Rated 3.3 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5★ by KCApple Difficult to assemble alone, but functional. I have assembled IKEA furniture alone. I assembled a Sauder Computer Cockpit Workstation with over 600 parts alone. This was the single most frustrating assembly I've done and I had to have help on the last hardware because at 5'10" I couldn't reach around the shelves, tighten the Allen wrench AND hold the bearing in place a foot away UNDER the table with the screwdriver at the same time. The wood is cheap - it split when screws were tightened in various places. However, it does meet my needs exactly. It's the right height to stand at when working, the shelves are big enough to hold materials and the size is good for a smallish craft room. It looks good when done and the table feels solid. (I work in stained glass, so I'm putting some weight on it.) If you are a handy assembler and have a helper about I would recommend it to you. Don't over-tighten the screws! 11/22/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Sadisfied Decent table, poor packaging The table is a good deal...assemby was easy and seems sturdy so far. A couple pieces were damaged during shipping but it was because of the poor packing process used...not the carrier. The manufacturer should have anticipated the "material shifting" during handling. The boards demolished the styrofoam that they hoped to protect it. Once we opened the box, the styrofoam went everywhere!!! We literally had to use a vac to clean the mess as we removed each item from the box. Static cling made the styrofoam stick to everything...including me!!!A couple of the pieces had some damage due to them shifting in the box...but I made repairs rather than dealing with any possibility of shipping this mess back or having to live with the parts stacked in the floor to wait for replacement parts. However, all the parts were there and the assembly did go smoothly.NOTE: The table is large and I doubt it would easily be moved completely assembled. So I unpacked the box (and did the clean up) in a larger room then carried partially assembled components to the room where the table is located to do the final assembly. If I had assembled the table complete then had to disassemble it to get it moved to the room it was to be used....I might have gone "postal"!!! hahaUse common sense when you plan to assemble this and it should go smoothly for you. And I hope you don't have to deal with the big mess we had to clean up just to get it unpacked!But the table is nice, she likes it and it is functional. 11/26/2012
Rated 2 out of 5★ by Xraychic12 I would have given this product 5 stars in every category if it didn't arrive severely damaged. We didn't notice the damage until it was time to flip the table over and the entire piece of the "guide" (where paper or fabric is guided up onto the table) was busted off. Very disappointed. 01/17/2013