Fellowes� Literature Organizer, 48 Compartments, 34 11/16H x 38 1/4W x 11 7/8D, Dove Gray
The quality of this product is terrible. I ordered 3 of them, 2 had plastic that was broken apart and unusable. The particle board is not that bad, but the interior structure is literally thin cardboard. There is no good support for this to hold anything more then a few pieces of paper, without the cubbies sagging. So disapointed.
April 9, 2014
I'm very disappointed with the materials & the construction of this whole unit. I very excited to see the picture and had high expectations of a good quality product. When I opened the box I could not believe it....4 wooden sides and the rest is CARDBOARD!! I PAID $143.00 FOR CARDBOARD!!!! This is the worst purchase e-v-e-r!!! I would think for that type of money the dividers would be hard plastic but CARDBOARD? GIVE ME A BREAK!!! This organizer should be $25.00. Also I had to drill holes to make the sides stay together. The dowl pin pre-drilled holes were too deep. There should be corner braces. Do not buy unless you have power tools and you know how to build projects.
June 15, 2013
do not get
unit is not useabal.
frame is poor quality partical board (compressed sawdust not much glue).
shelves are cardboard, same as shipping box.
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might work as a templete if you bought real wood.
July 6, 2010
Reconsider this Purchase
Very excited with the original purchase. Assembly was a nightmare, but I was persistent - used a wall; a full trashcan & packs of paper to keep it together during assembly. Had to put all sides back together when it was lifted to the desk. Before filling, the bottom row dividers started buckling. I made a 10" W shelf along the bottom, placed reams of paper in one and stacked literature high in the others to stabilize the bottom dividers. Did not load the others heavily in an attempt to equalize the pressure. 6 weeks later, today, I come into the office, and the insides have collapsed. It's a goner and too late to return to Office Depot.
June 1, 2010