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Rated 1 out of 5�by Lisa I don't recommend
I have used a (different) copyholder made by Fellowes for many, many years. It is time to replace it, so I tried this model because the older model is no longer available. My biggest complaint with this model is that it can't be adjusted low enough to hold the document at eye-level. I was completely unhappy with it and returned it to Office Depot.
October 5, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5�by Althumbs Quality Seemed Evident
I purchased this product for a staff member who requested a document holder. This was the only document holder listed in our Corp Supply Agrmt so chosing was not a problem. The problem came up when it was decided that it wasn't what she wanted (exactly# it was handed back to me with apologies that she couldn't get it apart to put back in box. 1.5 hours later, and several opinions later, I managed to get it back in the box, albiet not the way it came #for SURE). The instructions were not user friendly, and seemed to be written for a stand that had less parts. Anyone who can put a food processsor back into its box, should not have a problem with a document holder. Crazy eh?
September 4, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5�by PenLady What a waste of money!
This might be a good copy holder if you're lucky enough to figure out the 'wordless' instructions. There is a right/wrong way to put it together so that the arm goes to the back of the unit instead of the front, but unfortunately there's no directions on how to accomplish the task - it's hit or miss! I was so disappointed in this product and didn't even want to try another one!
December 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5�by PattyPiazza Been using this for years - Best Copy Holder!
I've moved three times over the last 10 years and the thing I consistently missed about my desk setup in the jobs I left behind was my Fellowes Flex Arm copy holder. It's a little more of an investment than some of the cheaper models but well worth it. You will never replace your copy holder again. This thing is well made and made to last!
May 4, 2011