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ALEX Drawer unit on castors, white/black, 36x76 cm

ALEX Drawer unit on castors, white/black,

Price $ 139
ALEX Drawer unit on castors, grey-turquoise/black, 36x76 cm
ALEX Drawer unit on castors, white stained oak effect/black, 36x76 cm
ALEX Drawer unit on castors, white/black, 36x76 cm

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A drawer unit on castors makes your workspace both a little more flexible and organised. Roll it under your desk or wherever you need your things for the moment.

Article Number994.222.18

Product details

Drawer unit on castors so you can move it where you need it for the moment.

The cut-out handles not only add character to the drawer unit, they also make it easy for you to grip and open the drawers.


Depth: 58 cm

Height: 76 cm

Width: 36 cm


alexMargieIt is fiddly to put together, but great once done. love the different size/depth of the drawers5
great quality and storage spaceMaria Jobiegrettegreat quality and storage space5
Perfect for the officeSallyA bit fiddly to put together but sturdy and very happy with the purchase.5
Stylish and Sturdy!KimberleyEasy to assemble, and perfect for office supplies.5
Value for moneyMaryValue for money5
VersatileCarolynI bought this to go with the Bekandt desk. If you need it to be lower, you just take off the wheels or use the wheels to put it wherever you want in the office. I like the clean uncluttered lines.5
Works perfectlyMelanieThis little drawer set works perfectly for what I wanted it for. I love it!5
Drawers Don't Pull Out Far Enough - Wasted SpaceMarciaDrawers don't pull out far enough so i have had to put cardboard at the back to stop products from going to the back of the drawer as I can't see them or get to them. 12cm of wasted space This would be OK if I was buying a unit that had deeper drawers as you would be able to still see and reach things but I purchased this especially for the shallower drawers for nail polishes and other nail supplies.3
great ,fits in a smallJoycegreat ,fits in a small space and is perfect for my needs5
Meet my needChiNice color drawer!4
Handy drawersLinaThis set of drawers fits anywhere in the hiuse. By itself or next to a matching desk.5
Suitable for the jobJasonFar easier to build than I expected, it went together nicely, the draws dont line perfectly which annoys my OCD a little buut honestly its a great draw especially for the money4
Very HappyMikaelaI have bought 4 of these for our work office.5
Good solid unitRodneyA great little unit, this has clean lines and functions well either under a desk or as a standalone piece. It should last a while as it’s quite a solid piece.4
Spacious drawersEmilyDrawers are nice, long length and spacious. Easy to assemble with instructions.5
I found this the mostGavinI found this the most difficult thing to assemble in literally decades of IKEA furniture. Drawers are tight and don't slide nicely. Not sure I'd recommend2
DamagedCharlesPurchased 2 sets, one was fine, the other had a decent chip taken out of the side piece visible for all to see.2
Perfect for the officeSallyA bit fiddly to put together but sturdy and very happy with the purchase.5
Did the job we wantedToniDid the job we wanted it to do4
Alex drawersLouiseIt was so easy to put together, and it is well made.5
ALEX Drawer unit on castors, white/black, 36x76 cm

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