This box with castors is practical if you need to move your things often or want to store them under a bench or shelf. All boxes in the SOCKERBIT series are made of durable, partly recycled plastic.
Easy to move since the plastic box has 4 casters.
IKEA of Sweden/K Hagberg/M Hagberg
RILL casters are included in the price but packaged separately.
Small ridges inside the lid create a tiny space between the lid and the box, which allows air to circulate and prevents any risk of suffocation.
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
Mounting plates 2x2" included.
Box with lid
Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)
To avoid the risk of tipping: Don’t stack more than 3 boxes on top of each other and always store heavy items at the bottom.
Width: 38 cm (15 ")
Depth: 51 cm (20 ")
Height: 37 cm (14 ½ ")
This product comes as 3 packages.
SOCKERBITBox with lidArticle Number803.160.67
This product has multiple packages.
Width: 38 cm (15 ")
Height: 3 cm (1 ")
Length: 51 cm (20 ")
Weight: 0.46 kg (16 oz)
Width: 37 cm (14 ¾ ")
Height: 30 cm (11 ¾ ")
Length: 51 cm (20 ")
Weight: 1.52 kg (3 lb 6 oz)
Width: 15 cm (6 ")
Height: 4 cm (1 ¾ ")
Length: 16 cm (6 ")
Weight: 0.50 kg (1 lb 1 oz)
Ratings and reviews
It's wonderfulLori-JeanKeeps my flour and sugar in that are heavy and bulky. Lid seals nicely5
FantasticKellyGreat storage at a great price - love that the wheels are more heavy duty than most totes on wheels5
Casters Roll WellJenniferI bought these for my 20 kg bags of flour in my micro bakery and the bins roll so well even with that kind of weight. They tuck away nicely and are easy to pull out when I need them. They’re a little pricey but the quality seems great so far.5
I love these containers forLeeI love these containers for storage, but the wheels are impossible to click into place.2
Perfect flour storageVerified BuyerUsed as a flexible cart in my kitchen for 10 kg flour bags.5
DonnaBest for storing heavy items like rice or cast iron pans etc. Easy to roll from one place to another. I love this!5
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