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IKEA 365+ Lid, large rectangular/plastic

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IKEA 365+ Lid, large rectangular/plastic
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With a leak-proof lid you protect and keep the contents fresh for longer. It’s simple to snap this in place on all the rectangular food containers in the IKEA 365+ series.

Article Number303.930.63

Product details

The snap-and-lock lid prevents leakage and protects the contents from frost damage, making it ideal for both transporting food and storing leftovers.

Leak-proof lid prevents spills and protects the contents from frost damage, making it ideal for both transporting food and storing leftovers.

The transparent lid lets you see what's stored inside.

Designer

Sarah Fager

  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

  • Material
    Lid:
    Polypropylene plastic
    Seal:
    Silicone rubber
    Care

    Microwave-safe; heat food up to 100°C.

    Freezer-safe.

    Dishwasher-safe.

    Leave lid ajar while heating to release steam.

  • By creating products that help people minimize waste, we contribute to enabling a more sustainable life at home.

    BPA (Bisphenol A) free

Measurements

Length: 32 cm

Width: 21 cm

  • IKEA 365+Article Number303.930.63

    Width: 27 cm

    Height: 1 cm

    Length: 37 cm

    Weight: 0.24 kg

    Package(s): 1

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GoodVerified ReviewerGood5
Poor quality, very dissapointedVerified ReviewerThe lid cracked after a few uses, the container and the lid was bought just a couple of weeks ago and were used only a few times to store the food. Vey disappointed by the quality as I was specifically looking for a glass container with a lid.1
Plastic Lids are cheap and flimsyVerified ReviewerI still haven’t used this box and lid even once… but ran it through the dishwasher prior to use… and when trying to clamp the side flaps onto the box, one of the flaps just cracked along the seam! Very disappointed… Bought a 3 in 1 pack of smaller boxes, and even those had similar flimsy plastic lids… Maybe the other lids are better? But stay away from the plastic lids..1
Food Container LidVerified ReviewerSturdy, but hard to clip shut4
LidsVerified ReviewerGood5
Value for moneyVerified ReviewerValue for money5
These are brill and niceVerified ReviewerThese are brill and nice looking storage containers, but quite pricey, also selling the glass part separate, you need to charge for the full thing while also having set prices for buying seprate, you can actually buy the full thing now from other shops for around 5 or 6 pounds. Your paying near on that for the lid at IKEA.5
Looks good and does theVerified ReviewerLooks good and does the job5
Bamboo lids for sustainability!Verified ReviewerBest quality bamboo lids! Sustainable and beautiful! Good for kitchen and earth!5
All goodVerified ReviewerAll good5
Great fitVerified ReviewerUse these with glass containers - snug fit, which is great. I store cheese in this one.5
Pretty but it could beVerified ReviewerPretty but it could be a little cheaper5
No plastic storageVerified ReviewerMoving away from plastic food storage. Good solid product and a great seal.5
Excellent!Verified ReviewerExcellent!5
PleasedVerified ReviewerGreat thank you.5
Large seal-able lidVerified ReviewerWhen we bought the base they didn't have the lid so we had to return later. We use different size containers in this design and we find they work well except the wood (could be bamboo) top which didn't work for us.3
Fridge storageVerified ReviewerGreat if storage non fresh food Not good for vegetables they absorb the smell4
IKEA 365+ LidVerified ReviewerLid is quite difficult to attach to container - I don't like as the old square IKEA microwave containers4
VOC smell!Verified ReviewerI bought 2 of these and 2 other sizes. They all smell horrid! Formaldehyde or some other VOC idk, but I don't feel comfortable putting this near food. And trying to contact Ikea customer support to ask what is in it is impossible, harder than talking to Google customer support even.1
LidVerified ReviewerLid can be used to fit containers of different sizes. A little stiff hence fiddly. I struggled to get get all 4 sides clipped onto container but still value for money.3
IKEA 365+ Lid, large rectangular/plastic

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