This deck box is enormous, a lot bigger than I anticipated. I took photographs to ideally demonstrate the measure of capacity you can anticipate. I have an Adirondack seat pad, four 20x20" toss pads, two 16x16" toss pads and four 20x20 by 4" thick seat pads put away inside with enough space to include another 4 20x20 by 2" thick love seat and seat pads to finish everything. It took me around 15 minutes to amass however I deducted a star on the grounds that the top does not lay totally level without either a bolt on it or something overwhelming sitting to finish everything. My pads persevered through the rain in this deck box amid the end of the week that storm Joaquin climbed the east drift, and still remained totally dry.
This is a decent compartment for open air toys and things. I was supplanting a substantial open air toy-box and requested this one. It would be ideal if you NOTE: within measurements are: 46"W x 23.5"D x 20.5" tall. This would make it 22,160.5 cubic inches. There are 268.8025 cubic inches per US gallon (dry) that would make this holder about 82.44 gallons. Since this is a dry stockpiling compartment, I expect they would not consider it a 95 gallon fluid holder.
I am clarifying this on the grounds that the portrayal expresses that it is a 110-Gallon holder. The get together guidelines demonstrate it is a 105-Gallon compartment. Truly it is more like a 85-Gallon compartment.
When looking at results of this sort, it would be ideal if you research the really measurements as the "Limits in the depictions can be extremely deceptive.