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21st September 2018
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Binopolis introduces rebranded Vauth-Sagel range of high-quality in-cupboard bins
Specialist retailer Binopolis.com has relaunched and extended its Vauth-Sagel range of built-in bins to provide its customers with more choice than ever before.
Perfect for those who want to keep their bin hidden behind closed doors and make the most of their cupboard space, premium German brand Vauth-Sagel's integrated bins are easy to fit into existing kitchen units or can be incorporated into a new kitchen scheme.
The new and improved portfolio provides customers with an incredible selection of models, which will suit a variety of cabinet sizes and cater for individual waste and recycling requirements. The bins come in two heights with models measuring between 300mm and 600mm wide and 470mm or 515mm deep.
VS Envi Space Pro (previously called Oeko Liner) bins are 470mm high and fit below a typical drawer or sink and have sliding lids to provide extra space for storage. VS Envi Space Pro XX, (previously called Oeko XX Liner) bins are 570mm high, fill most of the cabinet height and have a fixed lid that can also be used for storing liners.
Adding to their versatility and in line with the trend for darker coloured kitchens, Binopolis has introduced Vauth-Sagel's new Lava Grey colour, which also looks stunning when contrasted with white and wood-effect kitchens. It joins the existing Silver Grey finish and is available on VS Envi Space Pro and VS Envi Space Pro XX bins measuring 450mm, 500mm and 600mm wide.
"Combining excellent build quality with user-focussed design, Vauth-Sagel bins are solidly made, function superbly and are easy to fit, which makes them incredibly popular with consumers and our trade customers," explains Jane Pollard, co-director at Binopolis. "We're delighted to be able to extend our Vauth-Sagel offering, which we know will be in high demand."
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