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Rolodex® Executive Woodline II Desk Organizer, Mahogany
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Rolodex® Executive Woodline II Desk Organizer, Mahogany

Item # 531971 OfficeMax # 21309610
  • The cornerstone of an organized desk, this solid wood organizer features 2 sorting compartments and a supply box with hinged lid.
  • Box contains a divided tray with 4 compartments for holding pens, pencils and other small supplies.
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  • The cornerstone of an organized desk, this solid wood organizer features 2 sorting compartments and a supply box with hinged lid. 
  • Box contains a divided tray with 4 compartments for holding pens, pencils and other small supplies. 
  • Black composite base with nonskid feet protects the surface of your furniture from scratching. 
  • 10"W x 5 7/8"D x 8 5/8"H. 

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Item # 531971 
Manufacturer # ROL19290  
desktop accessory style traditional
collection name Executive Woodline II
brand name Rolodex
total recycled content 0%
material wood
color Mahogany
manufacturer Sanford
postconsumer recycled content 0%

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Rated 2 out of 5�by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5�by Good concept; poor execution First, the pros: This item is HEAVY and has a beautifully designed case in two-tone finish. The unit does not look cheap, and it's not your standard sticker-on-particle board garbage. This is designed well. Even the hinge for the lid is heavy duty brass. Now the cons: The bottom of the unit is tacked on with 4 brads. It holds it on well, but nobody checked to ensure all 4 brads were recessed. I know I didn't. First time I scooted this across my brand new desk, one of those nails gouged my finish. Unfortunately, my new desk IS the sticker-on-particle board. It's irrepairable, and it took me 8 hours to assemble. Boxes tossed. I'm stuck. Second, that beautiful hinge? It has places for 6 screws. Somebody managed to put in 4 of them then just quit. Now, I'm handy. I'm a girl, but I know which end of the hammer to use on my stuff. I tacked the brad back into the bottom, and I took one of the screws from the top of the lid and used it on the bottom. Lid now stays put, but I still am missing 2 screws. Overall, it's a nice setup. But for $90, which is about what I paid for an entire file cabinet, somebody should have been checking the details. January 8, 2015
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