Keeps your plastic bags in one place and handy for reusing. If you’ve cut down on plastic bags, you can also use it for gift-wrapping, paper rolls, umbrellas, gloves or socks.
Ideal for storing things like plastic bags, toilet/kitchen rolls, gloves and socks.
Gathers all your plastic bags in one place so they are easy to access and reuse.
You can easily find and access the perfect bag for your needs, thanks the openings in the dispenser.
Ideal for storing things like gift-wrapping paper rolls, umbrellas, gloves or socks.
Can be mounted inside of your cabinet, out of the way but within easy reach.
Handy when mounted close to your waste sorting area.
K Hagberg/M Hagberg
Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in water or a non-abrasive detergent.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Width: 16 cm
Depth: 13 cm
Height: 45 cm
VARIERAPlastic bag dispenserArticle Number800.102.22
Width: 51 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 58 cm
Weight: 0.30 kg
Game changerVerified ReviewerBought this to store all the bags cluttering up my cupboard. Amazed how many bags fit in it. Looks flimsy but once it’s all together it’s solid. I didn’t need screws to fix it just used the peel and stick tape on the back of it, my mother-in-law visited from London loved the idea and took mine home with her so I bought another one.5
Plastic Bag Dispenser/ Rabbit Hay Feeder unitVerified ReviewerThis is actually labelled as a dispenser for carrier bags but I bought it to use for our rabbits to store their hay for easy access, which works really well for that purpose. But also useful for carrier bags!5
Verified ReviewerPerfect for what a need it for5
Plastic bags storageVerified ReviewerThe item easily broken. However the design concept is very interesting and clever. I believe it will be improved in near future.2
perfect for holding wrapping paper rollsVerified ReviewerI use mine for holding wrapping paper, its perfect for that5
Very Useful storageVerified ReviewerI use this to store my wrapping paper and craft rolls5
Great storage for carrier bagsVerified ReviewerSimple to put together. Also works well for storing rolls of wrapping paper. Keeps all the rolls together.5
Good qualityVerified ReviewerThe product is good quality I thought it was going to be like flimsy plastic but it’s not. It’s a lot bigger than I measured it to be. I won’t be able to put under my sink now it’ll have to go somewhere else because of the size. Not a problem though. Could think of multiple things to use this for. It would be good for children’s toys also. Would still recommend even though it’s a lot bigger than expected. Also value for money is brill as I’ve seen people selling this exact one for like triple the price else where.4
Must haveVerified ReviewerAre you even a homeowner if you don’t own one is these? Easy to fit on back of door to store away those carrier bags. Get one now.5
Poor qualityVerified ReviewerLooks good but is too big and quality is poor.2
Not just for plastic bags!!!!Verified ReviewerThis item is more than just a plastic bag holder. My daughter and myself use them for holding wrapping paper. The height is just right for these rolls. We have now moved onto brown paper but still these are good. I also use this item for holding my ribbons, which I use for card making and sewing. So a versatile good product. Highly recommend.5
Verified ReviewerLovely product. I am happy to have it.5
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