"I thought these where a little over priced when I purchased them but after using them how wrong was I. I was using them to transport top soil/gravel and filling the bags with around 15-20 kgs and not one split or tore. so well I can re-use them."
"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."
"my first reaction was that the bags were a bit small. but having used them to hold broken rubble, I soon realised that if they were any bigger and fuller I wouldn't be able to lift them. I am now on my second pack and expect to buy more. In common with most people I find opening up plastic bags for the first time to be a little difficult. but being of thicker material than most these are relatively easier . The only problem I have met is that being useful these bags have a habit of disappearing as the family helps themselves to them"
"I used these sacks for plaster (not plaster board) so it was fairly light. Some of the sacks did tear first use so would not recommend using them for heavy sharp materials but good value for general use."
"Surprisingly hard wearing for polythene sacks, used them for removing old chipped off plaster and brick dust, not one split. Not the largest sack but would be too heavy to lift if any bigger, and 30 for £8 is a bargain"
"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."