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Rated 3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This product is worth it. The space saver cabinet has made my small bathroom look larger because it cut down tremendously on the clutter. It makes my bathroom look more organized and modern. March 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Spacesaver Purchased during a sale, so great value! Nice appearance, really improves the look in my main bathroom. I'm happy with the unit. Note that you're instructed to - and should! - fasten the unit to the wall to avoid tip over issues. Assembly was tedious but not overly difficult - until you get to the hinges. The small screws were very difficult to drive into the wood without stripping the head slots, even with an exactly sized screwdriver. Tapping out the pre-drilled holes just a little deeper with a drill solved the problem. Also, watch the cams: Snug them only - I broke two tightening too much. January 17, 2017
Rated 2 out of 5 by The designer should have tried using it The directions for assembly are clear and reasonably easy to follow, and you end up with an attractive and good quality cabinet. Then you take it into the bathroom and realize that it can't be put in place because of a basic design flaw. There is a crossbar between the two back legs for stability, a few inches above the floor. This wouldn't matter if you were using it with a free-standing chair that could be put in place after the cabinet was in position. But toilets can't be moved and they have plumbing lines connecting them to the wall. The crossbar prevents you from sliding the cabinet into position from the front. Nor can you lower it into position with the crossbar behind the toilet (even if your ceiling is high enough and there is enough room between the toilet and the wall) because the crossbar can't get past the plumbing connection. We had to disassemble the cabinet and remove the crossbar to get the cabinet in place, and the placement of the crossbar made it impossible to reattach it behind the toilet. The result was a cabinet with strange holes in the legs and less stability than the manufacturer planned on (plus a lot of wasted time and frustration). The designer obviously never tried putting this in place over a toilet. August 2, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very difficult to put together I'm still trying to put it together. Been working on it for 1 week still not together I get so frustrated with it I have stop working on it , cam bolts don't hold it together probably will have to drill holes to use with screws ,still don't know if I will be able to use and it's just to hard to send back for a refund I guess I will just bite the bulletvon this one a waste of 150.00 dollars January 6, 2017
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This unit MUST be attached to the wall - it is rather top heavy. Plus, the magnetic door catches are strong and I found the unit topples forward when a door is pulled open if not attached to the wall. The needed brackets and ties are provided in the kit and instructions are included. I used another method, but definitely attached it to the wall.
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Thank you for your question. The unit is attached to the wall using mounting brackets.
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