#wahm #homebiz Pendaflex File Folders, Letter Size, 8-1/2″ x 11″, Classic Manila, 1/3-Cut Tabs in Left, Right, Center Positions, 100 Per Box (65213)

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3 Responses to “#wahm #homebiz Pendaflex File Folders, Letter Size, 8-1/2″ x 11″, Classic Manila, 1/3-Cut Tabs in Left, Right, Center Positions, 100 Per Box (65213)”

  1. Anonymous says:
    158 of 158 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Other reviews are right: too light!, April 14, 2018
    By 
    Roger Keeling (Portland, OR.)

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    This review is from: Pendaflex File Folders, Letter Size, 8-1/2″ x 11″, Classic Manila, 1/3-Cut Tabs in Left, Right, Center Positions, 100 Per Box (65213) (Office Product)
    I read other reviews noting how light the paper used for these folders is, compared to what most of us think of typical file folders. Foolishly, I dismissed those reviews — all seemed inexact, and too subjective. I shouldn’t have. These folders really ARE thinner than normal, insufficiently robust to be used for anything but the lightest filing needs. Very often, I need to add a two-hole punch to the tops of the folders I’m using, then add a two-prong clip. That’s just not practical with these folders; such heavy use would tear them to pieces quickly.

    A huge problem here is the absolute absence of information provided by the manufacturer and/or seller. Card stock is typically reported by “points” or “mils.” This is the thickness of a sheet in thousandths of an inch. Such info would be enormously useful for consumers trying to decide which products to purchase blind. A typical business card is about 9.5 pt., while a grocery sack is around 7.6 pt. These folders are pretty close to the lightest business cards I’ve collected in recent months, so around 9 pts. I’ll bet a better (more “standard”) file folder would be around 10-11 points. (Or alternately, by paper weight: card stock ranges from 50 to 110 pounds). Why doesn’t Amazon or the seller provide this kind of information? Without it, you ARE buying blind. With it, you could more intelligently balance out cost v. need.

    Anyhow, only two stars because these are NOT truly “standard” filer folders. They are perfectly usable for light long-term filing, but not for adding 2-prong clips or frequent reference use.

  2. Anonymous says:
    59 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Genius~!, January 14, 2019
    By 
    eugelicious (Los Angeles, CA)

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    Holds letter-sized papers in a totally professional way. And it’s a stunning cream/light beige color. If you’re torn between tossing your letter-sized papers around haphazardly or putting them in some sort of file-folder-device, go with the file-folder device. Go with THIS file-folder device. You can even write on them or put labels on them! The filing fun is nearly endless!
  3. Anonymous says:
    62 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    ALL FILE FOLDERS ARE NOT EQUAL, February 16, 2018
    By 
    lori

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    This review is from: Pendaflex File Folders, Letter Size, 8-1/2″ x 11″, Classic Manila, 1/3-Cut Tabs in Left, Right, Center Positions, 100 Per Box (65213) (Office Product)
    Should have read the reviews. I made the assumption that Pendaflex folders would be excellent quality. Flimsy and thin, definitely need the reinforced type to stand up to repeated use. Other than that they seem fine, but won’t be able to use them at the office as planned. May be okay for home use on files I don’t access often. Also be aware if it comes in “frustration free packaging” it is a heavy duty cardboard box with four flaps that open. Very sturdy and easy to open, but I usually remove the lid, placing it under the bottom box to create a double box. I leave the lid off and just grab folders as needed. Cannot do that with this box. Gave two stars because of quick shipping and decent quality.

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