JÄLLLaundry bag with stand, white


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It’s lightweight and folds up so you can carry it to the washing machine, stow it in a closet – or hang it on a hook. It holds up to 17 lbs of laundry – so relax, it’s not full just yet.

Article Number701.189.68

Product details

Can be folded up, which makes the laundry bag simple to carry and put away.

Holds up to 17 lbs of laundry.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number701.189.68
  • Bag:

    EVA plastic



    Edge fabric/ Thread:

    100 % polyester


    100 % polypropylene


    Steel, Galvanized



    Plastic washer:



Length: 16 ¼ "

Width: 17 "

Height: 25 ¼ "

Volume: 18 gallon

Max. load: 282 oz

  • JÄLL
    Laundry bag with standArticle Number701.189.68

    Width: 17 "

    Height: ¾ "

    Length: 30 "

    Weight: 1 lb 8 oz

    Package(s): 1


PerfectDeborahFantastic- exactly what I needed to fix into my small space5
Great idea, but bag already rippedElizabethI loved this for my bathroom or the kids rooms but the first day I had it it ripped and it wasn't full or heavy. Maybe I got a defective piece. I was hoping to get much more use out of it before it tore.2
Good product for the priceMariaGood product for the price5
Nice when I need itJANENice when I need it and folds and stores in small spaces.5
Cheap plasticRandallCheap plastic1
Very ConvenientCheriI was a bit concerned about the size of this so I bought 1. My concerns were not valid, this is perfect in size and the value can not be beat. I bought 2 more for my different loads, whites, lights, and darks. The handles make it easy for me to carry downstairs to laundry room. Ordering a couple more to organize lawn toys.5
Perfect for guest bathroomAshleyI love this hamper and how easy it is to pick up and move. I purchased for a guest/kids bath for my husband and daughter to use. I remove the hamper when guests come over and it’s perfect for that. It holds a ton of laundry and is very lightweight.5
Worth the moneySUBHASHISHWorth the money5
Great sales.DENOZANNGreat sales.5
Great productANDREAWe bought our first one back in 2012 when we had an apartment. We are in a house now and are still using it. I bought one this year to be ready to replace the first one, because the stitching is coming out a little, but it is still able to be used. It is a great laundry basket and keeps the dog out of our laundry because it is tall. It is easy to carry when full and I don't have to bend down to pick it up on laundry day.5
Must haveLaurieSo glad i ordered this, love the fact that it’s not a fabric type basket. Perfectly out of the way and of course extremely well made.5
Bang for the buckERICCheap laundry hamper. Does its job. No complaints5
You get what you pay for...MADDY B.Cheap, plasticky bag that feels at risk of tearing...wish it was fabric or something, because the frame is pretty good. You get what you pay for though.3
Good valueLouisGood value5
Nice design and functional!GranielNice design and functional!5
Great for the priceLIPINGThe bag is cheap feeling and looking (essentially shower curtain material), but it works really well for being less than $5. Because the hamper is just a bag, when it's full the bag touches the ground. Might not be an issue, but changes the aesthetic a little bit. might put a base inside the hamper to keep the shape.4
FAVETitilayoI love the size and I bought it for my dirt white clothes5
Simple but efficientIvonneIt has a simple design but works perfectly for its purpose.5
Perfect!JenniferWe purchased this for my parents to use while visiting. Will be nice to fold up when visitors are not here. 🙂5
JÄLL Laundry bag with stand, white, 18 gallon

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