Stackable Storage Tubs With Locking Lid- Small

Item: 154393

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Set of Five Stackable Storage Tubs - A Clear Solution For Classroom Organization


These clear-plastic tubs hold plenty of supplies, manipulatives, or craft materials. Each tub has colorful red handles that lock the lid in place. Space-saving feature: they stack to save valuable shelf space.

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  • Set of 5
    Size: 8"L by 4"H by 5"W

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

3 Star
3.0 (based on 7 reviews)

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Easy To Use (5)

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Reviewed by 7 Customers
2 Stars

Lid handles are flimsy

I want to use these to organize math manipulatives for my students. However, the red handles seem like they will break with repeated use and the lids do not seal without them. I wish I had purchased other bins with lids that lock without a handle. I'll use them for now but I might end up having to use them without the lids.
7/15/2016
By Cat loving teacher from , CA
2 Stars

Broken when arrived

These work nicely in the classroom for crayons and markers! They stack well too. The labels did not come off nicely and one of my containers was broken upon arrival! :(
9/25/2015
By UPK Teacher from , NY
2 Stars

Labels are hard to remove. Lids don't seem to fit tight.
9/17/2015
By from , CO
4 Stars

Great and Easy to Store Storage!

I use these storage bins for crayons that my students use on a daily basis.
12/31/2012
By Kimmiet613 from San Antonio, TX
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5 Stars

Great Storage for Manipulatives

I have used these bins in my classroom for several years now. They are just right for holding manipulatives for math activities. I probably have about 20 of them and I am buying more. I can fit lots of them close together on a shelf and they also stack. Once you show the kids how to open them, they can open them easily. With daily use, I have only had one handle break, but the bin is still usable.
7/31/2012
By First Grade Teacher from West Jordan, UT
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