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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Different than pictured, but what I have is great!
The one that I got has more rounded corners, but is a Quartet. Assuming that the picture is wrong or they have two different styles, this product seems to be great quality. The back came cracked but was probably more of a factory handling thing than a product quality thing. Probably could have made one myself, but for the price compared to other cork boards the same size, I'm happy with it. Takes a little force to push the pins in. Doesn't have that soft plush feel to it that normal cork would, but for what I need it for, that's fine. And I imagine it'd be fine for most other uses as well.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Although I am overall satisfied with it
I only paid $40 dollars for this item. I noticed that it is hard to push pins into the board, likely because I bought the round wooden pins that are slightly larger than cheaper typical push pins or flat headed pins. Be aware that if you get larger pins it also somewhat affects the "self-healing" property of the material as well. There was also a minor inconsistency in one thread of the fabric when I got it, but it gets covered up by whatever I pin and isn't noticeable. Although I am overall satisfied with it, I wouldn't have paid full price for this item.
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Very cheaply made
The board looks like someone took a piece of wood and coverd it with black material... the corners are sloppy looking and the board is so hard that it is tough to stick tacks in.