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  • Office Manager
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    This desk fit perfectly in our small 10 x 9 ft office with plenty of room around it. Lots of available workspace on the desk itself and I love how clients can scoot in under the desk on their side when signing documents.

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    OstkUser495011 October 31, 2016
  • KellyD
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    Perfect for work space for office (ourchased 2) quality what you'd expect for laminate but good solid quality also purchased the bookshelf to match

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    Kelly D. June 22, 2016
  • Work station
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    Well built unit, functional, but color & hue is misrepresented online

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    Dennis C. A. January 28, 2016
  • Cheap and heavy
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    Never buy anything which has no reviews. I'm the first the review this product. I would never have bought it if I had known what it was like. This is pressed wood-not "quality furniture". I knew that when I bought it, but when I saw the weight and the pictures, it seemed like it might be good quality for that type of product. Delivery was fine. Three heavy cartons were delivered to inside the house. Just getting everything out of the packaging was a chore. Assembly was terrible. We've put together lots of furniture. We are very used to using "instructions" which are little more than a series of pictograms to put things together. This also uses the pictogram concept with some meager verbal instructions. They are terrible. A few words of explanation would have been really nice. It took 18 man hours to assemble this monster. One guy working 10 hours, with another guy helping on and off for 8. Unbelievable. Yes, it's a lot of pieces and you need at least one other person to help you (in fact, at times, the two of us would hold some pieces together while a third person would tighten the bolts, screws, etc.) Three times the screws pocked through the cheap pressed wood on the drawers, making them broken before I even used it. Horrible. When its all done, you have a beautiful piece of furniture, right? No. It is a very heavy, hard to move piece of cheap pressed wood, with drawers that stick, glides that don't glide, that I probably could have purchased locally, assembled, that all worked, and that would not have taken 18 man hours to assemble.

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    elgranadacoastsider February 20, 2014
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