|Brand Name||Bush Furniture|
|Item Weight||116 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||38.4 x 59.7 x 29.2 inches|
|Item model number||MY72713A-03|
|Color||Antique Black/Hansen Cherry|
|Number of Drawers||2|
|Number of Items||1|
|Number of Holes||2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MY72713A-03|
Wheaton Collection Reversible Corner Desk
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- Reversible configuration: pedestal can be placed on the right or left side of the desk for a right-handed or left-handed workstation.
- Compact footprint is an efficient option where space is at a premium.
- File drawer holds letter-size files.
- Open storage for supplies or files.
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The Bush Wheaton Reversible Corner Desk is the cornerstone of any flexible work area. The desk features a reversible pedestal that can be configured for a left- or right-handed work station, along with a raised printer shelf that really maximizes work-surface area. Under the desktop, open cubbies provide storage for work-in-progress, while stacked drawers are great for office supplies and files. Available in black with a wood grain work surface.
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|Color||Antique Black/Hansen Cherry||Antique Black/Hansen Cherry||Espresso Oak||Espresso-wenge||Classic Black||White|
|Item Dimensions||59.68 x 38.43 x 29.25 in||59.68 x 38.43 x 35.31 in||35.71 x 59.5 x 30.2 in||58.5 x 38.44 x 29.19 in||63.5 x 47.5 x 29.3 in||38.42 x 58.62 x 35.39 in|
|Item Weight||116 lbs||123 lbs||108 lbs||96.21 lbs||82 lbs||131 lbs|
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Second, this takes about 3-4 hours to set up and that's with some experience with this kind of furniture. Several steps require thorough examination of the part versus the tiny picture in the instructions when a few printed words ("Use the holes closest to the U-shaped cut out") could have saved a lot of time. I don't know if they are trying to save ink or what but a sentence or two here or there would have made the instructions much more user friendly. At one point, there's nothing but a picture of a finished desk with a caption that reads "Go to Step 27". It's not immediately clear that the intent is "If you want this configuration Go To Step 27, if you want the configuration in the next picture Go To Step 20" Again, a sentence or two would be immensely helpful.
Third, I realize this is one step up from Wal*Mart furniture but I expected an actual "step up". This IS Walmart furniture. A number of the holes for the lock pins or their locking lugs are cut crooked. This means that when the lug is twisted tight on the pin it does not stay flush with the surface but angles out. Fortunately, most of these are hidden from normal view. It's a QC issue that should be addressed. In addition, there was NO WAY to attach the sliders for the bottom drawer on either the drawer or the desk that allowed the drawer to close fully. The sliders WORK wonderfully but the drawer was left 1/2 out from closing. At first, I thought I'd just used the wrong holes in the brackets (remember the comparing the tiny pictures comment?) but, no, the next holes would have left the drawer against the desk face but the slider would have been well back from it's rubber stop... a bandaid fix at best. So, I had to drill my own holes in the drawer for properly placing the bracket.
When it's finished, it's a nice looking desk and seems reasonably rugged/solid. I highly recommend (with all furniture of this type) that the builder use a bead of wood glue between all the joints. The added strength is hard to over-state.
I realize this isn't an $1000 desk and wasn't expecting one but it would have been nice for $180 to get a step up from $75 Walmart furniture. Sadly, I found afterwords that Walmart does in fact sell this same desk...