|Product Type: Standard||Style: Contemporary|
|Finish: Gray||Frame Material: Metal|
|Shelving Included: Yes||Orientation: Horizontal|
|Back Panel: Open||Country of Manufacture: United States|
Though still a market leader in manual drawing (they invented the straightedge) and large format filing, Mayline has moved to the forefront of office ergonomics. The Mayline Group now includes Tiffany Industries, Kwik File and Mayline products.
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Gilbert from Washington, DC
Excellent quality for the price.
Sleek, modern appearing
Dave HomeOffice from FL– Verified Buyer
I use it for storing folders full of papers. It can take a full horizontal stack without straining.
Eastwinds Bookcases by Mayline Group
Bob the Human from Austin, Texas– Verified Buyer
Gets the job done for the money
Bill F from Corpus Christi, TX
At[$]for the five shelve unit, I knew the construction would not be top of the line. It does bend and sway a little when you move things on and off of it, but this was expected. But, just sitting there it looks great.Light enough for one person to move.
HomeOffice from Tampa Bay, FL
I got the gray/black finish. It looks sleek to me, meshes well with glass/black metal furniture.
Nice product for the money.
Always busy from Fort Worth, TX– Verified Buyer
We are using this product for storage.
I have a lot of books
Allan from Houston, TX
I bought 6 of the 5 shelf bookshelves. They were easy to put together and relieved my shelving crunch. Not the most attractive shelves in the world but functional and I would happily buy more of them.
Anurag from New Jersey– Verified Buyer
Pros: cheap [...] and very easy to assemble. Wide shelves, good quality material.Cons: LOOKS AWFUL. I got the black shelves, which I thought would go well with the "steel" body. But the steel looks like aluminum, and with the perforated sides and visible support rods at the back, this bookcase looks more like a computer hardware server rack. I put an inkjet printer on it, and the entire frame shakes when I print something. Maybe a black frame would have rescued this thing.Bottom line - it holds books well, but the cheap look is a deal breaker.
Valued Customer from Washington
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