I needed a steel table to put my lapidairy equipment on and this table is perfect. It does have a few scratches in the finish, so it's good that I'm not using it in the kitchen. A few scratches won't matter in the shop. A little pricey for what I'm using it for, but still a good buy.
Like most posts on the reviews I've read on these stainless steel carts, mine arrived with numerous dings and one fairly big scratch on the top. I did not want to bother with returning it and trying to get another one after reading all those reviews. I am using this as an island in my kitchen and placed my stainless steel wine rack on top of the scratch. I guess the dings just give it character. I've looked at many kitchen islands (and had a butcher block prior) and decided I like the stainless steel look. I would recommend to anyone looking for a contemporary touch in the kitchen and it's a good deal for the price.
I am very pleased with the quality and value. All parts fit well and it was exactly as portrayed. An excellent value for the price!
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Matched
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Very well pleased with the quality. Some minor scratches but not serious; all parts fit together well, adjustable shelf well-designed
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Accurate
I bought this table as a second work station in a 1920's unfitted kitchen after being delighted and impressed with my purchase of this company's 48" table. It is difficult for me to believe that the same company produced both of these tables. The top of this table has a HUGE dimple in the top where a screw is too tightly affixed to the under-side. However, my main problem with the table is that the sides are poorly constructed and uneven. Because I purchased the table for a second home and we are headed home in a few days, I don't have time to return the table and receive a replacement - or I certainly would replace it.