- Brand: Famgizmo
- Color: White, Black
- Product Dimension: 15.35"W x 18.9"D x 24.8"H
- Single Drawer Dimension: 13.19"W x 17.3"D x 9.45"H
- Packaging Size: 29"L x 23"W x 19"H
- Gross Weight: 54
- Net Weight: 43
- Material: powder-coated steel, Steel
- Lock secure: 1 key for 2 drawers
- Reinvent your Workspace
This lateral file cabinet keeps office supplies organized and files away important documents for a compact storage solution, can reasonably use space; modern styles of the 2 drawers lateral file cabinet very fit office or home study.
- Move Convenient
This Cabinet can move anywhere, the 24â€?high file cabinet easily fits under most desks; 5 casters, 2 lockable, 1 auxiliary caster under file drawer prevents tipping.
- Large Drawers and Lockable
This 2-drawers File Cabinet can hold a large number of files to meet your daily storage demands, which is a compact and safe option for business or home office where space is limited. Deep and spacious drawers on full-extension ball-bearing slides with side-to-side hang rails to accommodate A4, F4, letter-sized and legal sized suspension files. Ball-bearing full-suspension drawers that open and close quietly and easily.
This 2-drawer cabinet is just the right size to fit under my L-shaped desk. It fits easily under the printer side with room to spare! Now all those receipts, tax papers, etc can be neatly stashed...along with my cigar stash!
This filing cabinet does the job well if you don’t need a ton of storage.
I love it. Drawers are gliding softly. Easy to move around for me.
I had a similar cabinet and wound up giving it to my mom, so I needed another one. It came assembled and was the perfect size for what we needed. The lock is good to keep regular people out, but it probably wouldn't keep out a master burglar. All in all a good value for the money
For the price, this is a terrific filing cabinet. It’s a good quality finish, easy to assemble, rolls smoothly on carpet, and has a decent lock. I use it for client files in a locked office with security cameras, so I’m not trying to lock Fort Knox, but confidential files stay secured.