SEKTION Leg, 4 1/2 "
SEKTION Leg, 4 1/2 "

Every kitchen base cabinet and high cabinet needs legs. You can choose to emphasize your style by selecting legs that strengthen your expression.

Article Number102.655.18

Product details

Stands steady on uneven floors because it has adjustable feet.Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number102.655.18
  • Polyamide, Polystyrene, Polypropylene
  • SEKTIONLegArticle no102.655.18
    Width: 7 ¼ " (19 cm)Height: 1 ½ " (4 cm)Length: 9 " (23 cm)Weight: 13 oz (0.37 kg)Package(s): 1
  • Assembly instructionsSEKTION Leg102.655.18

Product size

4 1/2 " (11.4 cm)
2 " (5 cm)
Min. height: 
3 1/2 " (9 cm)
Max. height: 
5 1/2 " (14.0 cm)
Package quantity: 
4 pack
Maximum load/leg: 
276 lb (125 kg)

Ratings and reviews

This product is acceptable andKellieThis product is acceptable and looks nice. It was a long time coming in and no one called to tell me it had arrived. I found out on my own before they went out of stock again thankfully. But the product itself is fine.4
AmazingCandyIt was easy to assemble and fun too but the end product looked amazing, I am so happy with my purchase4
PerfectLESMakes things easy5
Terrible design- don’t waste money. Buy metal legsUnhappy kitchen builderI have built multiple kitchens and this is the worst product they have ever included. I know what they are supposed to do but they won’t even stay in place while you lift the cabinet. What are they thinking? So frustrating.1
Legs work will if used correctlyShakeatolaThese legs are not used to support cabinets. They are to assist with leveling and holding kick plate. Weight of cabinet should be supported by wall.4
Do not work as showncvbdslOK, just assembled 4 cabinets with these legs ( 2 80 inch and 2 30 inch). As per the instructions we lifted the cabinet up (not tilt as it shows legs breaking) and a couple of legs just fell out before we could put the cabinets down. For the last two cabinets I used a touch of super glue to hold in until we could set the cabinets on them. This has to be one of the worst designed/engineered products put out by Ikea. I'd like to see their engineers (or two) try to lift an 110lb cabinet in the air and set it on the legs without them falling off. A lousy friction fit just does not work. And as for sliding them slightly side to side to make a row fit forget it, the legs just come out of their base. If I had my time back I would have built a 4 1/2 inch base and just set the cabinets on the base. Would have been a lot easier than me laying on the floor trying to fit legs back into their sockets when others are trying to hold the cabinet up.1
Cheap plastic garbageChrisS44Shocking! Such low quality, not even capable of acting as feet for a 90 inch tall cabinet just while working and doing the install!1
Not what it seemsGarrocherI was told by an employee that there legs could withstand a full cabinet. I assumed by the description that they were legs. I have wasted a lot of time trying to shimmy the unit into place with these legs on it. I just glued them on to solve the problem. Now that I have read the reviews and see they are supports for the kick plate, I know this does not work for my application. I needed real legs. They need to review the description and tell their staff. I may try to return the glued legs...1
Flimsypajarito22I know they are suppose to be for temporary support, but honestly, put some effort.1
People Don’t Understand The Purpose of These LegsStanduThose folks giving these legs a bad review don’t understand their purpose. They are not for primary support of the cabinets; that is what the support rail does. These do not provide any lateral support since they are not even attached to the cabinets. These are the method used to attach the footkick trim piece at the bottom front of the cabinets to finish the install. These go under the front and sides of cabinets and are screwed down for a “friction fit”. Yes they can relieve some of the cabinet front weight, transferring straight down onto the floor, but the cabinets are really supported by hanging them on the wall. Those open clips in the box are your clue that the toekick clips onto these legs along the front and along any finished ends (the only reason to put back legs on at all). These are a part of finishing the Sektion system of base cabinets. And no one should expect them to hold freestanding or Island cabinets. They would only be installed to hold toekick material in the correct position.5
These legs are a bad jokeJoshSmithHorrible design: 1. Cheap flimsy plastic 2. They don't hold attached and fall off by themselves (had to hotglue them) 3. the bottom ring that supposed to spread the weight is only decorative (that gives you an idea about the design)1
Just plain awful.Anonymous reviewerThese are the only option (from what I know) for the Sektion cabinets. Which is a shame, because they are absolute garbage. Not only do they fall off when you are in the middle of moving the cabinet, but they are made from flimsy plastic. PLEASE make an alternative to these legs - perhaps something that can be fastened on so that they are permanently attached and are made from something stronger than plastic. Maybe they'll be fine for a short cabinet, but for a 90 cabinet like we ordered? I'm actually kinda scared to touch it or put stuff in the cabinet and add more weight...1
If I could give a negative rating, I wouldLP123I bought this as part of a high cabinet. They snapped as we tried to lift the very heavy frame to standing position. Genius engineering on this one. First they don’t stay in place and then they snap under pressure. Incredibly frustrating. Now I’m trying to figure out an alternative. I’m sure they are fine for short cabinets but definitely not 80” cabinets.1
perfect for leveling kitchen cabinetsdecoppel1A lot easier than shims..5
junkAlain MWe bought a house with an IKEA kitchen. We liked the design but rapidly realized that it's more about the looks than the quality of the product. We have a free standing island with toe kicks. Those legs fell off (only maintained in place by gravity) a few times when people leaned against the counter top. Moreover, the clamps holding the toekicks in place have all broken. They are not available on their own so you need to buy new legs to get some more. This is just wasting resources and not eco-friendly at all.1
"THE WORST"TraceyBI purchased a tall Sektion microwave cabinet The cabinet and drawers are terrific (Voxtorp). These legs don't affix/aren't connected. They stay in place using gravity. :-/ not sure who from IKEA tested and approved these leg??! They are awful. Took 4 people to move a 24 x 80 cabinet in place. Spend the extra $5 for 4 and go with Capita legs even if behind toekick.1
Extremely poor qualityAnonymous reviewerI just purchased a kitchen and arrived right before Christmas as we are now in the process of assembling the cabinets which are good quality we soon discovered the Sektion legs are extremely weak they snap off very easily to the point where once you put them on and try to stand the cabinet they snap off. There are five of us in the family all adults and it was very challenging because even when we are carrying the assembled cabinets to put it in place a leg would come off and you can't get it from a tight place so it had to be carried out. Huge waste of time and energy and money. Very disappointing as I have always bought IKEA kitchens for their quality and not just affordability. After putting together three kitchen with the help of only 2 friends this time the experience is beyond frustrating!!1
Not good for free standing CabinetAnonymous reviewerCame with a stand-a-lone base cabinet we purchased, Did not work well at all, cabinet continued to fall over and legs popped out. Probably would work well in conjunction with using the cabinet wall bar to provide stability. This should be mentioned in desc.2

