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Snap-N-Store™ Jumbo Magazine File, Black
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Snap-N-Store™ Jumbo Magazine File, Black

Item # 479043 OfficeMax # 21638827
Attractive shelf storage for brochures, manuals and magazines
  • Metal label holder makes locating and labeling contents easy.
  • Grommet in spine simplifies removal from shelves.
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Attractive shelf storage for brochures, manuals and magazines
  • Metal label holder makes locating and labeling contents easy. 
  • Grommet in spine simplifies removal from shelves. 
  • Stores flat and snaps together when you need them. 
  • Constructed of heavy-duty fiberboard with a water-resistant PVC laminate. 

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Item # 479043 
Manufacturer # SNS01637  
desktop accessory style contemporary
document size 8 1/2" x 11"
file capacity 125 files
material Fiberboard
color Black
dimensions 13"H x 4 1/2"W x 11 1/4"D
brand name Snap-N-Store
manufacturer IdeaStream Consumer Products, LLC
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%

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Snap-N-Store? Jumbo Magazine File, Black 3.7 5 3 3
CHEAP & GOOD I just needed inexpensive magazine files for our archives, but I wanted them to look good too. These were perfect and had a slot for identification purposes. Most others, you have to use stick-on labels that look messy. August 16, 2010
wouldn't by it again The appearance is nice for the money. I bought an assortment of products in this line for all my different office storage needs. I had purchased enough to fill a certain area knowing that i would have a use for it in the future. But this item, before even putting any magazines in it came apart at the corner. The adhesive didn't hold and the corner just rolled back. I think it is reasonable to expect this product to last a few years since there is no pressure put on that corner and it just sits on a shelf holding magazines. But it didn't last even a few months sitting empty. November 21, 2009
Quality issue The mechanisim at the corner that holds the item together fails, the seal or tape or whatever they call the corner comes apart, one was shipped broken. Other than that they look good and are big enough for what i wanted to use them for. November 3, 2009
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