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KUGGIS Insert with 8 compartments, white

Price $ 13.49

How to get it

You can use this smart insert on its own or to add an extra shelf to our biggest KUGGIS box. A practical solution for gaming and arts and crafts – keeping all those smaller things organized.

Article Number002.802.08

Product details

The compartments gives you a good overview and helps you find what you need, when you need it.

If you want to keep both smaller and larger items in the same box, combine the insert with KUGGIS box, 14½x21¼x8¼".

Fits BESTÅ shelf, 15¾" deep, and other units with shelves which are at least 14⅝" deep.


IKEA of Sweden

  • Dimensioned to fit KUGGIS box with lid, 14½x21¼x8¼".

    Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.

  • Material
    PET plastic (min. 20% recycled)

    Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened with water and a mild dish detergent or soap, if necessary.


Length: 20 ¾ "

Width: 14 ¼ "

Height: 2 ¼ "

  • KUGGISArticle Number002.802.08

    Width: 14 ¼ "

    Height: 2 ½ "

    Length: 21 "

    Weight: 2 lb 9 oz

    Package(s): 1


drawer organizersHilaryI use these everywhere, in the kitchen-in the office, in all the tool chests, at my business(restaurant) they are sturdy and fit most drawers.5
Works amazingWilliamBought with new desk to organize. Works great.5
It keep everything it isBRENILDAIt keep everything it is place .5
I love it. Probably willDarleneI love it. Probably will get a couple more. Great quality.5
Great for Organizing Little ItemsJamesPurchased to use inside the Alex drawers for art supplies. Works very well for tubes of watercolor paint, organized by color, as well as other small items.5
Useful itemHeidiThis is a great item that is perfect for sorting Lego pieces.5
Just what I neededJessicaPerfect for a bathroom.5
Buyer Beware - Doesn't fit AlexJonathan K.Despite being a "recommended product" for the Alex drawers, this does not fit---not even close. IKEA needs to update their website to remove this add on. It appears I'm not the only one to assume that a recommended add-on would actually fit the product... Now have to drive 45 minutes to return at the store. Idiotic web development and product suggestion.1
Nice and Neat looking JunkKarenNice and Neat looking Junk Drawer lol 😂5
Kuggis StorageRamonI purchased these thinking they would fit the Alex desk and they did not fit. However I repurposed them and placed them in the laundry room and they worked very well. As a matter of fact I am ordering for more for the laundry room to reorganize5
Perfect for Colored PencilsMindyThis helped organize my colored pencils I use for artwork. Having access to them is so easy now.5
GreatJeysonGreat product5
Sorting TrayAnitaPerfect for sorting LEGO bricks! Sturdy, handles make carrying easy, deeper compartments than other trays.5
KUGGISLisaThese trays are great for using to sort parts. I'm using them when I build Legos. They fit in the bottom 3 drawers of the Alex cabinet but are too tall for the top 3 drawers. Very sturdy!5
It’s cool but did not fit in my sektionjodiThought it would fit in the small upper drawer in the sektion. It doesn’t but liked it anyway and will use it else where.5
Great for Neat Freaks!DeniseBought it at the same time I bought the Micke desk, very happy I did. Fits perfectly, helped get me organized right away.5
Fits great in a MICKE deskNick M.My new MICKE desk was feeling disorganized, so this was a welcome inclusion. It doesn't fit snug in there, but has a long area at the side where I can put things that wouldn't fit in it. Seems sturdy, and makes my desk look like I know what's going on!5
In Drawers for my Art StudioBereniceI bought this for the intent to use my pens and markers. I was disappointed when I couldn't fit more. granted I have a lot of supplies. It really keep things not banging around or loose. I wish it was adjustable.5
PerfectKeithWorks like it should.5

SustainabilityPeople and planet

Energy and resources

Just like new – over and over again

The KUGGIS series consists of recycled PET plastic, made into brand new, practical storage boxes. A good way to reduce our consumption of new raw materials, and be kinder to the environment. Recycle again, and it gets yet another life. Thanks for helping.

KUGGIS Insert with 8 compartments, white

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