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1Pair Lift Up Top Coffee Table Lifting Frame Furniture Accessories

61 reviews|2 answered questions

$48.17Save: 21%

Delivery: Apr 22, 2024 - Apr 24, 2024
SKU: VA-Coffee Table Lifting Frame Categories: ,
 Sturdy and Durable

Our support hinges are made of premium quality steel, ensuring maximum corrosion resistance and durability. You can rely on their high performance and sturdiness for years to come.

Bearing Force

With a bearing force of 150N, our hinges can hold 150 to 300 pounds when opened, giving users the freedom to sit or rely on them as needed.

 Hydraulic System

The hydraulic system used in these hinges ensures easy operation, a full-stage damper, and excellent sealing without oil leakage.

Package Includes

Each set includes 2 pieces.

Q & A

What are the lift and table top forward travel measurement’s? Thank you Michael asked on March 20, 2024

Sorry we only have the size image for the lift hinge.
You can check the lift up function in the video
https://vadania.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/DM_20230509145429_007_%E5%89%AF%E6%9C%AC_%E5%89%AF%E6%9C%AC.jpg

raymond answered on March 21, 2024 store manager
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How sturdy will this be if I use one set of hinges 5 feet apart lifting a weight of approximately 50 lbs. Jacob Gordon asked on December 17, 2023

Hi sir, it will work for your project. The hinge can hold 150lb-300lb weight. The distance between hinges has little effect on load-bearing

raymond answered on December 17, 2023 store manager

I would like to use these to support about 250lbs. Should I use 2 sets (4 total)?

Jerad answered on February 3, 2024

Hi sir, the hinges can hold up to 300lb. But if you need them to work more easily, you can choose to stack 2 sets to reduce the load-bearing capacity of each pcs.

raymond answered on February 3, 2024 store manager
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61 reviews for 1Pair Lift Up Top Coffee Table Lifting Frame Furniture Accessories

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  1. Wallace

    This was a great solution to raise and extend my propane stove/grill to a comfortable working height, while still allowing it to stow neatly below the bench.This is best suited for heavy, immobile furniture. The pneumatics are strong, so it¡¯s a bit tricky to get them into down position. Also, whatever you¡¯re lifting has to have enough weight to hold it down, otherwise it could pop open from stowed if you look at it wrong.I did have some difficulty finding suitable hardware to mount this without a box frame, because the base is designed to mount against vertical sides rather than a horizontal surface, but I finally found some 3/4¡± corner brackets that kept the profile low enough to still fit below the bench.

  2. Bella

    What a great way to turn our ottoman into a table by adding this product! Now we can use it as a place to sit down or put trays and watch tv while we eat. This is a fantastic product. Has held up just like day 1 for well over a year!

  3. Drucilla

    These work perfectly. Couldn¡¯t be happier. Install took a few adjustments and a lot of measurements but that was expected. Holds up a 6¡¯ by 2¡¯ inch thick oak board and any normal thing we set on top. Have to open and close in the center. You could bolt the two hinges together with bar between to solve this problem.

  4. Serene

    got these to finish my lift top table with 4’x2′ 3/4″ Masonite tabletop. They’ve been in use for 6 months and I am 100% satisfied. I had no issues with installation and the are more than strong enough for my coffee table. I got the one with pneumatic arms, not springs. Extreamly Sturdy. I haven¡¯t put a level on it yet, but it seems level enough to the naked eye. The table does take two hands to open and I do have to hold the bottom as I push the top to put it down as the brackets are so strong they would just push the table across the floor if I didn’t need hold it. But I’m perfectly fine with these two caveats.

  5. Flower-Like

    These work really well they are just a little stiff to close, but I suppose that is better than something not stiff enough that will crash back down.

  6. Vance

    They do what they’re supposed to do, that is, lift the table top while keeping it parallel to the ground. The issued I have is that either because they’re independent of each other, or I have them spaced too far apart which causes them to twist as you’re listing the top. The top is maybe 15-20lbs and they do a great job of lifting and holding it in place there. I am just worried about the extended function of lifting the table over and over if the twisting will weaken where it is secured and come loose/fall off.In my opinion, if these were to be used for a small, maybe .75-1″ thick type of board that’s about 12-18″ apart, they probably won’t torque as bad and maybe you could lift it with one hand. Not the case for my use. I may end up trying one of the more expensive ones with the welded bars between the two brackets and see if that stops the twisting.

  7. Unwin

    Well built

  8. William

    Excellent product.Tricky but challenging to line up in a chest.

  9. Valiant

    Live the price, shipping speed and build quality.Only nit pick, maybe a little bigger/ longer.

  10. Loyal

    After reading some reviews that these hinges were not perfectly straight, I was a little bit skeptical but other reviews with pictures convinced me that I needed them.Installing them was a bit of a pain of trial and error but after a while I got it figured out. How i did it: held closed hinge on the left interior side of box, top bracket piece flush with the top of my box and up against the back side. Marked and drilled pilot holes and then secured it in place with #8 1/2″ wood screws. (Repeated procedure for other hinge)With both hinges now secured to the box sides, i then placed my upholstered mdf wood lid on the top of the raised hinge brackets. While laying on my back, I used two strips of 2″ thick exterior masking tape that i cut to run the length of the hinges. I applied half to the hinge and half the lid board. I was then able to press the lid down and close it. When in the closed position, the lid wasn’t completely square with my box so I repeated this procedure until I got it right. While on my back i was then able to hold the lid and secure it in place with 3 screws per side.Works like a charm.

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