Does the trick. We had magazines for our customers to browse while they were waiting for their copies/prints, and they would always be all over the place, but this rack helps keep them organized. I would like it even more if the shelves were a little deeper or the bar that the magazines go behind was higher, just to help keep some of the thinner magazines from drooping, but other than that its still a lot better than having them on a table. Set up couldn't be easier, just pull it out of the box and pull the legs out and its up.
This is a great display for our front lobby.
This is a great for my 5'x7" vertical art picture displays, I can fully display the pictures. It's light weight, professional looking, affordable and ready to use. I am an artisan, do arts/crafts shows everywhere. I brought a bigger one (29"x47") couple years ago, this stand doesn't take much room, it fits 40 of my 4"x 6" art pictures beautifully. I took it everywhere, it's still sturdy and looking good.
This is a great predict that light weight and ready to use
What the heck?
I can't figure out how it goes together. I think the hooks are supposed to already be attached but aren't.
Looks great, but best for shorter products
I bought these for a trade show where I was selling 8.5x11" books. They look great, are sturdy, easy to set up, nice and light, and very professional looking. The only issue is that the lip on each tier is very shallow. This means that if someone tips a book forward, they cause a domino effect where every single tier of books will topple to the floor. Since the lip is about 2 or 3 inches high it is probably best suited to items that are no more than 6 inches tall, so the lip will be able to contain the contents of the shelf. Tall books just fall over the lip and knock down the one below and so on like dominos. I probably picked them all up 10 times a day. BUT, they do look great, they are affordable, and they look very professional. I will possibly use them again, but I will be adding some extra material to the bottom of each tier to help contain the contents of each shelf more effectively.
Fits my purpose!
This item fits my purpose. It came delivered by courier well boxed, to my door. Upon retrieving it from the box, I found there was no need for assembly. I pulled it from the box and released levers in back and it stood firmly and strongly on the floor. There was a little teeter-totter but I anticipated placing a phone book in the back at the bottom to remedy that problem. But after placing all my material on the shelves, there was no need for that. But I will consider that remedy if it ever become unstable. I think it's a pretty good buy for the price. I like it and am completely satisfied with it. I'd say buy this product but do read the specifications to see if it fits your need and qualifications.
Do not buy this product
I purchased 3 of these literature stands and am very disappointed. Very cheaply made and the worst part is the lip on each of the tiers is only 1.5 inches high. So, when you put any type of literature onto the tier, they fall off when you tilt the pamphlets forward when browsing through them. Terrible, cheap product. Now I'm stuck with a bunch of worthless shelves. I gave it a one star as there are no other ratings to select under one star.