SAMLAInsert for box 11/22 l, transparent

£3.50

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Use it on its own or inside SAMLA boxes, 11l and 22l. It has a handle so you can easily bring it along. The transparent plastic reveals the contents inside so you can easily find what you are looking for.

Article Number501.029.73

Product details

The insert has 2 compartments so that you can use the drawer space efficiently.

If you want to keep both smaller and larger items in the same box, combine the insert with SAMLA boxes, 11l and 22l.

Only recommended for indoor use.

Designer

Mia Lagerman

Article Number501.029.73
  • Polypropylene plastic

    Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened in water and a mild washing-up detergent or soap, if necessary.

Measurements

Width: 37 cm

Depth: 25 cm

Height: 12 cm

  • SAMLA
    Insert for box 11/22 lArticle no.501.029.73

    Width: 25 cm

    Height: 12 cm

    Length: 37 cm

    Weight: 0.37 kg

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.6(13)
Very usefulVerified BuyerVery useful5
Perfect to store small toolsBeryl 72So handy and easy to carry around from room to roomberyl5
Not for anything heavyKingfestusBought this to sit on top of the larger storage boxes as it is designed for, however after using it for several months the insert has warped to such an extent that it no longer fits inside the box and is now useless. Seemed a great design but really not strong enough for the task.2
Great storage optionYpmkGreat for various items, I have s few of these5
Perfect for carrying my card craft itemsCraftingJulieI found this carrier excellent for taking my card craft making items to craft clubs. It’s surprising how much I can pack into. It is incredible value for money.5
Children’s changing packAmbrosia1946Being new grandparents this was purchased with a SAMLA box and lid to store changing mat, nappies, creams, etc. we need for the children. It is simple, convenient and value for money.5
mumbeeniVery useful for keeping kits of stuff for a single project together, e.g. fabric in the base of a www box with tools and small parts on top. Using it as an insert means a lid and clip fasteners can be used too so there’s less chance of losing bits. Maybe consider using webbing straps or sticky hook & loop fasteners as closures for regular use and non-stacked applications as the clip fasteners are really tight for my old fingers. I’d like them to be a little more sturdy in use alone too as plastic used for the whole range seems to have been reduced in thickness over the years, rather than increasing the price. This is particularly noticeable with the rims and corners that don’t always survive the trip home or are found to be damaged when a stack is separated. Think it’s time to increase the price a bit rather than reducing quality further. What is really good is that the whole range has been kept the same size for years so my entire work and domestic storage systems can be stacked safely in loft, garage, garden shed and work areas. Also really useful is the translucent material so you can see what’s inside!4
Perfect for cleaning productsJoyce 59I have been looking for something like this for some time - it stores cleaning products and the handle means that taking products upstairs no longer requires juggling - this is a sturdy insert and although I may not be using it in the manner intended I have found it to be a very useful addition to my store cupboard.5
Good for kitchen storagejudyplumThis is a very neat, useful little box for keeping cleaning items together under the kitchen sink. It keeps items tidily together and the handle allows it to be easily lifted in and out.5
Many usesWoolmaThis product is suitable for many uses is easy to use easy to clean5
Useful garage storageEmmaleukSturdy, reasonably priced - does the job!5
A great way of storing my cycling shoesMagicBuyThis tray holds my cycling shoes neatly and it sits inside a Samla box of the same size. All neat and tidy and ready for another ride.5
Alternative usePont PhilKitchen tidy purchased for use as croquet ball carrier. Able to fit 2 sets of balls into carrier at the same time (8 balls). ideal for carrying balls from storage to croquet court. Only drawback is the sharpness of the underside of the handle - easily remedied with a tape wrap.4
SAMLA Insert for box 11/22 l, transparent, 37x25x12 cm

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