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Item #: WB188432
Sold By: globalindustrial.com
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Avg. Customer Rating: (14 customer reviews)
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It is standard wire shelving. You have to hammer/mallet a piece of metal into the bottom of the pole in order to put the feet or casters in. When assembling a lot of shelves it is very annoying. Maybe that is why it was one of the cheaper shelving units available.
Your review: Great Product;
Note to Shipping Dept: the feet for the four posts are shipped at the ends of the box with the posts. One end got knocked open in transit and the feet fell out. I had to get replacements special shipped. Please pack more securely.
Your review: Purchased these shelving units for our remodeled office supply room. The units worked out great. I like the weight capacity and the ability to adjust the shelves to the height you need with out having wasted space. Thank you Global.
Pros: Shelving units have casters and can be moved really easy. Adjustable shelves work great.
Your review: Don't waste your time or money on the "cheaper" versions of the product that are all over the internet. This unit is strong and well made. The fit and finish are perfect! I put an extra shelve and casters on mine and it carries the load with no sagging or other problems.
Pros: So easy to put together, that IF I had a monkey, HE could have put it together NO PROBLEMS!
Cons: None that I can think of. A little pricey, but remember, you get what you pay for! I saw pictures posted by consumers of "cheaper" brands and they all sagged in the middle and "looked cheap"!
Your review: We have ordered shelving about 8 times in the past year for our new restaurant, it has allways arrived promptly via ups.
The last set was missing one set of leveling feet, the end of the box was damaged and I'm sure they are in a brown truck somewhere.
Otherwise great company and products, we will order again.
Your review: It is standard wire shelving. You have to hammer/mallet a piece of metal into the bottom of the pole in order to put the feet or casters in. When assembling a lot of shelves it is very annoying. Maybe that is why it was one of the cheaper shelving units available.
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