|Value Line 5-Section Locker||47" H x 47.75" W x 11.75" D||73 lbs|
|Style Options:||Cubby Lockers, Preschool Lockers|
Questions & Answers
Angeles Value Line 5-Section Locker
No more clutter!
Kathleen from United States– Verified Buyer
I bought this for my dayhome entry. It was so cluttered. Now each child has their own space. I find it very sturdy. It took a while to assemble, but the free shipping was worth the assembly.
A good product
Samantha Sanchez from Millstone Toiwnship, NJ– Verified Buyer
Thia locker system looks great once it is put together. The price was great compared to similar offerings elsewhere. However, the assembly was a little more complicated than expected. Overall, once assembled a Sturdy, great locker system
Because of their passion for the children and care-givers in the field, Angeles is constantly on the lookout for needs which aren’t being met. Directors and care-givers are their best sources of information, and the needs expressed are often the nucleus of an Angeles product development program.
That’s how their Bye-Bye Buggy got started. Every new Angeles product goes through extensive testing in centers to insure that every factor of safety, durability, and play value are successfully addressed. (The Bye-Bye Buggy actually went through 8 stages of prototyping and testing.)
Angels Rest cots, in a range of attractive colors, initiated the concept that “institutional doesn’t have to be ugly”. And, the Cot Activity Center recognizes that space in the classroom is precious, and it turns storage space into play space.
Baseline Furniture sets new standards for appearance and safety in classroom furniture. For the first time, tables, chairs, and furniture come in coordinated colors for the total classroom look. The Angeles-developed laminates are highly durable and very attractive. The soft edges on tables, bookcases, and lockers help protect children.
Every Angeles product comes with a generous warranty – in case they inadvertently goof. Spare parts are always available to help you maintain your valuable Angeles products – and Angeles does mean always; they can still fix your 1958 trikes.