Beautifully designed, the small case (sized 8-3/4 x 11-3/4 x 7/8") will hold all USA letter-sized bound paper pads, as well as loose sheets. The large case (sized 10-3/4 x 14-1/4 x 7/8" ) will hold legal paper as well as large sheets for plans, drawings, etc. The small size will even drop neatly into a letter sized file cabinet.
Two solid snap closures provide security. You can toss these cases anywhere and be confident that your papers will stay neat, intact, clean, and dust free in the shop. Get 3 at a time and save. Tab/Clasp color may differ from photo. Made In Taiwan.
Thin in the sense of the thickness of the case interior....WAY TOO THIN. The dimensions were published, but the indentations on back and front reduce the already-too small space even more.
The material is fine, but previous doc cases I have--not from GW--have at least 1.25" for stacking.
- Saturday, March 16, 2013
Dale (Elkton, Oregon)
This is called "a small document case", but for my money it is anything but small. This is letter size, a full letter size! All papers fit in easily without any crowding. Very secure toughness of material, good clear and transparent viewing without any distortion, you can easily read the exposed pages. Safety locking with simple and easily operated latches. I guarantee that you will be happy with purchase...Garrett Wade found something of great worth! And at a great price, as I will be getting more of these!
- Saturday, March 16, 2013
Large Document Case
Dale (Elkton, Oregon)
This is the large document case, and it is the perfect size to place legal papers in, the secure latches DO NOT pop open even if handled roughly or dropped. Easily transparent, will also hold folder files with ease. Plenty of room so no scrunching of documents. A great product at a fantastic price, you will not be disappointed.
- Wednesday, January 02, 2013
Joanne Rizza (San Marcos, CA)
Son-in-law is a custom home builder. As he opened this gift, a small frown appeared. Slowly as questions and thoughts arose, a smile appeared. Then, "Ahh, yes."
- Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Sturdy and a good value
Sarah (Rochester, NY)
These cases are rugged and very functional. I use them for transporting papers mixed with steno pads, a couple of pens, and a few catalogs. Just thick enough to hold everything. The construction of them makes them uncrushable and though the closing tabs do sometimes pop off (they go back on), the design of the edges of the case makes it stay aligned and closed even without the latches. Also great for keeping tool manuals together with adjusting tools. I keep my tablesaw manual with the needed hex keys and screwdrivers for brake adjustment and throat plate switches all in one of these cases on a shelf right under my extension table.
December 2012 Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner. Congratulations, Sarah!!
- Friday, September 30, 2011
Safe Portable Storage
Gary Hein (Santa Fe, NM)
These are wonderful cases for storing documents flat in groups by category. I keep my original archaeological field records in them. They are protected from the elements and hazards of spilled drinks. Since they are flat they don't curl making copies is easy. I have about a dozen or so in use for a project at the moment.
I also carry my wood woking plans and notes back and forth to classes. They stay in better shape than a loose pile of paper.
The closures can be a bit cranky but I have learned that and work with it.
- Monday, June 28, 2010
Tom (Olympia, WA)
My wife uses these cases to carry loan documents in her notary business. they work great and keep papers organized. The only downside that prevents a 5 star rating is that the larger of the two latches breaks off almost immediately. Maybe she is harder on the cases then some other users, who knows? Regardless, they do the job as intended.
- Friday, June 04, 2010
Nothing else like them!
Michaelv (Phoenix, Arizona)
Light, sturdy, opaque for privacy. Excellent product and have seen nothing like it anywhere. Only issue is that sometimes the latches get misaligned and it will not close completely. If you are careful this rarely happens.
- Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Keeping project info together.
Marvin (Dayton, OH)
It seems I always have several projects going at the same time. The problem for years has been that information for one-project ends up mixed in with another project or miss placed all together. Then I cannot find all the information. These Document Cases solve that problem with all the information for a specific project all neatly stored in its separate case with the project name printed on the case. So simple.
Matter of fact Iím placing an order for another 3 pack.
- Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Case Keeps Paperwork Together
Rory (Walla Walla, WA)
I purchased the small document case, #96N03.16, and am pleased with it. It's sturdy, and very handy--especially when traveling!--for keeping paperwork together. However, it's smaller than I envisioned (although the measurements are given!): I would purchased the larger size if I were buying this item again.
- Thursday, April 16, 2009
Good Basic Case
Jwhitt (Ocala, FL)
I got the case to hold hand drawn maps used in training tracking dogs. The small case works well for that purpose.