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InterDesign Fridge/Freeze Binz Storage Boxes, Kitchen Storage Container with Space for 9 Drinks Cans, Plastic Clear
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- With this practical kitchen storage container, up to nine cans can be stored in the kitchen cupboard, refrigerator or pantry to save space
- Through the front opening of the kitchen organiser tray, cans can be easily taken out; there is enough space to hold nine beverage cans
- This storage box with lid doesn't only hold cans; the lid doubles has an extra shelf and can be used for food items to save even more space in the fridge
- With dimensions of 349 x 146 x 146 cm, this plastic box for food storage offers plenty of space for supplies in the fridge and freezer
- These useful fridge containers are manufactured from easy-to-clean, BPA-free plastic; it is safe for holding food and simply wiped with a mild soapy solution
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The InterDesign Soda Can Holder is your solution to keeping your favorite beverages cold and convenient to store. Made of sturdy plastic, this organizer holds up to 9 cans and has a removable top tray.
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The container with lid in place is too short by about a half inch to load top soda can positions without lifting lid completely off. So loading all 9 cans is impossible without removing tray on top. So forget about using the provided tray as a shelf. You must remove all items on top and tray top before reloading. If I hadn’t destroyed the label, it would be Going back ASAP. If you want more than 5 cans in your fridge don’t buy this one!
I tried reconfiguring my refrigerator shelves to make this work in different places without the lid and not loosing the space above the cans unit. I got fed up with the unit, ended up removing it and reinserting the cans back into product supplied refrigerator packaging. I’m sure I can use it somewhere but not for the advertised purpose.
The biggest con, to me, is that it the top has to be removed to put 9 cans inside. Since I use the top for storage, it means all the stuff has to come off the top, the lid removed, the cans put in, then all the stuff put on. If it was slightly taller, the cans could be loaded without removing the top.