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GREJA Napkin holder, black

Price £ 2.50

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With GREJA you can store your napkins laying down or upright. Just clamp them in place and they won’t blow away if you’re outside – and they always lie or stand straight, no matter how many you have left.

Article Number503.428.50

Product details

Keeps napkins together making them stand straight in the holder regardless of number.


Henrik Preutz

  • Material
    Polypropylene plastic

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

  • BPA (Bisphenol A) free


Length: 15.5 cm

Width: 11 cm

Height: 16.5 cm

  • GREJAArticle Number503.428.50

    Width: 16 cm

    Height: 6 cm

    Length: 19 cm

    Weight: 0.13 kg

    Package(s): 1

Very goodVerified ReviewerVery good5
GrejaVerified ReviewerI found that it didn’t clamp the serviettes tightly enough but it’s still useable.2
does the jobVerified ReviewerDoes hold what you need no frills4
Verified ReviewerStylish and handy easy to use5
Basic Napkin holderVerified Reviewerkeeps all the napkins together, full stack, good capacity... only downside I notice after use is the number of napkins drop to less then half, then they start falling/bending/cramping.. so you need to keep it full always with napkins.3
napkin holderVerified ReviewerGood napkin holder does the job its intended to do.4
Verified ReviewerIt is okay, good price but no the best materials.3
Clever designVerified ReviewerThis napkin holder is such a clever design, keeping the napkins straight, ideal for storing them end on. Not tried removing them one by one from the holder, but for storage it's brilliant4
Great value for moneyVerified ReviewerA great value serviette holder, simple design but perfect! I would prefer the clear plastic rather than the black as it doesn’t matter what your colour scheme is but for the price it’s ok!5
Table Tissue holderVerified ReviewerVery light and stylish tissue holder good for small size table.4
It’s ok but not easy to clip together!!Verified ReviewerNo not liking this a bit cheap and not the colour I should have got!!2
Beautiful with good price napkin holderVerified ReviewerFirst I like the price it is not expansive. Then you can use it anywhere.5
Great little Napkin HolderVerified Reviewervery inexpensive but doesn't look it. Great value for money.5
Verified ReviewerLooks good and does the job great5
LovelyVerified ReviewerGood innovation, I love it. Perfect for hand towel holder. Value for money5
OK ProductVerified ReviewerSuitable for home use. Not a bad product4
Great little basic serviette holderVerified ReviewerThis does what it is supposed to do, it holds napkins. However, the only down sides are that you need to have large napkins than the holder and that you need quite stiff napkins. I have a few lighter weight/ply napkins that do not stand up in this holder. It is not a hard grip on the top and if you do not keep it full everything slips out or down. Hence I do not give it 5*. If you buy big napkins and keep it topped up regulalry then it is fine.4
Great laptop holder!Verified ReviewerAdded some felt to this to make a really great laptop stand! I assume it'd also be able to hold napkins or whatever it's actually intended for.5

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