Rated 2 out of 5★ by 1reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5★ by MrFaz Cheap Assembly instructions state the obvious, in multiple languages, without warning you about the things that are easily missed. For example, the bottom shelf has an extra threaded hole, so it is important to put the short feet on this odd shelf. The extra threaded hole is for the front "foot", which is nothing more that a long screw which looks pretty ugly. The nine pole pieces that separate the shelves are very thin-walled and easily dented. In my case, three of the nine were dented in transit. I did not want to deal with a return, so I placed the dented pieces on the bottom rear and turned the dents toward the wall. The directions should tell you to look for dented pieces and put them on the bottom, because it would be a miracle for this item to ship more than a mile without damage. The foot pieces and top caps look more like shiny plastic than metal - in fact, the whole thing looks more like shiny plastic than chrome-plated metal. There is a little suction cup to be placed under each corner of the shelves, but the cups only hold suction for a couple of seconds. If something relatively heavy is placed on the very front of a shelf, the back of the shelf will lift up, so be sure to put a few items on the back before loading the front. The entire assembled unit is very light weight and unstable, and I am considering removing the dented pole pieces and reassembling the unit with three shelves instead of four to make it a bit more stable. This item is not very expensive, but the quality is even lower than the price would suggest. 05/07/2013