The Best Bin Category Review 2020
Updated: Nov 3, 2020
This is not a product you will necessarily think about repurchasing, but it is definitely one you use multiple times each and every day. There are so many on the market all with slightly different perks and advantages. Hopefully this blog will widen your perspectives on the variety of bins on the market, and that you could upgrade and tweak your kitchen. Perhaps you're buying a new property, fancy a new bin, or just curious on the types of bins.
Best Foot Pedal
Foot Pedal Bins are the most basic bins, but sometimes offer the largest capacity for the cheapest price. Simply push down with your foot on the pedal, and the lid opens.
1) Amazon Basics Rectangle - 5L, 12L, 30L, 50L
Despite being an Amazon Basics, this product really is amazing value for money. This bin is made from a stainless steel sheet, which is reinforced with a heavy-duty plastic interior bucket. This provides a great deal of strength, and certainly isnt a flimsy product. The sizes available are 5L, 12L, 30L, and 50L, meaning it can fit in any kitchen. Overall, a great bargain.
2) Brabantia Pedal Bin (12L/20L/30L)
Brabantia have made a very traditionally shaped circular bin, which comes in so many different colour options, it will fit any kitchen! even red! We have the mineral dark grey colour and it's beautifully built with high quality materials. Brabantia even do their own bin liners which perfectly complement the size of the capsule. Brabantia are so sure of their quality, that they even offer a 10 year guarantee.
Sensored bins are a great use of technology, and really do revolutionise the bin experience. Sensored bins are perfect for when your hands are full or dirty, due to their touchless operation, and simply require a wave to open. Usually, the bin lids close after 5 seconds of inactivity.
1) Morphy Richards Kitchen Bin, Round or Square, 50L
Our favourite is the Morphy Richards bin, which comes in a round or square design. Both are 50L and have non-corrosive polished steel, which buff up really well when cleaning! The only downside to sensor bins is that they require batteries (in this case AA).
Compartment bins are amazing for those who like to separate their recycling from their recycling, or their food waste from their normal waste. They offer a lot more flexible from the customer and promote recycling.
1) Morphy Richards Kitchen Bin
Another product from Morphy Richards, and with good reason. This bin is also built with quality in mind, and offers a 75L capacity. The top bin is 50l, and the bottom bin can be used as one 25L, or two 12.5L sections. This product comes in four colour options, which are all relatively neutral so can fit most kitchens. The only downside is that if you recycle large amounts you'll have to replace the bags very frequently. Also, it can be difficult to find small recycling bags.