Best outdoor storage products according to redditors

We found 134 Reddit comments discussing the best outdoor storage products. We ranked the 60 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Outdoor storage benches
Deck boxes

Top Reddit comments about Outdoor Storage:

u/CarpeNivem · 53 pointsr/TinyHouses
u/9462353 · 24 pointsr/amazonreviews

Allwood Eagle Vista | 1336 SQF Cabin Kit

This appears to be it. Must say the reviews seem reliable.

u/stuckandrunningfrom · 24 pointsr/blogsnark

It's always weird to me when people don't like the OT threads. Then I realize they probably don't know about the "hide" option under each thread that makes the OT (or whatever threads you aren't interested in) disappear! And blocking users whose posts really bother me makes Blogsnark more enjoyable, too.

Like someone else said, the OT has been wonderful at stressful times in my life when talking to strangers was what I needed.

Win: It's sunny today! And my assistant is back from vacation.

Also: Amazon sells garden house kits!

u/lost-cat · 23 pointsr/INEEEEDIT

wtf you can buy homes on amazon.. I lIke that site

u/kittylover3000 · 19 pointsr/SubredditDrama

> I guess I might have to live out of a tent for a while

Guess again!

u/Isekai_litrpg · 17 pointsr/WouldYouRather

My depression is screaming to take the first option, but I know that everyone else seems to think that is a bad thing to stay away from the scary world outside. first I'lk buy this then I'll buy this kit then I'll see if I can find contractors willing to tear down my old home and build this new one in exchange for goods and Amazon gift cards or just buy millions of dollars in prepaid visa cards. I'll have them rig the house with solar power and a rain water collection, purification, and heating system. The one issue might be that I might have to move to get food delivered beyond the pizza, sandwiches, and Chinese food in my area.

u/AeroRandy · 12 pointsr/nottheonion
u/BadConductor · 11 pointsr/IASIP
u/phythefae · 9 pointsr/amazonreviews

According to another review it's perfect size for 6 cats, 2 mini horses and 1 human

u/scd · 7 pointsr/Netrunner

Two suggestions:

Since you just started playing, the UltraPro Tower is great to just store two decks and some tokens. Comes in a ton of colors, is very durable, and holds what you need. The best for the price (around $10):

If you're wanting to bring multiple decks to casual play nights or similar events, you might want to consider investing in something that will let you bring multiple Corp and Runner decks. I like the Ultimate Guard Twin Flip n' Tray:

Comes in multiple colors, the magnetic latches are strong, and is a great way to carry four decks (or five, since I take out the token tray and slip in another deck).


The Quiver. I've filled my Quiver up with upwards of 8 constructed decks and a bunch of extras. It holds my cube at the moment, but is a great case if you find yourself wanting to bring lots of cards anywhere:

u/bagelfanatic · 6 pointsr/ProductPorn

They start at $300.


u/MagnumNopus · 5 pointsr/Netrunner

Ultra Pro Satin Tower

Fits 2 sleeved decks and has a compartment on the bottom for tokens/dice/etc.

It isn't "one box per deck" but for going to a tourney it's the only box you'll need to carry

u/da_chicken · 4 pointsr/pics

You can do that today. I mean, it's 3rd party, but it's there.

u/careago_ · 4 pointsr/Seattle

And you can buy homes for 8k off Amazon, another Seattle Company.

Honestly, I'd do it. I'll buy some cheap land right by a highway and do it.

u/d_green1201 · 3 pointsr/h3h3productions

At the beginning of the video when Ethan says, "Hila, did you know you know you could use the Alexa to order shit?" my Echo picked up what he said. My Alexa misheard "shit" for "shed", and tried to order this shed off of Amazon:

Fortunately, I had to confirm the purchase before it went through. Well played, Papa Ethan.

u/GetIn-TheVan · 3 pointsr/Futurology
u/Gyroscope13 · 3 pointsr/swdestiny

I use Ultra Pro Tower deck boxes for most of my decks. The tray at the bottom is perfect for tokens + character dice.

u/Sether2121 · 3 pointsr/yugioh

Ultra Pro Satin Towers are pretty good. Reasonably fit 40 main, 15 double sleeved extra, 15 side, and another 40 card deck.

I've been using it for a while and it's held through being tossed around in my trunk.

u/trent_clinton · 3 pointsr/news

You should read the reviews on this one


" Got this for my inlaws, we toss them both in here when they decide to come visit, takes our made about 10 minutes to clean up after they leave, if someone needs to use the restroom at same time they can just open the door and go outside in beautiful mother nature. If they make us made we just pull the extension cord out of the side of our house and leave them in the dark for a couple hours until the apologize. Its great, we may buy another for our kids. "

u/TheYellowTea · 3 pointsr/Netrunner

I use this and highly recommend it:

Ultra Pro Satin Tower

It easily holds 2 sleeved decks and has a compartment at the bottom for your tokens.

u/InvariantName · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

Wal-Mart really doesn't have much of anything. They have really weak Ultra pro boxes, and some plastic storage cubes that'll fall right open. Your best bet is took look at Ultra Pro Satin Towers, and Ultimate Guard Boulder Deck Cases online if you want the best of the best. The Professor over at Tolarian Community College on YouTube does a fantastoc job at grading deck boxes if you don't know what to get.

