Essentials Contemporary 3-Drawer Mobile File Cabinet - Cappuccino Brown
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- Size (cm): 44.8 x 67.6 x 47.3
- Weight (kg): 24
- Colour: Cappuccino Laminate
- Number of Drawers: 3
- 1 legal size filing drawer on metal slides
- Number of Lockable Drawers: 0
- Primary Material: Engineered Wood
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- A Useful File and Storage Unit.- September 7, 2016
This is a very satisfactory unit with some annoying imperfections. The unit is challenging to assemble but does go together well if the instructions are carefully followed. The drawers fit well apart from a slight size mismatch on the front panels, this is barely noticeable The color is excellent and an "almost" match to my teak furniture. The file drawer should have been 1-2cm deeper to ensure full clearance to all types of hanging folder. I like the product and it does what I need.
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- Do it yourself joke- November 30, 2013
Having put together countless items from IKEA, IDOMO, and others, this was one of the most irritating pieces of work ever. Plan on two people and 2 hours. Make sure you lay out _all_ the parts, noting the tiny differences in size between the small round metal inserts and the just slightly smaller round metal inserts, and where to use which ones. Then dig in. The package comes with one small Allen wrench. You will need at least three other drivers, but I'll leave it to you to figure out which ones -- the instructions don't mention this. You'll get a lot of exercise running down to the basement to try and find one that fits properly. Just when you think you've got it all together, you get to attach the tracks/rollers to the bottom of the drawers. The drawers are made out of medium (or low?) density fibreboard, and they don't hold the screws that are provided very well. If you use a power screwdriver, you take a chance on splitting the wood. If you don't get the tracks on exactly right, they won't fit into the cabinet. Take a really good look at the drawings before you begin -- they are quite subtle. After it is all together and in place, it begins to gas off -- maybe you like the smell of fibreboard glue and sawdust, but I've never had anything smell this bad. You get to leave it in the room, door closed, for about two weeks before you can use the cabinet without coughing. Vacuuming often, everywhere in the house, is a big help, because the little particles all the boards give off while you are building it get distributed everywhere. Ideally, build it outside or in a garage. It does hold files.
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