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Stacking Bins

Our cleverly designed Stacking Bins feature special joiners for stacking and connecting multiples in virtually any combination! They're perfect for use in the pantry for storing everything from packets to canned goods. A clear label holder on the front helps you know at a glance what you have stored.

  • BPA-free
  • Made from polypropylene
  • Joiners included
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Small Stacking Bin White

5" x 7" x 3-1/4" h

10052246

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$1.99 ea

Medium Stacking Bin White

6-1/8" x 10-1/8" x 4-3/4" h

10052247

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$3.99 ea

Large Stacking Bin White

8-1/4" x 13-3/4" x 6-1/8" h

10052248

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$6.99 ea

Stacking Bins 4.9 5 61 61
sturdy very sturdy, wish the legs were adjsutable so the stackign height was adjustable. really like it for the price. May 17, 2010
Best Purchase Ever Really like the bins, I use them in the kitchen to seperate my medicine, and for my daughter's toys. I also uses them in the garage to store the screws. They are very useful and the amazing thing is they can connect together by the side ribs of the bin. And the legs increase easy access to the items, easy to take things inside. I'll buy more for the good price and quality!!! June 24, 2010
Sturdy stackers I really like these because they're solid and sturday. When they stack there's no wobbling and the extra risers included give several inches of extra depth. I also like that they're solid, as in not slatted or with holes. I use the smaller ones for screws, nails and batteries and it's the perfect size. The larger ones I use for random other things like everyday tools that I like to keep accessible in my mudroom, garden tools I don't want outside like my good clippers and watering nozzle, lightbulbs, miscellaneous household gadgetry. My only complaint is that there should be one size bigger, especially wider. I would use that for craft stuff for my daughter. We could have a bin for playdough stuff, another for paper, etc. I'll wait and hope it happens. In the meantime, I'm buying more! September 2, 2010
Great bins Bought these for under the bathroom sink. They are sturdy and fit well together. I was pleased with them. February 15, 2011

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How tall are the risers / spacers?

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The small and medium legs add 1'' of height, and the large legs add 2-1/8'' of height.
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I want to organize my bathroom closets and need about 6 of the larger bins, 6 of the medium bins and 4 of the smaller bins.

My question: Does one quantity of the stacking bins come with two bins as pictured or does it only come with one bin per quantity?
If I buy four of the larger stacking bins, will I receive eight bins total or just four?
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This product is sold individually. If you are wanting two bins to stack, you will need to purchase two bins.
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How do I get to the label?

I can't seem to figure out how to get to the paper inside to create a label. How can I get it out? Thanks!
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You will need to use a tool to remove the label. You may want to try tweezers or a tooth pick to pry the label free. The fit is very snug.
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