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GREJA Napkin holder, black

Price $ 3.79

How to get it

With GREJA you can store your napkins laying down or upright. Just clamp them in place and they won’t blow away if you’re outside – and they always lie or stand straight, no matter how many you have left.

Article Number503.428.50

Product details

Keeps napkins together making them stand straight in the holder regardless of number.


Henrik Preutz

  • Material

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.


Length: 6 "

Width: 4 "

Height: 6 "

  • GREJAArticle Number503.428.50

    Width: 6 "

    Height: 2 ½ "

    Length: 7 ¼ "

    Weight: 4 oz

    Package(s): 1


Simple, elegant designROSA N.The price is very good. The look is elegant. Functional.5
CleverRitajane R.Clever napkin holder and it is such a simple thing. Basic but so useful.5
Great napkin holderEvelynThis holds my napkins securely and can easily be taken outside without napkins blowing away!5
Great napkin holder also doubles as a laptop standAlbert L.We've been happily using this napkin holder for a few years and I was looking for a stand to hold my laptop vertically on my desk. The GREJA turns out to be perfect for this. The hinge at the bottom allows the weight of my laptop to clamp the sides together securely and the feet are very stable. I haven't yet found a dedicated laptop stand with a design this good.5
What I was looking forCarlaWhat I was looking for to keep napkins upright4
UselessMikael M.Terrible napkin holder, bought it for the looks, but hated it every moment I had it, ended up throwing away1
napkin holderCarolynperfect5
GrejaNUHAIt’s very flimsy2
Napkin holderCynthiaPerfect for the motorhome.5
Very goodALBERTVery good5
Lightweight and modern lookingTinaLove this item1
Napkin holderKATHYInexpensive plastic napkin holder. Would prefer a shorter design as I prefer napkins, which won't work with this.4
GREJA napkin holderJENNIFERGreat napkin holder.5
Napkin holderLenoreThis is a sleek, nice-looking napkin holder.5
Great for moneyMARIONGreat for money5
Alrightrosetta13I've had this for a year now in my college apartment after I bought it near the checkout line. Being a broke college student, this is definitely a good budget option. I also like that it can be taken apart and put back together easily which is great for moving a lot as students often do. The only thing is when putting napkins in this upright, once you have fewer napkins, they kinda just fall out which is annoying. Also getting one napking usually pulls halfway out another so I do kinda wish I had just gotten the $1 hard plastic one from Dollar Tree. On the other hand, if you put napkins in this horizontally, it works a lot better and I prefer it more. Also I like that it will automatically close itself more and more as you have fewer napkins and almost never falls over. Overall, not the best I've ever seen, but not too bad either and also pretty aesthetically pleasing. A good budget option esp if you like to switch between holding your napkins horizontally and vertically. Sidenote: fine for a young, abled body to assemble and disassemble, but is a bit hard to pull together and apart so it might not be the best if you can't put strain on your hands. My mom for example wouldn't be able to with her arthritis.4
Great napkins holderAlexandra HIt is easy to fill in the napkins. Hold in place well. The design is dipped in the center to auto close the frame around the holder. Easy in and out to take the napkins. The appearance goes with everything. It make a great file holder as well.5
Poor design; DO NOT BUYDisappointedLoriThis napkin holder does not stay upright unless it is constantly full of napkins. If you have a different size napkin it has a hard time staying open to stay up. There is a hinge on the bottom and it moves, so when it is not as full it wants to close at the top and fall. Good for decoration, not user friendly at all. I have to buy something else or just pull out my old one because this one is terrible.1
GREJA Napkin HolderSherryM54Link it being plastic so would not scratch. Matches shelving unit, nice little find, good price.4
PinnThis product does not take up much space on table.5

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