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SOCKERBIT Box, white,

Price $ 4.99

How to get it

A small, durable box in fresh white that’s great for keeping screws and nails sorted in the garage or organizing hobby supplies indoors. Use several boxes to sort smaller items and create a good overview.

Article Number503.161.82

Product details

You get a better overview of your small items if you use many small boxes instead of gathering everything in one large box.

Great for organizing small things such as hobby items or screws.

You can easily organize your things since there are two small areas you can write on or attach labels to.

Fits well in cabinets and shelving units with shelves that are at least 19 cm deep.


K Hagberg/M Hagberg

  • Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.

  • Material
    Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)

    Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened with water and a mild dish detergent or soap, if necessary.


Length: 26 cm (10 ¼ ")

Width: 19 cm (7 ½ ")

Height: 15 cm (6 ")

  • SOCKERBITArticle Number503.161.82

    Width: 19 cm (7 ¼ ")

    Height: 15 cm (6 ")

    Length: 25 cm (10 ")

    Weight: 0.22 kg (8 oz)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

Love my purchases!!VictoriaLove my purchases!!5
NiceSandraLooks small but it is actually a good size for what I bought it for.3
Perfect for my bottles under my sinkBiancaThis is easy to access my bottles under my bathroom sink. Sturdy plastic too!5
Great binElizeGood to organize my kitchen spices5
Good qualityXiaoyanGood quality5
Fantastic Freezer BinsEvaI bought an upright freezer and fridge combo and needed something to organize the freezer’s small half-used bags of frozen veggies, fruit, fries, fish, etc. I rolled them up, and they stood up nicely, letting me see my stock. Family came over, and they oohed and awed about how beautiful and organized my freezer looked. The only thing I would be cognizant of is that the outer 1.8 cm lip means one does lose almost 4 cm of space if you place the bins sit side by side. Not a deal breaker but that is something I wished could be reduced or redesigned.5
Good valueTeresaGood value5
Good storage.JanGood storage bin for smaller items.5
Good valueMonicaPrice is right if you need multiples.5
Perfect for DVDs (if you still have those)JennyWas cleaning up some old DVDs that we still wanted to keep and these were perfect for storing them, especially if you want quick access to them rather than stored away in a lidded box.5
Not stackableA.JaneThe container is fine, but I wish they were stackable. I should’ve realized!3
Perfect for organizing my BESTAVerified BuyerThese boxes are exactly what I was looking for. 3 fit across a BESTA unit perfectly and can organize and store any small items.5
Verified BuyerI used this box under the bathroom sink and it works great.5
Perfect for organizing kitchen and other thingsGraceI am currently using it to organize my kitchen (baby bottles, pacifiers, spoons etc.) It keeps my kitchen organized. I know I can use it to organize my kid's toys in the future!5
Parfait rangementVerified BuyerJe l'ai acheté en plusieurs exemplaires pour ranger mes produits d'entretien ménagers et divers produits.5
Sockerbit boxGordonGreat for organizing kitchen cabinets5
Pantry BinSusanUsed the bin to organize my kitchen cupboards. Such as spices and odds and ends that are not exactly of same width and depth. It’s easy to pull out. Only drawback it does take up a little extra space when you have a few of them side by side.4
SOCKERBIT Box, white, 7 ½x10 ¼x6 "

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