Flashlight is made of plastic and is crome color. It has a rubber grip band that is nice. The red traffic cone is about the same lenght as the flashlight. The red cone screws into the top of the flashlight which keeps it on tight. The flashlight has three settings by push button on the grip, 70 lumens, 40 lumens and strobe. The rubber button switch is easy to find on the grip just by feeling for it. When the red cone is screwed into the flashlight it is about 16 inches in total length.The bottom of the flashlight also has a pretty stronge magnet on it's base. The base can also be screwed on the top of the flashlight to make a lantern. The base has a half built in ring so it can be hooked hanging upsitde down for the lantern. The flashlight comes with a camera style wrist strap and three AAA batteries. When used as a traffic wand the wand is bright. I use it on the lower setting since that is plenty bright for my needs. I do litke the strobe effect to get someones attention. I don't know if the flashlight is waterproof or not, it appears to be as the LED is sealed and everthing else screws tightly together. There are no instructions or anything that states that. I have not had to use it in the rain yet. Hope this helps answer any questions, since desciption on line is vague.
Bought these for our newly renovated kitchen. Fit nicely under the countertop and very easy to move when we need to access the cabinets. Very lightweight but sturdy. Husband had no problem putting them together. They look nice! Can't beat the price!
Needed some extra stools for my table when I have visitors. Didn't want to spend a lot since they wouldn't be used a lot. Perfect size, slide them under the table when not in use. Seats do look cheap, not leather but plastic, but for what I need them for they are perfect. Easy to assemble.
Missing parts... Scuffs, marks and dents in the wood... peg holes that were drilled too far, making a partial hole one the outside of the stool leg (where there is not supposed to be a hole)... I didn't even get one of these put together before finding all of the issues. There may be more, but I stopped assembling and packed them back up to take back to the store. For the price, these should be better quality. Pick something else.
Bought, delivered & assembled before Xmas 2010. Very sturdy, good construction and easy to assemble. Bought 4 and the first one opened had a deep 1 inch indentation\/scratch on the chair backing and a 8 inch scratch on the leather seat (have not contact CS yet). The other 3 were in fine condition. Everyone complimented the look & feel of the counter stools. Really accents & matches my new renovated kitchen. Matches the cherry cabinets perfectly, even the black leather seats & backing go nicely with the color. Love them. Good buy.
These chairs are nice and elegant looking with the window pane design back. Chairs are relatively easy to put together but be sure to adjust the screws carefully to make sure the chairs legs are aligned and balanced.
Well first of all, the chairs did not get delivered in the time I expected, they seemed to stay in one place for 2-3days when they could be moving. They look cheap and the seat did not have enough cushion. I ordered chairs of a different brand similar to these and they are much better for a lower price. Not happy, Debra J. Temple, TX.
So, lets be honest. This is a very affordable bed. Therefore we get what we pay for. The painting on it is not perfect and construction is good. There is a very off gap where mattress end and end of the bed. I think it's probably due to the trundle. But overall and for its money it will do the job for a few years. Unless someone is going in with a loop I think goes well in my toddler room and with decor it looks perfect. Website purchase was easy and on time delivery. But when I called the store to ask a question they left me on hold for about 15 minutes so I hang up. ON THE TRUNDLE... Great size for a 7\" mattress. No more than that. It slides easily. But a problem for a tiled floor is that the wheels have no stoppers so when you move the trundle moves. My husband removed two wheels and added to feet to it so we can use it without the movement. Not sure it will work as we haven't installed it. Overall, for the money, it was a good but. Anything over $300 is not worth it.
We got this as part of bundle with captain bed. Interestingly it took 2x as long to assemble trundle drawer than bed but with hardware for wheels etc. makes sense.\n\nVery smooth to roll. Looks very nice!\n\nWord of warning tho - if you get pillow top or very thick plush mattress you'll never fit it in the trundle. I got a cheap, thin mattress 7\" for trundle and nice pillow top for captain bed for nightly sleeping and the pillow top NEVER would have fit in the trundle! The thin mattress I got for bottom is perfect - leaves room for storage of sheets and blankets.
It looks really nice, but I'm not sure how long it will last for two boys. They are small, but tend to jump off of the bed. The trundle does not pull out as easily as I would like. The handles are spread so far it's hard to get a hold of to even start pulling.