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Hanibal Regal Low

by Tojo

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Hanibal Regal Low

Low

€505,00 EUR

2010

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€505,00 EUR

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Tojo-hanibal is a modular shelving system, the structure of which is based on H-shaped elements. These are simply stacked on top of one another and fixed in place by a sophisticated mechanism without any screws. Tojo-hanibal is available in 4 sizes. Tojo-hanibal is set up next to each other and there is the right combination for every room position. // white 


Dimensions

• Low: Length :198cm Width :35cm Height :58cm

Designer

FLOID Produktdesign

Weight

48 kg

 

Material

MDF coated

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5.0 Based on 8 Reviews
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KS
04/14/2017
Krishan S.
Excellent storage solution for shoes; easy to assemble

Excellent storage solution for shoes; easy to assemble and large capacity. I have a bunch of sons and I can fit two shoes in one cubby even with men’s size 12’s. Hightops did require their own cubby for each shoe, boots don’t fit. Is it cheap particle board and cardboard? Yes but it functions, is well worth the price, and plenty sturdy for its purpose. Would it break if my kids stood on it? Probably, but I put it under a shelf so hopefully they won’t. And let’s face it, kids break everything, I’m not going to waste money on a high end organizer. This is perfect for families with lots of feet.

CH
04/13/2017
Conna H.
I purchased this for our mud room to store more shoes.

I purchased this for our mud room to store more shoes. However, it isn't good for us as it doesn't fit the bigger shoes for my sons who all wear 11 and 11.5. The shoes are both too wide and too long to fit in each cubby. So if you have big people in your house, you may want to rethink your purchase. My son assembled the organizer and it seems pretty sturdy so far. We are still using it but have to turn the shoe on its side and it sticks out a bit. Some of the heavy duty sneakers may not fit in there.

KS
04/13/2017
Krishan S.
Excellent storage solution for shoes; easy to assemble

Excellent storage solution for shoes; easy to assemble and large capacity. I have a bunch of sons and I can fit two shoes in one cubby even with men’s size 12’s. Hightops did require their own cubby for each shoe, boots don’t fit. Is it cheap particle board and cardboard? Yes but it functions, is well worth the price, and plenty sturdy for its purpose. Would it break if my kids stood on it? Probably, but I put it under a shelf so hopefully they won’t. And let’s face it, kids break everything, I’m not going to waste money on a high end organizer. This is perfect for families with lots of feet.

HW
04/12/2017
Hareem W.
I had one in my closet and with my added collection of

I had one in my closet and with my added collection of shoes, required another. This one fit perfectly on top of the existing closet maid shoe organizer from over five years ago, was cheaper than Target, in stock, and delivered to my house. Win - win. It holds a pair of women’s size 7-8 shoes perfectly - the cotton row is a it bigger to handle my crocs and higher shoe-booties. Sturdy - easy to clean - neat - easy to put shoes away or get them out to wear.

CH
04/12/2017
Conna H.
I purchased this for our mud room to store more shoes.

I purchased this for our mud room to store more shoes. However, it isn't good for us as it doesn't fit the bigger shoes for my sons who all wear 11 and 11.5. The shoes are both too wide and too long to fit in each cubby. So if you have big people in your house, you may want to rethink your purchase. My son assembled the organizer and it seems pretty sturdy so far. We are still using it but have to turn the shoe on its side and it sticks out a bit. Some of the heavy duty sneakers may not fit in there.