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Form Axial 5 shelf Steel Shelving unit
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This shelving unit is suitable for this form axial 5 tier shelving unit is ideal for medium loads and is perfect for keeping your tools and equipment organised in the garage or shed..
- Guarantee - 10 years
- Fixings sold separately
- Assembly required
Features and Benefits
- This shelving unit features a clip system for an easy installation.
- The 5 shelves are adjustable allowing you to optimise the unit's storage capacity to your needs.
- The galvanised steel structure helps to protect the shelving unit from corrosion.
- For safety, we recommend securing the shelving unit to the wall.
- 80kg per shelf/400kg total loading capacity
|Maximum weight capacity||400kg|
|Number of shelves||5|
Anonymous - 8 days ago
If you want to cut your hands with the sharpy edges of the shelves you can go for it. Joinery is awful, it doesn't even fits well and stay straight. And there was 3 foot cap instead of 4.
Cheap but difficult to assemble
Asterisk - 1 month ago
Cheap product but now I can see why. Difficult to assemble and seems quite flimsy. Wish I had paid more for a better product.
Shouldn't be on sale anywhere
Dr Ann - 1 month ago
I bought three of these shelving units on the 7/10/19. I managed to get one unit upright, but wouldn't have trusted it to hold a packet of crisps. The flaps are not designed to fit into the slots, the material is flimsy, and buckled at the slighted pressure, the finish is poor, so I had several cuts and slices on my hands. My husband tried to put the second one together: it now lies in a discarded heap at the bottom of the garden. The third unit was returned. I have never, ever, had a worst product. Badly designed, poorly made, shoddy materials - I'm surprised B&Q actually has it on sale to customers. Awful product. If I could give it minus stars I would.
Almost impossible to assemble
johns666 - 1 month ago
The tab assembly system is hopeless, finally got it together with the aid of several large hammers! Had to bolt it firmly in place to stop it falling to bits.
cheap and nasty
bastler - 2 months ago
Positive: it's cheap and lightweight. Negative: the tab-and-slot assembly just isn't up to the mark. It's the flimsiest flim-flam that ever flammed its flimsy way out of Flim-flam Land. The only way I could put it together was to buy 40 nuts and bolts and a drill bit; drill holes in each corner and bolt the wretched thing together. Two hours' work and at last it's up to the job.