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PÄRKLA Storage case,

Price Rs. 199
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How to get it

This spacious case keeps seasonal clothes or extra duvets and pillows in safe storage until you need them again. And when it's empty, you can fold it into a flat package.

Delivery and assembly prices not included.Article number103.953.84

Product details

MRP Rs.313 (incl. tax)

Perfect for everything from seasonal decorations to clothes and bedlinen.

Takes up little space to store as it folds flat.


IKEA of Sweden

Country of Origin

China, Vietnam

  • Material
    100% polypropylene, 100% polypropylene (min. 40% recycled)
    100% polypropylene

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.


Width: 55 cm (21 ¾ ")

Depth: 49 cm (19 ¼ ")

Height: 19 cm (7 ½ ")

  • PÄRKLAArticle number103.953.84

    Width: 14 cm (5 ½ ")

    Height: 2 cm (½ ")

    Length: 19 cm (7 ½ ")

    Weight: 0.13 kg (5 oz)

    Package(s): 1


Sturdy & airtightKuldeepPacking & storing cloths has always been an issue. This solved the problem.5
PÄRKLA from IKEA is aHarishPÄRKLA from IKEA is a versatile and practical storage bag that I would recommend for anyone who needs a reliable solution for storing clothing, bedding, or other items. The bag is large enough to hold several items and has handles that make it easy to carry. One thing to note, however, is that the material used for the bag could be better. The fabric is quite thin and not as sturdy as it appears in the online photos. It's possible that the bag may not hold up well over time, especially with heavier items. That being said, I appreciate the affordability of this product and the fact that it can be folded up for easy storage when not in use. The design is simple and attractive, and the bag comes in several different sizes to accommodate different storage needs. Overall, while the material could have been better for the way it is showcased online, I still believe that PÄRKLA is a decent option for those who need a budget-friendly and practical storage solution.3
Very economical and space saverVandanaVery economical and space saver5
Not that greatVaibhavIt’s very easy to have permanent crease when folded and tear along those.3
Pleasant experiencejayantPleasant experience5
Poor qualitySandeepPoor quality1
Strong & sturdy...good qualitySonyaStrong & sturdy...good quality5
They are very useful andMadhuThey are very useful and serve the purpose of purchese5
Bag for cloths stackAjitwashable , no smell5
GoodpremnathIt's spacious, but it would be better if it was washable, especially with the kind of dust we have in Indian cities.3
Good for storageMamtaSpacious5
Great QualityRajaLove the Space it offer and Durable construction for packing Unused .rarely used clothes/Articles5
BagPreetiexcellent usage and quality5
Good oneBazeghaCreative idea3
too good productSenifatoo good product5
Furtiliser bags converted into PARKLA?SantoshFurtiliser bags converted into PARKLA? Worst product concept I have ever seen using FIBC fabric for this.1
PÄRKLA Storage case, 55x49x19 cm

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