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Create more space in your garage, shop, basement, or other room by getting your bins off the floor and hanging them on the wall with the Enviro Stacker.

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The Enviro Stacker mounts on walls built with 16″ on-center studs using just a screwdriver and a level.  Each 11-1/2″ by 18″ ABS/polycarbonate bracket will hold up to 50lbs.

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To accommodate many different types of bins, the top of the Enviro Stacker has been molded so the reinforcing ribs of different bins will fit into one of the many slots.  The bin still might hang off-centered, but that’s OK as long as its center of gravity is still on the bracket.

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Made in Canada, one Enviro Stacker runs $9 at Lee Valley Tools.

Enviro Stacker [Corporate Site]
Enviro Stacker [Lee Valley]

 

12 Responses to Get Your Bins Off The Floor

  1. Rick says:

    I don’t mean to be a jerk about this, but, why can’t you just use a piece of 1/2″ or 3/4″ plywood with some kerfs cut into it?

  2. Chris says:

    @Rick – I was thinking the exact same thing.

  3. Toolhearty says:

    …why can’t you just use a piece of 1/2″ or 3/4″ plywood with some kerfs cut into it?

    Jerk.

    (just kidding, :) )

  4. Ken says:

    If we just use some 1/2″ or 3/4″ plywood with some kerfs cut into it then nobody would spend the $9 on the stupid piece of plastic and all the R&D effort would be wasted.

  5. Jerry says:

    Hey! They put “enviro” in the name to make everyone think there is something environmentally wonderful about this thing. How could you not want to be environmentally supportive?

  6. paganwonder says:

    Surprising as it sounds I have 3 neighbors around me who lack the materials, tools and abilities to make these themselves- and I’m not doing it for them for 9 bucks a piece! So, I guess there might be a market for these.

  7. Robert C says:

    And those knid of people are frequent shoppers at Lee Valley?

  8. Ken says:

    I actually think this pretty cool. Yeah you can cut some wood and make one yourself, but i am in time management mode. This takes the time factor out of figuring it out and building one myself. I can just buy it and install it. My bins are stacked and they tend to tip over, but I have lots of room near the top of my garage and storage space, so this works pretty good

  9. trixie says:

    There’s definately a lot to know about this
    issue. I like all the points you’ve made.

  10. Marion says:

    I would love one of these! It doesn’t appear that Lee Valley carries them anymore. Is there some where else I can purchase?

  11. lynn says:

    I’ve looked all over for these!! saw one in a garage for a house that was for sale. Great idea.
    …. And to the person that suggested you make your own out of wood, thanks, but I’ll spend the $9-
    Perhaps you have time to do it after you bake your own bread ?

  12. Lynn… would it not be better to slap together a few pieces of wood to get the same effect while the bread is rising? This would give you about a 30 minute window to make it… for what it is, that should be enough time.

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