4-Pack Furniture Cabinet Metal Legs Kitchen Adjustable Stainless Steel Feet Round
- Color: Silver, black. Material: stainless steel
- Height (adjustable): Max. height 6cm /2.4 inch – 30cm /11.8 inch
- Diameter: 2 inch/5cm
- Good accessories for DIY furniture, cabinets, shelves,and come with screws
- Hard and durable material for long time use
Good quality and nice product.
Had some new shelves that didn’t fit the way they were intended to, so I attached these to transform it into standup shelves. It now looks trendy, won’t fall over, and I love it.
Mark Bancroft –
Exactly what I needed. They ate adjustable as to height. About an inch or 2. Sturdy, easy to install. Soft feet bottoms so they won’t scratch your floor or whatever they are on. Project complete
linda Inman –
The Unreal Ms. Book, OG Viner –
I have these mounted on the bottom of a 4 cube storage organizer that I got from Walmart. I needed a little space underneath it due to a register vent located in the same area. I’m surprised the legs didn’t cave in due to the weight of the organizer (about 40 lbs.) as well as the Breville oven (about 25 lbs.) that I placed on top. I drilled pilot holes in the organizer which made it easier to insert the screws.
Well built worked great
Jason Stout –
Ken N. –
worked great for intended purpose.
Lady Carpenter –
I got these from a major online competitor, (cheaper), and am very happy with them. Mine didn’t come with screws, so have some handy just in case. I made a TV riser stand for my 32″ Vizio with matching 28″ soundbar with them, and couldn’t be happier with the results. I had Home Depot cut a 1″X12″ pine board to 30″,then sanded it thoroughly with 100 paper, making sure to finish the edges and corners. I primed it, then painted with Rustoleum Multicolored Texture Paint in Aged Iron – which didn’t cover worth a darn. Used an entire can on one side of one board, and still saw through it, so I got a cheap can of glossy black spray paint at the dollar store to finish it with. It came out fine & I really wanted the texture so my TV would grip securely, which it does. I installed the feet in about 10 minutes, and as you can see, I now have a really nice custom made TV riser for less than $25.
Catherine alvarez-webb –