|Product Type: Book Trucks||Collection: Scoot|
|Finish: Black||Primary Material: Metal|
|Powder Coated Finish: Yes||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Shelves Included: Yes||Storage Cabinets Included: No|
|Casters Included: Yes||Adjustable Height: No|
|Electric Outlets: No||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Product Care: No|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty|
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DCinMI from Northern Michigan
This cart was obviously designed by someone who knew he would never have to assemble it. I worked on it for 5 hours by myself and got it to less than the halfway point. (My bruises and abrasions are nearly healed now.) I finally got a friend to help me. We worked on it for another 3 hours and managed to get it together only because her 11 year old granddaughter was with her and able to wriggle into the tight places and put the screws in while we held shelves and brackets in place. (24 sheet metal screws, which were very difficult to screw in even when they weren't holding things together, had to be put in, two next to each other, under each end of each shelf through a bracket and the shelf and into the frame, in spaces about 1" wide and slightly higher than the diameter of the screws)When it was finally together, it leaned severely in whatever direction it was being pulled or pushed, even though the screws were in as tightly as we could get them. I finally had my nephew come over the other day and, after some time and effort, he was able to tighten the screws enough so that it doesn't wobble--for now anyway.Other than that, I love the cart. The pieces were made to last and it is attractive when together. I just think that it ought to be welded together and shipped already assembled. If that had been the case, I would have rated it 5 stars and would recommend it to others. I've put many things together in my life, but this was the absolute worst experience I've ever had.
Safeco Double Sided Six Shelf Cart
Keith from Bothell WA
Though a little daunting to assemble, the directions are good and you become efficient with the process. It took me about an hour to assemble. Quality of product is high. Feels substantial. Coasters/wheels are larger, which is good. When the cart is fully loaded with books it is heavy and challenging to push by a smaller person. Time will tell if the coasters will last under the weight of the books. We are a publisher and our primary user of the cart gives it high marks so far (1st week). Hope this review is helpful.
Homeless in New Bedford!!!
Kevin from New Bedford, MA – Verified Buyer
Delight buying from. Would do it again. The book cart was for the homeless give-a-way at Mercy Meal and More in New Bedford. When the price comes down to $180 please let me know. $243 is a budget buster.
Kevin from Sharon, MA – Verified Buyer
The product took twice as long to arrive as originally quoted. The carts do not come preassembled, the screws that came with it appear to be a little too small. When assembled and loaded with books, it is very wabbly and will collapse. I found preassembled, sturdier ones somewhere else for less money. Would not buy from Wayfair again.
Just what we needed
Farmgirl from Lebanon, TN – Verified Buyer
Our club only needs this cart on a monthly basis, so it is more a rolling display... does a great job.
It looks great.
Kathy from Central MN
One corner had a paint chip when it arrived. I have not used it yet because I am waiting for a stronger person to tighten up the screws.
I bought this product twice
Church Secretary from Gulf Breeze, FL – Verified Buyer
It is very sturdy and great looking. Also a great bargain. We ended up ordering a second one.
ILight duty, hard to assemble.
Geoff the Racer from Toccoa, GA
For the price, it is a decent library cart. [...] We bought 2 because we need to deal with a large book collection in renovating our home. It is not unattractive, but very difficult for a person with only 2 hands to assemble. When our renovation is complete, we intend to donate one of our 2 to our church's library.
Walt from East Central Florida
I will be using this cart to store/move small books. Because of the way this cart is assembled, I classify it as light duty. I can see problems with the cart becoming wobbly if it is loaded up and pushed across carpeting. Assembly is difficult if you don't do assembly work on a normal basis. Foreseeing the potential problems, I modified the shelf mounts by drilling and using through bolts instead of the sheetmetal screws supplied. This sturdied the cart immensly and I know that I won't have future problems with instability.
A challenging assembly
tpd from Shebly, MI
An excellent product, at a reasonable price, that was a CHALLENGE to assemble.