Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 1 out of 5 by emmark cheap and nasty.
Got less than I paid for. Cheap, shoddy, flimsy. Had to measure each piece of wood to match up pictures on instructions. To make matters worse, instructions were upside down and back to front with pages missing. Screws were either too long or too short. In addition some of the parts were missing ( you wouldn't know until you had finished) . There is NO base and I had to search out each part of the process ( because of instructions) . It took 5 hours to put together ( should have taken about 1 1/2) I am a competent DIY'er.
awful product very disappointed.
15 June 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by janieclare Great Little Garden Wardrobe!
This little shed is just what I expected, middling quality, middling price. Sits nicely outside my backdoor, ideal for the lawnmower & garden tools.
The instructions, however, leave a bit to be desired! Made up of photographs which are quite dark, not very clear - diagrams would have been better. I can understand some of the comments about the construction. Just hope I don't have to dismantle it!!
20 July 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by RobinB Ok, but not great.
The shed is ok and does the job, but the build quality isn't great. The doors are not as shown in the picture - the have no diagonal support. Also, during the change in the door design, the manufacturers failed to notice that it is no longer possible to attach the bolt as shown since the cross members are too high and too low at the top and bottom to fit the bolts to the doors. This took me a morning of fiddling about and adding bits to the frame before it was resolved. Possibly because the doors don't have diagonal supports, they are not true. Therefore they are slightly distorted from flat and exposed to the weather at the top. The felt is poor quality and even folding it carefully at the corners can (and did) lead to some cracking. Even after following the instructions meticulously, there were gaps left between the roof and the outside, with no cover strips included to go down the sides of the roof, again preventing the shed from being weatherproof.
It's a shed, not a rocket, hard to believe the manufacturers can make such elementary design mistakes.
29 May 2014