|Size||4-1/2" Tall Drawers|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||4|
|Specification met||Certified frustration-free|
|Item model number||8812|
|Product Dimensions||15.24 x 20.07 x 11.43 cm; 1.22 Kilograms|
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STORi Audrey Stackable Cosmetic Organizer Drawers 4-1/2" Tall | set of 2 Clear
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|Item dimensions LxWxH||15.2 x 20.1 x 11.4 centimetres|
|Item weight||2.7 Pounds|
About this item
- Convenient cosmetic 2-drawer set proudly made in the USA
- Use individually or stack to save space on a vanity or under the sink
- Each 6-inch wide by 4-1/2-inch tall drawer is just right for eyeshadow, makeup compacts, and bottles
- Also perfect on bathroom shelves to store skincare essentials
- Stackable 2-drawer set in clear | customize cosmetic storage with the other compatible drawers in the Audrey collection
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Stackable Organizer Drawers
Keep cosmetics organized. Great for makeup brushes, lipstick, nail polish and palettes. Also use under the sink for hair accessories, cotton balls, and medicine.
Organize Office Supplies and Craft Items
Perfect drawers for art and office supplies. Store beads, stamps, crayons and more in your craft room. Desk organization is simple using the drawers to hold pens, pencils and markers.
Organize Coffee and Tea
Organize kitchen and pantry supplies. Keep food, condiments, and utensils organized. Use near the coffee maker for espresso, creamer, sugar packets, Keurig K-cups, and Nepresso pods.
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-The 1st photo collage is the measurements. I made it easy for reviewers to read. Make sure to read the fine details on each photo that helps describe what it is.
-The rest of the photos are items of random things in my bathroom to show you what can fit inside. Each photo has been tested to make sure the drawer fully closes with max capacity.
-I did NOT like the price of these. Only 2 plastic drawers for $21.99.
Yeah, the prices are not a good one. I want to buy more, however i will unless the prices drop OR if I can get them from the seller on a discounted rate for buying a LOT of them at once. They do have some nice ones at "The Container Store" that are similar, cheaper, and different sizes. I bought these after I found out about TCS ones.
-As I was looking at reviews, most of the photos were either makeup or fingernail polish and that is not what I wanted these for. Yes, they are small... but they do hold a good bit. This is why I am showing random items in the drawers in the photos.
-4/5 stars only bc of the price. Pretty expensive for something cheaply made.
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Problem 1: Friction. And Engineering laziness.
I thought this would be like the jewelry acrylic drawers where there is a slide that the drawer fits into, and when you remove it, the drawer glides out. That's a big deal. In the case of the acrylic jewelry boxes, the drawer isn't just resting in the space with acrylic rubbing on acrylic. Instead, it's is suspended (as drawers should be) on little drawer slides. These have no drawer slides. It is literally just one cube, pushed into the larger cube. When you slide it out, it rubs the sides and bottom, creating friction and more of an unnatural pull. This also means that replacing the drawer creates friction. There isn't a smoothness to the glide. It's a tug to get out, a shove to get it back in. At this price point? Seriously?
Problem 2: Did no one in the engineering department have a ruler handy on design day?
The outer cube is a full inch longer than the inner cube. You an actually see how ill-fitted the inner cube is (I refuse to call this a drawer) compared to the outer drawer. Maybe if this were an opaque set, that wouldn't be noticed. But it's a acrylic....see through..... We can see your laziness people.
One set arrived damaged. This one I'll let go. It's acrylic after all, and doesn't like to be dinged, even in a well-padded environment. I can't fault the padding attempts as the boxes were reasonably packaged. Just know to look for it.
I think it's just misleading to call this a drawer. If the only thing this was meant to provide was a stackable see-through storage device, there are other items out there. For the price, keep looking. They make stacking acrylic with hinged lids (just do a quick search...I'm not going to name drop here), that would satisfy that purpose.
Overall, give this a pass until the brilliant engineering team decides to add the drawer slides to ethically call this a "drawer". As it stands, it's more like the fabric cubes that sit inside cubbies - but no one has the audacity to call them "drawers".