FLYT Magazine file, white

Product details


IKEA of Sweden

  • Corrugated cardboard
    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.
  • 90% recycled paper.Product possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
  • FLYTMagazine fileArticle Number:500.223.54
    Width: 13 ¼ "Height: 1 "Length: 15 "Weight: 1 lb 0 ozPackage(s): 1

Product size

3 ½ "
9 ¾ "
12 ¼ "
Package quantity: 
5 pack


Magazine fileMariyka31I bought these to store Manila folders. I’ve organized some articles that I cut from magazines and needed an easily accessible way to retrieve them.5
Great productMaryl60Love these magazine holder they are so versatile they can be used for many other purposes5
work for what I neededBrandiCI bought these about a week ago (I had purchased these in the past also). They work great for organizing papers and notebooks on the shelves of my kids' desks. They are cheap, can be decorated with sharpie markers or stickers, paint, or almost anything else. They are made of cardboard so not the strongest but at the price, they can be replaced if they don't hold up.5
Best dealIkeawhatIdoI love these Magazine file . I been using them from IKEA since college 20 something yrs :) they are well priced and stready .Multi purpose usage . Buy the white ones so you can decorate them with washi tapes or paint or drawing the sky is the limit5
Cardboard, not plasticmiaeliThe picture makes you think these are plastic magazine files, so it was to my surprise when I went to the store to get these and see that they're actually cardboard material (i.e. cheap, questionable long term material).3
Lots of usesPattyJ20I have purchased these over the years. They are great organizing tools and quite versatile. I just wish IKEA has some sort of communication going on during COVID so I would know when I can place another Click & Collect order.5
Excellent storage value!randolicEasy to assemble, these file units are usable in so many ways--with the tall side out with descriptive contents labeling, or with the short side out with abbreviated labeling for easy access to store yet another magazine. They are an excellent way to organize the magazines and periodicals that you wish to catalog and/or keep. The economical price makes these a good buy for storage or organization. Mine fit my Gersby bookcase unit well, and have a natural look there.5
liliaguileraLove these for my craft room for my paper storage5
Nice and sturdyM K Pvery nice product. it is sturdy, and stays in place.5
Great value!Craft HappyI bought these to reorganize the many craft magazines! Great buy!!!5
You can cut them to fitkmrrI like that you can cut them to trim the height to fit your shelf. I got these to organize kids activity books, coloring books, Construction paper, art, etc. I would have had to reorganize my whole bookcase if I was using a file that wasn’t cardboard.5
Easy to put together.DarlyneUsing for my variety of colored papers. Just what I needed.5
Pure JoyUntil I can find a more permanent place to put or bring myself to throw into the round file any loose, random paperwork, photos, mementos, memorabilia, sentimental junk, or until I can find time in my limited schedule to scan such objects before they're recycled or shredded, this is the perfect home or temporary storage for them. What I like about these magazine files is not only do they organize chaos and keep junk looking neat on any shelf (in my case, the master closet since it can be more hidden), once the stored treasures are done being sorted through, you can find other uses for these files, donate, recycle, give to a friend in need, or find another home for them without so much of your $ wasted because it's the best place to store temporary items you plan to get rid of eventually. I really like that it's not another piece of plastic BPA-laden item if you're a home trying to go plastic-free (*raiseshand*) Even better that they're made in Europe (Hungary) to boot. Instead of keeping papers in files and file boxes or drawers, these are the ideal place to house such items until you can get to them. For memorabilia, I have them labeled by year, five year span, or decade so it's easier to locate that letter or card and find what you need (until I can scan them all so they're digital once and for all). You can label them by subject as well or by person. So convenient and simple, just made my life a lot neater and easier.5
Sturdy and EconomicalMiss ElaineI use these not only for magazines, but for storing craft patterns. It is easy to keep patterns organized.5
for the price and my use it is a good pricewaras400for the price and my use it is a good price5
Great Quality At an Affordable PriceChicagobred1Bought these to keep our Office Neat & Organized. Outstanding Quality & Value. Keeps all Magazines and Paperwork Neat & Organized. Compared to the Big Name Office Supply Stores, These were a lot Cheaper in Price.5
Handy storage for 11-12 dollskmanskyMy daughter and I bought several packs of these magazine files to organize our 11-12 doll collections. They keep the dolls standing upright and organized. Not the traditional use for the product, but they work for us!5
Looks great but not very durable.CyprrrThey look great as long as you don’t touch them too often.3
Can’t beat the price!Pita1962Purchased to hold old magazines for work. Works perfectly!5
Wonderful StoragejojodancerThese are ideal for storage of almost any type of paper materials. Very economical as well.5

Magazine file, white

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FLYT Magazine file, white


$1.99/ 5 pack