Rated 2.9 out of 5�by 16
Rated 4 out of 5�by Turky Dawson 2-drawer file cabinet
Made in China - Pressed wood - nice finish - back was hard to put on with the screws which had a fine thread that didn't want to grab the pressed wood. Brads work better. Instructions were primarily pictures.
Time to organize the parts & build it was about 8 hours. One needs a large work area.
Having it prebuilt costs over $100.
November 10, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5�by paletracy Do Not Buy This
I bought this because I need a lot of file space and it matches my desk and would fit in the space. Unfortunately it seems to be junk. As soon as I started opening the box and pulling out the multitude of parts and pieces, I should have gone right back to the store. An optimist, I started assembly. The printed instructions require a microscope to be able to see them and then the details are inaccurate. The linked instructions on this site do not match the unit. I looked here for assistance but after reading the other reviews I have decided to just return it to the store before wasting any more time on assembly. From the instructions it is impossible to determine the proper orientation of the sliders. Can't tell which side the anti-tilt mechanism should be oriented. Doesn't matter, as the screws don't bite and hold in the wood, so I am sure it will fall out with use. Not going to torture myself with any more assembly - taking it back to store.
August 17, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5�by Suzi Waste of time
Time to put it together
Time trying to get into it
Time taking it apart
Time hauling it to the dump
Best use of time finding it online to let you know
NOTE: I was locked out more then I could get in. It was assembled correctly and it's not complicated to figure out. It would simply lock up. Photos of what this ended up looking like and most of it ended up in the dump.
July 29, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5�by Jack Assembly Instructions
The assembly instructions were not user-friendly when trying to place the sliding rails inside the drawer spaces. We went to the local store and a representative helped to show and demonstrate the procedures - otherwise, we'd still be scratching our heads trying to figure how to do it.
We are both mechanically inclined and follow the directions but the enclosed directions did not show the "where/how" this part of assembly could be accomplished.
Suggestion: Provide an on-line video that shows explicit details/procedures on how to accomplish this task.
July 20, 2015