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Wine Arbor 45 Bottle Wine Rack
P from CA
I did receive and am very happy with this wine rack. It is working out very well for me and is the exact size and quality that I was expecting.
beautiful wine rack
Kristine from stafford, VA– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
This was a gift and I've seen it in his dining room. It's absolutely beautiful and looks great. Appears to be very sturdy and functional.
We like the wine rack
Jean from Georgia– Verified Buyer
We like the wine rack. It is nice to have a lock on the rack. It would be nice if it were a little taller and a little bigger.
Jehramie from Quarryville, PA– Verified Buyer
love the way this looks in my bar room. much sturdier than expected. Very easy to assemble. would have given 5 stars but the wine rack pieces do not fit as tightly as they should when you slide them in.
Cheap Looking/Not Worth the Price
Melissa Mackey from Wharton, NJ– Verified Buyer
Beware - this is cheaply made. The lock doesn't lock and it's not nearly as heavy as it should be for the price they charge. I gave this as a gift and am very disappointed.
Julie Allard from Waukesha, WI– Verified Buyer
This is a beautiful addition to our home! Assembly could not have been easier.As started in previous posts, the key does work but is primarily decorative. I would definitely recommend!
Very nice wine rack but bad lock
Michael from Westminster, CO– Verified Buyer
We really like the wine rack for the price. It looks great, holds 45 bottles, assembles easily, and is stable. The only issue I have with it is with the lock. The lock and key would not work together and after trying many times to get the key to work, the lock broke.
We still liked it enough to keep the rack and not go through the whole return procedure.
Nice looking but flawed
mike from Pittsburgh, PA
I bought this because of all the prior good reviews. It looks OK, but it arrived with 2 broken welds, both of which are on the front/visible side, and the door lock, which I didn't plan to use, does not line up with the hole on the side, so you have to push down on the door to get it to lock. And it has to be locked because the door is slightly warped and hangs open if not locked. Quality control issues here. I didn't return it because I'd have to box it all back up, send it back prepaid UPS, and hope the replacement wasn't worse. Maybe the prices here reflect "seconds" that cannot be sold at full retail?
well made ,very nice looking.
Ron from RHINELANDER, WISCONSIN
well made, very nice looking, and best of all my wife loves it.
werjayne from southwest michigan– Verified Buyer
It was easy to put together and we get compliment from everyone who sees it. the only problem we has was it took so long to get. [...]
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