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Home Hobby Table - 12570

At just about counter height, this 36-inch hobby table is great for standing while at work or sitting on a stool. Its durable, smooth laminate surface provides a long lifespan and easy cleaning. When you're through, the metal frame collapses to a slim profile and easily rolls away on tough, locking casters. One Home Hobby Table included in box.

TABLE DIMENSIONS

  • OPEN: 36" L x 59" W x 35" H
  • HALF: 36" L x 36" W x 35" H
  • CLOSED: 36" L x 13" W x 35" H
  • WEIGHT: 51 lbs.


PACKAGE DIMENSIONS
39" x 27" x 7" | 54 lbs.

NOTE: Some images may show optional accessories that are not included.

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Peggy Landskroener commented on 09-Sep-2014 06:35 PM1 out of 5 stars
I just purchased this item on 9/6/14 and I can't believe there was a hole in the middle of the top table that was filled in with putty and then sanded, there was another panel where putty was placed on the side in the hole where the screw goes. I can't understand why your inspector worker #2 dated 7/1/13 allowed this to be shipped out. I am very disappointed with this product and will be taking it back which will take one hour to do this. What a waste of my time.
Jean L. Isabella commented on 29-Jan-2016 08:21 AM1 out of 5 stars
I purchased this table some time ago and have enjoyed having a waist-high work surface. However, when both leaves are fully extended (and secured in the clips) the table lists precariously to one side or the other with the wheels lifting off the floor. Then this happens, the top of the table is no longer level and renders the table unusable.

I don't know how to correct this problem. All the screws are tight. I tried bungee cords and they don't help.

I sent an email to your given address to this effect and attached photos illustrating this situation but haven't had a response. I'm ready to junk this table. Can you help?

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Patti Engle commented on 27-Oct-2016 11:36 AM1 out of 5 stars
Love the table size and versatility but it's nearly unusable because it is sooooo wobbly. Everything is tight and I see no way to do anything else. I'm trying to figure some way to make it stable. If anyone has any ideas...please post them! Thanks
Dawn McFarland commented on 25-Nov-2016 12:36 PM4 out of 5 stars
I have assembled many, far to many, items. These are by far the worst directions. While accurate they are not made for someone who hasn't put at least 50 items. There are a few words that if inserted would make this a piece of cake to assemble. Ex. The placement of the casters, the picture shows only the ones that lock, saying the best placement for those would make placing them correctly the first time. Top and bottom of the I bars, add the word reinforced, and you know top from bottom. I expect many great years of service from this table.