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Safco Products Wood Adjustable Literature Organizer, 16 Compartment 9422GR, Medium Oak, Durable Construction, Adjustable Shelves

3.6
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  • LITERATURE ORGANIZER. Safco Wood Adjustable Literature Organizer, 16 Compartment helps you sort, store and organize binders, journals, paper, and files on your desk or counter quickly and easily.
  • STURDY STRENGTH. Durable 5/8" furniture-grade compressed wood with an adjustable hardboard divider and solid fiberboard back provide strength and stability for long-lasting performance. The durable laminate finish complements any setting.
  • CD STORAGE. Organizer includes a plastic rod adapter to store CDs in bottom two compartments.
  • EFFICIENT ORGANIZATION. Hardboard shelves form up to 16 letter-size compartments. Shelves remove easily to create larger storage areas for maximum convenience.
  • PRODUCT DIMENSIONS. Overall product dimensions: 19 1/2"W x 11 3/4"D x 21"H. Shipping weight: 24 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

Classroom friendly with just one fix...I teach high school and was looking for a paper turn-in spot where I could also keep absent students' work and other forms. This unit is a great solution.In response to many other reviews, there are two ways to put the dividers on the pegs. Just sliding them on will result in a loose fit that lets the divider easily fall out of place, but the correct way 'hooks" the shelf on the pegs. My husband upended the unit, tilted it, and carried it up to my second floor classroom; only one shelf needed to be readjusted.To solve the labeling problem, I bought binder clips. Clipping them to the shelves with the "arms" facing the back of the unit leaves me with a surface I can either affix labels to or (my solution) write on with wet erase markers. Of course, I needed to buy in a non-black color, but a few packages of colored binder clips were cheap.The back of this is cardboard, and the whole unit did have a couple dents, just because it's MDF, but it was a lot(!) easier than making a mailbox system myself, it looks attractive, and the cost was fairly reasonable. 5I am so very disappointed with this purchaseI am so very disappointed with this purchase. It was very expensive and I decided to splurge, for my new classroom. The instructions for putting it together were terrible... there are pieces that are supposed to be dipped in water before they are inserted into the shelves. Some of them were not pushed in far enough (the directions did NOT say how far to put them in) and when we went to put the pieces all together, they would not budge (i'm guessing because of the water) so no I have gaps in every one of the corners and in trying to get those to go away, the "wet" pieces started buldging out the top of it. It really bothers me, every time I have to look at it. Don't buy this one!! 1Shelves are sturdy after great hesitation from past reviews I ordered this shelf unit figuring I would hot glue them in place. I was pleasantly surprised by the fact they are very secure, sturdy and do not fall as well as come with 32 (enough to make 36 compartments as advertised (bottom of unit makes the other 4). I think the problem is people may be the fact that people are putting them upside down or not putting the lip behind the pegs. The widest part of the edge should be down and the lip placed behind the pegs. The shelves do not fall when you do this. I am unsure if the company redesigned them or if they are just not being used properly in the past reviews. I just slide them in to begin with and it was a disaster. Then I saw there as a gap in the back and figured it out! I would not hesitate to buy this unit as of 12/15/2018. I use them to store my rubber stamps which are heavy in 8.5x11 acrylic box frames I use as trays. 5Took a Chance...Going Strong After 5 years!After seeing all the negative reviews I was afraid to purchase this shelf, and got another metal organizer instead. Having more stuff to organize, I eventually got this one too (the grey model), because I liked the fact that it had a flat top--to put more stuff of course!When I opened the package I was apprehensive, but none of my parts were broken, damaged, or missing, and everything was held tightly in place with Styrofoam. I put the thing together in under an hour while my husband got ready for work (and I'm a pretty slow worker on this sort of thing). The parts aren't labeled, but honestly it doesn't matter because there aren't very many parts and the pictures show where they go. No tools besides a tack hammer are necessary, and mine DID NOT crack or bubble during assembly (see below for construction tips).TIPS for those who are having trouble:Don't wet the dowels to activate the glue--they fit snug enough that this isn't necessary to hold the thing together, and allows you to take it apart if you screw up, if you need to pack up the thing to move to a new house...etc.For the top: Stick the dowels into the ends of the 3 boards that are sticking up (instead of pushing them into the top first--this might lead to the cracking others experienced). Another easy trick I did (just for the top, but I could have done it elsewhere) was to tap the dowels in before placing the top on. Tap them in until you hear that they touch the bottom of the drilled out space, or until they stick up less than the width of the top piece. The top pushes on nicely from there and..Ta Da...No bubbles!Make sure to look at