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The plastic interlocking parts in the center are loose. If the adjustable legs began to spread too far apart, caused by vibration when moving it, the whole thing will collapse. Try the Kantek Mobile CPU Stand; it looks more sturdy. I am going to order one to see if it is better than two Huanuo's I have now.
Update: I received my two Kantek CPU Stands. This product was made in Taiwan. It is 1000% better than the cheap garbage made by Huanuo. Kantek is strong, sturdy, and, although no tools are required, it is held together by real metal screws. If you bought Huanuo, send it back; you got cheated!!
Not the best. I'll be honest. It wasn't like it was expensive, so i can't fault it there. for $16, it's a good interim until I find what will really work well. I've waited two months to see how well this holds up, so i'm not just going into an automatic dislike.
It is thin plastic, and won't stay 'closed' around my CPU. the little stoppers on the side don't want to go in properly, but again...$16. I didn't expect that much for the price, just a quick fix to keep my Box off the floor. the fact that it won't stay closed bugs me, but...inexpensive plastic construction. the wheels move well enough, so i can easily get in and clean around the box, so that's what matters the most, really.
I would not buy this again, but for an interim fix while i'm looking for something sturdier? it's not bad, especially for the price.
I've been using this for my gaming computer and it been very helpful The main reason I purchased this was to 1. keep it off the floor (good for desktop health) and 2. to easily move it on the wheels. So far it has done this. The stand also had rubber pattings that are good so it won't damage your computer. So far, the wheels work great and I can slide it out of the way.
I have a Cougar MX330 and at first while I was trying to put the case on top it was kind of awkward and this stand wold not stay still and would open up on me more. But after a few tries it just stayed put just fine and is doing what is supposed to do, elevate the PC case for better air flow (my PC has a vent under) and for better dust control.
I got a few bucks off with the discount and I didn't think it was too expensive so I purchased it. If it breaks I'll just return it but so far I'm keeping it. I have a Ryzen 3900X inside with one of the HUGE Noctua heat sink and a GTX 1070 GPU so my PC tower is not the lightest and this stand is working just fine. Maybe this stand has problems with different sizes, I don't know, but mine is okay. I'm not sure what people are doing for this stand to "break apart" or whatever. Is this stand for a super super heavy large PC case? Probably not.
It's made of thinner plastic than a toddler's lawn chair, and it warps and bends even if all you do is gently wiggle it. Oh, it's easy to assemble all right, but it sacrifices all of its durability for this. You assemble it by making an X with the arms that adjust to your tower's width, and pushing the slot into the hole, and then you slide it at least one notch "shut."
Now the problems begin, because the first notch is barely wide enough for an average mid-tower, and there is nothing keeping the arms locked in place, the notches don't even click or offer any resistance, so they can just return to the X by accident and fall apart, which can potentially send your PC crashing onto its side, taking the cables with it and potentially breaking something. They're so easy to spread by accident that it's hard to even put the PC on top of it without it falling apart, and if you spread it even a little bit too wide, it implodes.
Its wheels are also so stiff that they don't roll on one side sometimes, which could have been acceptable, but this can cause the arms to open again if you move the tower sideways, and then it falls apart (again!). It can also fall apart while it's in motion if it takes a turn at basically any speed. It will also buckle and bend under even moderate weight, which can also cause it to fall apart and exacerbate the above problems.
If it was on pegs or something, it would have been an okay product, because the wheels are worse than useless. Pegs would have at least been honest about its capabilities and offered it some resistance to collapsing. I guess it can sorta keep your PC off the ground if you don't mind it tilting under the stress of doing its one job (so it falls apart in slow motion instead), but if you value your money, get something else, because this is total junk. A waste of rubber and plastic.
I have never used one of these tower stands before, but I am glad I decided to order one. This one is lightweight, but feels very sturdy. It comes with rubber pads for the braces that go against the tower and rubber pads for under the tower. I love being able to easily wheel my tower out from under my desk. If you have a computer on the floor, I highly recommend getting on of these.
Not a terrible product. But its clamping mechanism isn't strong whenever I roll/turn my it opens. Pretty annoying. My PC has fallen over due to it. Not horribly like an infomercial. Just halh on the stand and half off. If they had a way to lock into place it would be a 5 star product. It's build quality is absolutely fine except for the clamp/lock mechanisms strength.
I was not happy with this. Firstly, it has a set specific arrangement of widths that you “click” between, as opposed to a freely moving system. This meant that my pc, which fell between two “clicks” could not fit in the smaller one, and fit so loosely it would slight out while pushing for the larger one. Additionally, the structure would not effectively handle the weight of my pc, and constantly need its rubber pads fixed or just have its wheels not move at all. This was with a fairly standard Pc case (fractal arc midi r2)
This thing falls apart if you sneeze on it. Putting the casters on it just makes it worse. If you leave the casters off, you lose mobility, however it does raise your CPU off the floor by a good inch. I am using an Enhanced ATX case which means it is 1.5 X longer than a regular case. Even though it says it will work with an eATX case, the physics say otherwise. The plastic is less rigid than it should be to work properly.