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Magazine racks are definitely one of the most useful desk accessories and help the user to tidy the desk space and organise documents or files. While all magazine racks incorporate similar functions and allow holding A4 and foolscap size documents the choice of designs and colours is extremely versatile. Various styles and finishing of magazine racks let you choose a really personalised product that will suit your taste and preferences. 

• Plastic magazine racks - the most popular type of magazine racks and that is where you have the greatest choice of styles and colours. Apart from various textures and physical properties that plastic magazine racks have they all have one thing in common – they are very robust and have a long lifespan. When it comes to design you can choose between basic magazine racks which have plain flat surfaces or with a thumb hole for easy removal of the documents. There are also racks which have a curvy, irregular or straight shape. The selection of colours includes single colour racks and two tone ones; most of plastic magazine racks are opaque but you can also find racks made of transparent plastic in various colour options. 

• Cardboard magazine racks – these are a great option for users who prefer their office products to be environment friendly as cardboard racks can be easily recycled and also some models are already made using recycled materials. Cardboard magazine racks are also handy in terms of storage as they can be stored flat when not in use. The cardboard used to manufacture magazine racks is very robust which means such racks can be used for extended periods of time. 

• Mesh wire magazine racks – this is a nice option as these racks look very elegant and sturdy as the sides are made of a metal wire mesh and the other elements are also metal. Mesh magazine racks can be used for numerous years without any change in their appearance. 

Most of office supplies manufacturers have a range of magazine racks but there are definitely few that are really standing out with the quality and the design of their products. Avery has an impressive range of magazine racks that can purchased individually or in bulk packs. If you want to get a cardboard magazine rack you might have a look at products made by R-Kive which is the leading brand in cardboard archive products worldwide. Huntoffice.ie delivers throughout Ireland, including to Dublin, Limerick, Cork and Galway.

Here's what our customers are saying...

 
Tina  
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 Recycled Plastic Magazine Rack Black for Lever Arch 4 Sections Arnos
     
"Tidy storage rack is easy to assemble reversible storage rack for desktop and shelf, suitable for magazines, telephone directories, books, catalogues, foolscap and A4 folders and documents, very handy to have in office. thanks huntoffice"
     
Eva Bath  
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Recycled Plastic Magazine Rack Black for Lever Arch 4 Sections Arnos
     
  "Where I am working there are a lot of people in and out for different manuals all day. I was sick and tired of them coming in, taking away the manuals and returning them to my desk. So, I invested in these Arnos magazine racks. Because it's divided into 4 sections, and it has identification lables everybody now knows where to find the manuals and more importantly were to put the manuals when they are returning them. Saving me unnecessary work. It is a time saver and it is 80% recycled. Now I have the best of both worlds."  
     
Nancy Collins  
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Magazine Rack Low Front Black Avery Basics
     
  "I am not happy with these magazine racks. The base was not flat and they would not stand upright. Avery are usually a good brand but these magazine racks I returned and in fairness to huntoffice they was no hassle in returning them and getting a different brand."  
     
Nicola Dempsey  
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 Magazine Rack Low Front Black Avery Basics
     
  "I find this a quite stylish magazine rack made by Avery so hopefully not only does it look good but will also be durable. It is suitable for both A4 and foolscap magazines and documents. I"  
     
Bridget Liston  
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Magazine Rack Low Front Black Avery Basics
     
  "We got these Avery Basics Magazine Racks for our showroom. They look stylish and hold A4 and up to foolscap. Nice addition to any desk if you want to keep your papers etc tidy."  
     
Tom Murphy  
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A4 Magazine File Extra Capacity Clear Adjustable Spine Plus
     
  "Before I purchased the Leitz magazine file I had my magazine very untidy and they were getting very scrappy looking. However after purchasing it I always have my magazines neat and tidy and last longer before pages start falling out of them and start getting tattery. thanks very much huntoffice."  
     
Dave Brixham  
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A4 Magazine File Extra Capacity Clear Adjustable Spine Plus
     
  "Got my leitz magazine file on Tuesday, they are really wide so able to fit lots of brochures and trade magazines. I like that these magazine files are frosted as they blend well with my other desktop accessories. You also get a spine holder for labelling this A4 magazine file."  
     
Gemma O'Farrell  
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 Foolscap Magazine Rack File Grey 5 Star
     
"A good solution to tidying up magazines is this plastic 5 Star Magazine File. This one comes in grey."
     
Lucinda  
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Foolscap Magazine Rack File Grey 5 Star
     
  "I work in the offices of a fashion studio in London. Every Monday a ton of new magazines and portfolios are landed on top of my desk. By the end of the week my desk looks like a paper mill. That is the reason my boss has purchased 5 Foolscap Magazine File. Now i will do a major tidy and have myself organised by the end of every week."  
     
M Smyth  
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Foolscap Magazine Rack File Grey 5 Star
     
  "This is ideal for keeping my magazines organised on the coffee table at home. Before I bought this magazine rack you could find my magazines thrown anywhere in the house at least now they have a home! I went for the grey colour to go with the furniture. The rack is sturdier than it looks in the picture, to be honest I expected it to topple over once a few magazines had been placed in there but no it's still standing!"