Smead – Redrope Tuff File Pocket and 3-in-1 SuperTab Section Folder Review
I have always loved the idea of organization and office supplies. When I was young my idea of a fun time was sorting items into colors, or themes and then placing them for display. When I got older I discovered the world of office supplies and was amazed that there were entire stores dedicated to this.
My father worked from home while I was growing up, so the need for organization and the utilization of office supplies were essential. The most difficult part was when the file folders tore and no longer served their function in life. The files that I had to reorganize were thick and not strong enough for the amount of paper work contained in them.
You might be wondering what is so special about these? Aren’t they just replicating the wheel essentially? My answer normally would be yes, but the Smead Redrope TUFF File Pockets and the 3-in-1 SuperTab Section Folder’s are different. These are strong and durable folders that due to their strength are perfect for any storage you may need. The Smead Redrope TUFF File Pockets – SMD73380 are made of 30% total recycled content and have an 800 sheet capacity. This means that it is perfect for heavy files, catalogs (do they still send those?) and even notebooks. The file pocket is virtually indestructible and can hold up to a ream and half of paper. This is also complaint to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) which promotes sustainable forest management. These measure 6.5″ high and come 10 per box.
The 3-in-1 SuperTab Section Folder -SMD11905 has 3 different pockets and features Lockit Technology which allows papers to sit subdivided into multiple pockets. These folders come in red, blue (which is the color we received), yellow, green as well as manila. These are made from 10% recyclable content and fit’s standard letter size paper. These come 10 per pack.
I wish these were around when I was a young organizer. I threw out many file folders due to stability issues and had these been available I might have saved adding to the landfills. Each of these folders has its own purpose and its own application and will thrive in those roles – much like I do now in organization.
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Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Smead and Shoplet. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way will effect the opinion stated in the review.