Flash Furniture Cocktail Table Dolly for 30” Round Tables

October 12, 2017 - Comment

This convenient cocktail table dolly allows you to load all of your pedestal table pieces on one cart. The dolly features sloped shelves that will prevent them from sliding out of the dolly. The upholstered fabric platform top holds your bases and prevents the finish from being scratched. You can easily roll this cart on

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This convenient cocktail table dolly allows you to load all of your pedestal table pieces on one cart. The dolly features sloped shelves that will prevent them from sliding out of the dolly. The upholstered fabric platform top holds your bases and prevents the finish from being scratched. You can easily roll this cart on a truck to transport to different events.

Product Features

  • Pub Table Cart
  • Designed to hold 30” Round Tables
  • Holds 10 Cocktail Table Sets
  • 5 Sloped Shelves with stops prevent table from sliding out
  • Carpeted Platform for bases
  • Heavy Duty Steel Frame
  • Black Metal Frame

Comments

Vicky Aldrich says:

This is actually a very nifty and useful product! Can’t imagine having the tables without this … This is actually a very nifty and useful product! Can’t imagine having the tables without this cart to store them. Fairly sturdy and easy to build. 

Gordo Navarro says:

The product seems to be very sturdy except the box it came in was torn and … The product seems to be very sturdy except the box it came in was torn and the item came with 5 pieces of plywood sticks with nails sticking out of them… a little confused especially since 4 screws were missing and two of them had no bolt with them. In fact they were floating around in the box.

Eric Hamme says:

Great design and beats moving them one table at a … Great design and beats moving them one table at a time but like the review above the dimensions provided are wrong. This cart does not fit through a standard door and it also doesn’t allow you to adjust the wheels in order to roll it sideways. I had to drag it onto an elevator as it didn’t fit through the doors straight in. Not sure where I’m going to store it now.

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