Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 6
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Vinman I Love This Bar! :)
Replaced my Tikki Bar with this one and it was a big hit at my last BBQ Party. Very sturdy, good quality, and comfortable stools.
May 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Amanda Gorgeous
I love the look of this outdoor bar. It was a bit expensive even when i got it on sale. The instructions were very easy and it only took a few hours to finish the project. Unfortunatly the care instructions say that this "outdoor" bar should not get wet or be in the sun making it problematic since it is outside. I will be buying Rustoleum clear coat spray to help protect the finish. The chairs that it comes with are fantastic! I will also be spraying them with Rustoleums "Never Wet" to keep them looking their best. I do wish that the chairs were also able to be purchased seperatly because I would buy additional ones for my new bar.
August 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by lhodg91 Exactly what I was looking for
This is a great setup. Includes all the features I was looking for. I can use this inside in the winter and in the yard in the summer.
June 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BDL10 Great!
This is the best bar we could find for the price....we did polyurethane it though as another reviewer mentioned it might get rusty outside. It looks great, and the stools are comfortable. I would have liked to buy more stools, but there were none available to buy.
October 3, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by CentralFLResident Rain > RUST! Use only if fully under cover (or set on rust colored deck/pavers?)
Day 1 Started putting the base unit together, and it started to rain. That evening, I found bright orange rust marks about the size of a silver dollar beneath each "leg"... I thought MAYBE if I put the (aluminum) tabletop on it, it would stop rain from entering steel parts, so, Day 2, I bolted the top on, put some saran wrap over some openings & waited. Day 3: 3" pools of very rusty water multiple places, and the entire area under the bar slightly orange,
My pool deck is beige, so I'll take it apart & return it. Most of the bar seems to be aluminum but some parts are steel and quickly covered with rust. Someone suggested rustoleum but that won't coat inside of hollow legs, etc. unless dipped or something. Steel parts should NOT be exposed to rain -- any openings instantly rusted,.
Wish we had an outdoor area that's fully covered,
Bar is sturdy & attractive (I didn't assemble the pergola or open the box of stools yet, so I don't know what they'll look like, but I'd guess they are as nice as the base.)
Probably "Rust resistant" if never exposed to direct rain or hosed down.
September 7, 2014