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Blue Hills Studio SC10MC Storage Cart 10-Drawer (Standard) Multi-Colored
- Interlocking rail and drawer system
- Molded stops
- Each drawer can hold up to 3 pounds
- Carts have four casters
- 15 inches d x 11 1/4 inches w x 38 inches h
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|Item Dimensions||6.25 x 16 x 37.5 in||12.8 x 15.3 x 38.2 in||25.13 x 15.25 x 31.75 in||14.5 x 24.6 x 34.2 in||8.5 x 16 x 36 in||21.5 x 15.25 x 28.75 in|
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BLUE HILLS STUDIO-Storage Carts. These rolling carts are ideal for storing large and small tools; embellishments; punches; stamps; paper and more. The chrome frame and locking swivel casters are sturdy and stylish combined with the smoke colored or multi-colored drawers. This cart contains ten drawers (2-3/4 by 10-1/2 by 14-1/2-inch); measures 37.8 by 13.2 by 15.4-inch; is constructed of metal and plastic and requires quick and easy assembly. Colors: chrome frame with either multi-colored or Smoke colored drawers (each sold separately). Imported.
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- It has 10 drawers - great for sorting/storing a large variety of items.
- It is small, lightweight and it rolls - can be moved from spot to spot or room to room quite easily, and it doesn't take up much space anywhere.
- The drawers can be easily removed all the way - so you can take one out and carry it from place to place, to use the items in it wherever you want, and then put it back when you're done.
- If something does get jammed in one of the drawers, it's easy to take the drawer above it out so you can reach in and move the objects in the drawer below to unstick them.
- The drawers can be rearranged, if you don't like the rainbow order of them. You can put them in whatever order you like, since they're all the same.
- It comes in different versions, with different dimensions, to fit different storage needs. Note that the dimensions listed in the product title only match certain versions of the product. Currently there are five versions listed - the dimensions in the title don't match the taller, narrower units. The shorter, wider units have drawers large enough to hold 12" wide paper or scrapbooks - but the narrower units' drawers aren't that wide - they're only about 9" wide at the bottom. Also, the dimensions listed are outer dimensions of the unit, not interior drawer dimensions. The drawers are slightly tapered so they're narrower at the bottom than at the top.
- It doesn't do well with heavy objects. If the drawers are overloaded they sag in the middle, and that can cause them to bind on the tracks and not slide in and out well. They could potentially get completely stuck, or even possibly bend in the middle enough to pull themselves off the tracks.
I store pens, pencils, markers, scissors, labels, various types of craft paper and stickers, and other small and not especially heavy objects in most of the drawers. The heaviest thing I have in any of them is a ream of regular printer paper in one of the lowest drawers - but that may be a little outside the per-drawer weight limit I'd recommend. If you're looking for something to store a lot of heavier objects this isn't your best buy.
- The drawers are plastic and when they slide back and forth on the metal tracks the plastic sometimes loses tiny "strings" of plastic that scrape off them - I've cleaned up these tiny plastic curls from time to time - but it's not as if they're shedding piles of them on a regular basis.
- The knobs on the fronts of the drawers are chrome-colored plastic. They're sort of cheap looking, and the finish is starting to wear off some of them. It did come with one extra knob. You have to screw all the knobs onto the drawers yourself, though it's not difficult.
- The frame assembly isn't too difficult, but all the screws need to be tightened very well or the whole thing will be wobbly. Once you get all the pieces together you should go back and re-tighten all the screws. From time to time it's a good idea to take out all the drawers and tighten up all the screws - I've done that about once per year.
- The drawers are open at their tops so they can get some dust in them. The metal top of the cart is also perforated so dust gets through it that way too. I've been thinking about making some kind of removable fabric dust cover that would cover the top and wrap around the sides and back of the cart, to keep out dust.
I don't think this is a piece of furniture that will last for decades, but if you make sure to put it together tightly, don't overload it, and tighten it up periodically it will last for some years and is a convenient and functional storage solution for a lot of odds and ends. When it does finally reach the end of its lifespan at least it will be pretty easy to take apart and recycle the scrap metal and plastic bins.