Richards Homewares 6 Pocket Bedside Storage Mattress Book Remote Caddy (Caddy, Black)
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- Equipped with 3 deep pockets and 3 mesh pockets to hold it all!
- With heavy weight 600 Denier Polyester it is plenty durable to be your bedside organizer
- Dimensions: 10" h x 5" w x 12.5" d
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Now there are no instructions. Makes me wonder if my discovery is an unintentional benefit. If the intention of the "hidden" bendable bar is to allow you to create traction, then why were there no instructions? So many people are giving this product 1 star reviews because this feature, intentional or not, is not obvious. In any case, follow my tip and you'll get good use out of this organizer.
Some have requested that I included pictures, so here it is. Amazon has been kind of sporadic with picture uploads. I hope the pictures show up.
Even upon opening the package, I could see that the Richards Homeware bag was a dollar-store piece of machine-cut flimsy canvas compared to the identically-priced (in 7/15) Gearbox Bedside Caddy, which is made of rugged material and constructed with professional workmanship. I hoped I was wrong: appearances can be deceptive--perhaps the thin material of the Richards Homewares caddy would prove to be as tough as my first Bed Caddy. After all, it cost as much. No such luck, the seams split even though I lightened up on the gadgets and weight in the bag.
Conclusion: this bag should be going for 3 or 4 bucks instead of a price comparable with that of the vastly superior Gearbox Bed Caddy. In fact, if you plan to use this black bag for anything beyond a few lightweight magazines, I'd advise not wasting any time on it.
CAVEAT (applying to all of these bags): the flap alone will not keep the bag in place. Rather than wait for the flap to slip out from the mattress and write another complaint, do the obvious by immediately fastening the flap to your lower mattress. I use 3 giant-sized 4" safety pins purchased from Amazon. You may prefer the suggestions of other reviewers, some of whom prefer a velcro system. But please, no more complaints about a "slippery flap." It's the material, the durability, the actual usability, the size of compartments , the quality of the stitching that should receive all of your attention--not the flap!
If your goal is to purchase for less than $10 a bedside caddy that will last for more than a couple of months, you would be poorly advised to purchase the caddy that Amazon is currently listing as "#1 Best Seller." Such a claim always invites the inverse one: "Amazon's Worst Value."
Had a strong smell. It may be a good idea to attach velcro to the insertable part of the fabric so it can better stay under the couch or mattress.
That's pretty much why I knocked off 2 stars.
Otherwise it did it's job of holding things for me and had lots of useful pockets.
If they fix the smell and maybe consider a second version with the velcro I'd think about recommending or gifting this.