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Good for storing pens, toothbrushes or coins.
Easy to attach and move ‒ no tools needed.
Create the best storage for your needs by adding SKÅDIS accessories to your SKÅDIS pegboard. A perfect way to get organised and keep things close at hand in the hallway, office or bathroom.
|Weight Gross:||0,18 kg|
|Weight Net:||0,17 kg|
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Tested and approved for bathroom use.
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
You can combine SKÅDIS storage series any way you like. And if you change your mind, it’s easy to change the accessories and create a new solution. Choose if you want to attach it to a desktop, to a shelf or hang it on the wall.
Regardless of where you need storage in the home, and no matter what you plan to store, SKÅDIS storage series can help. Use SKÅDIS in the bathroom for toothbrushes and jewellery. In the kitchen to have utensils and spices close at hand. Or in the garage so you keep all tools and screws in order. Only your imagination sets the limits of what SKÅDIS can be used for.
We have made some suggestions for how SKÅDIS can look. Choose your favourite or get inspired and create your own solution.
You can create your own SKÅDIS combination. First select the size of the pegboard and then complete with the accessories you need. Don’t worry if you change your mind – the accessories are just as easy to remove and replace as they are to attach. When your storage needs change, you can easily add, move or remove accessories so that SKÅDIS always meets your needs.
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