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Amazon has dropped the price of the Humble Crew Toy Organizer that thousands of Amazon shoppers swear by for an easy way to keep their kids’ play corners clutter-free. Measuring 42 inches long, 35 inches high, and 15.5 inches wide, the extra-large organizer is large enough to hold a multitude of toys and games.
Designed for kids ages 3 and up, the toy organizer can store toys of all shapes and sizes, thanks to its 16 plastic storage bins: 12 of them are small (12 by 9 inches) and 4 are larger (16 by 12 inches). Shoppers say the open storage system with removable bins makes it easy for kids to find and grab their favorite toys.
The frame is reinforced with steel studs and each of the four tiers can hold up to 20 pounds, depending on the brand. Plus, the organizer has stabilizing straps that help keep it upright, and it comes with anti-tip straps and hardware for added peace of mind. Another safety feature is its rounded corners.
It is available in six colors to suit a variety of rooms. While the price depends on the color you choose, the natural wood and white style are currently on sale for $59.
Buy it! Humble Crew Toy Organizer, $58.99 (original $79.99); amazon.com
The toy organizer has earned nearly 13,000 five-star ratings, with customers saying it’s easy to assemble and “the perfect storage solution” for their kids’ toys.
“I’m very picky about how we store our toys in my home! I’m a teacher and I know kids need clear labels and consistency with where things go so they can clean up successfully “, wrote a reviewer. “I love that I can just grab a bin or two to bring to the table for my kids while I’m cooking or teaching remotely. They also love being able to find things quickly, instead of rummaging through a toy box to a specific thing.”
Others pointed out that it helped their children learn about other responsibilities, saying it was “great for teaching your kids to be organized.”