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Excellent quality - easy assemblyExceeded my expectations! I ordered these to box up heavy kitchen/household items. I liked them so much, I have just ordered 2 more sets.All PROS - no Cons:1. ASSEMBLY - out of the box, each Box and Lid are a single item. Each is perfectly scored and perforated, making them easy to detach and assemble. To assemble the Box, you make 3 simple folds then fold in the handle-grip. To assemble the Lid, you tuck and fold the ends, which pushes the Tabs into the slots. All 10 were the exact same size when assembled. All Lids fit snugly, are perfectly flat and stay on when moving them. Because the sides of the lids are double folds, they are extremely sturdy.2. STRONG & SECURE - I bought packing tape, which I did not need. The cardboard is thick and strong. The clever assembly creates a no-seam bottom, that is 3 layers of sturdy cardboard. Nothing is falling thru the bottom of this box. I filled one with a heavy set of cast iron pans and another with a full set of dishes. Neither required additional packing tape. I was truly shocked I did not need ANY tape.3. HANDLING - Because you fold in the side grip-holes, it creates a smooth Handle that does not dig into your hand. These boxes were easy to carry, even when loaded down with heavy cast iron pans. This was probably my favorite feature - no more struggling to awkwardly try to pick up and carry taped moving boxes. No more trying to push taped moving boxes across the floor that I am unable to pick up. Hooray!4. STACK-ABLE - The sturdy cardboard sides allowed me stack them 4 high, without any issue. There were no bent lids or crushed sides.5. PRICE - So, at about $2 per box, these are a great bargain in my opinion. Superior quality compared to traditional packing boxes which dont cost much less than these.6. REUSE - Not only do I not need any packing tape - if I use these for moving, I can easily un-assemble the Box and Lid then stack and store them flat, without damaging them. The thick cardboard makes them strong and stable.
5Your best bet for a basic boxThese are just slightly smaller than the last "bankers box" I purchased, that may be what the smooth move slogan is about. I don't notice any loss of usable space, and I use these kind of boxes for everything! They are well made, easy to put together and can pack a pretty heavy load without losing shape. As far as the no tape reference, I thought all these boxes were made that way. I've been using these for 20 years and haven't seen a change in the design yet. It's basically a cardboard box with a separate lid and holes in the ends for handles. These have the lid attached when you take it out of the package, you remove that first then fold up the box. My only misstep was that I folded the lid inside out at first and the ends that tuck up weren't folding in the right place. As soon as I refolded it with the writing on the outside, it went right together. A couple tips, for those new to using these for long term storage - if you are someplace humid, buy a package of those little organza bags they sell at craft stores for wedding favors and put borax in them. Tie it tightly and toss one in each box to reduce the chance of mold or mildew. A handful of bay leaves will keep most bugs out and some mint will work to repel mice. When I know I won't need to get into the box for a while, I tape the lids on to make stacking them more stable. Run the tape lengthwise across the lid and fold the ends through the handles and up to make them secure without a hassle. If you need them dust-free as possible, then when you get to your storage location and don't need to use the handles anymore, just put a piece of tape over the openings. I'm in a dusty desert and I've been amazed at how good these keep out the dirt even after years of sitting.
5You can never go wrong with Bankers BoxesI'm moving from a 4 bedroom house to a 2 bedroom apartment. I'm also a home-schooling Mom, I have a need for things to be well organized and easily stored. That's what I like the most about these boxes. They are simple to put together, They have tops, they stack perfectly on top of one another, and it's easy to write on the top and sides of each box. I'm sure i'll order some more before I finish moving.
5A very nice banker's box set.After having tried some other banker's boxes I can see why this one is the number one selling box on this site. It is sturdy, thick, and the top is not creased. I can assemble one of these in under a minute and so can you. It is easy, useful and cheap. I can only recommend this one wholeheartedly. One cubit feet of volume in this one. Made in USA.
5Perfect for a local moveMoving to a new home just a few miles across town, we used these bankers boxes rather than traditional taped boxes for most items to be moved. The integral handles make these types of boxes much easier to pick up and move around than regular boxes. We'd just fill one up, drop on the lid, and load it into the car. Then unload at the new home and use the same boxes over and over with no taping and no cutting.We especially like them for clothing kept in dressers and thinks like dishes that go on specific shelves. We'd pack one drawer or shelf per box, without worrying about filling it to the top. Then unpack and put away one box at a time at the other end, so everything went away in the new house just as it had been in the old.
