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36 in. W x 72 in. H x 18 in. D 5-Shelf Plastic Ventilated Storage Shelving Unit

$34.97 /each
  • Constructed of heavy-duty, durable plastic
  • Features 5 shelves that each holds 150 lbs.
  • Customers love easy-to-assemble design (see reviews)

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The HDX 5-tier shelving unit is 72 in. H x 36 in. W x 18 in. D. Use this multi-purpose storage organizer in your home, garage, basement or utility area to keep your space neat and manageable. HDX designed it to hold most storage tote sizes, providing you with options for every room.

  • Weight capacity of 150 lbs. per shelf and 750 lbs. in total (when evenly distributed), enabling you to store a large number of household and personal items
  • Eco-friendly recycled, heavy duty plastic
  • NSF approved for food storage
  • Easy assembly requiring no tools
  • Raised feet to prevent water damage
  • Easy cleanup with ventilated shelving
  • 1-year manufacturer warranty
  • Made from recycled plastic
  • 36 in. W x 18 in. D x 72 in. H

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36 in. W x 72 in. H x 18 in. D 5-Shelf Plastic Ventilated Storage Shelving Unit
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Would you consider using this shelf in a dorm room? I would put containers and baskets etc to hold stuff but can't find any reviews on such????

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November 20, 2015
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It would be perfect for a dorm room or anywhere you like. It is attractive and light weight. It is white trimmed in gray. Inside or in a garage or shop.....perfect. So..... YES.
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Lake Orion, Michigan
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August 25, 2015
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These would be great for a dorm room because the shelves hold up to 250 lbs. and you can store a lot of things in a small area.!
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Brighton, 48116
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August 25, 2015
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It's a pretty large unit, but if you have the room, you can store several containers. I keep a storage bin for each holiday on mine, its all so nicely organized!
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West Springfield, MA
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August 20, 2015
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I think you could. It's functional, but I would say the "Prettiest" out there, but it will hold what you want it to hold.
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Grosse Pointe Park, MI
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August 18, 2015
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It would be fine in a dorm room! There is a lot of space and each shelf holds about 150 lbs. It is comparable to a custom made shelving unit. I have one in my grandkids room too. I have clear totes with their books and toys. The lower shelves I used for their bigger trucks and toys. It looks great!
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Douglasville, Georgia
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August 12, 2015
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Yes, you could use it for storage in a dorm room.
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Palmdale, CA
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August 11, 2015
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Yes. They are sturdy, don't look bad and are a good size for limited space.
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Kansas
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August 11, 2015
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I think it would work great for a dorm room
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California
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August 11, 2015
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Yes, it's plenty sturdy to hold your stuff in your dorm room. I use it in my storage shed and it holds pretty much everything I put on it with no problems.
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August 4, 2015
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Yes. It should provide good service.
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Glendale,AZ
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July 28, 2015
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Sure...Why not. It is not particularly attractive but will certainly do the job.
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Libby, MT
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July 27, 2015
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Absolutely, I would use this in a dorm room. It can be 2 shelves and 3 shelves or put the entire 5 shelves vertically. It is plastic, but can hold a great amount of weight. I keep camping gear on one of mine and boxes of books on another. It is easy to assemble and disassemble, which is ideal for a college student. When I was in college we used cinder bricks and boards. This is much nicer. The shelves do Read More
Absolutely, I would use this in a dorm room. It can be 2 shelves and 3 shelves or put the entire 5 shelves vertically. It is plastic, but can hold a great amount of weight. I keep camping gear on one of mine and boxes of books on another. It is easy to assemble and disassemble, which is ideal for a college student. When I was in college we used cinder bricks and boards. This is much nicer. The shelves do have holes in them. This is both good and bad...good in that there is less to dust and maybe not so good in that very small items would fall through. However, the Home Depot sells squares of mirror tile that could be used on the shelf for small items like rings or earrings. Read Less
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Farmington, MI, USA
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July 27, 2015
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The shelves have about a 16" opening. Measure one in the store and choose storage boxes accordingly.
Easy to assemble; (make sure all the parts are there before you start) ~10 min, separated and ready to go.
If the floor is not flat, bring some shims. HD has a pack, (+20 wood shims, used to square up window and door instillation) in lumber area for about $1 these may help level it.
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The shelves have about a 16" opening. Measure one in the store and choose storage boxes accordingly.
Easy to assemble; (make sure all the parts are there before you start) ~10 min, separated and ready to go.
If the floor is not flat, bring some shims. HD has a pack, (+20 wood shims, used to square up window and door instillation) in lumber area for about $1 these may help level it.
From my experience; dorm room yes, frat house - not without epoxy to assemble...
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Can you purchase additional "feet" to fit into the bottom poles if you were to build them only half as tall and build two sets half as tall side by si

