Hart Utility Shelves

Hart Utility Shelves

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  • Heavy duty tier shelving
  • 4000-lb load capacity
  • 5 adjustable shelves 
  • Can be assembled both vertically or horizontally
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Easy assembly, no nuts or bolts required
  • Long lasting black powder finish
  • Can be assembled different ways depending on user space
  • Comes with 5 shelves
What needs improvement ...
  • Warranty sold separately
  • Reviews claim shelves collapsed with low amounts of weight
  • Some reviews claim keyholes don’t line up

Product Summary

The Hart Utility Shelves  from Walmart comes with five adjustable wire shelves that can be easily assembled with no nuts or bolts. The shelves come with an easy rivet-lock assembly, so just about anyone can put this together. 

The shelves, which can be adjusted in 1.5-inch increments, are able to be assembled either horizontally or vertically depending on the design needed. Each shelf supposedly has a 800-pound weight capacity, although users do claim this is not accurate. The black powder–coat on the shelves is aimed to be durable and long-lasting. 

While these shelves come at a good price, they have a lot of negative reviews. Some reviews claim the shelves can only hold light items and even then, collapse. Other reviews claim the holes don’t line up correctly, so they can’t be assembled correctly. Overall, if you want a shelving system that can hold a heavy load, it might be best to look for another option.





Black Powder-Coat


48" (W) x 24" (D) x 72" (H)


68 lbs



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      The Hart Utility Shelves are an adjustable shelving system that come with five shelves that can be assembled both horizontally or vertically using a rivet-lock system.