasing the tension on the cover and I got to watch as the entire thing just collapsed and the only thing left standing were the poles tied to the augers. Add this to the planned obsolescence- shelter logic is fully aware that their covers wear out within a few years so instead of improving the product they have a replacement cover "program" that for 50-70% of a new unit you can buy a new cover - and this unit is not worth what you pay. Get a larger one that comes with the hardware that it won't fall apart if you look at it funny. The photo is of what happens in the wind. The ratchet straps pop off and then nothing is holding the bottom half together so it all comes apart. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2019 by KateCME KateCME

  • A good, cheap alternative to a pricier permanent shed!
Style: Peak Size: 6' x 6' x 6' Color: Gray
This is the second one I've bought so, I obviously like them. A couple tips for those that read the reviews: 1. If you live in a climate that's stormy or messy (like upstate NY) buy a tarp large enough (12x12 is good) to go over the top and bungee cord it to add some thickness to the existing tarp. The one it comes with isn't the thickest and you'll be lucky if it lasts the first winter. On the other hand, the metal pipes are super strong and my first one is still going strong after 7 years and all I do is add a new tarp almost every year (cheaper alternative than buying a new cover). It's survived horrible winter storms and rain storms and 50mph gusts. 2. If you follow the directions exactly, when you get to the point where all the bars are together, but, haven't yet secured or staked it, wrap a rope around the whole outside to keep it together or else you'll be putting it all together again multiple times, while swearing and feeling like quitting (eye roll) Otherwise it's pretty easy to put it together compared to the first time I did one. I needed help the first time....this time I did it myself. Or just have an extra person there to hold everything together while you're stabilizing it and staking it down. 3. This tip is important....read the reviews, as there's a lot of good advice there for everyone and then when you're done, celebrate with a huge glass of wine (or beer!) Good luck! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2019 by TriedALot

  • Huge disappointment in the long run
Style: Peak Size: 6' x 10' x 6' Color: Gray
BUYER BEWARE: Disappointment abounds for this product and this company. I think you will find all of the positive reviews are posted right after purchase and set up not 9 to 12 months after the purchase. I bought the 6 x 10 Shelter-Logic "Shed in a box" to have a place to park our golf cart when not in use. At six months I began to notice thin spots near or at the top where the plastic was was pulled the tightest. By a year, those stretch marks were full holes and over the next few months the whole thing just fell apart (see pictures). I called Shelter Logic to see if there was any warranty left and what they might be able to do and they never answered the phone. I tried for several days at different time times and I never reached someone live. I finally found an email address that worked to get to customer service and had a multiple day discussion with Patricia. Patricia knew the scripts just fine but when it came to doing anything to help me, they never could do anything more than a 15% discount on a replacement cover. So, in the end I can just say this is a great idea, but poor product quality and horrendous customer service tells will put them out of business in the long run. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2017 by Mike In Georgia Mike In Georgia

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