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55 reviews | 4.5 out of 5
They come 12 in a case, you unpack them, you fold them, and walla....you have magazine storage. I did take the extra step of taping the tabs down to ensure the structural integrity of the boxes. These were the best prices I could find for storing my rather large magazine collection (mostly automobile mags). The bottom has 3 flaps and you fold them in the order they are numbered...1,2,3.
strong, appropriately sized boxes for filing magazines so that they can be readily labeled and retrieved. I only wish they were a little easier to fold together. Inside dimensions: 3 3/4 w x 9 d
I shopped around on line and found this to be the best value without having to order a massive quantity of boxes. Sturdy, easy to assemble, and rapid delivery. Thanks!
These are fantastic!!! I needed a bunch of holders and regular magazine holders run you 10-20 dollars a piece....I needed 20 and didn't have that kind of money. These were super easy to put together, all of them took me about 10 min with "help" from a mini Darth Vader. I used pretty duct tape to make the side that shows out of the bookshelf decretive and they look super neat. I am really happy with these. They hold lots of paper, workbooks, coloring books and so on....they helped me get very organized and I truly can't say enough great things about some silly cardboard. Also, the kids liked them because the got to make their own anyway they wanted instead of having to have a normal solid color. And lastly, they have stood up very well over the last few weeks to the kids who are in and out of them every day, several times a day.....I have seen no wear and tear to the, at all.
Product does NOT match web site photo. Boxes are all WHITE, LIGHT-WEIGHT cardboard.
Sufficient for storage that doesn't show or won't be handled much.
Doubt it would hold up under daily handling.
I store everything in these from magazines, to books, to files, etc. I recommend that once you put one together, tape the inside flaps. That way it will hold weight without falling apart. Wait till you have everything stored accordingly, then WRITE a "description of contents" on each Box. Some of mine contain heavy hard cover books, yet these boxes are sturdy enough for them.
I needed book boxes for my first grade class and this site was the best price around. The boxes seem to be holding up well and the students can put quite a few books in each one. Definitely worth the money!
I didn't need the costly plastic or wooden magazine holders. These do just perfectly to file away old mags.
I Wanted a basic box to decorate to put on my shelves for magazines, loose recipes and other miscellaneous items. The boxes are easy to assemble and strong enough to hold the magazines. Big enough to be able to put 16 - 20 magazines per box depending on thickness. They even hold the bigger magazines like Woman's World. They can be left white or decorated with paper/paint to match other items on the shelf.
The boxes are fine and the description is accurate. Unfortunately the photo used for the item is inaccurate. Please beware that the item is all white. These are not nearly as sturdy as the one pictured which is a different model number
I ordered one for each student, so they can keep their reading selections in an easy to find location. They will be able to customize them since they are plain. With 20+ students, this was an affordable option for me!
Very sturdy product. Definently worth the cost.
Easy to use, except I need to glue the flaps (2 flaps each file), so they would stay "glued" the the file body instead of getting in the way when stored. The flaps look unsightly, but you don't have to glue them if you don't want to and still can store all of them next to each other. The weight of the magazines will force the files stay in place to hide the flaps. You need to buy quite a few glue for the job. Still a much better value than buying the $10 files.
easy to assemble, good for storing away magazines, paper, notebooks - cover with decorative contact paper to coordinate any room
I am using these boxes in my classroom to hold math games and materials. They are easy to put together and large enough to hold more than one activity in each. We will see if they stand the test of time in a second grade classroom but for the price they will do for now.
Opened one box, then I started assembling them. On the fifth magazine file holder it came out to be severely defected. Plus the front side is not seamless like the old ones I had for 15 to 20 years. There is a seam in connecting is noticeable from the front. Very disappointed with it. Did not open the second box.
Was exactly what I expected. Went together easy and the card board is sturdy.
Capacity of each box, generous. Easy to put together. Taping the tabs are recommended. Serves our purposes of magazine storage very nicely.
Using these to organize lose papers that were just lying around, mainly my kids stuff! They work great for that! Saw this idea on Pintrest and Walmart had the best price!
I was needing something to hold and file my different magazines that I just couldn't part with, but still wanted to search for different articles. I could write on the fronts of the boxes relating to what was inside. I also put my painting and craft books in some of them. It helps keep my bookcase organized.