"Probably the greatest rubble sack in the world - or has someone already used that phrase. A rubble sack is a rubble sack but these are good and strong - and good value. Didn't take a photo - thought that was a bit OTT."
"Bought to convey overgrown garden refuse to recycling centre. Does the job admirably. Lot tougher than ordinary sacks purchased from local supermarket. Although strong twigs and branches still have the ability to poke through the bags they tend not to tear and I find that I can use them several times again. Just the ticket for my intended use and would recommend them based on my experience."
"I bought these to move a load of soil that I excavated from my garden. They worked well. only about 5% split, which isn't too bad for the price. I doubt they would be too good for sharper objects like bricks."
"Strong bags, good size (not too heavy to lift when full of rubble) moved 20 bags of smashed concrete. Probably wouldn't get two uses from them due to damage caused by sharp rubble but otherwise effective and great price"
"When I can tear the sacks by mistake in trying to get them off the roll, it is not a good start.. They simply aren't substantial enough for rubble and a number tore or split. OK, but just not for rubble - don't bother"
"I wouldn't call these rubble sacks, just heavy duty bin bags.They seem to have weak spots in them, if you hold one up to light you see there's thinner bits. You have to be really careful not to rip them when you tear them off the roll and they do like to burst open for no apparent reason - one will happily be stuffed with gyproc pieces then the next will split with half the weight in it. Rubble sacks should put up with, well, rubble but whilst some of these might most seem like they'd split."
"Had a real problem with these. They tear off the role but normally with bags you give them a pull and they come off. with these even with a gentle pull the tear only went half way before it ripped up the bag. Had to pull the bags apart inch by inch!"