Stacking Organizer Trays
I use these to organize all those small bathroom items, including medications. Using these in the linen closet, I have eliminated the need for drawers or the medicine cabinet, which are too small to put anything in except the most current/used items. It's the equivalent of a walk-in closet! The price is great, especially right now while they're on sale.
March 16, 2012
The stacking organizer is perfect for storing art supplies
March 6, 2012
I love the trays. I had been looking for a way to organize a drawer at work and when I saw these I bought one pair of large, medium and small. The drawer is filled with all sorts of products that we work with, from tiny to large things, and I wanted to find a way to create some sort of library for us to work out of. One of the challenges was to have a way to be able to visibly make out the content of the tray from above, since it is a drawer, without having to move things around. The trays are perfect for that because the stack up design provides an open side to see the tray. I feel like I found the ideal containers and my coworkers loved the idea so I will be purchasing more of the same trays to complete the project.
June 3, 2014
Great... but with a slight irritation
The large stacking organizer trays are revolutionizing my desktop. They are replacing plastic boxes of hanging folders. The key advantage is their stacking. Because they fit together, they do not slide when stacked. This means that rather tall stacks are possible and that parts of a stack can be easily moved from one stack to another. The plastic sides mean that adhesive labels can be peeled off easily if the label needs to be changed. The one slight irritation is that the bottom of the largest tray is just slightly narrower than 8-1/2 inches which means that the papers in the bottom don't lie perfectly smoothly. It's not enough of a problem to impair their functionality but it seems that the designers should have fixed this before stamping out thousands (millions?) of them.
April 1, 2012