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FRAKTA Carrier bag, medium, blue,

Price £ 0.50

How to get it

This smaller-size version of our big, beloved FRAKTA carrier bag may not be as spacious but it is just as strong and durable. You choose how to carry it, using the handles or over your shoulder.

Article Number603.017.07

Product details

Easy to clean – just wipe with a damp cloth.

Takes up little space to store as it folds flat.

Also suitable for waste sorting.


K Hagberg/M Hagberg

Weight & measurements

Length: 45 cm

Depth: 18 cm

Height: 45 cm

Max. load: 25 kg

Volume: 36 l


A mini IKEA bag! Verified ReviewerSturdy and great. Perfect handles for putting over your shoulder. Just like the classic big IKEA bag but mini! Perfect 5
Purchased to use as aVerified ReviewerPurchased to use as a gift bag5
So good!Verified ReviewerSo good!5
Nice and strongVerified ReviewerThese bags are nice and strong, the longer handles are great for over the shoulders for easy carry5
It worths the moneyVerified ReviewerStrong bag with good price!!!5
Good shopping bagVerified ReviewerGreat for the supermarket - especially if you use public transport. Long handles will go over bulky coat sleeves so is a really convenient shopping bag.5
Handy bagVerified ReviewerThese bags are just so handy to have in the car or indoors to carry anything in from the garden, car or anywhere.5
FRAKTAVerified ReviewerBest bags, nice and strong .5
So many usesVerified ReviewerA smaller more practical version of the huge bag. I bought a few of these to use for laundry, shopping etc at home and love that they have over shoulder straps too. My son has taken one to Uni to use for his laundry. When it comes to moving out for the summer they will be great for transporting his stuff home , much stronger than cardboard boxes.5
Strong bagsVerified ReviewerThese bags are a smaller version of the famous IKEA blue bags. They are incredibly strong and have many uses.5
GreatVerified ReviewerGreat4
Good size good quality bag!Verified ReviewerLove this medium size for daily grocery shopping! Light weight and good quality!!5
The blue bagVerified ReviewerUsed these as part of a move - I was disappointed that they’re smaller than expected3
Nice size bagVerified ReviewerMore square than regular ikea bag, will be just as usefull4
Medium carrier bagVerified ReviewerA classic design, which has so many uses, shopping, washing to be be collected & hanging out your washing to dry, to name but a few.5
Great sizeVerified ReviewerLove the smaller size handy for smaller shops5
Good size as alternative to the regular he's bagVerified ReviewerThis is a great addition to ikea bags as it's a perfect size if you are not buying so much bulky items5
Perfect for any storageVerified ReviewerVery handy useful large or small robust bag. Would like them in a larger and smaller size? Perhaps Red or Forest Green colours?4
Medium bagVerified ReviewerLove these little bags. Keep them in the car. Would love a smaller one though.5
Love these tough BIG bagsVerified ReviewerI needed just one more of these as I'd cut down the other two that I had and I use it to carry big boards around. They're so big and strong!5
FRAKTA Carrier bag, medium, blue, 45x18x45 cm/36 l

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