AURDALDrawer without frontArticle Number704.609.51
Width: 16 ¼ "
Height: 2 ¼ "
Length: 23 ¾ "
Weight: 6 lb 6 oz
Width: 15 "
Height: ¾ "
Length: 23 "
Weight: 3 lb 9 oz
AURDALSide panel with legArticle Number104.609.54
Width: 16 ¼ "
Height: 1 "
Length: 83 ½ "
Weight: 15 lb 3 oz
AURDALSuspension railArticle Number804.609.55
Width: 2 ½ "
Height: ¾ "
Length: 49 ¼ "
Weight: 4 lb 4 oz
OofAndrew S.I bought this because my first choice was unavailable, presumably on account of supply chain issues and steel shortages, though the website said it was available for delivery up til checkout. Confusing.
The wardrobe arrived with damaged and missing parts. Many of the shelves had ding-ed joints and one of the sides was missing its hardware. Fortunately I found a bolt at the hardware store with the same threading as the foot, which works as a replacement.
I'm typing this with sore thumbs from assembling the dresser drawers. Ultimately, I had to put my full 170lbs of weight against the butt of a screwdriver to get the tabs that hold the front of the drawers on to "click" as described in the instructions.
That said, now that it's built, it's a very functional wardrobe at a third of the price of the most comparable thing I could find.
Maybe the challenges I've described are just the price of inexpensive stuff. Maybe this is just a review of life in the industrialized West in 2022.3
Wonderful product easy to assembleSrikanthEasy assembly and looks very nice. Did all 3 closets and they look professionally done. Gray color closets look awesome.5
Drawers are terrible to assemblePHILIPThe drawings don’t align with the parts; it’s taking forever to assemble the drawers.1
A complete closet upgrade!SavannaWe bought this system for my son’s closet and want one for every closet in the house now! It has plenty of storage for him now (5yrs) and plenty of space for him to grow into! The price and quality is well worth the investment. We will be buying another for our daughter very soon!5
Aurdal ClosetScottThe pieces all arrived in separate boxes which were a little difficult to organize since someone else in the household had ordered and received, on the same day, a very similar organizer. The packaging all seemed very secure and the pieces were all in great shape and looked wonderful. Putting it together wasn’t terribly difficult but did take longer than expected. The whole thing is taller than expected even though the measurements are quite accurate.4
Nice looking closet and reallylorenaNice looking closet and really inexpensive.5
Closet wardrobeKARENWent together wonderfully. Love the way it turned out. Makes the closet look neat and organized. Easy to find everything.5
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