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Cheap galvanised shelf on sale for half price @Masters.
I got this from the Masters website.
Haven't they been like this price for a while now?
Sweet, I need to buy one to hold the unopened shelves from the last deal.
Can get a further 20% off from their eBay store (Enter code COLLECT at checkout)
Awesome, 8 bucks each
I've seen these at the store. They're very wobbly. Personally I'd spend a bit more for something more sturdy.
I have one at home fully loaded and it works fine. Without anything on them they appear flimsy because they are light.
Yeah it does its job for $10. But people should realize the true cost is the time of assembly. Its very fiddly and requires a lot of nuts and bolts. I'd have paid $20 to buy one fully assembled.
Agreed. The assembly is unnecessarily long
Agreed. Bought one, took over an hour to assemble (while slightly tipsy, granted), wobbles and doesn't stand straight. Not worth it at all, very disappointed. Not worth $10!
I have no place to put these or anything to put on them but I want to buy them so bad.
No you don't.
They are AWFUL
They are AWFUL
As you have asked before..
"I'd certainly enjoy reading your product testing methodology, and the results of the tests you've performed to substantiate that statement."
So where is your product testing methodology and the results of the test or are you just making it up as you go along?
Got similar ones from bunnings couple of yrs before for $10. Takes time to assemble but going pretty good. I believe these are similar to Bunnings ones.
I got a few of these just for the nuts and bolts lol
Help I accidentally build a shelf!?
Don't worry, sell it with Masters.
Thanks OP bought 2 for my Dad
I'm sure I got these for $10 from Super Cheap Auto about three years ago (without the black finish).
They take an age to assemble - and the edges are pretty sharp - I managed to slice my fingers recently just moving them.
They aren't as big as you might imagin - pretty shallow. I don't find them particularly sturdy, and if you don't distribute the load evenly they lean in all directions. Having said that, none have fallen over… yet.
9 bucks at Bunnings
8 bucks at Masters eBay
I know, I saw the comments about it above before I posted. It's also why I didn't create a new deal..
Masters don't have the nationwide presence that Bunnings do.. Bunnings have roughly 325 stores and many in regional towns, where no Masters are near.
Link for the $9 at Bunnings one? I prefer the Bunnings ones as it's much easier to make 5 or 6 tier shelves by assembling two together.
@lyl: Awesome! Have an upvote :)
quite sturdy if you tie a few together in a row with cable ties. assembly however is a royal pita.
I joined a few sets together with bolts since the holes line up.
Yep, assembly is a PITA.
I would pay more to get one fully assembled, or at least one that clicks together
Ok I've put 3 of these together over the past few days and think I've got my methodology pretty efficient but is still takes a LONG time to put each one of these suckers together. To be fair the resulting shelving is quite sturdy - especially if you bolted to a wall etc but the time to make them is a real hidden cost.
Oh and I've also got 9 more of them to put together. WTF eh? :-/