Suncast ELEMENTS Coffee Table with Storage, Dark Taupe
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- Hinged lid with latching function
- Durable, double wall resin construction
- Stylish wicker design with convenient built-in storage
- Assembled dimensions: 34" W x 20" D x 18" H. Interior: 29-1/2 in. W x 15 in. D x 15 in. H
- Storage capacity: 30 gallons
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I would give it 5 stars but assemble was a pain in the butt. It looks easy when taken out of the box but the main plastic parts have no labeling of what is considered up or down. (For construction these points are a key component.) it took two people and an embarrassing long amount of time to put the frame together. That's even before we started in with the hardware... Which is also a frustrating point.
They ask you to screw in the hardware in really awkward angles in tight spots. This part would be VERY difficult for anyone with arthritis in their hands or back. Also, the points where you need to screw in the screws are not pre-holed. I had to puncture the plastic prior to screwing in some spots.
Also, I found it weird that Suncast doesn't have any instructional videos on YouTube. They have this great promo video but nothing beyond that.
Total time spent on installation: 45-60 minutes, if you include our breaks for adult beverages and moments of foul mouthing.
All in all, I would definitely, 100% buy again but would make sure to have adult beverages on hand.
The assembly instructions list gloves, safety glasses, a screwdriver and a mallet as necessary tools for installation at the very top of page one. Curiously, these four items are never mentioned again. You don’t need to be a genius to realize what you’ll be using a screwdriver for, but a few words about the mallet might have been helpful. The mallet-less instructions simply tell you to push the pieces together, but in fact you will need a mallet to pound them into place -- or will you? Again, if you are accustomed to assembling similar products, you should be OK. If you aren’t, you may find yourself pounding the heck out of two pieces that don’t align as well as they should. To be fair, many products are a lot worse when it comes to overall quality and ease of assembly.
Beyond the assembly issues, there are two other problems.
The design of the top has an indented border running along the edges. It arguably looks nice, but when it rains, the border collects water. The water stays there, and the wicker-weave design is such that’s actually hard to get the border area completely dry, even with a handful of paper towels. This means that when you open the top, some water may dribble in and land on whatever you’re storing in this box (in my case, towels that I would prefer remain dry). We’re not talking about a lot of water, just a few drops. It’s more an annoyance than a fatal flaw.
Finally, the top itself isn’t all that easy to open. It is secured by two “spring closure” clips that hold the cover down rather tightly. That’s good in one sense -- I’ve owned other products where the top has flown open during a thunderstorm. But since the box is lightweight (depending on what you put inside it) when you lift the lid, you tend to lift the box. I suppose the fit may become less tight over time. In any case, giving the lid a quick sharp jerk seems to be the best way to get it open.
I keep calling this a storage box, because calling it a “Coffee Table with storage” seems a stretch, like calling a fast-food worker a “sandwich artist.” It’s a big plastic box -- that actually looks pretty good in my back yard. It’s worth the asking price, despite some issues. I’ll just have to remember to keep a roll of paper towels handy when it rains.
I decided to take it all apart and rebox it and just send it back to Amazon.
It was really attractive just not worth the effort of ordering a new one. And Suncsst Customer Service did not seem very knowledgable or helpful.