I got this as well as the 30" wall cabinet. This cabinet sits at 7'1". The box is more than 7 feet. For a cabinet it's modern standard. Particle board, with a laminate finish. It does come with feet on the bottom (roughly 2" tall) to adjust it for uneven ground, as well as keep the particle board off of the ground in case of water or any kind of spills. We all know that particle board + any liquid=trashed.
Something worth noting, though I am not factoring this into my rating, is that this cabinet arrived in a box with one end torn completely off, and they put tape around it, due to this it was chipped and damaged on that end, and the face of the doors had many scuffs on them. Being that I put this in my shop room just for more "organized storage" it's not a huge deal, but you want to get the product you pay for right? I have no idea if this happened on the manufacturers end, home depots, ups, or the freight company that delivered it to my door (3 weeks after the set time because they "lost my phone number"), so again I'm not factoring this in my product rating, but be cautious of ordering it online.
Also note, being particle board, this thing is extremely heavy. Not to mention big and awkward to carry. I'd say this thing was roughly 100+ pounds. It took two of us to carry it. My girlfriend said the freight guy was alone when he brought it to our door, maybe that's where the damage came from?
Like most modern cabinet sets this has the adjustable hinges for the doors. This is to position the height, depth, even tilt on each door. Also like most modern cabinet sets, this piece has that really thin dense cardboard-like sheet that you tack onto the back of it. The issue with this, is it doesn't add any structural support. Because of this the instructions say that each shelf's work load is only 30pounds or less.... not much for a garage cabinet. I mean you throw a hammer drill, drill, charging station, few batteries and maybe a saw and that can easily be over 30 pounds. You fill a shelf with Paint canisters, easily over 30 pounds. etc. To top it off, because it has no cross supports, it's even more weak from side force, then it is from down force. What I mean by this is if say you or someone falls against it from the side, that can be more than enough to make it fall apart like a stack of cards. Literally once built, just shifting this thing into position you can see all pieces shifting and twisting in ways that don't scream "sturdy".
This is hands down the biggest "con" to this product. However you're not at a total loss. What I did (and strongly recommend) is instead of putting that thin cardboard like board on the back, cut a piece of plywood, or particle board or whatever to size, and then screw that on the back, into all of the frame pieces. Once you know where you want your shelves, put screws from the back piece into those as well to reinforce those too. Sure it adds another... what 30-50 pounds to the weight of this thing, but I know I have easily tripled the work load on each shelf, and now you could tackle this thing football player style from the side, and it should still hold. The only thing that would break is a shoulder, or maybe some pride. If you don't want that much weight, just add a plank at top, and the bottom to reinforce the corners. Add them under each shelf to increase work load.
With the price point on this, you and the fact that it has minimal structural support, you might be asking yourself "Is it worth it". I would still say yes. Think about it, if you make it yourself sure it can be a lot more sturdy, but it takes time to build, which us working men have almost none of. Not to mention while I know for a fact I could make one much more sturdy, putting the vinyl finish on it is pricey, and isn't the easiest thing to do. Not to mention this much material would cost a good bit. When you think of effort+labor/time+materials pricing, this all equals a lot more than what this product costs.
Even after all these cons, I would still recommend this product, but to a specific customers set up. If you want more than one cabinet or even several, I would recommend going with these to have a nice clean uniform workshop. However If you want just one and are a handyman/carpenter, I think a DIY cabinet with black paint and a protective finish might be more up your alley.
Looks Great, Easy to Assemble, Looks High End
Heavy, not very sturdy, pricey