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FISKBO Frame, black,

Price £ 8

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Decorate with pictures you love. This frame has soft lines, is tested and approved for children's rooms, and comes in many sizes. The plastic front protection is safe ― and does justice to the motif.

Article Number502.979.61

Product details

This frame is ideal to use with ALFTA adhesive hook. With the hook you can easily hang the frame without nails or screws and decorate your walls with pictures.

Can be hung horizontally or vertically to fit in the space available.

Front protection in plastic makes the frame safer to use.


M Warnhammar/A Fredriksson

Weight & measurements

Picture, width: 50 cm

Picture, height: 70 cm

Frame width: 53 cm

Frame height: 73 cm


Re-cycle mark is PEEL OFF protective sticker guys!!!!!!!!Verified ReviewerRe-cycle mark on clear plastic/glass front is PEEL OFF protective sticker on both sides. A bit tricky to peel but it does!!!!!! The amount of people complaining about it is unbelievable and why are the staff responses not picking up on this either.5
Good valueVerified ReviewerGood value5
Nice and simpleVerified ReviewerWhat can you say really... A simple photo frame that looks good.5
Fab frameVerified ReviewerFab frame5
Light and perfect for A4 printsVerified ReviewerCreating a wall with my favourite prints. So easy to install and hangs well on all wall types5
Picture perfectVerified ReviewerGreat frame5
OkVerified ReviewerOkay just as expected5
Watermark on glassVerified ReviewerThere are two non-removable watermarks on the glass :(2
Very good productVerified ReviewerVery good product5
Love itVerified ReviewerLove it5
excellentVerified Reviewerexcellent5
50x70cm frameVerified ReviewerPerfect for what I wanted. Purchased for a 1000 piece puzzle. Perfect size 😁5
Good frame but not structurally soundVerified ReviewerBought three of these frames, one this size and two smaller. When hanging this one, it fell from maybe a 5ft height. The corner of the frame came apart and looks to be held together with just a wiggly strip of metal, and the plastic chipped in the corner. That said, it’s incredibly lightweight and perfect for the walls without damaging so we will have to get another when we go back. Again, not really sure how people didn’t realise there was a protective film on both sides of the plastic ‘glass’. There’s instructions on how to remove it and everything. Just shows, some people don’t read. So would recommend I guess so long as you have two people to hang it as if it does fall it will break. Be warned. Be careful. Be happy.3
Excellent value for moneyVerified ReviewerExcellent value for money5
Good but one problemVerified ReviewerThe frames are framing well but when we opened them they had these weird marks printed on the plexiglass (like triangles with 4 PE-LD) written underneath) which we had to scrub off - this left a mark. It’s not visible from a distance but a poor design choice nonetheless. We ordered four frames and the marks were printed on all four multiple times.3
Great frame,great valueVerified ReviewerI have alot of Fiskbo frames they look amazing on my walls,l highly recommend.5
OKVerified ReviewerOK3
Cheap and nasty!Verified ReviewerBought a couple and they both fell apart really fast.1
Great frameVerified ReviewerGreat frame, lightweight, neat, modern and super cheap. Don't let those one-star reviews scare you: people mentioned that a recycling stamp was embedded into the plastic front, and it's completely not true, they were just not attentive enough. The "glass" has a super thin film on BOTH sides, you need to remove it, and the "glass" will be clean and clear. It even has an instruction on how to do it in the frame package.5
Recycling mark on the front plastic ruined itVerified ReviewerThis frame could’ve been excellent but the recycling label is printed on the plastic film which ruins the poster/photo. No way to erase. Disappointed1
FISKBO Frame, black, 50x70 cm

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