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June 19, 2015
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I just ordered 4 packs of feet and caps at apgparts.com. Customer svc # is 1.877.638.7056.
Each pack has 4 feet/caps and costs $5.75. Up to 4 packs and the shipping is $9.69. Starting at 5 packs, the shipping goes to $10.66. You can also order extra shelves and poles. I didn't check those prices.
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Floyds Knobs, IN
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October 7, 2014
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Yes. Go to www.apgparts.com for a complete listing of all replacement parts for this unit.
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October 7, 2014
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The quickest and easiest way to acquire replacement parts is to contact Home Depot customer service through the "Contact Us" link on their website (http://www.homedepot.com/c/Contact_Us) and provide them with the unit model number and parts desired. You have three options for contact: 1.) Phone 2.) Email 3.) Live chat.
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ortonville MI
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August 26, 2014
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Yes in the directions in the package there is a site to order any parts needed
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April 1, 2014
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Yes - just call the phone number which came with the package.
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March 11, 2014
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I haven't seen any add-ons to this system, but the feet don't serve any functional purpose. You could leave the feet off both halves.
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Austin, TX, USA
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February 18, 2014
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I have not seen extra feet at Home Depot, perhaps from the supplier. You could put a piece of 2 by 4 under the shelves to get them at the same level but the feet are not essential, especially if the shelves are shorter.
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February 18, 2014
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I am not aware that they sell only the feet but you would still need another shelf to make two even sets.
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Tucson, Az
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February 18, 2014
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I don't think so. And they really aren't necessary. When I was in Home Depot, these units were packed in boxes and I didn't see any extra pieces one could buy. You might check on the manufacturers website.
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February 18, 2014
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Hi, I believe this could be done with certain modifications. You would also need adapters to fit into the legs. The best way to find out is to ask someone in that department or at customer service. They could get you the precise answer you need.
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February 17, 2014
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You can try contacting the company that makes the shelves but you really don't need the feet. I didn't use them and the unit is still very stable.
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February 17, 2014
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I suppose you could if you found the right size canisters/feet.
You could probably build your own if you drilled to a certain depth into some wood blocks. The shelving is all the same. It has been a while since I built mine, but I don't believe that any one specific shelf said bottom shelf. They all could have been used as a bottom shelf.
With a 5 tier shelf though, you would have to buy two to get 10 Read More
I suppose you could if you found the right size canisters/feet.
You could probably build your own if you drilled to a certain depth into some wood blocks. The shelving is all the same. It has been a while since I built mine, but I don't believe that any one specific shelf said bottom shelf. They all could have been used as a bottom shelf.
With a 5 tier shelf though, you would have to buy two to get 10 shelves total and then pare down to equal size shelving. Otherwise, it would be 1-4 or 2-3. Read Less
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February 17, 2014
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Yes you can get different feet for it to turn it into two free standing shelving.
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How much weight can be put on each shelf before a shelf starts to sag from weight?

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September 28, 2015
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All of mine are bowed, and none of them has even 50 lbs. of weight on them.
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October 7, 2014
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Each shelf is rated for 150 lbs. I would try to place the heaviest items on the outer edges closest to the poles whenever possible.
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Floyds Knobs, IN
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October 7, 2014
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Linda, each shelf can hold up to 200 lbs.
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Chula Vista, Ca
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July 29, 2014
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The shelves on these units will sag (bow down) under their own weight after a few days or weeks. Forget about putting any weight on them. Not recommended.
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Severance, CO
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April 1, 2014
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Quite a bit - I've had three 5-gallon buckets full of water sitting on a shelf with minimal bowing.
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Knoxville, TN, USA
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March 5, 2014
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150 pounds. Something I tried because I like to see if a product lives up to its claims is: build the bottom 2 shelves, then stand on it for a few seconds. It worked and held.
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Homosassa, FL, USA
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February 18, 2014
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I would say take it easy on weight higher up because the weight increases towards the bottom. I would say no more the 200 pounds per shelf. I broke my first shelf by putting to much on it. Can goods about 2 high is probably max. Heavier items on the bottom not the top shelves
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Davenport, IA, USA
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February 18, 2014
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I use mine to store my tools on it. I figure the shelves can hold about 200 pounds each although I think 150 to 175 would be a safe bet.
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Costa Mesa, CA, USA
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February 17, 2014
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About 15lbs.
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February 11, 2014
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I have several storage bins on a couple of shelves and they weigh about 60/70 lbs each and they arenot bending at all.
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January 30, 2014
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The entire unit is rated for 750 pounds - 150 per shelf.
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January 30, 2014
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Linda, each shelf can hold up to 150 lbs. I don't know if it will sag at that point or fail completely.
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It says you can have up to 20lbs or there about. I have one shelf that is near capacity and it does sag a tiny little bit. You could safely have upwards of 15lbs or so and not have an issue whatsoever. I don't think you can layer the shelving with 12-packs of soda or cleaning supplies which can be light themselves, but collectively heavy...but if you space out your weight among all the shelves you should Read More
It says you can have up to 20lbs or there about. I have one shelf that is near capacity and it does sag a tiny little bit. You could safely have upwards of 15lbs or so and not have an issue whatsoever. I don't think you can layer the shelving with 12-packs of soda or cleaning supplies which can be light themselves, but collectively heavy...but if you space out your weight among all the shelves you should be fine. Read Less
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Can these shelf systems be hooked together to extend the length of the shelves (i. e. side-by-side)?

