I bought 3 of these shelves from Walmart.com, although shipping it to my local store was delayed a few days, and they still can't find one of them at the store. The parts seem substantial. The actual shelf is 1/2" pressed board, supported on all 4 edges by a formed steel rail that connects to the vertical posts with rivet heads that have large heads which fasten via keyhole slots in the vertical posts. The only thing where I think they cut a corner on design is that the posts are 3 feet long, so they require 2 of them end to end to make each 6-foot post. Assembling them end to end is a bit tricky, as they have to be held butted together while you assemble the rails, one rivet in the end keyhole of each 3-foot post. It's difficult to do without extra hands. Also, this forces one shelf to be at the 3-foot mark (middle). So the shelves are not quite as flexible as I expected. Typically, you'll end up with one shelf at the bottom, one in the middle and one at the top. Only the remaining 2 shelves will be "adjustable." Once assembled, it seems acceptably sturdy.
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