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Mayline® Group Laptop Caddy, 27-37"H x 29 1/2"W x 15"D, Anthracite/Metallic Gray
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Mayline® Group Laptop Caddy, 27-37"H x 29 1/2"W x 15"D, Anthracite/Metallic Gray

Item # 919585
This handy laptop caddy is designed for the technology-driven office
  • Metallic gray, powder-coated steel frame is height adjustable to deliver a personal fit.
  • Surfaces are constructed of vacuum-formed thermofoil.
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This handy laptop caddy is designed for the technology-driven office
  • Metallic gray, powder-coated steel frame is height adjustable to deliver a personal fit. 
  • Surfaces are constructed of vacuum-formed thermofoil. 
  • Ideal for all your light computing with a 30-lb weight capacity. 
  • Comfortable, compact design with 4 locking casters for stability. 
  • Includes a 29 1/2" wide keyboard shelf and 2 additional shelves for added storage. 
  • Some assembly is required. 
  • Backed by the manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty. 

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Item # 919585 
Manufacturer # 950ANT  
color Anthracite/Metallic Gray
construction thermofoil; Steel
for what kinds of tasks light computing
furniture style contemporary
workspace type small or shared
weight capacity 30 lb
number of drawers 0
total number of shelves 2
number of adjustable shelves 0
keyboard shelf size 29 1/2"W
number of locking casters 4
assembly required Yes
dimensions 27"-37"H x 29 1/2"W x 15"D
warranty length limited lifetime
brand name MAYLINE
manufacturer Mayline
product laptop cart

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Mayline� Group Laptop Caddy, 27-37H x 29 1/2W x 15D, Anthracite/Metallic Gray 4.7 5 3 3
Almost great Great look, useful design, strong/secure metal frame. I have just placed an order for a third one even though I have two problems with it. The wheels really are cheap! They roll well enough over carpet but on my laminate floor they don't roll, they slide! For some reason, two wheels are always at right angles to the direction I drag it. Both units I have already do the same thing. Since the wheels are plastic and I keep them clean, they don't seem to damage the floor (so far anyway)but it is not what anyone would expect. The other problem is, the table surface is not very durable. It looks like a laminate top but I think it is just a paint job. It scratches. Don't expect it to last. Too bad because the frame and clean design are otherwise perfect. Assembly not difficult. September 21, 2012
GREAT PRODUCT!! I am a person that says prove it i won't just go with the masses ideas. This was not in my top 5 products that I was looking at but decided I would just see if it was a good thing or not. It was the lowest price of the group. It has replaced my most used one I already had and I am so happy with it I am planning on ordering 3 more! I wish it had a cord slot built-in the top and power strip built in, but I solved that really fast thanks to a power strip. zip-ties, and a pack of Command stick-on cord keepers! Even after adding the extras to it, the total price is still less than the others i was looking at. May 29, 2011
very nice for the price I needed a laptop caddy for a temporary office. While I miss my totally ergonomic office, this is really quite flexible. It adjusts nicely up and down for height adjustment and tills nicely for additional comfort. Keep you hand on the table when adjusting the till or your laptop might end up on the floor. This is a defect just part of the design, the directions had a clear warning about this. I liked it enough to order a second for use in another space. Good directions and easy to put together. They numbered all the parts (nuts and bolts) in separate sleeves. Nice touch?.. made putting it together easier and indicated manufacture was thinking about the end user. October 18, 2010
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