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IKEA 365+ Lid, large rectangular/plastic

Price $ 5.00
IKEA 365+ Lid, large rectangular/plastic
IKEA 365+ Lid, rectangular/bamboo
IKEA 365+ Lid, rectangular/plastic
IKEA 365+ Lid, rectangular/silicone

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With a leak-proof lid you protect and keep the contents fresh for longer. It’s simple to snap this in place on all the rectangular food containers in the IKEA 365+ series.

Article Number303.930.63

Product details

The snap-and-lock lid prevents leakage and protects the contents from frost damage, making it ideal for both transporting food and storing leftovers.

Leak-proof lid prevents spills and protects the contents from frost damage, making it ideal for both transporting food and storing leftovers.

The transparent lid lets you see what's stored inside.

Designer

Sarah Fager

  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

  • Material
    Lid:
    Polypropylene
    Seal:
    Silicone rubber
    Care

    Microwave-safe; heat food up to 212°F.

    Freezer-safe.

    Dishwasher-safe.

    Leave lid ajar while heating to release steam.

Measurements

Length: 12 ½ " (32 cm)

Width: 8 ¼ " (21 cm)

  • IKEA 365+Article Number303.930.63

    Width: 10 ½ " (27 cm)

    Height: ½ " (1 cm)

    Length: 14 ½ " (37 cm)

    Weight: 9 oz (0.24 kg)

    Package(s): 1

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Nice lookingBRENDAThere were two types of lid offered with the container. A plastic one with flaps and this bamboo one. It was a little more expensive than the plastic one but is a lot more attractive. It offers a nice seal and I believe will last longer than the plastic one if it doesn't go in the dishwasher.5
PerfectKimFits perfectly5
Amazing productshelinaAmazing product5
Easy snap lidAlexisSturdy lid.5
DisappointedDawnKids tend to crack3
Great LidsMargaretLove the lids and the airtight seal.5
Great productGeniaVery useful5
well.Junwell.3
PerfectErikaPerfect5
okSAMUELok5
Pretty and goodGAYLEI was surprised to find a bamboo lid for a storage container, but like it more every day. It should last much longer than the usual platinum lids - which have a definite shelf life - and it is biodigradable. Another really good idea from IKEA!5
GoodSUSAN I.I just purchased a replacement lid for my one of my containers. The quality is ok but I have had and seen and had products that have better construction and lasting power.3
Love these container topsDonna L.Love these container tops2
Extremely poor quality lidsBrandon K.The 365 Tupperware is really nice but the lid flaps don't last long, making the remaining containers useless. Not very earth minded when they don't last. I regret buying several.1
Great value item. Storage containerSANDIGreat value item. Storage container from freezer To table to lunch kit. Love them!5
Perfect lidJOSEPHPerfect lid5
Great! Love it, would recommendSaniqueGreat! Love it, would recommend !5
Glass container with lidAmyThis can be your lunch box and also container for putting into your microwave. It's only $2.5
I prefer this lid firWENONAHI prefer this lid fir my glass storage containers, although there are other options.4
After a while the lidJessicaAfter a while the lid breaks easily3
IKEA 365+ Lid, large rectangular/plastic

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