Prof. also has a video on everyday items that you could use to hold cards. Check that out here if that's more your style.

Lastly he also has multiple videos that review binders that you can check out right here.

u/DeBlackKnight · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Allwood Eagle Vista | 1336 SQF Cabin Kit

I had to go take a look because I didn't k ow this was a thing and thought it was great.

u/DisUserNameChexOut · 2 pointsr/ofcoursethatsathing
u/StreetRat0524 · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

There are plenty of other products out there that accomplish the same, for example, this may be more the size you need.

u/Smithka7 · 2 pointsr/swdestiny

I can fit one deck and assorted dice in this tower, its great. Bottom detaches to put 9 dice in, and then dice can fit up top with the cards as well.

u/Madnapali · 2 pointsr/swdestiny

The Ultra Pro Tower is probably what you're looking for.

The Ultra Pro M2 or the Ultimate Guard Flip are also a good option. If you have 12 or less dice and don't mind having your tokens separate, you can use a cheapy plastic deck box.

u/Misanthrope_penguin · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

No, you can actually buy home building kits on Amazon. Go take a look.

Edit, updated with a link.
Allwood Eagle Vista | 1336 SQF Cabin Kit

u/mroberts092 · 2 pointsr/randomactsofamazon

I love mtg and have been playing since Theros. I'd love if I got this deckbox. I play stadard modern and commander as of right now and am looking to expand into more commander decks. I usually run a gruul deck or red green deck and have one in every format. I'm not excited about any one card in Oath but I am more excited to see the two headed giant synergy of the cards.

u/Getalifenliveit · 2 pointsr/Art

Allwood Claudia | 209 SQF Cabin Kit, Garden House

The review made me lol

u/CarpalTunnelVision · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

4. I want to gift this to InThisHouse19 because she loves Sailor Moon and I want to help her complete her collection!
9. Because there’s fencing, fighting, torture, true love, murder, pirates, a giant, and a happy ending
10. because eventually ammo will run out.

u/DoctorOtaku · 2 pointsr/yugioh

Is this the deck box you’re talking about?

Also. I know double sleeves aren’t legal. But I don’t really plan to play in tournaments. If you are gonna play on a competitive level then it’s a little odd that you ask to how to clean sleeves. Just spend a few dollars on new sleeves man.

If cost is such an issue I recommend these. They’re cheap and sturdy. And they aren’t matted in the front so you’ll see the holos.

Ultra Pro Card Sleeves, Black, 180 Count

u/Belgian_Rofl · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

No prime shipping, but you can just pick one up off of Amazon.

u/GamerLucif · 2 pointsr/EDH

Satin Towers -- Here

Legion (assuming not double sleeved) -- Here

Monolith -- Here

Ultimate Guard Leather (assuming not double sleeved) -- Here

u/BlatantPies · 2 pointsr/funny

Could try an Allwood Eagle Point. It's a kit house, and you'll still need some workers (or capable friends) for at least a few days.

Plus, you know, somewhere to put the thing.

u/firsttimeburner · 2 pointsr/BurningMan

If it helps, this is the carport we ordered

u/ladybrowncoat · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I could live in this fancy shed.

This bag had better be full of gold for that price.

I like this fancy cutting board.

Over 10K? Fancy!

u/Lovehat · 2 pointsr/pics

this one is pretty sweet

u/LevelReward · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind
u/Blind_at_Sea · 1 pointr/teslamotors

Definitely not the best solution but I bought this:

It keeps the car completely dry. Not sure how well something like this would hold up to those Chicago winds. I have it temporarily anchored down with about 300lbs in concrete buckets while I build a driveway. It’s held up to 20mph gusts but I pull my car out before any major storms just in case.

u/swskeptic · 1 pointr/EDH

He's talking about something like this. While still only $11 they are much nicer, sturdier, and have more room than the $3 boxes.

u/Tabled333 · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

I'd go with grass pavers. They are cheap and look good. You can find them on amazon

u/MrDelirious · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I use the bottom compartment of one of these to store these. I like those dice because they're a little bigger than average and easier to see. There's room in the compartment for 3 D20s, but those are all in my Thromok EDH deck, where the D6's didn't cut it.

u/Jone19702 · 1 pointr/DIY

It is so much cheaper online. I found this one on Amazon for $40/12ft:

u/DarthOctane · 1 pointr/pelletgrills

maybe something like this?

my rectec lives in a craftsman resin 4x8 shed and has worked beautifully in it for years. I have propped open the doors and put a big piece of cardboard over it for an awning in the rain as the 4 feet part is depth. This winter it is moving into it's big brother smoke house I am almost done building.

u/lespaulstrat2 · 1 pointr/DIY

You should look into just buying something like this

Probably costs less than building your own.

