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I am relatively handy and it took me a good 4hrs+ to set-up (alone). You do need a 2nd set of hands at least once to assemble the main section to the base. All was going simply/methodically until assembly of glass on doors...for this, you will need good lighting (and I have 20/20 vision), patience, and a smaller phillip's head than the one used for the rest of the project (despite any instructions to the contrary). The picture/instructions seem to indicate the washers used in glass assembly face curve UP...however, it only works if you face curve DOWN. I'd also suggest a rubber mallot to assist with the dowels without damaging product (I was able to use regular hammer softened by rags, but not ideal). The only other assembly hitch I ran into were the back panels...be sure to line them all up before attaching, which is not what the pictures indicate, but there is a specific manner in which they must align and that is not completely obvious unless you have them all side by side. Also, in the end, panels did not sufficiently span the length of the unit, but because it's a back piece, I was able to finagle it to still work and look good from front. As with any similar unit, you have to have everything out of the box to ensure you have everything and it is in good condition...but by then, you have everything out of the box and it'd be a real pain to repackage and return if you found something awry. I think they bank on this and hence are not concerned about minor infractions, assuming you too will not be concerned. 2 of 4 glass pieces had minor scratches on them (and in a visible spot), but minor enough I was not about to repackage. There were also at least 2-3 minor sections of the unit itself where the MDF/other were slightly broken/damaged, but again, they ended up on sections that were either not visible or bearable. The only thing missing from the parts list was the touch up marker, but again, did not need and really can use any perm marker, so wasn't too worried. So, overall, while it took some time and a couple of minor issues, the end quality is pretty good and looks nice. I would buy again. (We do not have a TV on it, rather a wall-mounted TV is above it, so I don't have anything heavy on it, but it seems solid enough to handle as intended)....
Black 52-inch Highboy Style Wood TV Stand
This stylish black wood TV stand will enhance the classic style of a living room or bedroom while it supports your TV. Glass-fronted doors hide your DVDs, DVD players, remotes, and other TV accessories. The stand measures 33' high and 52' wide.
ITEM#: 14324976The unique height of this console makes it a perfect fit for any entertainment area or bedroom. The adjustable shelves behind glass-paned doors provide storage for a variety of A/V components and media accessories. This stylish, modern television stand has a sleek black finish and clear, tempered, safety glass doors on its cabinets. With its nine shelves and four cabinet doors, this television stand has enough storage space to put away all your electronics and living room clutter. The shelving is adjustable for your convenience.
- Includes: TV stand and hardware
- Materials: High-grade painted MDF
- Finish: Painted black
- Stylish, contemporary design
- Unique 33-inch height
- Accommodates most flat-panel TVs up to 55 inches
- Weight capacity: 250 pounds
- Attractive doors with tempered, safety glass panes
- Adjustable shelving
- 9 shelves, 4 doors
- Ample storage space for A/V components and accessories
- Dimensions: 33 inches high x 52 inches wide x 16 inches deep
|Style||Contemporary Modern Traditional Transitional|
|Number of Shelf||9|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
|Weight Capacity||Up To 240 Pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
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This tv stand is nice once you get it put together. It took my husband and I 8 hours to put together. It should not have taken that long. We both have masters' degrees so we are not inept at following directions. There were parts missing and we had to go to our local hardware store to purchase additional screws. That is not acceptable..Read More
I am relatively handy and it took me a good 4hrs+ to set-up (alone). You do need a 2nd set of hands at least once to assemble the main section to the base. All was going simply/methodically until assembly of glass on doors...for this, you will need good lighting (and I have 20/20 vision), patience, and a smaller phillip's head than the one used for the rest of the project (despite any instructions to the contrary). The picture/instructions seem to indicate the washers used in glass assembly face curve UP...however, it only works if you face curve DOWN. I'd also suggest a rubber mallot to assist with the dowels without damaging product (I was able to use regular hammer softened by rags, but not ideal). The only other assembly hitch I ran into were the back panels...be sure to line them all up before attaching, which is not what the pictures indicate, but there is a specific manner in which they must align and that is not completely obvious unless you have them all side by side. Also, in the end, panels did not sufficiently span the length of the unit, but because it's a back piece, I was able to finagle it to still work and look good from front. As with any similar unit, you have to have everything out of the box to ensure you have everything and it is in good condition...but by then, you have everything out of the box and it'd be a real pain to repackage and return if you found something awry. I think they bank on this and hence are not concerned about minor infractions, assuming you too will not be concerned. 2 of 4 glass pieces had minor scratches on them (and in a visible spot), but minor enough I was not about to repackage. There were also at least 2-3 minor sections of the unit itself where the MDF/other were slightly broken/damaged, but again, they ended up on sections that were either not visible or bearable. The only thing missing from the parts list was the touch up marker, but again, did not need and really can use any perm marker, so wasn't too worried. So, overall, while it took some time and a couple of minor issues, the end quality is pretty good and looks nice. I would buy again. (We do not have a TV on it, rather a wall-mounted TV is above it, so I don't have anything heavy on it, but it seems solid enough to handle as intended).Read More
Overall, a very good piece of furniture. The problem lies that it is in a lot of parts that needs to be assembled. Even with two people on board, it took 6 hours or so to build to completion. It took countless hours of screwing in many screws. The shelving is a bit of an issue as it could have been constructed better with the use actual rods instead of the little metal dowels. It is a nice piece when it's all said and done.Read More
This product is exactly as described on the site. Took a bit of time to set up, but the instructions were very easy to understand. Definitely a good buy.Read More
Love everything but the shelves inside. The hooks to keep them level pop out constantly, making thhe shelves dip and go uneven, then the DVDS go everywhere. Otherwise great product.Read More
I am very pleased with this product. More importantly, my husband loves it too. I have never bought a piece of furniture this big online before. Everything went perfect and we are very happy with this purchase.Read More
Originally was a little scared of quality when I was putting it together because it was a little wobbly but once all the pieces were on its very strong and stable. I have a 60' TV on it and it looks great and makes the apartment look bigger.Read More
Kind of daunting when you unpack and see how many pieces there are but the instructions were great. No need to guess at anything. Two pieces of glass were scratched and they were cheerfully replaced, arrived in two days, and that was during the Christmas rush. Very solid and nice piece of furniture.Read More
Very happy with the product. Was relatively easy to put together except for the teeny-tiny nails that hold the glass panels in place. Instructions were easy to follow.Read More
After looking, mostly on-line, for a TV console that was higher than most, we finally found this model. We've always liked the TV up higher than a couple of feet off the floor. This is perfect. Lots of storage, fits our decor, and looks great with our 51" TV. Pretty easy to put together. Definitely takes two people and took us about three hours.Read More
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Size, style, functionality
Are there holes in the back panel for cords and wires?
Yes there are holes in the back of this unit for cords.
How tall are each of the middle shelves?
The shelves are adjustable. In the picture, the bottom shelf is nine inches high, the second shelf is seven inches high, and the top shelf is eight inches high.
how wide are the shelves inside the unit, middle and end shelves?
The shelves in the middle are 27 inches wide. The side shelves are 9 inches wide.
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