Like the rack, not the instructions
The shipping was fast and for the price, it's as good as could be expected. Two things could be improved.1. The instructions show the bottom pole upside down from the way it actually attaches. If you slide the rack over the pole the way the instructions read and depict, the rack will sit on the base and scratch it. If you flip the pole over, like it shows it in the photos one this site, it fits correctly. Again- do NOT follow the instructions that come with it. 2. The mechanism for stopping the slight wobble is to insert pole cuffs (included), but they only go part of the way through, which looks a little goofy, and leaves you wondering if it is even correct. Overall, well worth it. I'm only hoping I'm able to get another base that isn't scratched. It's not terrible, but the thing is brand new and it only happened because I followed the instructions. So, do as I said, not as I did, and you'll have a great comic rack for a great price!
Comic book heaven!
Got my first comic rack several months ago & because of my exploding collection I needed another. Didn’t anticipate how much it was needed to pair with the first until I saw it. Wall mounted rack is next!
Not as good as the reviews
I read the reviews on the Displays2go website and now realize the reviews inflate the strength of the product. First, it was poorly package (a box with one layer of bubble wrap inside) which allowed the shipper to crush the packaging in transit, thereby bending many of the wire racks (which I bent back into position). Second, why was I able to bend the racks back by hand? Because the metal is thin and weak. Third, although the base of the stand is stable, the connections of the center rod are wobbly at best (and the plastic inserts made to counter this problem do not fit and are therefore useless). I had to duck tape this thing in two places and it is still a little wobbly.
Overall Satisfied woth Purchase
I recently purchased the Standing Floor Model Magazine Rack, not for Magazines but for another Product I have been making. Great Purchase, just as described. Assembly instructions could have been a little better but we found them online. Overall very satisfied.
Works very well. Just what we needed. Assembly instructions could be clearer.
Exactly what I envisioned it to be when I ordered it. Was initially concerned about the quality & balance of it, but all my concerns were immediately brushed aside as soon as I assembled & stocked it. Very easy to assemble as well. Couldn't be more pleased with it & as soon as I have too many comics to fit in it, another will be ordered.
Great product and service
First off, the display came lickety split, and it was super easy to put together. Even though I made a mistake in assembling, I called the company and customer service was easy to deal with, friendly, and not at all judgmental that I had made a ridiculously silly error in assembling the rack. I have it in my classroom to hold comic books, which it does, as well as 8.5 x 11 sheets of paper. Perfect.
A lot of depth depending on what you put in it
Very nice spinner. Easily fits ten comics to a slot. Plenty of room for up to 160 to 200 vintage comics. Cool extra is the slotted cap that will hold a 12 by 16 tin comic book sign. Sweet!
Assistant Director of the Hill City Chamber
We have not got it set up as we are in the process of re-designing our Visitor Center Area. We are looking forward to getting it set up and thank you for getting the item to us so quickly.
Nice Display Item
While the pockets are a little big for comic books, this display is perfect for magazine. Spins easily, the books don't fall out and feels sturdy.
I've ordered this literature rack a few times now for my customers and finally ordered one for my office. For starters it took 3 of us reading the directions over several times to figure out what was going on. There should be a locking device to hold the 2 poles together, but there was none and we had to use black tape to secure the wobbly pole. The actual wire rack itself came "unglued" on one side at the top from the rest of the unit and we had to use a zip tie to pull that close together again to give that side of the unit stability. Overall, I would say that this unit is definitely not worth the money. Maybe $40, but definitely not over $50. I'll be looking at a different revolving rack for my future purchases.