TROFAST Storage box, white,


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This large, deep plastic box in white is perfect for storing bulky toys and sports equipment. Fits in TROFAST frames, but can also be stacked on the floor if you complete with a lid.

Article Number200.892.42

Product details

Fits in TROFAST frames.

Can be stacked when completed with a lid.


Studio Copenhagen

Article Number200.892.42
  • Can be used with TROFAST lid.

  • Material

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.


Length: 16 ½ " (42 cm)

Width: 11 ¾ " (30 cm)

Height: 14 ¼ " (36 cm)

  • TROFASTArticle Number200.892.42

    Width: 14 " (36 cm)

    Height: 11 ¾ " (30 cm)

    Length: 16 ½ " (42 cm)

    Weight: 1 lb 12 oz (0.78 kg)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

Good binsT-CGood bins5
Sturdy binCarolynGreat sized bin and very sturdy!5
Somewhere to store my stuff!BrettI like it! Clean and easy to work with!5
OrganizingPauletteGreat for organizing5
Toy StorageLori1111Bought as toy storage. Very durable.5
Trofast storage amazing but one flawAngela2527We love the trofast. We have two and they are our FAVORITE for toys. One thing we have noticed tho is the small bins are SLIGHTLY more narrow and when kids pulls them out (or anyone really) they fall out of their tracks a bit. The larger bins are totally fine.4
IKEA customer 123Love these bins! They hold a lot and hold up well.5
Great Recycle binsMark ShepherdUsed for indoor kitchen recycling.4
Good quality plasticSaraJane555My kids break almost every Rubbermaid bin I have bought for toy storage. The trofast bin is much sturdier and it comes in the perfect size for toy organization5
Great for storing toysbeen thereGreat for storing toys and stuffed toys etc.5
Great storage for bigger toys/itemsAngelineKSolid plastic storage box, great option with the trofast storage system and use for bigger toys.5
Great toy storageAdri_mentDon't regret my purchase. My kid loves it and helps him learn how to keep toys in order by bin.4

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Function solution


The boxes to TROFAST come in different sizes and colors. The frames are designed so that boxes of different sizes and shelves can be placed at a convenient distance from each other - all according to your storage needs. TROFAST boxes are also easy for your child to carry - a good thing when the toys are quickly needed somewhere other than the children's room.