43125-24. If you’re looking for a tall bookshelf with configurable shelves at a sweet price, look no further than this new arrival! Kids: “book” is a non-digital physical information & entertainment object that never goes down to zero bars or no battery! Covering a range of topics from the War of 1812 to Snoop Lion back when he was Snoop Dogg, “book” is an exciting opportunity to discover the world the way your parents & grandparents did! Stop by your local bookstore or library today and check out “book”! Shelving pictured is also enabled to hold smartphones and tablets. Measures 3’ x 11 ½” x 6’H.
40840-173. Inspecting each of the lockers, I realized there was a story presenting itself: one locker smells strongly of Febreze, another locker smells like dryer sheets, and at least one other locker just sort of smells. 8 in total: smell them all! Measures 19” x 4’ x 6’H.
SOLD! To a very discerning customer, indeed! 40008-16. Like so many things from the 1980s, this chrome and vinyl chair is not the most comfortable, functional, or easy-to-maneuver thing; it’s just gorgeous-looking, and that’s really what the 80s were all about.
39395-1, -2, -6, -7, -8, -9, -10, -12, -14, -15, -16, -17, -18, -19, -21, -23, -26, -27, and -28. Dusty rose fabric? Check. Black, gently-curving fixed trapezoidal arms? Check. Chrome legs on black casters? Super-check! You don’t have to see through The Eyes of Tammy Faye to appreciate a great deal on this collection of 1980s-style office chairs!
And you know when there’s a bevy of anything the price is going to be right. Feast your eyes on approximately 1 bajillion tall, narrow dark grey recycling/waste/whatever bins made of a thick, easy-to-clean resin. At just five bucks each, you can afford the entire bevy!
43551-26. The man bent over his chair/ An office man of sorts. The day was green./ They said, “You have a blue chair/ It does not play things as we swear.”/ The man replied, “Things as you swear/ Are changed upon the blue chair.”/ And they said then, “But play you must/ A tune beyond us, yet ourselves/ A tune upon the blue chair/ Of things exactly as we swear.”
. These useful, small but higher-than-average desks/ tables will accommodate standard wheelchairs and are great for computing, dining, writing … in fact, all your various table-y practices. Each piece measures 30”-square x 30”-high.
38445-108. While this A/V cart is somewhat smaller than the traditionally-sized ones we see, it’s size makes it ideal for PowerPoint slide shows from a laptop, among other things. Includes attached cord. Measures 18” x 2’ x 42”H.
39840-4. We know, it seems too good to be true, but it’s true! This sleek and fabulous rolling A/V cart comes complete with not one but two VCRs! Granted, the cart kind of has to come with two VCRs because they’re physically attached to it, but there you go. Cart measures 22 x 32 x 55”H, with one Quasar 4-head VCR and one Toshiba VCR with universal remote.
41173-51, -50, -37. These things must be like the Ford Model-Ts of a generation or two of folks for whom teachers racing between classrooms pushing A/V carts like giant roadblocks were a daily occurrence. Now it’s all laptops and LCD projectors. So, uh, get a piece of history—? There are surely yet many uses for these rolling, plug-outlet-laden beasts. Carts 1 and 2 measure 25 ½ x 30 x 50”H. The 3rd cart measures 28 x 24 x 54 ½”H.
41497-1. Now, you can store pretty much whatever you want in this tall, 3-compartment cabinet, but if you do have some nasty acids/ corrosives scattered about willy-nilly, this is a pretty good way to de-willy-nilly that situation. Measures 19 x 19 x 66”H.