Smead Manufacturing Smead Manufacturing SMD02550 Justick Desktop Bulletin Board P9585716EDR-SMD02550 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/EDR/EDR-SMD02550.jpg Smead Manufacturing SMD02550 Justick Desktop Bulletin Board 9585716 1.83lbs 1.38 8.75 13.88
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Manufacturer Part Number: SMD02550

Simply place your materials on the surface and they just stick! Display anything from photos, memories, reminders, illustrations, training material, etc., to keep you organized. Finally a solution that lets you stand out from the rest and display what is uniquely important. Install 4 AA batteries into your board and watch the patented Justick Electro Surface Technology transform the surface from zero adhesion into a powerful force field.
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Customer Reviews
By Laura Henri
Date Added: Wednesday 23 May, 2018
I have been using this for a while now, and let me tell you it works. I use it to put papers on, photographs, etc.....and it keeps my desktop from being too cluttered because I really dont like post its.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By PatO2098
Date Added: Friday 25 August, 2017
I received this device as a gift from my kids. I have used it at work and at home. I am doing research on my family history and this device is great to hold small documents in place. My main challenge at work is the strength of the device. It is great holding one single sheet in place. If you have a multi page document that is stapled together ... you will have trouble with that document.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
By Suzanne in GA
Date Added: Tuesday 29 November, 2016
This is a great idea. My daughter loves it; she can leave it up, see plans for the day at a glance, grab off a grocery list ( yes, I know phones can do this too, but it's a quick, old school idea.) She can also leave up photos of her fiance, business cards, She has been using it nonstop for a couple of weeks and no problems with battery life. I imagine it doesn't use much. The size does limit what you can put on but it's a great daily organizer at a glance, or a memory board.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By K. Faasse
Date Added: Tuesday 08 November, 2016
I have found this to be an amazing product. I so wish I had this when I was working as an admin assistant and data processor. I love the way the paper will stick to the surface so it does not move around or fall on the floor. Ever have that happen in the middle of spread sheet entries? Love using it for just posting up a note or keeping things organized on my desk for the day. Easy to keep business cards, notes, stamps etc in one place and eye level when working. on a project. Easy easy to set up and the Duracell batteries are included. I more than love this and wish I could give it a 10 rating.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Matt Morgan
Date Added: Saturday 05 November, 2016
I had never heard of the Justik but it sounded like a fascinating device - an electronic pinboard of sorts. I was curious to see how well it would work and for some things it works very well. For others things, no so much. I would consider it “somewhat useful”. This is a clipboard-sized device that uses batteries to generate an electrostatic field that can be used to attract paper, CDs and other small items to it. The idea here is that it can work as an organizational tool to keep important items off the desk and out of piles, making them a lot easier to find. The concept is simple and straightforward, and it is in some ways better than an actual clipboard as it does not apply pressure on what it’s holding. In service, though, it is limited. It cannot hold two sheets of paper that are on top of one another unless the top sheet is offset a bit and touches the Justik surface. Thicker items such as poster board, even when small, do not stick well and are more likely to slide off. It does hold CDs, but ONLY if they are on the label side and they simply slide off if you try to place them recording side down. My guess is that it needs a non-sheer surface, as smooth plastic (even very lightweight) does not stick. I had trouble getting the battery compartments open to put in the 4 AA batteries. The covers simply slide off, but they are quite tight and are not easy to move until you have done them a couple of times. I suppose this is good in that the batteries will remain secure, but it also means frustration when changing the batteries. There is some room for improvement with this device, though it does work to some degree. It will hold papers and CDs though the capacity is limited and it is a little fussy with certain materials. I have it in my office where it holds a checklist for me.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]
By Michael
Date Added: Wednesday 02 November, 2016
I like the idea of this more than I like it. I got the desktop organizer, and I'm wishing I had something that would hang on a wall. This 8.5x11 size is just so limited. You can put one full size paper or a few smaller things. It won't hold a multi-page document and it won't layer if you have thicker stuff. You have to use it within it's limitations. I guess the problem is that where this fails, other products shine. Even if I got a bigger one, I couldn't throw a full envelope on it. If I got a cork board, we can pin more sizes and weights. It's cool, but I don't think I want to pay 3x the price and need batteries when regular bulletin board works so well. It seems like this would be fun to show off, but if you don't specifically show it off, people will just assume you use double-sided tape. It's really cool for five minutes, but then you keep realizing 34;well, I can't use it for that34;.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]
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