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very nice media tower for dvd's, blu-rays, & cd's. Product color and description was right on. Would order another one if we had the room....
Double Barrister Media Tower
Keep your storage options flexible with the Double Width Barrister Tower. Each tower boasts space for more than 700 CDs, making it perfect for ambitious collectors. Its adjustable shelves offer even more storage versatility.
ITEM#: 10027862Keep your storage options flexible with the Double Width Barrister Tower. Each tower boasts space for more than 700 CDs, making it perfect for ambitious collectors. Its adjustable shelves offer even more storage versatility. With this product, your collection has space to grow. Organize your collection of CDs, DVDs, Blue-Ray discs and VHS tapes in style with this generously sized media tower. This handsome piece is available in three wood finishes to match your existing decor, and nine shelves allow you to organize your collection alphabetically, by genre or chronologically, so you can easily find the media you're looking for.
|Material||Cherry Laminate MDF Oak Wood|
|Finish||Black Finish Cherry Finish Oak Finish|
|Shelf Type||Media Cabinets|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Number of Shelf||9|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
|Dimensions||39.5 in. W x 63.75 in. H x 9.5 in. D|
|Warranty||5 yr. damage & defective on parts|
|Materials||Composite wood, MDF|
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very nice media tower for dvd's, blu-rays, & cd's. Product color and description was right on. Would order another one if we had the room.Read More
Perfect for our current and growing collection of DVDs and CSs. Looks wonderful and is very sturdy.Read More
Very satisfied. Product as described and worked well. A bit difficult lining up some of the nail holes for the back, but doable.Read More
I needed a large piece for my CDs and DVDs. Looks as pictured, not hard to assemble. I am very happy with this product.Read More
I received this in one long box. It was heavy abd once opened it had lots of saw dust. But the instructions weren't bad you just have to count and identify each piece. I put it together with the help of two kids. It took a while but turned out beautiful and matches my rom. Adds a nice fill to my bedroom. I bought the black one and painted theboard underneath the top black also so it looks all one color. Turned out great hold lots of DVDs CDs and bluerays. Love it!Read More
Amazingly nice looking for such cheap materials. Not an ounce of real wood, but looks like nice oak when assembled. Pretty easy to assemble.Read More
Holds all my DVD and have space for more. Didn't use all shelf's yet. Very neat , front trim pieces could have been slimmer. Hides DVDs on end of shelf's,have to remove other DVDsto get to the end ones.Read More
as in a previous review the side moldings does block access to the dvd or cd that is on each end, I remedied this by using extra shelf pegs to take up the space. Unit is very sturdy and fits nicely in my hallway. I would purchase another if needed.Read More
Tower box arrived damage. Second box had damaged contents. Backside is difficult to assemble. Cannot see videos in the end corners.Read More
I have 3 of these double units and they have lasted 8 years an counting. I had one minor problem and the manufacturer sent replacement part out immediately. Very reputable company. Choose your color and go...Read More
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Hello BamaFan, this weighs approximately 66 pounds. Thanks for shopping with us!
The unit is 9.5 inches deep, but how deep are the shelves?
Helloghanagirl, The shelves are approximately as deep as the width of a standard CD case.Thanks for shopping with us!
The shelves sit on metal holders and are 4.5 " wide. You will have space between the shelf and the back as well as between the shelf and the front. It works fairly well. There are "holes" all long the insides of the tower so you establish how far apart you want to place the shelves.
They are DVD depth. The only setback I found with this is that on each shelf the first and last dvd is hidden by the structure. I have three doubles and a single that are over packed with dvds so having to strain to see first and last dvd per shelf can be expected. If I remove one or two fraom a shelf there is no problem at all. I have had my media towers for over 10 years now and they look as good now as they did when I first bought them.
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