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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.
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.
Easy to assemble - not sure why they just couldn't assemble the last little pieces.. Terrible stand for carpet and any decent gaming machine.
I have a H500i NZXT case with all the gaming components. So the weight of my PC and this stand are just not compatible. The stand does not lock-in place, meaning that when I move the stand, it loosens and then it just unfolds on itself.
This product bowed after less than a year of use. The casters are rubbish and it never moved easily across the wood floors. I had to be very careful my tower didn't slip off it when attempting to move it. Eventually it started bowing in the middle and the two pieces wouldn't stay together.
Eventually I bought 4 casters from the hardware store and attached them to a scrap piece of hardwood from another project. This has worked way better than this piece of cheap plastic.
Before I even got the wheels on the two halves started popping apart. Tried to set the tower on top of the cart, and it fell apart three more times. The little bumpers for wedging against the case also don't fit or lay right. The whole thing is a HUGE disappointment.
During my assembly everything seemed to snap in just fine. During my transition from where I put it together to where I needed it one of the wheels broke. Tried to put it back together but the piece that connects it broke. When I just delt with it cause it was going to be under my desk and not moved another wheel on the opposite side diagonal from the first wheel also broke. Been so busy with work I haven’t been able to send it back so I’m guessing I’m just stuck with it.
I don't write reviews very often, but what a piece of trash. If you open this to its maximum width, the two legs come apart. By design. And the weight of my computer caused it to flap open to the maximum width. If I hadn't been paying attention, my computer would have fallen over onto the floor. TL;DR doesn't do the one thing it was designed to do.
I was hopeful... seems like a simple enough concept, it’s wide enough for my PC so I’ll be able to sit my PC on it and roll it around if need be. First of all the wheels and supports you have to attach aren’t all properly sized so one wheel went in fine, 3 of them didn’t. 2 pads worked well, 2 took some elbow grease... but whatever that’s fine. As soon as I sat my PC down on it, the plastic literally buckled. This thing is complete garbage; perhaps if you have a very light PC then go for it, otherwise if it’s a full PC, steer clear of this one