- Stainless steel table work surface has curved edges for safety
- Heavy duty adjustable chrome plated steel shelf
- Chrome plated 1.5" diameter poles with leveling feet
- Suitable for work, kitchen, restaurants, and food preparation
- Dimensions: 49"L x 24"W x 35"H
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Stainless Steel Work Table - 49"
|Price:||$157.03 + $22.95 shipping|
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||Sam's Club|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Item Weight||57 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
It will dissemble easily should you need to transport it, cleans simply and thoroughly, and is as good a product as one could hope for. Leveling legs are included, so you can have a rock-steady work surface. With the wheels attached, the table can function as a cart as well.
The 70-pound weight says the material used is going to last and last, with the workmanship confirming it. The price is right for what you get, for a product you could have and use for 20 years. Surprisingly easy to assemble (no bolts or nuts), and very sturdy. This table was made for me.
Reasons for 5 stars:
1) Good quality parts. I thought for 150 the stainless top would have sharp edges...I did not find any on mine. The box claims this thing will hold 1000 pounds...I believe it.
2) Price. I looked for something like this for hours and hours....I found similar products can cost twice as much.
I might buy another. Other uses for this table: kitchen(obviously), science lab, mortuary, fish tank stand (just put a nice cover over it and you have a great stand that will not rot or stink when you spill fish tank water on it)
There is a trick to assembling the unit...that is , lay the top on the floor with holes facing up, then tap each leg in place. set up on its side
add th bottom sgelf , then wheels or feet plugs as directed and ...wow a great table/ cart!
It arrived, my adult daughter assembled it, same as she has the Seville table/cart products. We then put the mini donut machine on it, all was okay. Rolled the cart into place, and the table did a crazy lean. Oh no! We quickly moved the machine (50+ pounds, 4 feet long - without the frying oil) to another table.
So, I took the darn thing completely apart. Put the top face down on the ground (okay, on a rug) and put the two plastic pieces together inside the top leg hole. Then I put the leg in, with the caster/wheel off, and used a hammer to make sure I had a tight fit. Did the same with the rest of the legs. Then slipped the shelf over the legs, and then the casters/wheels. Turned it over, added the black plastic at the height I wanted the shelf (while lifting the shelf up), and then slid the shelf down. Used the hammer, gently, to make sure the shelf was seated on the collar pieces. Now it is stable and holds together.
Because the table is so tall with the casters on, I had my husband do magic in his shop, he took about 6 inches off the top of each leg. Now it is perfect, and I'm ordering another. It is cost effective solution to set my mini donut machine on and wheel into and use at festivals and fairs. To get five stars, it would be easier to assemble/dissemble so I could break it down between shows. Instead I'll have to leave it all together, which will be a bit more awkward.
After reading reviews of other tables I half-expected these tables to be all dinged up. But there aren't any dings or creases in the top surface. Only one dent could be found and it was along the rounded edge, so I just put that side against the wall. I also expected to see a lot of flex in the top surface since the price was relatively low compared to the high end restaurant equipment. But it's actually really solid with reinforced channels running along the underside of it. I felt the plastic sleeves that hold the shelf up are adequate. You just have to make sure you line up the sleeve with the groove on the leg, push them tight together and slide the shelf down. Once the shelf is down half way on all four sleeves, check them again to make sure they're still in the groove and then press the shelf down firmly on each corner to make sure the sleeves are very tightly compressed against the legs. I can easily load the shelves with a hundred pounds or more and the shelves aren't budging.
The tables look so good that I'm actually nervous that I'll have them all scratched up in a few months. I am considering buying some rubber work mats to put on them to help prevent this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The table is great, but I had to get a second due to the first one came in with a big dent in the top. Read morePublished 8 months ago by David S
LOVE the table. It's being used as kitchen island and so much more. I use it to wrap gifts, pay bills etc. The large surface lends itself to countless projects. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Phyllis P.
bought this one over other brands because i have 2 that i bought 2 years ago and love them. this one was too wobbly on the casters so i took them off, but it's still a little... Read morePublished 16 months ago by vthaven
The table is very good, but it came dented. This was the second one I bought and both were dented. Buy it in a store if you can.Published 17 months ago by Suke