Rated 4.6 out of 5Â by 30
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Greg1952 Review of Stack on cabinet
The cabniet itself is fantastic! Great size for the price. It can fit 50 cal ammo cans like other cabniets can't. :)
Customer service of YRC freight was Absoutley terrible. They could only deliver between 12-4 (typical work shift for normal people) and tried to charge me storage fees after 3 days.
It ended up taking me 3 weeks from expected delivery date to receive the cabniet. And calling both Home Depot /YRC for a total of 5-6 hrs.
Love the cabinet, but not sure it was worth the hours on hold. :/
August 12, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by XOXO1XOXO Great Price (might be a little damaged)
Had it delivered to store to make it easier to refuse product if the box/packaging was damaged, the box was in pristine condition, strapped to a pallet and everything, Home Depot did a great job loading it in my truck. Brought it home took great care to get it in the basement, not a mark on the box. opened it up, packing material all in great shape, took off the plastic wrap and noticed the corner was damaged a wrinkled corner with paint chipping off :~(..... Just a blemish, but it still works as intended, and I'm not about to try and haul it out of my basement to take it back. Besides it's not Home Depot's fault, I imagine it was dinged up at the Stack On factory and then packaged up and shipped, as I said the box was in great shape, not a mark on it. Also considering the great price I paid it is about what one would pay for a blemished item compared to one in great shape. The picture makes it look a lot worse then it does in person.
March 31, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Johm Perfect condition
Arrived in about 7 business days. No dents, perfect condition.
August 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Peter Ecellent product and experience!
Good value, exactly what I expected. Delivery was fast and easy. Store employees were very helpful in loading.
July 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BuffaloBob Good product for the money
Two minor issues found, like other reviewers. (1) the screws that hold the plastic barrel rests against the backside of the cabinet are difficult to line up, even with 2 people. I used a nail to open the screw hole in the barrel rest so that a light would shine thru it. Person behind the cabinet shines a flashlight thru the hole in the cabinet, and I line up the barrel rest using the light. Once aligned, the person behind the cabinet gets the screw started. Repeat until all screws are started, the rest is easy. (2) I also found the keys were difficult to operate, but lubrication is not the answer. Problem is the keys have sharp edges. Use a wire brush (mine is mounted on an electric drill) to smooth the sharp edges, like they do when you get a spare key made. That, and some lubrication, made the locks operate much smoother. Overall love the paint job, and this cabinet will keep curious kids and adults away from firearms. A thief with a pry bar will have no trouble getting in, but that's not my main concern, and I don't want the hassle of buying and moving a real safe. I'd prefer both doors open using the same key, but oh well, you can't have everything.
January 17, 2014