u/arizona-lad · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

A permeable paver system may work for you. It allows you to grow grass, etc. while allowing a good base to walk or drive on:

u/overdriveftw · 1 pointr/pkmntcg

Definitely recommend ultra pro towers

u/Egleu · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

One possible solution for the lawn that's an occasion parking spot is to put drainage/support in and put sod over or plant new grass. Like this.

u/alakazam318 · 1 pointr/DBS_CardGame

Do you know if the minis would work/fit in this deck box?

u/jesterxgirl · 1 pointr/LifeProTips
u/blueandroid · 1 pointr/pics
u/TabbyCaterpillar · 1 pointr/DIY

What should I use to secure this plastic storage bin to the sidewalk in front of my house?

My goal is to have it secured so it won't blow away in a storm, and also keep someone from walking off with it since I live in a city where people do steal things from in front of your house.

I would also like to put two flower pots next to it and I have two large plastic flower pots to use. They are not very heavy so they will also need to be bolted down.

u/ThePonderousBear · 1 pointr/lrcast

small notepad and pen/pencil for keeping track of life totals, and other notes (e.g. Bomb cards/removal your opponent uses in game 1, or sideboard notes)

I would really recommend a deck box. I like the Ultra-Pro Satin Tower. It should only run you 10$ or so, and has a nice bottom compartment for your dice/counters.

Sleeves. Whatever brand you want. Protect your cards, and makes it easier to shuffle your deck.

Water/Snacks. You will be there for a while, plan accordingly.

And have fun.

u/LukeWarmCage · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

IDK your budget, but small plastic garden sheds are not terribly expensive and so long as you make damn sure the fridge is plugged into a GFCI outlet I wouldn't stress it anymore in San Diego's climate (so long as the shed is shaded by the building or well ventilated if not.

u/lcwii · 1 pointr/amateurradio

This and some weather stripping.

u/LesInvisibles · 1 pointr/subaru

I have no idea if it works or is worth it, but this thing has been getting advertised to me on Instagram like crazy recently... looks like it could stop an acorn or two.

u/suks2bthatguy · 1 pointr/ottawa

amazon sells tiny homes as well as shipping container homes, good place to look for ideas



a recent article on another tiny home they sell

u/SwingNinja · 1 pointr/DIY

If you need something removable, I'd suggest looking into buying. Like maybe this one. It might cost more, but definitely it will save you time.

u/xantharia · 0 pointsr/adultery

Amazon also sells houses (with free shipping!).

u/mpyne · -2 pointsr/nfl

> that doesn’t mean much when houses and cars and colleges are multiple times the price

Cars are cheaper too, actually, given the much more stringent standards and features they meet compared to what you could have bought as a boomer.

Seriously, go back to the 70s if you want to buy the Pinto; even the cheapest car available to a U.S. owner now is lightyears improved and worth the cost. And more to the point, the more expensive cars are more expensive because people are willing to pay more for their car, not because building the car itself became more expensive.

Houses have more of a problem, it's true. Some of it is the same as with cars (i.e. people are demanding more to be included in a house than builders could get away with in the 70s). And you could very well buy relatively cheap houses even today.

But the real problem with housing is that localities have enacted policies, laws and zoning restrictions making it difficult to build housing--the prices after that simply reflect supply and demand. There's lots of blame to go around for this, including against boomer progressives.

But a good chunk of this is also because people today don't do what the boomers (and the silent generation before them) did when they were beginning their careers: move to where the good opportunities are.

As for colleges, that's supply and demand too, combined with loan programs that make it easy to demand a 5-star "college experience", thus blowing up demand far above what would naturally have been the case. The boomers bear blame for passing laws and policies that led to that but let's be honest: in that case, they're only doing what we would have told them to do!

But let's contrast that to what boomers did when they grew up. They didn't all go to college. Many went to trade schools and went on to good-paying careers doing hard work. But now Americans don't want to do "scut work" jobs like being linesman, construction and plumbing (but oddly, even progressives seem to be fine with minorities being left to take those jobs).

There are still lots of "dirty work" jobs out there, and they still pay comparatively well. But people don't want to do them. They want to take on six figures of college debt instead for the chance to play the office career game.

So I'm not going to sit here and say that boomers are completely blameless but I will say that it's hypocritical to focus blame on them when a good chunk of the issue is also due to unrealistic expectations on the part of my generation and younger ones. Boomers worked hard, opted to skip college unless their careers needed it, took shitty jobs, lived in shitty houses, attended shitty college facilities and dorms, and drove shitty cars to form the economy they did. Their descendants kept the "working hard" bit but seem to have ignored the rest.

But the one big thing that Gen X and younger don't realize is the boomers also got to benefit from a wrecked worldwide economy that artificially increased demand for American goods. Unless our millenials and post-millenials are going to blow up the rest of the world just so that we can force the rest of the world to come to us to rebuild (how progressive!), we need to recognize that the boomers were always going to look like an exceptional case, and not the norm.