answered 3 weeks, 6 days ago
It is pretty easy to take apart and assemble. The quality of the connections over time might become an issue, making it less sturdy.
It is NOT a sturdy product, even if you do not move it! On the other hand, if you have placed it in a place that gives it support (such as against a wall, and another piece of furniture (or in a corner)), you are apt to be able to easily dismantle it for moving, and then reassemble it in your new place.
Just keep in mind that it was not made to be sturdy in the first place, and the odds are high that each time you dismantle it, it will become more unstable.
I would consider the floor space and funds you are apt to have available. If both are limited, AND you can place it in a secure location, you have at least one move that it will make, if not more; plus have the ease of putting it up (a SNAP!). If you have more floor space and funds initially available, then I would go with a sturdier product. It will not only cost more, but you are apt to have to dedicate more time and effort to dismantle and reassemble it, but you will not have to purchase replacements as often.
This product is easy to assemble and disassemble. Just remember, it cannot be used in a room with a drop ceiling. Otherwise, the sections easily unscrew from each other, 4 platforms (including the base), and 4 uprights tubes. Three of the tubes are interchangeable, and they can be used with either end as the top. The upper most tube has the spring that holds it all erect so that's the only unit that has only one position.
I too am a travel nurse although I haven't yet taken it down, but it is really easy to take apart. It just screws together.
you found it. this is the easiest to assemble tree ever. I had it set up in probably 10minutes
most definately! i've moved it around town and in house.