TISKEN Corner basket with suction cup, white
How to get it
TISKEN series puts things within easy reach without having to drill any holes into your walls. The tight-grip suction cups won’t let go of smooth surfaces like glass or tiles – unless you want them to.Article Number204.003.04
Water drains easily through the holes in the bottom.
One push assembly - clean the wall surface and push to attach. No tools are needed.
To release and remove, insert a credit card (or similar) between the suction cup and the wall. No ugly holes or marks are left behind.
The suction cups have a tight grip on smooth surfaces like glass or tiles.
IKEA of Sweden
Only sticks on flat surfaces such as glass, mirrors, and tiles.
Clean the surface before mounting the suction cup to ensure better grip.
Holds up to 6 lbs.
Combines with other products in TISKEN series.
- Frame/ Plate:
- Polycarbonate plastic
- Suction cup:
- Synthetic rubber
- Cover/ Body:
- ABS plastic
- Recycled ABS plastic
Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
- Do not attach to bathroom wallpaper or any other type of wallpaper since the product can damage the material.
Width: 11 ¾ "
Depth: 7 ¾ "
Height: 6 ¾ "
Max. load: 6 lb 10 oz
- TISKENArticle Number204.003.04
Width: 8 ¼ "
Height: 3 ¾ "
Length: 10 ¾ "
Weight: 10 oz
Better grip for flexible storage
The movable suction cup is a smart wall mount for flexible bathroom storage. The only problem is that it can come off after a while. Suddenly you hear a thump in the bathroom, and the shampoo bottle is on the floor. So, how do you make the suction cup attach better? Product developer Kristofer Adsegård and his colleagues – responsible for TISKEN bathroom series – wanted to find out.
Kristofer and the team started by studying in detail how a suction cup works. “It attaches because there’s a vacuum between the suction cup and the surface. But, if air comes in, the vacuum breaks and plop – your hanger comes off. It can be something small, like dirt and limescale on the wall, or tiny irregularities on the tile that eventually let air in,” says Kristofer.
Rubber that seals tight
The team found the solution in a synthetic rubber that proved to be better at attaching to different surfaces and filling out any unevenness so that air can’t get in. “We tried the suction cups with the new material, both in a test lab and in peoples homes, to make sure that a stable vacuum is created and that the suction cups stay where you want them.”
The suction cup becomes like new again
To make your TISKEN bathroom series last longer, it’s important to handle the suction cups right. Kristofer explains that you shouldn’t pull the hook or other parts to make them come off, since it can damage the grip. “To release the vacuum, it’s better to use your bank card, or some other plastic card, between the suction cup and the wall. And, if you put the suction cup in water near boiling point for a few minutes, and then air dry it, it will become almost like new again.”
Bathrooms can get wet…very wet!
We know how important it is to design the right furniture for different types of bathrooms. That’s why many of our bathroom storage units and accessories are made of plastic – perfectly suited for shower/bath spaces. Choose from VESKEN, STUGVIK and BOLMEN series for a functional bathroom with extra storage – where you can bathe, shower and splash as much as you like, without worrying about exposing your furniture to too much water.
Better grip for flexible storage
Why do suction cups come off the wall after a while? That fact made us so frustrated that we detail studied the vacuum technique. We noticed that barely visible dirt or limescale breaks the vacuum seal, even on smooth tile walls. So, for TISKEN bathroom series we looked for a new rubber material that seals better and fills out small uneven spots on the wall. Now you don’t have to wake up in the middle of the night from the sound of the shampoo bottle thumping on the floor.