A kitchen that took us around the world

Whatever your dream kitchen is, it’s probably different from many other people’s dreams. This we learned when researching kitchen desires around the globe. Our conclusion for the SEKTION kitchen system: it should make it possible to design the best kitchen for you – whatever your preferences and living situation.

Our ambition is to help as many as possible to have a kitchen they'd love to be in. We started sketching. “When we created SEKTION, it was our biggest ever kitchen change, so it's fair to say we were very keen to get it right,” says technician Klas-Ola Nilsson.

Research from around the world

So, what would people’s dream kitchen be like? We surveyed thousands of people, visited hundreds of homes and worked with food industry professionals. “We found if there's one thing in common with kitchens around the world it's that they're different.” Klas-Ola says. “For as many people who dream of an open space kitchen, there are people with a small space, or have to fit a pre-existing room.”

From research to result

One element became blindingly important. “We realized we needed a kitchen system that could adapt to different sized spaces in a way that hadn't been done before,” Klas-Ola says. “So, we developed cabinets that could fit almost anywhere.” Different sizes can be mixed to best fit the room and they'll still fit together – without odd ends. The clever inside can be personalized to support your kitchen needs and activities, too.

Ready for the future

An adaptable kitchen fits better with how you like to cook, both now and in the future. Whether you start craving a more professional kitchen, or just want to start using it for more activities, we would love SEKTION to help out. “There's nothing to say that SEKTION is set and fixed now,” Klas-Ola says. “It's something that's evolving and that we're developing as our ideas on what a kitchen should do changes into the future.”

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SEKTION Leg, 4 1/2 "


$12.00/ 4 pack