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Cargo Naturals Desktop File, Graphite, 9-1/2 by 7 by 12-1/2-Inch
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- Stylish and sturdy. Store neatly and easily.
- Organize letter hanging files, for desk or shelf; or use as a general tote box.
- Durable and protective acid free fiberboard.
- Decorative metal trim adds stability.
- Metal trimmed handles for portability.
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Cargo Naturals, the authentic home and office organization collection, includes a broad range of filing and storage products in five signature colors. Practical and Stylish. Organize easily and neatly. Strong and durable riveted fiberboard construction. Metal trim accents also add stability. 100-percent paw fiberboard and recyclable.
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|Color||Graphite||Black||Grey||seagrass||Bamboo & Black Leatherette||Red Spice|
|Item Dimensions||12.5 x 7 x 9.5 in||12.25 x 10 x 9.25 in||13 x 7 x 10.2 in||11 x 15 x 10.75 in||12 x 9.2 x 10 in||12.5 x 15.5 x 10.25 in|
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1) It fits Pendaflex and Oxford hanging folders just fine without issues. 5 of 5 stars
2) It fits regular non hanging file folders. 5 of 5 stars
3) It arrives a little beat up because there is no foam inside the file box, and the weight of the box during shipping bends the metal parts. No problem, bend them back. 2 of 5 stars
4) They are sturdy enough for how I use them. 4 of 5 stars
5) The color is 100% accurate. 5 of 5 stars
Note that I do *not* use it for its official purpose. It's on my PC desk with a small shelf of binders, PC, printer, a stack of steam-punky /neo industrial matching Cargo Document Boxes for loose papers and spare printer paper, and also the Media Box in the same product group. I learned it the hard way: once you've experienced a major drive crash or, shudder, a backup drive crash, or noticed to your shock that cloud storage wasn't really backing stuff up quite the way you thought it was, you decide to keep some paper copies to save your ass.
My alternative to hanging file folders in the product is... librarifying necessary clutter.
That's why I bought this hoping I could use it the *wrong* way to replace the brittle plastic open sided vertical magazine file, where everything seemed to get perpetually dusty, and which was so skimpy skinny it kept falling over. This great Cargo Desktop File turns out to be the perfect size to corral the legal pads and clipboards I keep for each major project. In the real world, I discovered you need more than EverNote, OK? So I put stuff here that I have to frequently refer to during the course of a couple days, rather than letting one more stack o' stuff pile up. I will definitely buy another one...this *file box* is so sturdy it could even be set on its side vertically to fit a cubby hole function, as well.
The sturdy-enough metal reinforcement along the open top, you know, where you're supposed to hang file folders, that part of the construction is already taking some serious daily abuse as I grab and replace my clipboards, "project pads" and big notebook-sized day book a couple times a day during work flow. Clutter mischief MANAGED!
PS: So I've now tried just about every item in the Cargo desktop line, and found 3 of them to be not only great looking, but well constructed. However, the giant *Shelf Box* or regular File Box with the steel-reinforced lid is, unfortunately a really inferior and flimsy product; the big Shelf/Dual File Boxes [unfortunately I bought 5 and had discarded the shipping boxes before assembling] are extremely awkward to assemble and once put together, the cardboard sides consistently bow and distort, being much flimsier and less stable than, say, simple banker's box type cardboard filing box. But the rest of the Cargo line --this review's Cargo Desktop File product, as well as the Media Box, and the Document Boxes-- is sturdy, well designed, and you don't slice your hands up in a ridiculous product assembly.
Its probably worth about half what I paid for it, it will work for very light weight filing but don't plan on moving it around much or it will definitely not last
As other reviewers noted, the box is not particularly sturdy--it's not designed for heavy use, and that's why I took off 1 star. If you want it to sit on your desk or shelves and hold files that you access infrequently, it's great.