Tucker Console Table

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Tucker Console Table

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$409.00
$899.00

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The crisp metal frame and earthy wood shelves of this handsome console table create a bold visual contrast that speaks of in-demand, industrial style.

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    Nice table, sloppy fit of parts
    Feb 19, 2019

    I received two of these yesterday, and I'm generally happy, but want to pass some notes along. First, the wood color is both darker and grayer than what is shown in the photo - that's not a problem for me, but it might be for someone else who is expecting it to match the photo more closely. Second, the way the parts fit together during assembly is very sloppy. Rather than manufacture the table accurately, placing the fittings and castings in the exact right places, they merely built it so that the parts "sort of" fit together, with a lot of extra room to slide around before you tighten everything down. It means I had to spend a lot of extra time with a measuring tape and a level, if I had any hope of building the tables to be straight and symmetrical. My results are fine, but it's sad to see such corner-cutting as a substitute for accuracy in manufacturing.

    Nice table, sloppy fit of parts
    by EEPG

    I received two of these yesterday, and I'm generally happy, but want to pass some notes along. First, the wood color is both darker and grayer than what is shown in the photo - that's not a problem for me, but it might be for someone else who is expecting it to match the photo more closely. Second, the way the parts fit together during assembly is very sloppy. Rather than manufacture the table accurately, placing the fittings and castings in the exact right places, they merely built it so that the parts "sort of" fit together, with a lot of extra room to slide around before you tighten everything down. It means I had to spend a lot of extra time with a measuring tape and a level, if I had any hope of building the tables to be straight and symmetrical. My results are fine, but it's sad to see such corner-cutting as a substitute for accuracy in manufacturing.