|Item Weight||22 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.9 x 29 x 12.9 inches|
|Item model number||25004|
|Material Type||Melamine Laminated Particle Board|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||4.25in. x 32.75in. x 12.50in.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||25004|
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Fellowes 25004 12-Section Compartment Sorter, Melamine Laminated, Dove Gray
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- 12-Compartment desktop sorter includes labels and plastic channels.
- 200-lb. test corrugated fiberboard divider system.
- Constructed of 5/8" thermalfused melamine laminated particle board.
- Constructed of 5/8" thermal fused melamine laminated particle board.
- For letter size materials.
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That said, it's been a decade and I've moved more times than I can remember--in & out of dorms, parents' house, apartment(s)- and it hasn't fallen apart yet. Some minor cosmetic stuff, light scuffing. The melamine holds up.
Pricey, though. I've seen it fluctuate from ~$32 (what I paid) to $50+.
I purchased one of these last year: Fellowes Bankers Box 21-Compartment Literature Sorter, Letter (04210). It's All-Cardboard with a square-metal frame embedded in the front [lip]. It is adequate. This product needs to have two-to-four of the bottom nooks filled to "stabilize" it.
Anyhow, having these things have certainly helped.. me... developmentally. I wish I had them beginning in middle school. They work great for syllabi, course handouts, notes, homework, magazines, scrap, envelopes, junk, etc. The top area can be used for other things such as a pencil/paper clip/Post-It holder, scotch tape dispenser, stapler, calculator, etc. On a last note: yes, I could use a filing cabinet/box. But personally, I find that that are more suitable for documents that are not retrieved on a daily/weekly basis (old syllabi/projects, for instance).
Also, you would be well advised to purchase some woodworking glue to put this together. The kit includes a tiny vial of glue which, if you're frugal with it, might just barely get you through the installation. Get a small bottle of woodworking glue and save yourself the frustration of running out, halfway through the job.
Other than that, this works. It looks ok. It's fairly costly for what you're getting.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good product. However, It's a little higher in price than I feel it rates, therefore I wouldn't buy it again but it is serving its purpose.Published 3 months ago by Juli R.
Instructions were not for this model. Used my hand to secure the top and side pieces. The middle busted almost completely through. Very cheap wood is used. It looks nice. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Steve
I haven't had a chance to put it together but I suspect it's cheesier than I thought due to the weight ... will review later if it's better/worse than I thought.Published 17 months ago by Robin Stark
The shelves are cardboard, the thing comes in parts that get put together with glue and the color doesn't match the picture....looks like something out of the 70'sPublished on August 26, 2013 by Chris Parsons
The item was broken in two, and had been used and returned the pre - drilled holes had been srewed into them and broken on the sides of the holes so you could clearly see that... Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by linda clayton
The shelf broke before we even had it assembled. The shelves are made of cardboard, not wood or even laminate. Very disapppointed. Don't buy this one!Published on November 17, 2012 by Lisa Tisdel