SUMMERA Drop file, patterned

£10/ 16 pack

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Create some orderliness and structure for all those papers and documents with smart drop files adapted for paper up to size A4.

Article Number202.522.66

Product details

Suitable for A4 paper.


Eva Lilja Löwenhielm

Article Number202.522.66
  • Fits standard 2-hole fasteners.

  • Basematerial:

    PET plastic

    Plastic parts:

    Polypropylene plastic

  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.


Width: 31 cm

Height: 24 cm

Package quantity: 16 pack

  • SUMMERAArticle Number202.522.66

    Width: 33 cm

    Height: 5 cm

    Length: 39 cm

    Weight: 1.08 kg

    Package(s): 1


Perfect in our little homeVerified BuyerPerfect in our little home office2
Fit hemnes desk and sortsVerified BuyerFit hemnes desk and sorts filing once and for all5
CompactVerified BuyerSmaller than normal drop files but still long enough5
Perfect hanging filesgogofgogThey fit my filing drawer (Ikea bought) perfectly and look good5
Excellent fit for Ikea filing cabinetDragonaraOwning an ikea filing cabinet I found these absolutely perfect for the job. Bought many packs. Fit beautifully and are sturdy, better than the old conventional cardboard type ( now binned) I have black and maroon packs and white and black packs. To make these even more useful it would be extremely beneficial if Ikea made these in a pack of mixed BRIGHT colours. Would help with organising and would look a little nicer in appearance. Perhaps four colours per pack ?5
Excellentasns88Great value, nice and modern look, durable. I spent quite a bit of time searching for suitable drop files and these are perfect. If you don’t want expensive paper office type ones, these are great.5
Not suitable for IDÅSENpanggioI bought these to use in the last drawer of IDÅSEN cabinet, however they're too short to fit in the drawer1
Crystal245Happy with this product - economical system to keep papers in order.4
Does the job in the Erik filing cabinet.Andrew HCHolds A4 sheets, but not wide enough to hold typical A4 holding files. A bit fiddly to assemble. Seem strong enough.3
Excellent file storageMinnie68Excellent price to pay for organisation!5
Excellent file foldersLouise24Easy to use and seem to glide easy in the cabinet drawer. The tabs are easy to put in and also easy to move if necessary. Would have preferred them to be all one colour but its not important and may be helpful if you are filing papers under different headings, ie making it easier to see.5
ExcellentD KingVery strong, and hard wearing5
Drop filesJules 2Bought these to go in ikea filing cabinet, they fit in and hopefully last longer than those made out of paper. Bought 4 pkts with 16 files in each didn’t take hubby long to put together.4
Suspension filesNellyfeetStrong and durable. Holds a number of files easily in each. Do exactly what they are asked to do.5
Good qualityMaria 58Exactly what I was looking for4
No assembly instructionsSheree1This product comes in 64 parts and no instructions on how to put it together! When I called Ikea, they confirmed that the product does not come with instructions and I would have to figure it out for myself. Very disappointed!1
Just what was neededLargeMargeI bought the filing cabinet so bought these to go in it. Great value for money.5
smarties65looks good and works well5
Excellent Value For Money!Sianadi57Better than the cardboard type and look smart. Best price found at Ikea.5

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