H218645

Martha Stewart 15" Tiered Stand with Planter Pots

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Martha Stewart 15" Tiered Stand with Planter Pots is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So cute I love this. As a centerpiece or a little stand for rooting plants, It is lovely. And not skimpy in size.
Date published: 2021-02-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Counselor I purchased this Tiered Stand which I found to be defective. The purchase price of this stand was $37.77. I followed the return policy appropriately. I was notified that I was refunded $15.10. The cost to me for returning this totaled $22.67. I find that to be very questionable.
Date published: 2020-06-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Big disappointment WHERE IS QUALITY CONTROL? Received this and after patiently unpacking everything I found that the base rod was crooked and there was no way to fix it. It was crooked so the entire piece would lean. Had to pack it up and return it. Thats the chance you take when you order something like this. Its a cute idea but QUALITY CONTROL REALLY FAILED ON THIS ONE and as a result caused me a lot of trouble.
Date published: 2020-03-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Expected More On This One I purchased two of the tiered pot stands as a pre-order without any on-air presentation. Had Martha's name on it so I purchased with confidence. I'm afraid I can't be overly excited by them. They require assembly, which I believe her original versions of this did not, but the unfortunate part is that the pieces you need to connect are not very well made and seem to scratch easily resulting in silver marks in the black paint. The connectors didn't sit right in their respective holes so the product leaned heavily and required taking it apart multiple times to get that perfect balance for display. Additionally, one of the connectors had the same end on each side of it so you couldn't connect it into the hole (picture two threaded ends having to go into another threaded end - just doesn't work). My husband had to use pliers to remove one of the threaded ends from the connecting pole so it would actually connect to the next tier. The tiers that hold the pots were welded crookedly and once assembled it looked very awkward and uneven. My husband had to do some bending and adjusting to get the entire piece to appear straight, but even then if you put too much pressure doing this you could easily snap any piece of it. I'd say if it were one it would be just a case of random bad luck, but I purchased two and the issues were about the same on each. I'm keeping them because I got them to sit straight (and have zero plans of taking them apart), but for the money I'm not feeling like this is something that should be required of the customer especially if it has Martha's name on it.
Date published: 2019-04-07
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