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While looking at the Back & Yellow HDX Garage Shelfs Home Depot has on sale for $35 this father's day, I saw they have the grey version even cheaper at $29.98 (33% off).
Only difference I can see besides color is the grey is 2" shorter.
Reviews seem really positive too with 4 1/2 stars, 91% recomended.

5-Tier Plastic Garage Storage Shelving Unit in Gray
(36 in. W x 72 in. H x 18 in. D)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-5.../100010588
  • Durable, recycled plastic construction is easy to clean
  • Five shelves each hold 150 lbs. for a total capacity of 750 lbs.
  • Perfect for use in your garage or basement for general storage
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cheap ass plastic for $30.... geez... its a rip off. Not bashing but its ripping off the consumer.
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It was in stock at my store but just received a cancellation notice that it is now out of stock.

Well that's annoying.
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Just bought two of these a week ago for $40. They seem nice for the price. Just bought two more, thanks OP
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In for 4 units. TU, Rep'd!
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How about this one, metal, holds up to 500 lbs total

https://www.lowes.com/pd/edsal-Mu...1000556515
I have some similar units. They are flimsy until completely assembled. Much more of a hassle to set up than the plastic ones, but they give you the advantage of setting the shelf height. If you need custom shelf distances and really love Erector Sets and Ikea furniture, then it is a bargain.
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No way. Plastic shelves have been terrible since they were created. Maybe in 2060 they will be better.?
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In for one. Thanks!
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I have some similar units. They are flimsy until completely assembled. Much more of a hassle to set up than the plastic ones, but they give you the advantage of setting the shelf height. If you need custom shelf distances and really love Erector Sets and Ikea furniture, then it is a bargain.
Thanks, I was recommending it to some who's looking for budget metal shelves.
I have the metal wire rack, where I can also set the shelf distances with rubber caps. I remember it was $20 on sales for a 4 tiers at HD. The good old days
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Fun to see SD in effect. Did my in-store pick-up this morning and saw 5 more orders of these (2-4 in each cart) waiting to be picked up.
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These are decent shelves, I have two in the garage for holding crap and I'm going to get another at this price for the basement to hold more junk lol
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We use these for seasonal clothing, seasonal decorations, and general storage. Nothing too heavy on them, but mainly totes. Either two depth wise or one width wise and we've had zero issues with sagging. Yes, you may find some spare plastic around the pieces, but I usually just leave them be, as they tend to come off when using the mallet to put them together.

My wife and I decided when we started putting stuff in the basement that it was going to go into plastic totes, so if we had water, they would stay dry and they should also keep out bugs. And we went with clear totes, so even if they were labeled, we could see what was in them for reference. We have at least 10 of these and have had no problems at all. We've even taken a few 5 high shelves and converted them into more 4 high shelves Wink
Link to plastic totes?
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Just got a cancellation. Any one in the similar boat ?
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Got cancelled.
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Don't do it guys.

I regret buying anything plastic for shelving no matter how cheap.
I have ones rated for 150 pounds and they have bowed without any load on them at all.
Plastic is easy to put together, but you are limited on what you can place on them.

Stick to the steel wire frame shelving. They cost more, take longer to assemble but will last a lifetime and there is no worry about what you can load on them. They will take most household abuse.

$45

Durable 65" 5 Tier Shelf Wire Metal Shelving Rack [ebay.com]
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In for 2 - thanks!
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