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Uniflame, F-11140, 5-Piece Wrought Iron Toolset, Black
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- Black finish
- Traditional styling to accent a variety of decor
- Easy grip crook handles
- Includes shovel, brush, log lifter, poker and twisted base
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This rustic UniFlame 5-piece tool set, by Blue Rhino, has all the tools you need to tend to a roaring fire. The set Includes a poker, brush, log lifter and shovel. Its popular black wrought iron finish and classic styling will accent a variety of décor. Tools hang from integrated hook handles that are both attractive and functional.
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When I bought mine, I was originally thinking I might weld the 4 legs together, in order to give it more strength, etc. However, when it arrived, the method they used to hold the legs together was fine. They use a square little cap affair, which has threaded holes on each face - this hold the legs 90 degrees from each other to form the support for the tools. Once you secure everything, it's actually quite sturdy.
The entire tool set is heavy duty for sure. It's made in china, but it's not what you'd call cheap at all. Think something you'd get from Cost Plus Worldmarket. The tools have a hook at the top and the end appears to be stamped via a press of some sort to give it a little lip at the end.
Again, overall, it's very nice value for the money. Mine arrived double boxed, which protected all the parts. Even with damage to the shipping box, there's not much that could harm this item. It's solid iron.
The shovel is nice quality and so are the poker and brush. In my case, the head of the brush was on fairly loosely, so I had to tighten it. I just held the brush head between my boots and turned the handle until it tightened down and aligned as I wanted.
The poker is okay, but the little hook on it is a bit long (at least as compared to the one it was replacing). If I ever buy an anvil, I may hammer the hook on the poker into a slightly different shape, but for now it does the job pretty well.
The real jewel of the set is the well made tongs. Growing up, my Dad had a set of those accordion looking tongs, which I hatted. The tongs with this set are really well made and work fantastic. You can use them to easily pickup logs from the fire and move them around. Just having this one tool practically makes the entire cost of the set worth while.
The base (which holds all the tools) is a hair off balance, but it would be a simple matter to adjust the feet. Out of the box, it stands straight up, so no complaints at all. Overall, it looks good and blends in well. Nobody would ever reach for a tool on this set and feel like it's inferior quality or that it's cheaply made or anything. It's heavy duty and gets the job done. It might not look quite as cool as a $700 hand forged set of tools made by a black smith, but for 1/10th the cost, it's the next best thing in my opinion. I have an upscale home and this item does not look out of place by the stone fire place by any means.
There was some very basic assembly required upon opening the set in order to set up the stand for the tools. It only takes about ten minutes to do and isn't complicated at all. I was worried that it might result in a flimsy stand, but it hasn't. The stand is very sturdy and won't tip over easily. The tools are a bit on the heavy side as you might expect of something made of solid iron. If you're looking for a good quality, hard working tool set, I would recommend these!
1) A poker
2) A broom
3) A shovel
4) A "grabber" that has a scissor like pivot and 3 prongs to securely hold/move a log
They are all heavy duty wrought iron, 7/16" square material. Each tool is very solidly built, there are no flimsy components or screw on handles that could rotate during use, like other models I've seen. The handles, which are also used to hang the tools, were made by looping the rod around, to form an eye.
The base is solid as well. It joins together with 8 total screws, which fasten the vertical components to square brackets at top and bottom. No rocking around or anything.
I highly recommend this unit. It is built to last a lifetime, and I plan on owning it that long.
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