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Greenco 6 Piece Refrigerator and Freezer Stackable Storage Organizer Bins with Handles, Clear
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- Made of heavy duty durable BPA free material for all types of fridges and freezers. Has built-in carry handles
- Store your fish, meat, fruits, veggies, dairy's and beverages etc. in easy to clean stackable bins. Not dishwasher and microwave safe!
- 1 Egg Holder - Holds 14 eggs. 4.5 x 14.75 x 3 inches. 1 Drink Holder - Holds 9 cans. 5.25 x 13.87 x 3.87 inches
- 2 wide Trays - 8.25 x 14 x 3.75 inches. 2 Narrow Trays - 3.5 x 14 x 3.75 inches
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Keep your refrigerator, freezer, pantry neat and organized with this 6 piece stack-able bin set. Made of heavy duty durable BPA free material which won't crack and break easily. Has built in easy to carry handles. Easy to care, wash with soapy warm water. Do not! use in dishwasher and microwave and do not store warm foods or boiling liquids.
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1) The containers do provide some separation of space which does give my refrigerator some sense of attempted organization.
1) The feet on the wider bins are too wide to fit between the bars of a standard wire bottom refrigerator shelf (causing the bins to slide around) unless you turn the container(s) sideways. The problem is that doing that takes up more width than depth on the shelf, and only allows enough space for one wide container because the top of the container is wider than the bottom. And it had to be pushed to the back of the fridge in order for me to utilize the rest of the space on the shelf.
2) Yes, four of the six containers are stackable. However, there is no opening anywhere to get to the things you put in the bottom containers, which means having to remove the top container any time you need to get to anything on the bottom. In this way, these containers actually made more work for me, not less.
3) If you have glass bottom shelves in your refrigerator, these probably aren't the best option for you. They have feet designed to slide between the bars of a wire bottom refrigerator shelf to keep them from sliding around. On glass, there is nothing to prevent this and every time you open or close the refrigerator door, they're going to slide.
No matter how I configured them, I could not get all six containers to fit inside of my fridge in any way that would have been helpful because of the need to turn the wider containers sideways and the inefficiency of stacking them and the two smaller containers. I wound up using four containers in the fridge (the two smaller ones which I didn't have any problems with, one of the wide containers turned sideways, and the soda can container) and two in my pantry (the second wide container and the egg container which I have been using to organize my spices since I can't eat eggs).
The jury is still out for me on whether or not these bins create more trouble than they're worth. I don't feel like they provide much convenience for the money and I'm sort of glad that I didn't pay full price for them. I think if I had, I'd have actually been more mad than I am about them not working as well as I would have liked.
* I received this product in exchange for a fair and unbiased review. *
To make them stackable, you just have to flip the top bin so that the handle bulge of the top one overlaps the handle indent of the bottom. It's actually really nice - flip the top box and they stack, flip the top box again, and they nest for easy storage. Hopefully this information will save other potentially angry reviewers from having to eat crow.