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  • poor material
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    Table looked great on the picture but once assembled it looked cheap. It also turns, which made it unstable. However, some people may prefer that.

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    kouvangx July 22, 2013
  • Arrived Cracked on the side/bottom
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    Looks great, except mine arrived cracked on the side and bottom. I love the glossy finish.

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    dhawtho June 16, 2013
  • The table top spins
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    The table top spins round and round. No way to eat o0n a moving table

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    dougk1 June 5, 2013
  • good table
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    don't use it much, but went together easily and looks good. easy to clean, easy to adjust. it spins easily so is usually off centered but doesn't really matter to me.

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    clbaj February 8, 2013
  • Love it!
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    I love the look of this table. I bought it with the stools that exactly match the table, not the stools shown with this listing. Very strange that they show this with other stools.

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    marganit December 8, 2012
  • Glassy table just OK
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    I set this table up in my small kitchen with hydrolic lift bar chairs. It looks pretty good and I love the hydrolic lift. However I thought the "glassy" top was going to be made of some heavy duty material and istead it is just hollow plastic. That might be OK (it does look fine if you don't look closely) but the top swivels uncontrollably on the hydrolic stand. I put one edge directly against a wall to prevent it from spinning and throwing off plates and glasses which is what it would do were it not braced by the wall. I would not recommend it as a bar table in an open area. I'm thinking of buying a cheap table at a second hand store and replacing the plastic top with this new wood one. But it will still spin, I'm affraid. In short, I would not recommend this table.

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    ffsandiego November 9, 2012
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