Attractive file storage
I purchased three of these files. They were well made. There are ample dividers which are easy to move. I work with from 50-80 project files. The cubi file not only organized my project files, they made a professional appearance in my office. I recommend this product.
May 28, 2011
Really nice product.
Nice design and good quality.
January 28, 2011
I recently purchased Adjust-A-Files and am very pleased with the product. I use them for storing harp music. They rest behind a decorative glass door in a cabinet. This is an excellent example of form following function.
May 5, 2008
Looks good, poor execution
The photo of the product has the divider slats sitting firmly in the slots of the base. My dividers tip over and touch each other at the top. The base slots are too large to hold the dividers erect.
December 22, 2007
Optimal file management
I no longer have stacks of files all over my desk. I have 10 of the new adjust-a-files in 2 rows on my credenza. My partner has 10 of the old style in 2 rows on his credenza. I prefer the new style's flat base & curved tops for this reason.
November 29, 2007
Poor replacement for stepped file holder
This is a good example of the triumph of change for change's sake. I had the Levenger stepped folder holder on my list of things to order, but this has replaced it. It's not stepped, so no matter how you use it, you will have to move awkwardly to see the file labels. The combination of boxy lines with leather produces a look that is neither classic nor modern. Instead, it screams "design to price point" and looks no better than something from an office supply chain.
September 11, 2007