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    Outdoor storage unit

    If this is in the wrong place please move. I have been looking for an outdoor storage unit to hold my floats and pool toys. What is a good size to get?

    I have been looking at this one and it seems to be a pretty good deal and pretty large.

    http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?lan ... 4294816522

    Lifetime 130 gallon box or 16.4 cubic feet.

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    Re: Outdoor storage unit

    That will probably work.

    We have two of these. One big one for floats and toys and then one smaller one for pool chemicals. They are tough as nails and lockable.

    http://www.amazon.com/Rubbermaid-5F22-L ... B000FBKUTA
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    Re: Outdoor storage unit

    I thought about this one as it includes the lock I think from what I have read, but smaller.

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1260 ... oAvailable
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    Re: Outdoor storage unit

    Yes, any of those should work fine. If you have those flat foam floats that don't need airing up, you can do what we do and just roll them up like a sleeping bag and then put a bungee cord around them to store them in the box. We can fit four of them in there that way and still have room on the other side for other stuff.
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