27" Natural Floor Stand
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- Includes levelers for uneven surfaces
- Supportsd full crock and water bottle.
- Solid Hardwood Construction.
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Unfortunately, NONE of the screw holes line up. The legs are held to the base with pegs/holes, and two screws. The screw hole on one side lined up, but was too large for the provided screw, so the screw just kept turning and never fully tightened.
The top is much the same. A thin plywood plate attaches to the top crossbeams, and holes are provided for the screws - but none line up properly.
I quickly quit trying to use the provided holes and just used an electric screwdriver to put the screws in. It seems fairly sturdy overall. I noticed an earlier complaint about no floor stabilizers, but I guess they've since remedied that, as mine did come with them.
Don't expect some super sturdy piece of furniture if you order this. It is, however, a decent price and I don't expect it to break any time soon.
UPDATE (8/14/2013): This stand is now wobbly as heck. I have to keep it wedged in corner so it stays still. Since a stand like this is meant to hold 3-5 gallon bottles of water, I'd suggest picking something more sturdy.
Some additions I would have liked.
1. Feet levelers. For placement on a tile floor, this would have eliminated any rocking (which makes one uneasy when there is a full 5 gallon bottle on top)
2. Holes pre-drilled for assembly. There is a long screw that connects the 2 halves together. Because it is solid wood, I was fearful of cracking the piece, so I predilled the hole myself.
3. A small bottle of glue (or instructions to glue) the dowels into the legs of the assembly. This would make the stand a lot more stable to eliminate any rocking on the legs. I glued mine and it is rock solid now.
Otherwise, a great stand for the price.
My complaints with it are two and they are minor. I would like adjustable feet. The floor in my house isn't level, so I'd like to be able to make adjustments so that it can sit without rocking. The second is with materials. It contains particle board (masonite) and water-based glue. I'm not sure how well these will handle getting wet -- a real danger with this type of equipment.