Rated 1.5 out of 5�by 2
Rated 2 out of 5�by mtnmanjeff So - so
The appearance and design were exactly what I was looking for. However, the quality of the product was below expectations. Also, the assembly instructions were not clear on assembly of the top to the support legs. Lack of clarity caused me to damage the desktop. My nephew did the same thing on a second desk of the same model.
This is recommended only for a lower cost option and low use.
October 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5�by BEWARE Pile of Junk
I don't even know where to begin, the quality is that bad. WAY over priced.
This is about as flimsy as a desk can get. Assembly, beware. Everything is made cheap and breaks or over screws at the slightest effort.
No extra parts whatsoever. It's put together with wood dowels and rotating cams. The cams are brittle and break very easily. Some of the screws only penetrate a few mm's and dislodge easily. The cam posts have no stop to show how deep they need to be screwed.
4x screws (plus 4x cams) to tighten the top table to the legs. Well, what a joke this was. There is nothing to prevent the screws from pushing through to the table top. Be warned, if you assemble the table top thinking these screws should be tightened, think again. They just keep on pile driving through the top.
The finish? What a joke. The slightest bump or abrasion strips or scratches the finish right off, and I do mean slight bumps.
Instructions are step by step, but are so poorly illustrated, you end up piecing it together by eye.
I bought 2 of these online and am going to demand my money back. Office Depot can pick these piles of trash desks up since one is assembled and one is still in the box. And priced at $229 each, these aren't worth $50.
LOL, one last thing. Assemble it in the room you want the desk to be in. It does not fit through standard 32" household doors. Nothing on the manual says otherwise.
May 20, 2012