These are nice shelves and "pretty cool" according to the young adults for whom these two shelves were purchased. They also report easy-to-follow instructions and sturdy construction. We are very pleased with them and will consider additional pieces for our DVD collection.
This really fit our needs for a space-saving shelving unit to organize all of our CDs in one place, and overflow space for DVDs. It was easy and quick to assemble and had good instructions. Quality is good for a laminate covered product. We also have the corner version of this for our DVDs. The corner one is a taller unit.
The media storage unit arrived in good condittion and was easy to unpack. Unlike other products needing assembly, this one came with well-written instructions and clear illustrations--and no missing parts/pieces. Having the unsteady hands of a 70-something, I probably took longer to assemble it than a younger person would. The result was a non-wobbly, attractive piece of furniture that serves its intended function in style. Bonus: the price was MUCh less than a comparable product at a retailer's.
This DVD stand is a good value. I was skeptical as to what it would look like but it looks nice in my living room. It was fairly easy to put together but it I personally think it takes 2 people, one to hold the case together while the other screws it together.
We recently upgraded the television in our 7 year olds room to accomodate a large toy horse, which takes up a lot of floor space. I have been looking for months for a stand to fit all of her different sized movies and cd's. The price of this media tower, particularly for the amount of items that it holds cannot be compared to other items that are for sale in other stores. I saw similar towers for upwards of $350.00! This tower is a very nice adition to our daughters room and fits perfectly underneath her new mounted television. I even put it together myself; and I am in no way mechanically inclined! I highly recommend it.
This double media tower is a nice looking item. I use it for paperback books and they fit perfectly, and since the tower is not as deep as a conventional bookcase, it saves on space and can even be placed in a hallway. The only drawback is the center board that separates the case into two distinct sections. I would have preferred an unbroken shelf across the width of the tower rather than the two small sections side by side. It was a bit unhandy to assemble, and the shelf pegs kept falling out before the shelf could be put on. But all in all, a good value for the money, and a nice looking addition to any room without taking up a lot of space.
I found this rack well designed and fairly easy to assemble with minimal tools. The only thing I am uncertain about is a sheet of instructions describing the use of the marker to cover any scratches or marks and the referenced marker was not included.