SMD14045

Smead Heavy-duty Classification Folder - 10 per box

Letter - 8.50" x 11" - 2/5 Tab Cut - 2 Dividers - 2.50" Expansion - 2 - 2" Capacity - Polypropylene - Blue - 10 / Box

Reg. Price $128.00

Our Price $52.98 Per Box

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Heavy-duty classification folders make ideal project files. Made of super durable polypropylene. Tear-resistant folders repel moisture. 2/5 cut tab allows easy indexing. Fasteners on the front and back panels and the dividers create six separate filing surfaces. Acid-free folders offer archival quality.
  • Additional Info
SKU
SMD14045
Manufacturer
Smead Manufacturing Company
Manufacturer Part Number
14045
Brand Name
Smead
Product Type
Classification Folder
Color
Blues
Folder Capacity
2"
Sheet Standard
Letter
Sheet Size
8.5" x 11"
Features
Tear Proof
Recycled
No

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Smead Heavy-duty Classification Folder - 10 per box
 
3.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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33%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

It's ok

By mom

from italy

About Me Quality Oriented

Pros

  • Protects Documents
  • Water proof

Cons

  • Difficult To Label
  • Easy To Tearcrack
  • Incomplete Construction

Best Uses

  • File organization

Comments about Smead Heavy-duty Classification Folder - 10 per box:

Overall it does the job but it it not a durable as I had hoped. the construction itself has been a challenge. More then 70% of the folders came incomplete with missing fasteners. Lazy quality assurance makes my faith in the overall quality decrease but more so the high costs related are not worth it if they cannot show up built.

  • Primary use:
  • Business

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

"Keeps me in line and organized!"

By Sassy

from Wetumpka, AL

About Me Quality Oriented

Pros

  • Color Variety
  • Dual Tabbing System
  • Durable Construction
  • Easy To Label

Cons

    Best Uses

    • File organization
    • Long Term Storage
    • Presentations

    Comments about Smead Heavy-duty Classification Folder - 10 per box:

    I truly love these folders as I can secure important papers in the folder, leave them loose if I want to, I can label it on the raised tab or on the front to give to a client. The secured papers look more professional than papers just laid in the folders to me and for a presentation this would make a much better impression. I like these folders and don't mind paying a little more for them as they seem to be better quality than the others also.

    • Primary use:
    • Business

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    dividers

    By Olga

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Smead Heavy-duty Classification Folder - 10 per box:

    Would like to see cleaner and sleeker design with more compartmentalization.

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