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Decent enough, the metal bracket is solid, however I feel that a) the wheels are a bit small compared to similar units I've used - so it doesn't roll as well on carpet, and b) the base of the casters (where they connect to the bracket) is plastic - not metal. In my experience, *that* is the part that is most likely to break, not the bracket that holds the computer. So making those plastic with the bracket in metal is a curious decision. I expect it will be no more robust than the all-plastic versions.
This computer stand is easy to assemble although the instructions could have a little more detail. I realized after assembling it that two of the four casters are lockable. The instructions didn't mention this. It is good to consider before screwing in the casters where you would like to position the locking ones for ease of access. Likely it would be best to place both at the front of the stand. Otherwise the assembly went smoothly. It adjusts easily for the size of the desktop case.
Easy to assemble, came with tools to tighten wheels, and has adjustment slots and wingnuts to adjust width. Was sturdy and rolled reasonably well, wheels weren't too big tho, so carpet would be an issue.
My case wasn't 100% flat on the bottom, so it didn't sit properly between the feet, and it also blocked the fan on the side of the case, so it wasn't a good option for me. Make sure the case you're choosing to use it with is a good candidate for this style of CPU rolling stand.
Seems good, but I measured before buying and although my case was within the size range, it BARELY fits. It's difficult to get my side panels open as I have to remove the tower from the stand, and since it's already open at the max I can't loosen it off at all.
Don't buy this if you expect to use this on a modern computer case (Especially if it has a bottom intake). This cart is so tiny that only 90s PCs will fit and remain sturdy. It also blocks the air intakes on the bottom.
This item is just like what you see, its nice and easy to assemble and easy to change the with at any time. i use it to hold my PC so its not on carpet and it works just fine and with the wheels as a added bonus its easy to move around. as long as you plan on having your PC somewhere on the ground, this product is a great choice.