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December 24, 2015
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There's no built-in design feature that lets them hook together but many ideas have already been given. You could also drill a hole through shelf sides and use a long carriage bolt and nut.
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I use 11 inch zip ties, makes them sturdier.
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Costa Mesa, CA, USA
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I think you can probably zip tie them together to become more sturdy and have them side by side. Keep in mind that the poles do sit just inside the corners of each shelf.
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January 14, 2014
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There is no way to connect them together, though they butt up to each other nicely when placed side by side. If they were against a wall, you could put a long screw through one of the shelves from the underneath side and attach them to the wall. Or you could use some long bolts and connect adjacent shelves together, but I haven't had any need to stabilize them in any way.
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Mastic, NY, USA
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December 27, 2013
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These shelves are a stand alone product. I have mine side by side without a connection.
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December 17, 2013
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try using large hose clamps. Readily available and easy to disassemble.
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December 10, 2013
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They don't actually lock together but there's no reason you can't stand them up next to each other and then tie them together with wire, tie wraps, etc.
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December 10, 2013
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No.
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No.
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November 19, 2013
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Try using large hose clamps from auto parts store or Home Depot.
I also used PVC pipe cut in 1 foot lengths to insert in top shelf to keep long items on top shelf from falling off.
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November 19, 2013
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they can be placed side by side (as I have done) but not connected.
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November 15, 2013
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No. That is the only thing that is better about the Lowes shelving.
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No, they cannot. Each one is a free standing unit.
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by QA dept out to lunch I usually try to buy shelving at Costco for this reason. Every time I buy a HDX shelf set there is ALWAYS a surprise when it come time to assemble it - and it ALWAYS goes unnoticed until you COMPLETELY unpackage the shelving. I suspect that a LOT of people find a fix or a work-around to remedy the problem rather than re-package everything and take it back to Home Depot for an exchange. Based on my experience, I would be afraid that the replacement shelves would also have some sort of issue.. September 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EXCELLENT VALUE for garage/utility shelves!! I just put this together today and am very pleased with the product. I love the height and the option to make my utility room more functional and less messy. Yes there was some excess plastic on some of the pieces but when I turned the piece and pushed hard enough they would go through. I will be going back to buy 2 more. Can't get $30 for 5 shelf unit anywhere else. August 15, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Would not purchase again I bought this on sale. And would have never considered it at full price now that it is fully assembled. It wouldn't have been worth the full price. It was not the easiest shelving unit to put together. Instructions state no tools required, but I needed a hammer and a utility knife. It is fairly sturdy, but this until is covered in little plastic apendages that needed to be cut off (see photos). On one of shelves, 2 of the 4 openings for the plastic rods had to be reshaped with a utility knife for rods to fit/hold shelf. July 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value Has quite a few misformed molded plastic pieces, but doesn't affect structurally or cosmetically. Hold plenty of weight and perfectly good for storage. Good value at $30 August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good value but not perfect These shelves are inexpensive and provide a lot of storage for the cost. They are relatively quick to assemble...when all the parts fit perfectly. I've found the manufacturing is irregular, and one shelf unit may assemble in five minutes and the next in 20 because the tubes that connect the shelves are misshapen. They also tend to be brittle -- some individual shelves show signs of having been dropped or run into and have lost bits of plastic. Treated with care, they are fine. Finally if you store heavy boxes on them for several months, they will buckle a bit, but not come apart entirely. September 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Two sets had missing and defective parts First set of shelves was missing a leg; the second set we bought had 2 legs that were two short and another that had excess plastic from the molding process that it couldn't be used. Paperwork with shelves said "broken or missing parts - do not return to store" and gives a web site where parts can be obtained "free of charge" - except they wanted to charge me $12 to ship one leg! Clearly there is no quality control - the shelves are sturdy once assembled but if you want to avoid repeated trips to the store, plan to open it and check all the parts in the check out line. September 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great fit and function Light and easy to assemble. Seems very sturdy. Works great near water. June 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to build, not for heavy items Definitely need to be realistic with these plastic shelving units. It's very easy to assemble and seems like an overall solid structure. I'm already starting to see the middle sag a bit with putting 20 lbs worth of items spread across. If this item was say $20 I would have no complaints but for $40? I feel one can build a cheap 2x4 shelving unit easily with some screws. Live and learn. We'll be using this for lightweight items inside the house. Originally was going to store things in the garage but guess that won't be happening now... September 6, 2016
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