My estimates are roughly 10 to 15lbs. I've stacked 4 to 5 high before with no problem. The bins were filled with clothes, toys, misc. keep sakes. Yes, there is a community that answers these questions. Most if not all are customers who have purchased the items already and have used them for some time now so that we may be able to give you a good response back. Also, the manufacturer keeps tabs as well and frequently a rep will answer the questions as well. I've been doing this for about 5 to 7 years now for Home Depot. I hope this helps... Good Luck! E
Clear plastic. It is not super thick and you have to be careful To inspect them before leaving the store. The plastic is not as durable as the duralight or strerite brand in my opinion...but they are functional because of the flap and the see through plastic.
Seriously??? They can be stacked opened empty, empty (all) & full ......think people
It certainly isn't because of the cost. Pricing of products does seem to be irrational at times, particularly when there are multiple items packaged together. I think Home Depot has discovered there is more price competition at the single product level than in packs of multiples--thus the single item has a lower price.
I do not know the rated weight this container will handle but it is not a heavy duty one like some others Home Depot stocks. If you wish to store clothes, their weight should present no problem for the container.
The external dimensions of the tote are 14.9 inches wide, 21.3 inches long and 13.1 inches tall. 'The sides slope down so the bottom dimensions are slightly less. Moreover, the internal dimensions are also slightly less by the width of the walls.
Not the 4-pack. They're in the storage department as singles, which another poster noticed that they're cheaper individually, anyway.