Rated 3.9 out of 5�by 23
Rated 5 out of 5�by MMM Good file cabinet
Not hard to put together. Looks good.
May 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by CJ Goes very nicely with Heritage desk
This is a good sturdy file cabinet and holds alot.
May 7, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5�by Linda Good cabinet
I read the reviews on this product before I decided to go ahead and buy one. I wasn't thrilled about putting a cabinet together, but this is the only one I could find that closest matched my existing office furniture. Although my other furniture is not particle board, at least this piece looks nice. Due to the reviews, I purchased wood glue ahead of time. I am so glad I did. The pieces are very easy to find, labeled well and the instructions are pretty straight forward. The only problem I had was with the wood dowel's. The instructions never said to tap them in with a hammer. You really need to do that. I did not and ended up putting a nice big dent on top of my cabinet. The wood dowel pushed through the particle board when I was securing it. Overall, I am glad I got it. Surprisingly, the drawers do move pretty smooth.
May 4, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5�by ScarlettMarie Hard to Assemble
i purchased three of the pieces as a complete office set. I assembled the desk with ease. I thought the hutch would be harder so I set it aside until after I had assembled the lateral file. This piece was the most difficult piece of all three. Most Sauder products are very easy to assemble and the directions are clear. The drawers were easy, but the case was not. I ended up taking the safety latch out because it made the top drawer unable to open at all. The holes for the Twist Lock screws were set too high to the surface for the top. When I tightened down to attach the top, the veneer in the top bubbled in all four corners. I was able to see it happening and stop before it broke completely through the top. I almost returned the item because of some other pre-drilled holes did not line up correctly. I probably just got the one that was put on the assembly line in the factory wrong.
April 6, 2015