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Frenchi Swivel 6-Hook Coat Rack, Cherry Finish
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- 71" High The base width is 19.5" and the top with the pegs are 10" wide."
- 6 Pags Swivels
- Some Assembly Required
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This Swivel Coat Rack Stand is beautiful made from solid wood with a nice Cherry finish. The top has 6 pegs to hang hats, purses, and clothes. The spindle has great craftsmanship and is heavy and sturdy. This rack is nice and so handy.
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- There were no installation instructions.
- Three of the six holes for the stems did not have inserts into which the spindles could be screwed.
- The wooden dowels for attaching the feet were too short and too thin to be useful.
So in order to put the rack together, I had to also purchase three metal screw inserts and a box of 5/16 dowel pins (which although I only needed three, I had to purchase a box of 50). I should have also purchased a drive tool for inserting the screw inserts but I thought I could finagle this with tools I already own. I also purchased a box of head plugs to close the holes in the feet where the screws are inserted, a bottle of wood glue for the dowels and the head plugs, and a wood finish stain marker for the existing scratches all over the rack and for coloring the head plugs.
Putting the rack together finally was a bit of a project. Installing the screw inserts without a drive tool was a pain (lesson learned). The allen wrench was just long enough to fit in the hole and was cumbersome to use. After the struggle it was to get the feet screwed in completely, there were significant gaps between the feet and the standing rod. I used wood glue here too. After allowing the glue to set, I had to clean off the excess glue and then stain the various scratches that exposed the blond wood beneath the paint color.
In my opinion, this is more than a simple case of "you get what you pay for" when you buy a $20 coat rack. I wouldn't have minded cleaning up the final installation a little bit--plugging the screw holes and staining the scratches--for a $20 rack, but I should not have had to buy screw inserts and proper dowels regardless of the price. In the end, I paid $20 for the rack and an additional $20 for the supplies to finish the installation. In spite of the shoddy craftsmanship, I'm giving the rack 3-stars since I like the look of it and it seems like it will be sturdy enough. Time will tell.