Top positive review
Value for money & Sturdy
Reviewed in India on 6 January 2020
> Fit and Finish: Between this & Nilkamal, I chose Cello. Not that Nilkamal is bad (it is around Rs 500 cheaper), but Cello had slightly better finish and better colours. I checked out the Nilkamal storage cabinet, which is similar to the shoe cabinet (except for the shelves) and there were quite a few rough edges there.
> Assembly: After watching the assembly videos on YouTube, I was able to assemble this in around 20 min. Please note that no assembly instructions were provided. The back and side panels have labels on them, that's all (no sequence numbers etc). But it is easy to assemble
> Storage: As you would see from my pic, each row can accommodate 2 pairs of boys sneakers or 3 pairs of ladies footwear. It comes with 6 pair of rods which can be arranged horizontally or in an inclined way.
> Durability: I hope this would last long. I purchased it because my shoe rack needs to be kept in the balcony, subjected to dust and rain. I have had a HomeCenter shoe cabinet made of particle board which was getting damaged due to rain water.
> Features: Comes with a lock. Also has inner bolts at the top and bottom on one of the front door to lock from the inside. It also has vents on the side panels for some air circulation.