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boby trolley


colorful modern storage for the organization-challenged friends on your holiday gift list...designed by joe colombo, the boby trolley has ample storage space plus nifty swing-out trays that make it perfect for a number of uses (made of abs plastic in white, orange, red or black). starting at $299, available at 2modern.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

We had these in our office in San Francisco years ago. We threw about 5 of them away because they became just piled up with junk. Nobody used them. They're interesting to look at but useless to use. The compartments are just not convenient, and the three (yes, 3) wheels make them precarious when loaded up. Don't bother.

8:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I use mine everyday. It has 5 wheels (as do the ones pictured).

8:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was thinking of getting one of these, but then I realized for my storage needs Dorthee Becker's utensilo suited me much better. Don't negled mod plastic storage device!


4:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have several of these in my office...they are very functional and people compliment me on them all the time.

5:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmm, 5 wheels. I distinctly remember ours had 3, must be an update, like the Eames office chairs with 5 feet now (not 4). I'm glad people still find them useful, I'd have thrown them your way had I known.

1:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

my brother is a designer and my parents bought him one about 20 years ago for a gift.

he still has it. it's in great condition and he loves it.

you can still get them a places like www.topdeq.com

or http://www.nova68.com/

do a search for joe colombo trolley it's called the boby trolley

7:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i ordered mine from owo.it i also got utensilo for xmas and i must say it rocks ....
owo.it has free shipping btw

2:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have one of these and the wheels are broken - anyone know where I can get replacements? Thanks - Stefanie

7:46 AM  

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