By Mike Thayer
I started a new project this weekend. I'm turning what has been a traditional family room style space in my house - fireplace, couch, love seat, a large flat screen TV, stereo, coffee table, side tables - into a "Man Cave" Bar & Grill! The traditional furniture has been removed, I'm going all out Bar & Grill theme here, TVs on every wall, enhanced lighting, full bar, bottle/beverage cooler, stools for the bar and bar table seating in the open area. I might even have enough space for an arcade game or two.
The first thing I put together for my Bar & Grill themed room was the bar. You can read how that went here: Product Review: Tribesigns Home Bar Unit
The next item to assemble was the Nalupatio Bar Table & Chairs Set. This set provides some additional seating in the room, a place to set your drink, or perhaps lay out some appetizers/bar food on. I'm into the industrial look, so that's what I got, metal and wood, a table and two stools. The company calls them chairs, but they're stools. The table measures 43 inches in length and has a height of 35 inches. The stools sit at just over 25 inches and can tuck under the table when not in use, a nice feature.
The box was packed well and delivered in good shape with no damage to the product to report. This is light material, yet quite sturdy. And while the instructions, wrong word, illustrations were decent enough, none of the parts were labeled. It was picture reference only "instruction." Only two tools were needed to complete the assembly which were provided. It took me about 20 minutes to put the table and stools together, not bad. The company states it should only take about 10 minutes, but that's a bit of a stretch.
Costing me $128.99 on Amazon, this set has the look I'm into, it's lightweight yet sturdy. A nice addition to my new Bar & Grill themed room, I'm giving the Nalupatio Bar & Chairs Set 4 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars. It's reasonably priced, my only knock is the on the instructions and the parts not being labeled. Had I not paid attention to the pre-drilled holes on the table legs, I would have reversed how they were supposed to be installed for proper support bar installation. More attention to detail on the part of the company is needed to provide a better assembly experience.
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