‘Give the chaos a boot, is the clever slogan through which IKEA wants to attract some attention to the waste found in the trunk of cars in Australia. I got it, because boat It means both the luggage compartment and the luggage compartment. The translation of “working with garbage” might be funny here. To organize your car trunk, IKEA comes with Kör, which is Swedish for drive. And of course it sounds like car in English.
IKEA investigated how Australians use the car boot. According to the survey, 52% of respondents have a messy luggage compartment. 79 percent will use the rear cargo area to store items. A third also puts things in the trunk of the car to make the house look tidier. Thanks to the organizer from IKEA, your box should look tidy again.
According to the meatball restaurant, the Kör is a “one-size-fits-all model based on a mid-size SUV.” The one-size-fits-all idea is one-size-fits-all, but oh well. You choose the Kör version based on your personality. Just look at the names of the different versions: sports junkie, beach lover, adventurer, busy dad, pet owner, and fashion influencer.
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Kör can be collected completely free of charge from branches in Richmond, Canberra, Tempe, North Lakes and Adelaide. Will IKEA keep this product on the shelves after all the freebies are sold out or is this just an aggressive promotion? We fear the second. If you’re in Australia between October 7 and 13, you can pick it up then.
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