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Way Basics Eco Stackable Connect Storage Cube with Shelf

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About this item

Highlights

  • LIFETIME GUARANTEE. Happiness with product and service promised by CEO and Founder
  • Made from zBoard recycled paperboard, eco friendly, non-toxic, VOC and formaldehyde free
  • Tool-free assembly
  • Maximum load 50 lbs. (recommended)
  • Interior Dimensions (inch): 10.7 Depth x 11.8 Width x 11.8 Height
  • Exterior Dimensions (inch): 11.2 Depth x 13.4 Width x 13.4 Height

Specifications

Dimensions (Overall): 12.6 inches (H) x 13.4 inches (W) x 11.2 inches (D)

Material: ZBoard Paperboard (Frame)

Weight: 5.1 pounds

Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, no tools needed

Sustainability Claims: Contains Recycled Content, recyclable

Number of Shelves: 1

Maximum Shelf Weight Capacity: 50 pounds

Primary item stored: Universal storage

Holds up to: 50 pounds

Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean

TCIN: 51493130
UPC: 819767011972
Item Number (DPCI): 002-11-0819

Description

Meet the cube, Way Basics best-selling modular storage series that just got an upgrade through the Connect Series. Featuring a shelf inside the cube itself, the Connect Shelf Cube changes the game by adding another level to your organization. Available in a variety of colors, the cube is the perfect cubby for your keepsakes or books. To assemble zBoard storage products, simply peel, stick, done! Tool-free and hardware free. Super strong 3M heavy duty adhesive bonds the boards together. All our products are formaldehyde free and VOC free so it's safe for your family and our environment. Must be used right side up as shown.
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Guest Ratings & Reviews

2.4 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
43% would recommend
7 recommendations
value: 2.4 out of 5
quality: 3 out of 5

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Cheaply made

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Bonbon - 18 days ago, Verified purchaser
Falls apart easily. Very light weight, like a thick laminated cereal box. I doubt it will hold anything heavier than a pad of paper without coming apart. Made cheaply & cost too much, particleboard would be better.
quality: 1 out of 5
value: 1 out of 5
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Great for out of the way places and just the right stackable sizes.

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
wrongcolors - 1 month ago, Verified purchaser
love these, no trees cut down, and lightweight and stackable. I am very happy so I bought 2 ea.
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Disappointing product

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Anonymous - 6 months ago, Verified purchaser
The most disappointing cheaply made price of crap, it looks like someone slapped together 4 prices of cardboard. Not worth the money when target offers tons of nicer ones for the same price. It looks nothing like the picture and is 1/2 the size. So disappointing and I will be returning to immediately
quality: 1 out of 5
value: 1 out of 5
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for what it IS, and what it *claims to be* - it's ok

3 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
BuffaloBillie - 8 months ago, Verified purchaser
I, too, was disappointed to find that the only cubbies available in the sizes I needed (to maximize the organizational capacity of an old entertainment center, see pics), were these cheap looking, overly priced, cardboard boxes. Beau and I have undergone a massive re-org project in our home, and have come to love the cubby shelving by both Threshold and Room Essentials. But again, for several reasons these were what was available to me. I am guessing others are in the same boat, so a couple of notes that might be helpful to some: Managing expectations: these *are* overpriced cardboard cubbies held together by 3M adhesive tape and short dowels. I am thinking the prices will come down if the company does well, but as of this review (March 2019) the price point is way too high for what they are (and is why I deducted a star). Otherwise, if you look at their description, they are telling you all this. They are not lying to you and saying these are wooden or particle board. For my uses, these are fine. I would not want to use them to support anything expensive or heavy. But I plan to store paper and craft items on them. Miscellaneous: we have purchased a ton of assembly-required furniture from Target and have experienced the occasional issue. In all cases Target customer service resolved the issue. It helps not to be in a rush. We factor in extra time in case we need to contact the company for replacement items. The same was true here. Target resolved a shipping problem, but it added 10 days to my project. These shelves are held together with double-sided tape. At this price point, they should consider a better quality tape that has a tab instead of serrated edge for pulling off the protective layer because as careful as we were we would still rip the tape from the shelving if we were not careful. And if that happens there isn't really a way to fix it. This is why I deducted a second star. You need to orient these shelves as directed because the dowels are weight bearing. Don't turn them on their sides. For added measure, we weighed them down overnight to make sure the tape stuck. We also gripped them by the bottom when moving them. I would recommend them with the above caveats. I also think they would be great for folks with physical challenges since they are so light, and require no hammering or drilling. If assembling a large one, it's useful to have a friend nearby. Check their website for my details about the Way Basics company and products. TLdr: I think this company is trying to do something good, and I recommend visiting the website prior to purchasing. The price point needs to come down, and the tape issues resolved. But for my needs it works ok, and Target customer service worked with us to resolve an issue. If, like me, this is the only option, be sure to weigh them down overnight, and carry them by the bottom. Orient them as directed because of how the weight is distributed.
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quality: 4 out of 5
value: 2 out of 5
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4 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Anonymous - 9 months ago, Verified purchaser
I'm using this as a shoe shelf. It works well and is sturdier than I was expecting. It is very lightweight.
value: 3 out of 5
quality: 4 out of 5
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Not worth 25 bucks

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Mromero - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I need more book space and thought this looked good. It’s more of a nick nake shelf.
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Questionable. Probably won't hold up.

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
K - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I seriously question the structural integrity of this shelf. I like that it's made from recyclable materials, but there are no nails or pre-drilled holes/screws--it's seriously just wooden pegs and 3M adhesive similar to command strip adhesive to put the shelf together (I'm not sure what I expected with "hardware free" in the description, but I'm still a little surprised). You aren't supposed to flip this on its side either per the directions that came with the shelf, which I wish I would have known before purchasing. I highly doubt this is going to last more than a year before falling apart and being something I have to put back together with super glue or try nailing together. What's the point of having a product from recycled materials if it's going to still end up in a landfill in a couple of years? This is probably worth more like $10-15 than $25.
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