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  • Nice tables for a great price
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    These tables are good quality and very stable. Assembly is easy

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    Lyle F. November 10, 2015
  • Very nice end table
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    This is a sophsiticated piece of furniture, easy to put together, high quality wood, tobacco finish, and dark glass look classy and rich. I love it.

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    eromaster July 25, 2013
  • Quality
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    I bought two of these. Between the low price and high member rewards (15%) this table is a steal, I got two of these for less than the price that most other end tables on this site go for one (90 bucks). Pros: Real wood Very sturdy Braindead easy assembly Stylish Made in Malaysia Cons: The only thing about the assembly is it's tricky getting the glass panel to fit into the table. It suggests to take off the glass panel, screw in the legs, then put the glass panel back on, but when I did this I could not for the life of me get the glass panel to fit snugly into the table without applying pressure that I feared would break the glass. I think this is because screwing in the legs closes the gap for the panel ever so slightly. If you have a soft surface to place the glass against, I'd suggest to not take the panel out and just screw in the legs. I'm no craftsman so my wild guess as to why the instructions don't tell you to do it this way is because of the potential to scratch the glass if you place it against the ground and (perhaps) if you screw in the legs the pressure might crack the glass. But there was no other way for me so I did it my way and it worked fine, your mileage may vary. Another thought: I've been furnishing my first apartment primarily through Overstock and some of the furniture has been from China and some from Malaysia and let me tell you, the quality difference is immense. Chinese furniture may look superficially good but any closer inspection will tell you it's low quality. Malaysian furniture on the other hand has the same low prices as Chinese but always screams quality anyway you look at it.

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    alexseattle July 19, 2013
  • Perfect blend!
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    We purchased two end tables and the coffee table. They are a perfect match to the media stand we compromised on together. It's not always easy when two people have very different tastes. The tables are solid and look great. The glass in the coffee table and one end table is a very snug fit, we almost gave up on them. The other slides in and out freely.

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    ziolablu July 12, 2013
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    Robert F. October 8, 2016
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