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Menu - Container , black

5 of 5 stars 2 Reviews

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Painted steel container

Menu's Bath Container comes with the Scandinavian design typical of Norm Architects, which is elegant but modest, beautiful but inconspicuous and fulfils every task set to it.

The dismountable container is easy to clean, non-slip, practical and fits into every kitchen, bathroom or toilet thanks to its discreet appearance. The outer shell is made of painted steel, which protects the container from damage. The inside of the lid contains a mirror.

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Item no. 120042
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Material steel, plastic
Colour Black
Dimensions Height: 11 cm, Depth: 8.5 cm, Length: 8.5 cm, Diameter: 8.5 cm
Weight 295 g (without packaging)
EAN 5709262956944
Design Norm Architects
More information Product Data Sheet of the Container by manufacturer Menu (PDF 868 KB)
Category Bathroom Supplies

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Customer reviews

Simple and elegant

5 of 5 stars 2019-05-13, , Menu - Container , black

Automatically translated from German

As with all products I have purchased from Menu/Norm Architects' Bath series, the workmanship of the container is beyond doubt. The body, made of powder-coated steel, is solid and has a very valuable feel and appearance. Due to the flat rubber ring attached to the floor, the container also stands securely on smooth surfaces. The highlight for me, however, is the mirror integrated into the lid, which interacts with the content in an appealing way.

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Good, but not good enough

4 of 5 stars 2019-05-13, , Menu - Container , black
1 of 2 customers have found this review helpful.

Automatically translated from German

How easily everything in the bathroom gets too colourful. This is where the container comes in. However, this bathroom series from Menu is not as good as the model from vipp in terms of quality. The metal end of the toothbrush cup looks angular and slightly bulky; the insert is made of hard plastic instead of rubber. So in the end the realization remains: Le meilleur est l'ennemi du bien. (The better is the fine of the good.)

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