Don’t let your hard work go to waste by leaving your firewood to get damp on the ground. Keep it clean and dry on one of these stylish firewood racks. Made with a heavy-duty, rust-resistant steel frame, and finished with tough black powder coating, it’s guaranteed to keep your firewood tidy and dry all year long.
• Keeps firewood dry and off the ground
• Sturdy steel frame
• Heavy duty black powder coating
• Easy to assemble
• 1 Year warranty
Assembled dimensions: 930 x 345 x 1050mm
Steel tube diameter: 25mm
Steel thickness: 2.0mm
Carton dimensions: 1140 x 370 x 90mm
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Not completely satisfied
12 months ago2017-06-08 05:08:02
There needs to be a bar along the bottom and up the sides to hold shorter wood in place. We had to put a plank in the bottom and carefully stack with longer bits at the side. Reading other reviews this seems to be a common problem. Would recommend with explanation.
Sturdy and easy to assemble
about 1 year ago2017-05-19 00:18:52
Does what it says on the tin well -- sturdy and quick to assemble. The only thing it needs is a floorplate and end walls to hold shorter firewood. I made theses up easily from spare planks so not a big issue. Overall great value.
Simple and effective
over 2 years ago2015-10-14 21:01:52
I have two of these racks - the 0.9m version in the lounge, and the 1.8m version in the laundry next to the wood fired boiler. The smaller version holds enough wood for a week or so, looks good, and blends in well with the log burner. My only gripe (losing one star) is that the wood has to be long enough to not fall between the uprights - if you have short pieces, don't put them on the ends of the stack!
Not suitable for shorter lengths of firewood
about 1 year ago2016-09-17 00:41:01
The good: easy to assemble, nice looking. The not-so-good: the distance between the two bars on the bottom of the rack, because if your firewood is less than 350mm (14 inches) long it can't sit on the bars and will fall through.