Black & Decker Premium Series Wall Mount Garage Cabinet
Garbage - don't waste your money
Absolute garbage and a complete waste of money. The particle board shelves bend with only a very small amount of weight put on them (a bottle of windshield fluid, a spray bottle of glass cleaner, some rags and a couple gardening tools should not cause a "garage cabinet" to bend). I would have given zero stars to this product, except that at least one star is necessary. I wish I had never purchased this item and had purchased a metal unit instead.
January 2, 2013
Weak Shelving material
Although the cabinets appeared to look good..and very practical for a garage...assembly was not easy at all and the final assembled results were very disappointing. The shelves quickly sagged with very little weight placed on them necessitating front supports for the shelve including the base shelf. Would not recommend these to any one. The large stand up cabinet is the same.
January 25, 2012
Not Heavy Duty - poor design.
Heavy duty compared to a cardboard carton maybe.
I bought two of these on sale for garage storage cupboards. Even at the sale price I was disappointed in the quality of materials. Because you have to assemble it yourself you will soon discover the design shortcomings. The back is simply a piece of thin cardboard that offers no structural support. The middle and bottom shelves are supported only at the ends. They easily sag under load. The particle board material will probably bend even more when subjected to humidity. Unless you brace the shelfs with extra support they can barely support their own weight.
Ironic that the metal handles are strong and well-made. They deserve the heavy duty description the rest of the cabinet does not.
November 3, 2010
Low Quality Features
1) The backing board is not a board. It's a piece of cardboard painted black.
2) The lock offers little if any security since it depends on a plastic door stop at the base of the opposite door. This stop has an approx. 1/8" plastic pin that fits into a drilled hole in base of the cabinet. One pull on the doors handles and a child could snap this pin and enter the cabinet.
The term heavy duty doesn't apply to this product.
October 22, 2010