216-Bottle Wine Serving TableItem # HN-WCI075
- Combine storage and serving in a single location
- Versatile unit holds cases, oversized, standard bottles
- Light redwood is humidity-, decay- and mildew-resistant
- Table sits atop up to 216 bottles
- 120 lbs.
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Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Attractive Design
- Table Needs To Be Sealed
- Too Much Nailing
- Wine storage
Comments about 216-Bottle Wine Serving Table:
I got this table thinking it was going to be incredibly solid as it will need to hold up to 216 bottles. In order to put this together there are a lot of nailing involved and the instructions tell you generally where to nail stuff in. As a result if you are not precise with where you put your side bars, you may end up with non level rows. Also they do say that if you break a piece they will replace it. I only broke one piece and it was decorative not structural. Upon putting this together the table sways a good 3-4 inches side to side. There are no cross braces and I think I will need to put a couple in, or perhaps once the wine bottles are in it will increase the stability.
Another thing to note is that the end braces are not top to bottom and thus they are decorative and not strucutural by any means.
On a positive note the redwood looks fabulous and once put together.
I gave this 2 stars because I thought that for this price and this photo I would get something that is rock solid and much easier to put together (than nailing wood) so that you knew you did it correctly. If I can get the table to not sway I think this will be fabulous but I am also concerned about how much hammering I did and how much I have compromised the integrity of the preformed pieces.
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