the pieces to make sure you have all the finished edges facing the front....I got everything right except the bottom piece...Since I didn't use glue it was a simple fix, but I could have avoided that step if I'd paid more attention...Now, that being said, know what you are getting. This is a particle board organizer. It's plenty sturdy for that and works for the intended purpose of holding papers and some miscellaneous junk on top (a plant for instance) just fine, but it is not high quality material. Nothing compares to real wood, but--and take this from someone who owns a sawmill--real wood is expensive. Even for something as simple as this you have to measure, cut, plain and sand the boards, and then finish them. The product will turn out beautiful and much higher quality, but it will take a little time and more money, even if you do the work yourself. So if you are looking for a piece of furniture that will look fancy and be passed down for generations, spend more money and hire a carpenter or buy a more expensive model. If you want something cheap and quick that looks and works decent, then this is it.P.S. I got this in the grey, which is fine but kind of plain, so I let the kids stencil, paint, and bejewel the sides--it's for their papers anyway!Update: 5 years later and still going strong--daily use and no damage yet. It's actually a pretty sturdy little unit. I'm thinking of buying another to hold more paper options. I'm so glad I went with this instead of one of the cardboard models! 5Assembly required, apparently! Grab a hammer, bowl of water and a German ShepherdI bought this shelf for my husband's home desk to set his laptop on and organize some documents and printer paper for him. Assembly required? I must have missed that part... How in the heck do I assemble this *discretely *at 1 AM to surprise my husband?Grab a tack hammer, a small bowl of water and the German Shepherd (so the tapping doesn't sound like a knock at the door sounding the Padfoot Patrol from barking his head off! LOL - see photos.)Assembly is pretty straight forward. Just be sure to identify each wooden board first, line them up in order and assemble on a scrap of carpet or on a towel.Do NOT soak the wooden dowels in water, just work with 2 at a time! Finish one side before moving on, taking care to PRESS the wooden side to the bottom, do NOT tap the sides with the hammer (trust me on this!)Take a break after the 3 sides before going to the top board, those 12 wooden dowels will become tacky from the glue (activated by the water bath.) Tack on the back (check my nail pattern) while distracting the dog with his ball to keep his nose away from the hammer. It's ready to set on the desk!Next slide the front protector on each shelf, wide side down to interlock with the shelf pins. Install shelf pins, add shevles and it's ready to go! It took me an hour, including playing with the dog, grabbing photos, whining on Facebook AND writing this review.It's MUCH heavier than I expected - that's a good thing! Check out my photos if you have any questions. Customer service is 800.664.0042. All in all it's exactly what I was looking for so I'm definitely satisfied. 5Good illustration, but not good with descriptionThe product is what you pay for. It is compressed wood product for top, bottom, and sides. The back is cardboard, and the shelves are a little heavier than cardboard. The trick to this product is assembly. Good illustration, but not good with description. When you put the dowels in you need to hammer them almost all the way in. You will leave about 3/8" showing. That way when you hammer (with protection) you wont puncture through the bottom or top, or push a bubble. I used a notepad for protection. In other words, I took the board with the dowels on both ends, and hammered into the bottom and top with a pad where the hammer struck so it would not damage the pressed board. If you use both of these precautions (small portion of dowel sticking out, and using a notepad to take the brunt of the hammer) it should go together quickly. It is a heavy product, not wobbly. It will work for my crafting papers well. I should have looked at all the parts before I put together. My top has a bubble, not from hammering. It is cosmetic and I am not going to bother putting another one together. If I ever win the lottery, I won't put another piece offurniture together-ever. 3I did the Research and this is the BEST!!!I wanted to find solid and sturdy "mailboxes" for my classroom. I quickly learned that many of the organizers appear nice, but they're actually made of poor quality cardboard pieces. After verifying there were no cardboard or flimsy parts, I ordered two of these shelves. After searching everywhere (in teacher supply stores) and online, I concluded these were the best for my purposes. I needed at least 65 slots.They arrived in boxes weighing over 50 pounds (too heavy for one person to lift). I prefer heavy and sturdy to the other light and flimsy options on the market. These are made of strong particle board with a laminate finish.Assembly: Good directions were provided. I used an electric screwdriver and a hammer to assemble it. It took about 45 minutes to assemble 1 organizer.My students love having spacious mail slots and this is one purchase that has left me with no regrets. My classroom smelled like a lumber yard for a few days and there was quite a bit of dust in the air, but the scent has disappeared and the organizer is withstanding the wrath of the 5th graders. 