We installed would strips on the wall and screwed them into the wood. They are super secure and hold all the weight I can put in them. I am a glass artist so I store glass and other supplies that are quite heavy in them. Works great!
I didn't put any nails or screws into mine.
If you use industrial strength screws then i wouldn't do more than 50lbs just to be on the safe side
It weighs 5.8lbs, but thanks to its sturdy structure it is very strong
Great for a growing boys toy box. Super happy its like my tools.
Why do you need a discount at only $11 each?!
Drywall screws and a decent size washer would do it
That's a question for Home Depot management.
I apologize for my previous answer as I just took another look at my bins, and see that there are a couple of holes about 2 feet apart on the top rim. A couple of heavy 6” or so screws, could screw through the upper rim (about 1” thick) and into some studs to let the bin hang on a wall. You could add a couple of screws through the back of the bin towards the bottom of the bin perhaps with a flat washer so it doesn’t pull through, for a more secure attachment. Not something I would do with them, but it looks like they would hold up, as long as they have a solid connection into wall studs.