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16 Cube Interlocking Modular Plastic Wardrobe Cabinet £17.99 Delivered Sold by Shopping Man and Fulfilled by Amazon
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16 Cube Interlocking Modular Plastic Wardrobe Cabinet £17.99 Delivered Sold by Shopping Man and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 26th Sep

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For a penny under £18 this looks great value. You'll need to use code BUJM43QKto get the price down. It's this price for all, not just Prime members, which is always nice. It's modular so you can have a play around and change it up.

Size - 147 x 37 x 147cm, White
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  • MODERN CLOSET: made up of frosted, white panels, this shelving unit adds a modern, simple design that can easily match any style no matter where you place it
  • CREATIVE DESIGN cubes can be used separately, or they can be stacked and combined for a greater storage capacity; let your imagination flows and create your unique closet
  • LONG LASTING ECO-MATERIALS: frames of the cube panels are made of steel to enable the cubes to hold up to 10 lbs.; resistant plastic connectors securely join the panels and avoid wobbles and panels are eco-friendly and chemical-free
  • HASSLE-FREE ASSEMBLE: multi-angle connectors are easily attachable on the cubes, making the shelving very easy and quick to put together
  • EASY MAINTENANCE: it's waterproofed and dust-resistant; panels are easy to clean with a damp cloth; doors feature a hole handle for air circulation preventing buildup odor
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Right coming off hukds, before I'm skint. 4th purchase of the night
I've had mine for 2 years. It's useless if you want to put anything with weight on it like books. If you're using it for light items then it's OK. Do not do what I did and try to move it with the shelves used up. It ends in tears
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Thank you for posting. I was looking for shelving for a ceramic exhibition next year and this is perfect.
I bought these at a higher price earlier this year and I was very pleased with them. It's a bargain at this price!
Well worth the money IMO HEAT
I bought something similar from eBay for shoes (smaller compartments), but this looks good for other uses
Brilliant find OP
Perfect for growing Nike collection 👏👏👏 thanks
Great find, cheers OP
brilliant. Have so many shoes all over the floor. Hopefully this will sort us out.
Anybody with these will they fit a uk size 11
iwilliams5426/09/2019 13:11

Anybody with these will they fit a uk size 11


Could you not put them in sideways & take out the middle panel as it states interchangeable?
Ordered! Thanks was looking for something to help make my organised mess more organised
Perfect for my sloping understairs cupboard.
mam2cam26/09/2019 13:16

Could you not put them in sideways & take out the middle panel as it …Could you not put them in sideways & take out the middle panel as it states interchangeable?


Trying to save as much space as possible so if not suitable I will try to find something deeper.

Will figure out the measurements when I get back home.
This should go nicely in cupboard where Ive got my Solar PV system, standard wardrobe will no longer fit but this should be ace
Must be honest, for shoes, these compartments are too big imo.
Right coming off hukds, before I'm skint. 4th purchase of the night
Good for keeping guinea pigs in (when laid on the ground and the middle partitions taken out of course correx lining
Edited by: "androidavis" 26th Sep
supermann26/09/2019 22:37

Must be honest, for shoes, these compartments are too big imo.


Agreed, unless you pile them up. I just checked and the set I have has 4 compartments within the equivalent space of one compartment in this set.

It would be great for other uses though like clothes, toys, craft stuff etc
I tried being cheeky and using it for one of the ones with doors which were rrp £39.99 but didn’t work with that
Just bought one. Does anyone know if the code works on another set.. thinking might need more than 16 boxes I did try a few but no luck
I've had mine for 2 years. It's useless if you want to put anything with weight on it like books. If you're using it for light items then it's OK. Do not do what I did and try to move it with the shelves used up. It ends in tears
banterchicken26/09/2019 23:20

Just bought one. Does anyone know if the code works on another set.. …Just bought one. Does anyone know if the code works on another set.. thinking might need more than 16 boxes I did try a few but no luck


Yes, just change the quantity to 2 if you purchase both on one transaction.
Edited by: "padnow" 27th Sep
looks good and practical but how sturdy are they ? i'd be using it's modular-ility (modularness ? modulocity ? modularity ?) for an awkward spot in back porch under sloped roof with some tool boxes and heavy stuff on.

also, easy enough to take apart and put back together ? ta.

edit - nm, just read a couple of reviews and above comment, it bows under weight of more than a few books so odd bits and jars of screws should be ok but nothing heavy. nuts to it, for this price it'll do as a greenhouse/plant propagator if it can't cut it indoors
Edited by: "format" 27th Sep
Just bought with a code £17.99 Thank you.
Perfect find! Ordered ...thanks!
The code is not working for me.
Code not working for me either must have missed out
Edited by: "Darkie123" 27th Sep
Says code is invalid for me? Great find though, shame....
Code not working for me. I've tried via the link, normal browser and app but not working
Code doesn't work 😔
Not working for me
Code doesn't seem to work anymore?
format27/09/2019 05:00

looks good and practical but how sturdy are they ? i'd be using it's …looks good and practical but how sturdy are they ? i'd be using it's modular-ility (modularness ? modulocity ? modularity ?) for an awkward spot in back porch under sloped roof with some tool boxes and heavy stuff on.also, easy enough to take apart and put back together ? ta.edit - nm, just read a couple of reviews and above comment, it bows under weight of more than a few books so odd bits and jars of screws should be ok but nothing heavy. nuts to it, for this price it'll do as a greenhouse/plant propagator if it can't cut it indoors



Just set mine up - they're not really suited for tool boxes. More like vanity stuff and some lightweight clothes. I put up a 2x2 in a built-in wardrobe and it's keeping 2-3 jeans and jumpers in each cube but it sags a lot, will see if it snaps but it's not really what I had in mind as a storage solution. It's alright for the price though - need to chase up on missing parts unfortunately...

I'm not sure it'll be any good for plants though, how are you gonna get sunlight into the different cubes?
Edited by: "Sherbat" 28th Sep
Sherbat28/09/2019 01:56

Just set mine up - they're not really suited for tool boxes. More like …Just set mine up - they're not really suited for tool boxes. More like vanity stuff and some lightweight clothes. I put up a 2x2 in a built-in wardrobe and it's keeping 2-3 jeans and jumpers in each cube but it sags a lot, will see if it snaps but it's not really what I had in mind as a storage solution. It's alright for the price though - need to chase up on missing parts unfortunately...I'm not sure it'll be any good for plants though, how are you gonna get sunlight into the different cubes?



will see when mine arrive, will split off a 2x3/3x3 for back porch bits (tarp/overalls/garden bits and bobs) and if rest isn't suitable for a 2x4 tall bookshelf for boardgames it's going in garden come spring. from descriptions i'd imagine this sort of frosted plastic is a good insulator but lets enough light in for seedlings so i'm straight up gonna put 2x1's with no middle section as a lid over plantpots/bedding plants (a 2x6 with no shelves should do as a lid for my raised planters, though doubt it'll be very sturdy without some tape and canes for support). still cheaper than a crummy "greenhouse" tent and frame from wilko

good idea on the wardrobe storage, might be another plan B if it can't handle books/boardgames and isn't easy to reinforce. might even go in the loft as it'll be heck of a lot easier than taking a bookshelf up there - possibilities are endless !
"Frosted plastic" led me to believe it was accryilic sheets of 2-3mm thick atleast... just arrived, its flexibile plastic sheeting, less than a mm thick. Can't see much standing on these 'shelves'!
Gutted the code has expired. We have used ours in the hall for the shoes and it's great for that. Would of liked 2 more for the spare room but can't bring myself to pay 36 quid for it.
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