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By Richard Bartlett
June 20, 2017
Purchaser country: UK Age range of assembler: 40-50 Was I paid to write this: Most definitely not. Searching aspects of how I came across this product: I came across this product while scouring、r a bachelor oriented design for a room that could take the fuss of a pipework construction piece of furniture. My perception is that this type of furniture is most at home with a house bearing 1930s style bay windows, an Edwardian terrace, or a building like Tom Hanks takes up residence in during proceedings in the film Big, and that could just be the tip of the iceberg as I'm hardly someone you'd consider for consulting for interior design! Realising this is a fashionable form of table, it is at the same time a functional and purposeful design for a wheeled piece of furniture that might need to take load and be moved in order to attend to household cleaning duties. Unique selling points: Too many modern imported furniture sets have a total disregard for owners of either 19" wide and deep framed Hi-Fi separates and home cinema audio-visual (AV) 'receiver' apparatus. The typical depth of enclosing furniture is 40-45cm, sometimes less within the cabinet. While this table isn't solely for TV use (an alternative use could be as coffee table or in-front of a radiator in the family/sitting/living room) it is an absolute dream to be able to consider this furniture to hold an AV receiver and yet still be able to largely contain the back-flow of cables emanating at the rear. The pipework further advances the ease of tidying said cables to please the eye of the owner, visitor and potential spouse. While the bachelor will welcome cables for the features and comforts that they provide, he is generally an animal that is alone in offering this concession. This pipe design wouldn't enclose such an array of mess but could allow the tethering of such using carefully placed velcro fastenings. First impressions, the delivery. The item came within a week from ordering. Parcelforce brought it (South Worcestershire) and just about coped with the weight and its distribution. Carton. This was 90% effective, but I'd recommend the factory (if they can translate my babbling) put an extra band of packing tape around the waist of the carton as the staples were very close to leaking out the vertical struts. Furthermore, the vertical strut pipework were contained in a Styrofoam tubing but they had all slipped through and were loose in the box. If the international/local shippers/couriers had treated the packaging with the contempt that this amount of weight usually qualifies for, then I think I may have lost the legs and wing-nuts/instructions and potentially the finish of the pipes and wood surfaces could have 'gone-for-a-burton'. I'd imagine the importing process brings these cartons in containerised or paletised, making most issues local within the customer country. Arrived finishes: Some surface paint chips exposed the mild steel on the powder/spray coating of a hammerite style black. This spray extends through the full length of the threads on the tubes and within. The wood is exactly what you'd expect, natural and for the full depth. No weetabix-panels(chipboard) or glued-dust-shavings(MDF) here. There are knots in the wood, making each example unique but they've been finished in a way that I doubt would ooze any sap over time and hopefully this assessment will remain correct over the useful life of this product. Instructions: Most of the steps in the original instructions can be skipped as the makers have pre-assembled the large part of the assembly, or at least they've started you off or completed the two horizontal portions. Additional tools: I'd recommend bringing along scissors to undo the packaging (blindingly obvious) and (less obvious) I also found that having a 3/4" chisel to hand was worthy especially for a one-man effort (more later). A further option could be to have some thread-lock/ptfe-tape to ease construction and to eliminate future vibration from loud audible delights but I didn't worry. Recommendations: Do note that the exposed threads of the hand-rail/1900s-plumbing pipework is to be celebrated and seen when you construct the vertical sections. This sets a challenge as (without tape/threadlock) the tubing had a fair bit of free movement when offering up the top surface assembly. However it isn't just a symmetrical preference for the look of the tubing collars as you'll soon notice that if you don't leave a protruding thread then there is a high likelihood that the furniture will deform to the point where the vertical legs are on an angle rather than perfectly true north/south. What is the chisel for: Not perhaps for what you might have guessed. I found that the top surface assembly's tubing had width constraining bevels forced in to reduce the width to aid the tapered end of the mid-span vertical tubes to sit tightly internally _within_ them. The constructor had (to my potentially cack-handed perspective) made these rather too exaggerated and I opened them up with a forceful but dull bang using the narrow edge of the chisel with the tip shoved down to the bottom of the top surface tubing to angle the tapping from. This end of tube is metal, and therefore won't cause any wood damage (not that you'd see it if it wasn't the case). If you have no chisel, but have a hammer or rubber-mallet then you could clearly affect the same modification without condemning this product for this slight manufacturing oversight. 'Forewarned is forearmed'? Indeed, with a bit of a bruiser undertaking the construction, one might expect a tool-free assembly to be possible by manipulating the top surface onto the spigots with either a single large force spread evenly across all corners, or perhaps more ideally a sequential 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 corner repetitive medium level blow or dead-weight derived pressure ("sit on it, Potsie"). I took the more guaranteed option of releasing the pinch on the pipes as I didn't want any compromise or disappointment. A less fussy constructor might pass my recommendations by and be unaware of the merits and therefore readily dismiss my words of guidance and caution. Construction time: 10-15 minutes only. The wing-nuts that are provided may serve me better than those who've used the tubing without my pipe expansion method. However I'd comment that the top surface isn't going anywhere on my example. Resulting in these items being optional / aesthetically justifiable additions to the design. There is no rocking or vibration from the unit once constructed, even with the pipe thread exposure, it is beautifully sturdy and satisfying. The outer dimensions of the pipe (circular diameter/width) is 31.2mm and the collar max width is 43.4mm. The thread tap is approx 0.5mm The top wood surface is 28.6mm thick. The lower shelf wooden panels are quite a bit less thick but are still substantial. The pipework runs lower than the bottom surface of this wood on the lower shelf. However the same wooden shelving is above that of the pipe on the top edge. Why not 5 stars? Well, I'm not very free with maximum star ratings and while I like and would recommend this product, I have had to state a few deficiencies that ought not to prevent anyone from being eager to also purchase one, but might serve to ward off anyone who is readily displeased and who'd end up seeking a return based on similar eventualities. However, I'd hope the manufacturer is watching and will close any doubts on future consignments when the next shipping container arrives with items to replenish the load that my unit came within. If I had disliked this item in any way that was diabolically tangible, it would have been returned and I would probably not have offered any sort of review.
By Sabrina B.
May 23, 2017
Der Tisch kam rechtzeitig und ordentlich verpackt hier an. Man merkt direkt bei der Annahme, dass es sich um ein massives Möbelstück handelt - für den Paketboten waren die knapp 20 kg zum Glück kein Problem! Einmal ausgepackt, kann beim Zusammenbauen auch schon kaum mehr etwas schiefgehen, wobei es definitiv hilft zu zweit zu sein, um die Tischplatte frustfrei aufstecken zu können...keine Ahnung, wieso ich das weiss ;) Dann nur noch 4 Flügelmuttern einschrauben und fertig: vor einem steht ein wunderschöner, grosser Sofatisch im Industrial Style. Würde ich immer wieder kaufen!
By K G
May 19, 2017
Absolutely LOVE this table. I see some of the other reviews talk about assembly... yes, it's true that it's not a snap. But I was able to do it by myself so I can't say it's all that bad. The top comes with the metal parts attached, and the bottom. Basically, you have to put the legs up, hold the top over, and "slide" in the top... that's why it's hard. The pipe pieces don't fit together that well, so it takes some work. The best thing is to get 2 in solid, and then really use body weight to get the remaining two. Well worth the effort. I completely love this table - it looks GREAT and I love that the wheels are functional and lockable. I put some little wire baskets on the lower shelf and they fit perfectly. Really a great piece for the price!
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