FLISATToy storage with castersArticle Number102.984.20
Width: 11 ½ "
Height: 3 ½ "
Length: 19 ½ "
Weight: 9 lb 0 oz
Functional and fairly easy to put togetherLORRAINEThe product has been functional and useful. It was fairly easy to put together. The only thing I did not like was that one of the boards had an edge that was a bit rough to the touch and not as smooth as it should be. After having to go back to IKEA to return the first set due to the missing rope/handle, I did not want have to return to the store again due to the issue with the wooden board.3
Toy box on wheelsTheodoreI absolutely love this. It has made me the coolest Pop-Pop around. I might get a couple more and make a toy box train. I have so many toys!!!5
Toy box on WheelsJamiGreat small toy box that can be wheeled around to help collect all the toys.
Definitely could be used in other parts of the house too5
BookmobileDARYLPerfect bookmobile for our visiting toddler grandchild. Holds quite a few board books, easy to move around, like the colors and style, durability, adorable “tail” on the back.5
Great portable storage for kidsStevenA bit pricey for what it is (a box on wheels), but the quality is good (solid).5
Great little toy storageSRB79Our 5 year old help to set up the storage. It’s so cute and we all love it!5
Toy boxMissy1990Perfect size great addition to her classroom nook5
Many different uses!NewHampshirenanaI bought two to store blocks in but the grandchildren have used it as a train for stuff animals, to go on a pretend camping trip and many other play ideas5
not well madesusannaborsarelliThis is very cute and certainly adequate for modest toy/book storage. Would be easy to put together but the holes weren't drilled properly; very frustrating. Now it has to be returned. But I might try again.3
So cute and perfect for playKitCat7My toddler loves pushing this wagon around and putting all types of items in it. The wagon rolls very smoothly and wasn't difficult to construct. It's a plain finish but you and your child can color and draw on it !5
Nice sizeCatcoal216I got this for my 20-month old granddaughter for Christmas. It's the right size for her toys.5
Good storage for BlocksSanta in Upstate NYBought this for grandson to store his wooden blocks in. My husband did reinforce it with screws and glue, to make it extra sturdy. Instructions were clear that this was not for riding in.5
Son likes itIKEAcomplexMy son uses this to pull his favorite toys around. Easy to assemble, good storage.5
kids toy storage bin.Yafit12It has so many uses, my kids like it so do I.5
Grandson loves itm1therI bought this a couple of months ago and my grandson loves to push it around the house.5
Great!annapolWe love it! The quality and durability of this product is excellent. We use it to hold baby’s books for the moment but there are so many possible uses. Also, it was very easy to put together.5
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Toys on the go!
FLISAT toy storage lets your child keep all their things in one place and because it has wheels, it’s ready to roll into the next room at any time. Your entire home can become a playground. Clever, right?