Smead Expanding File Case with Handle

Legal, Letter - 8.50" x 14", 8.50" x 11" - 19 Pockets - Fastener1400 Sheet - Black - 1 Each

Reg. Price $26.17

Our Price $13.40 Each

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Expanding file box helps you stay organized in your office or on the road. 19 pockets in the file hold more than 1,400 sheets of both letter-size and legal-size paper. Design features a handle and latch closure for secure transport. File box includes printed tabs with subject headings and alphabetic indexing from A to Z.

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Smead Manufacturing Company
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Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Product Type
Expanding File
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Sheet Standard
Sheet Size
8.5" x 14"
Package Contents
  • Expanding File Case with Handle
  • Printed Tabs with Subject Headings
  • Alphabetic Indexing from A to Z


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By Douglas

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Comments about Smead Expanding File Case with Handle:

Happy with product

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Subject Expanding File

By CindySue

from Glen Burnie, MD

About Me Value Oriented


  • Color Variety
  • Durable Construction
  • Protects Documents


    Best Uses

    • File organization

    Comments about Smead Expanding File Case with Handle:

    I am a "piler". Paperwork gets away from me quickly and my piles fall over, then they are dumped in a box and put away. If I don't deal with the piles before they fall over, I'm lost. The A-Z organizer is a good start and when a category gets too big, it is removed to it's own separate file. I can go thru a pile quite quickly with the organized and uncover lost items or those that need to be done NOW as I am sorting.

    • Primary use:
    • Business

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


    Great for Organization

    By qdueiaedt

    from Utah

    Comments about Smead Expanding File Case with Handle:

    I use this box to sort and store all of my product manuals and warranties. It's great because it expands really well and can keep a good amount of stuff in it. It is not meant for a lot of wear and tear but it's great for just keeping files organized. The only thing I don't like is that it doesn't come with tabs but just printed label stickers, but I just bought my own tabs for it and it works great.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


    Home Office

    By Douglas

    from Chicago, IL, USA

    Comments about Smead Expanding File Case with Handle:

    I just started a business and this portable file box helps me organize key documents and carry them to/from home office. Love the pre-set labels and its very durable as well.

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