First, right out of the box the top shelf had two dents, a minor dent in one corner and then a not so minor dent in the middle. I had to decide, do I repack it and send it back or do I just keep it as is. I took a rubber mallard and banged the dent out which was fairly easy given how thin the sheet metal is. I live alone on a studio and have very limited counter space so I purc this unit for spreading out when I'm try to make something to eat. So it serves it's imtended purpose. If I knew then what I know now I would not buy this.
What should have taken 15 minutes to assemble took 2 hours because every leg was too big for the holes. My husband had to grind each one down to fit. There was a dent on the side of the lower shelf and a scratch across the top shelf. I turned the cart around to hide the dent and put a mat under my coffeemaker to cover up the scratch. If the table had been in undamaged shape and properly machined in production I would have given it 10 stars. It's concept of great, just needs quality improvement....
The item came very well packed and it showed no scratches or visible dents. Although this product is quite heavy and it does not look flimsy, this is not a heavy-duty tool chest (you must pay over $$$ for one of those). This product is for DIYers who have light to medium-weight tools (I am into electronics and ham radio) and who want to have their tools organized in one place. This product was very easy to assemble with the readily available instructions booklet. The drawers work fine and the casters look and feel sturdy. It even came with locking bars for the upper drawers and hooks to hang tools on the side of the bottom section. The bottom door opens upward and slides into the unit, which saves a lot of room around the unit when open. The only problem I found was that one of the sockets that hold the stems of the casters was deformed. However, a little prying with a screwdriver set things back to normal. In any event, because of height limitations, I decided to place the bottom part without casters under my workbench and the upper part on the right side of the workbench top. If I find smaller diameter casters, I might put it back on casters. Perhaps, adding rubber feet to insert in the caster sockets would not be a bad idea.
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