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  • Not what I ordered
    Verified Purchase

    I ordered this set as a gift to be delivered in another state. The set that they got was not what I ordered. I had to buy another one so that they would ge it for Christmas. Then they picked up the wrong one and sent me a refund. Not a good policy! I was happy with the next set.

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    deesco December 20, 2012
  • Don't Buy
    Verified Purchase

    One of the chair's back cracked when I barley applied any pressure to the back peice and it's not like I'm heavy. And also, the chairs don't fit well under the table when pushed in. Also the table chips really, really easily. And last, its pretty small. So yeah, its pretty, but that's about it.

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    claudiagonz August 18, 2010
  • Expected More
    Verified Purchase

    Table and chairs were shipped from different locations and arrived on different dates, it was free. Chairs arrived first. I unpacked and one of the chair pieces was damaged. However, I determined the damage would be covered when the chairs' assembly was finished. I put together the chairs with the hardware provided and used some wood glue. Glue was not provided with the chairs. When finished, I was rather disappointed with the quality of these chairs with the price I had to pay for the set. I should have known better to buy a purchase like this on-line. Far better products available for the price locally.

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    eherenman July 29, 2010
  • justin table
    Verified Purchase

    This is an excellent Table set for the price. Works perfect in my breakfast nook!

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    bmatissen March 25, 2010
  • Ok for the price but cheap materials
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    I just unpacked it and put it together. Packaging was good. No dents or scratches but some preassembled parts had to be reassembled. Some preassembled joints and pegs were not aligned and had to break pieces to make them fit. One joint on the back support completely came apart and can't use the chair. I don't know how O will deal with that. You do need to have a good set of tools and some experience assembling furniture...and following instructions. Except for that one problem chair it is a good beginners dinning set.

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    torito1967 July 28, 2008
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