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Pros: It is a nice rack and pretty cheap. All the doors and locks work. Looks nice as well. Has caster and legs. Has forward/back and top/bottom gaps for running cables (or you fill them in with plates).
Cons: If you are not used to racks and the their size, this is bigger than you might expect. But it a quality product.
I chime in on the instructions being very poor. Go online and get that one as well. Norco doesn't have quality instructions on anything that they make, but once it is together is will last.
Other Thoughts: If I had to get it again, I would. Plus I could put it together faster the second time around. Just be sure to build it in the room where you want it. It is big, thus very heavy. NO STAIRS.
Reviewed By:Strick,10/5/2012 2:01:00 PM
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Pros: I just got this in yesterday. It's very sturdy and secure. The mounting option is great; the bracket is quite strong, and I'm not worried about my equipment and box falling out of the wall (be sure to attach to wall studs).
Cons: My only complaint are the assembly instructions, in that there aren't any. Only an exploded diagram is supplied, however, it isn't too difficult to put together.
The side detachable panels come off really easily, so put them on after everything is mounted. It looks like round-locks can be put on them for extra security, if needed.
Other Thoughts: Suggested order of assembly: 1) attach the 4 frame edges (they have 4 screws in each end) - make sure the holes are pointing inward. 2) Snap-in the screw nut things. Put them at the 5th hole in, so that the cross L brackets will line up and the inner assembly will go smoother. 3) on the L brackets, go ahead and snap in the screw nut things. These are a pain in the ***, so do it now. 4) Do the inner assembly 5) Slide the whole thing into the "bottom", and screw that into the larger bolt-nuts. The door has a separate rotator dowel piece thing in the screw bag - make sure this is on the bottom - on the top, the door is quite wobbly. 6) Slide the top on and screw on the same.
Reviewed By:SyKoHPaTh,7/13/2012 8:17:14 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product less than 1 day.
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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Pros: It serves it's purpose of being a sturdy rack cabinet and is great for the price.
Cons: None that haven't already been mentioned. Don't even look at the instructions that come with it, go online and use those. Locking mechanism is more for perception of security. If you really want something that can't easily be opened, this probably isn't the best product.
Other Thoughts: I'm happy with this rack cabinet. I knew the cons before I bought it. There have been no new cons so far and I don't see any in the future. It is a very solid rack cabinet and I'm very pleased with it.
Reviewed By:Ben,6/13/2012 8:33:10 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is Somewhat High and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.
Pros: Cabinet was fairly easy to assemble. Rugged build quality - I hung off it once it was on the wall (~160lbs of geek) Fit all the gear I wanted to get in there - great for telco/networking stuff. Pricepoint was awesome.
Cons: No assembly instructions to speak of (Just an exploded parts list/CAD style drawing), so a couple of places I wasn't able to reach to tighten the nuts with the build order I chose... A few of the locking style nuts wouldn't thread onto their bolts all the way
Other Thoughts: Also bought a shelf ( http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816133015 ) from the same company, fit like a dream, allowed even more separation of components.
Reviewed By:JMECHAM,3/30/2012 1:56:33 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.