Here's a rather bizarre organizational object that will appeal to those whose brains are wired a certain way. The designers of the Alpha QuickFind have created a sort of standalone junk drawer, or more specifically five drawers, plus a sixth pull-out compartment meant to serve as a handwritten index of the contents.
The thinking is that, in order to know precisely where to store and later retrieve an object, they all ought be organized alphabetically.
The drawer dividers are user-configurable and letter stickers are included.
I guess I can see the logic, but parts of the design seem very strange to me; like, how did they calculate the uneven distribution of letters across drawers?
The Alpha QuickFind runs $500.
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