Classroom Sorter With Drawers
love the idea but wow it was horrible quality
December 2, 2013
extremely hard to assemble. I have it together but it is unusable, it looks hodge podge, unsteady, doesn't fit together properly. I won't order any cardboard assembly items ever again.
September 6, 2013
Not worth the $20 price tag
The box that this item was shipped in was better quality than the product itself. I knew going into it that it is just cardboard and magnification of the product photo shows lots of crimping and peeling in the cardboard, so I was prepared for that. However, I was not willing to let a few really big flaws slide. One, the name tags make the slot below it even smaller than they already are. Two, one of the shelves was not wide enough to be held into its place, therefore, I had to use tape to stick it to the inner wall. Three, there are two drawers that don't slide out easily and when you pull them, the whole shelf moves because it is so light weight.
This product would be a good value at $10, but for the amount OTC wants, this product should be much better.
Do not waste your money.
September 2, 2013
Liked the picture. But very difficult to put together.
This item is very difficult to put together. Once together looks nice. Slots could be a little bigger.
August 23, 2013
CUTE until you recieve it
It is working ok but if I would have know the way you recieve it and how long it takes to put together and the way it makes you want to scream.........I WOULD NOT HAVE BOUGHT IT!!! I can put anything together but this was a nightmare.
January 26, 2013
Not worth the money
I bought this sorter as a place to organize weekly work and art projects for my preschool special needs class. Though my assistant and I were careful, the cardboard was low quality and many of the pieces were not scored well, causing the cardboard to tear or fold incorrectly. We did manage to get it all together but it doesn't look all neat and tidy like the photo. It is lopsided, some of the tabs don't stay tucked in, and there are visible tears in the paper. I just hope it holds up for the rest of this school year, but it will likely end up in the trash before June.
January 8, 2013