5Awesome product for storage and organization - but only if you can get it shipped for $15 or less...I have always stored my items in big plastic crates. On the whole, those worked well, but when I was looking to downsize and get rid of things, it was very cumbersome to go through each of those crates and sort them for here, there, and everywhere. Also, I am super weak and trudging around those crates wasn't fun. Or pretty. For myself or innocent bystanders. I am now converting to these bankers boxes. Yay!(1) They stack surprisingly well. I stack them only 5 high, but if you don't have too many heavy things in the top few, you might get away with more. Note: I do stack them rigidly against walls and/or each other and that definitely effects how many you can stack high.(2) They are easy to assemble. The top is attached to the folded bottom via perforation. Advise: First, separate the top from bottom. Next, work on the bottom, first with the additional perforations. Then, PRE-FOLD all of the folds before you actually try to put tabs, etc where they should be. By doing this, you smooth the process significantly. I can put together one of these puppies in less than a minute and I have zero grace. Nada. None. [And by 'puppies' here, I mean 'boxes'. I would never put together an actual puppy, because that would imply the puppy wasn't assembled to begin with and frankly, that is a very disturbing image. Sorry for that. My bad.](3) For labeling, get the Post-it Super Sticky Removable Label Pads, Assorted Neon Colors and Sizes, 16 Pads, 400 Labels per Pack (2900-M16) They work perfectly. And stick well. I use a black sharpie, making sure to write on the post-it before peeling it off the pad and not after I put the label on the box (to prevent leak thru).Very nice. Very efficient, especially for sorting (Charity, Give-To-Friends, Store Indefinitely, What the H*ll Are These Things?!?, Etc.). Also, even stacked with books, quite manageable for us weaklings out there. And yes, I mean you, guy-in-green-shirt-sipping-beer-through-a-straw.Note, however, that these vary widely in price. Do not purchase if higher than $15-16. On occasion, there may be a coupon for a few dollars off on various office goods. I was able to stack that with a sale on TOP of the already low price of $15 and was able to get a few of these babies... (Again, not actual 'babies' - that would be human trafficking which is also a disturbing image. Think about something else instead. Post-its! Don't you love them?!?)... for $11 a piece. That was sweet.Anyway, you now have more information than you need to make an informed decision on whether or not to purchase these. Way more than you need. You are probably thinking that just as you could use some boxes, I could probably use some therapy. And an editor. And possibly, a pony. You would not be wrong.
5Just what I needed for personal storage at a reasonable price.For the price, these are nice boxes. Just as sturdy as the last ones I got an an office supply mega storeThey are easy to put together, especially after doing the first one. While not flimsy, they could be a tad more sturdy.However, I m certain they will meet my personal, non commercial needs. By the way, there are 10 complete boxed/lids.Will probably end up ordering more, in my effort to organize & downsize.
5Even packed with books, these things are STRONG.I've filled forty (40) of these in the last week (clearing out my home office and moving it all to the garage), and these things are STRONG. I actually used 20 of them just for books. I filled each one to the top and carried them to the garage, moved them around, etc, and not once did I have a tear or break. And, as everyone knows, books are pretty heavy in bulk. Frankly, I was expecting at least one box to give out, but nope - they all held up!Oh, in addition, these stack quite well. I was conservative, and stacked them three-high, and had no problems.
5great for moving.These boxes are great for holding books and other heavy stuff while moving. They're sturdy but small enough that you won't pack so much that you can't lift the box. They stack neatly and can be reused. I don't like using old boxes from grocery stores as I am worried about bugs. Assembly can be a little confusing on the first one if you have never put these type of boxes together before. But take the time to look at the illustration on the box and you should have no trouble.
5Sturdy and easy to put togetherWith the end of my daughter's first year of college approaching I purchased ten small sized boxes and had them shipped via Prime to my daughter's college dorm. She was able to put them together without tape, easily mark the boxes and stack them for later moving with our folding dolly which held 3 boxes per trip down to the car.I was worried that the small size would be too small, but it was actually ideal for smaller hard sided items including toiletries, books and decorator items. The two handles on either side of the box are wide enough to accomodate larger hands and even when the box weight is around 20 pounds, there's no flex to the handles.The boxes were affordable, sturdy and easy to put together. My daughter and I found that by using these boxes, duffle bags and vacuum bags, her move was a breeze! Highly recommend them.
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Bankers Box SmoothMove Classic Moving Boxes, Tape-Free Assembly, Small, 15 x 12 x 10 Inches, 10 Pack (7714203)