5Fine Product - (From an Amatuer Woodworker's Perspective)Product is exactly what I expected. 1/2 laminated/pre-drilled particle board with wooden pegs, metal shelf pins and thin 1/16 cardboard back folded in the middle for shipping.You can have it together in 10-20 min if you don't make a new back. Otherwise it's more of an hour or so with that extra time.You won't have all the problems others mention (pegs breaking through, etc) if you follow the following tips...1. Assemble this on a solid flat surface. This is the most important part. A sheet of 3/4 MDF on the floor is ideal. If you don't have that, use the cardboard on flat concrete.2. Use a hammer to gently tap the wood pegs in to the top and bottom holes while they are laying flat on the solid surface. (Ignore the directions where you put the pegs into the vertical side ends first.) If you hammer the pegs in too far, you'll get the problem others have with bumps or breakage on the finished side.3. Soaking the pegs in water is fine but if you want the pegs to be well secured, use a dab of wood glue in the holes too.4. Use a piece of scrap wood like a 2x4 to spread out the force as you hammer the sides down onto the pegs. (This way you don't damage the fragile particle board edges and you get the wood down nice and tight.Note: If you feel any bumps on the finished flat top and bottom from the pegs, just use the flat side of the scrap wood with the hammer to push/flatten it down. (Do this before the glue dries.)5. If you have the ability to cut a piece of 1/8 or 1/4 luann or pressboard (using the existing cardboard back as a size guide) you will have a stronger back and finished unit. Otherwise, just use the cardboard back provided. Either way, if you use a bit of wood glue to secure it before you nail it down, it will be stronger.And that's it. This unit is really no different than any other cheap pre-fab pre-drilled laminated furniture. If you take care in assembly and understand the purpose of my tips above, it will come out great and be as strong as this type of unit can be expected for what it is. 5NI hate this piece of junk and have replaced it...Generally, I really like Safco products that I've purchased in the past. This one says "Wood Adjustable..." and the picture is not at all clear about the shelves, but, that's where the trouble begins. Unlike my other Safco sorters, these shelves are and look like, cheap thick cardboard that is ill-sized. They do NOT sit permanently or even safely on their metal pegs the way they have in the past. If your hand simply brushes up against one of the shelves, the whole thing loses its hold on the back pegs and falls down. Also, one of the things that I recall is that in the past the shelves were sturdier and had a paper covered surface that looked like the grain of the rest of the organizer. Secondly, this is not wood, but wood composite, and hitting the dowels into their holes made them chip out through the bottom of the cabinet, leaving a bunch of pieces of wood chips on the floor. This is not as good as the Safco products were formerly made. I haven't put it into place yet, but I'm frankly worried about it carrying the weight of the things I shall place on the organizer - the same things I put on the previous one, but fewer of them. Maybe it will perform well, but I'm just not as happy with this Safco product as I have been with past products from the same company. Disappointed. I wouldn't say to not buy this, but do be aware that you're NOT getting a wood cabinet, but a wood particle product. ;-( Well, now I have had this piece of junk in place for months, and all I can think of doing is getting rid of it, which I AM going to do. I've already purchased a replacement from another company whose products I know better, and I can't wait until I throw this pile of &*() out. Everything I've ever put into it ends up on the shelf below it or on the floor because of the incredible instability of the shelf "system". Do NOT buy this. It isn't worth the money, and you can't glue cardboard shelves to metal pegs unless you want to have sticky epoxy glue dripping down - even the 5-minute epoxy glue. This is a horrible product. 1Bought 2 so far!I have bought 2 of these so far (April, 2016 and July, 2016) and I plan to buy a 3rd. The individual shelves on the first one I bought are a little smaller than they should be and when I am removing or adding more brochures, the shelf may fall so I have to put it back on the pegs it is resting on. However, by the second one they had increased the size so that the shelves do not fall so easily when I am putting brochures into them. I like the fact that I can adjust the shelves so they can accommodate the brochures I have a lot of, so I put them on the bottom shelf and take out shelves above so I can fit them all in together. Overall, the shelf is pretty sturdy and I will probably have these for quite a while. It will be interesting when I get the third because I plan to put it on top of one of the others, which I am supposed to be able to do. As you can see from my picture, the top is pretty sturdy and can hold a lot. 5
Safco Products Wood Adjustable Literature Organizer, 16 Compartment 9422GR, Medium Oak, Durable Construction, Adjustable Shelves

Safco Products Wood Adjustable Literature Organizer, 16 Compartment 9422GR, Medium Oak, Durable Construction, Adjustable Shelves

3.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€325,00
Sale price
€325,00
Regular price
€536,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€211,00)