Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kella Wonky Drawer Helper is a life saver
I had a storage space problem and this frame solved it easy peasy! Way to go SMEAD!
April 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by StephH If I could rate these 0 stars, I would.
I had no problem with assembly. That was a breeze. About a year ago I bought six of these for my six built-in file drawers. I assembled them, added my hanging files and file contents and was a happy camper. Cut to about six months later and I noticed either the front or the back piece at the bottom had slid inward towards the middle of the drawer so that the whole top was leaning either to the front or to the back and the files were all sliding and just resting on the bottom of the drawer on the shallow end. This happened with every single drawer. I tried taking every file folder out and straightening out the bent (cheap) plastic pieces. That seemed to work for a few days. But they eventually went back to the way they were. I tried fixing them again only to have some of the plastic pieces completely snap apart. What a waste of money. I'm so disappointed that this is such an inferior product. People should know that if they actually have files with papers in them, these will not work.
January 16, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by npent frustrating plastic parts
Easy assembly, but undependable parts. After snapping off the bars to length, one can seldom feed the crimped end through the plastic bracket. Trying to feed it through the long way breaks the bracket three out of four times. Why aren't the plastic brackets sold separately or shown to order so the whole kit is not unusable when this happens?
October 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dnielle Easy Assembly
This product was so much easier to assemble than products that I have used in the past. The snap off length was easy to adjust.
September 12, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Mazlm Poorly designed corner pieces/sliders. Unduly complicated.
First, one frame requires 14 parts !!! That's ridiculous! Second, a hammer and pliers are required. Often offices don't have these tools available, so purchasers are going to have to improvise or bring tools from home. Third, as a tech writer, I think the directions leave a lot to be desired. Fourth, one of the plastic sliders broke and had to be fixed with gorilla glue. Finally, if one trims a side rail, the trimmed end is difficult to tap into the plastic slide insert.
The old type of file folder frame with an adjusting screw was infinitely easier -- at least if a screw driver was not available, a letter opener or coin could be used in it's place. No hammering required and not nearly as many parts. Smead, what were you thinking?!!
September 9, 2013