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Industrial Wire 72" H 4 Shelf Shelving Unit Starter by Alera

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  • Overall: 72" H x 36" W x 24" D
  • Overall Product Weight: 64.9lbs

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  5.0 stars
Exactly what I wanted from Nashville, TN on 12/15/2015 – Verified Buyer
This shelf works perfect for our crawls space which can occasionally feel a little damp. I purchased this product because I read that it was intended to be used in a wetdry environment (even an industrial freezer). Easy to assemble and appreciate that the shelfs have adjustable heights. I am purchasing two more!
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Great Shelving Option from RIDGEWOOD, NJ on 11/02/2014 – Verified Buyer
I ordered these shelves to stack storage bins in my basement. The shelves are very sturdy/strong and hold a lot. Assembly is fairly simple, probably more of a two person job if you are choosing the one tall unit option, but I managed to put it together by myself. I get the impression these shelves will last a long time.
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Good basic product from Santa Monica, CA on 09/08/2014 – Verified Buyer
Great for office supplies, very sturdy, easy to put together.
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Industrial Wire Shelving Unit from El Paso, TX on 09/18/2014 – Verified Buyer
Item was sturdy , easy to assemble, and accomplished what it was meant for.
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Strong Shelves from Key Largo, FL on 01/03/2015 – Verified Buyer
Have ordered these units multiple time due to their strength and durablity
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