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Fits the bill just perfectly! Good quality item with fast delivery. Nice and sturdy. Color as expected. Excellent deal with coupon received....
Prepac Everett Espresso 2-sided Spinner Media Storage Cabinet
Organize your CDs for easy access with this two-sided media storage cabinet. The cabinet has plenty of space to store your collection, with 14 shelves on two sides that can be accessed through the spinning mechanism located on the base of the piece.
ITEM#: 13669988This two-sided Espresso Everett media storage cabinet spins effortlessly to allow access to your collection from all sides. Fully adjustable shelves can be set to any position to accommodate your collection.
- Colors: Espresso
- Frame materials: MDF/composite wood
- Finish: Durable espresso laminate
- Easy to assemble
- Holds 528 CDs
- Spinning 2-sided media tower
- Number of shelves: 14
- Dimensions: 52.5 inches high x 15.5 inches wide x 12.5 inches deep
|Material||Laminate MDF Wood|
|Shelf Type||Media Cabinets Storage|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Number of Shelf||More than 9|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
|Warranty||5 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||MDF / Composite Wood|
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Fits the bill just perfectly! Good quality item with fast delivery. Nice and sturdy. Color as expected. Excellent deal with coupon received.Read More
This is a temporary resolution to a problem. The price was right for the cause.Read More
The cabinet came quickly and was packaged well with no problems from shipping. The instructions for assembly were very clear and easy to follow with good pictures to help. Overall very happy with purchase.Read More
I was able to put this together quickly and it matches my decor perfectly. No problems holding my cd/DVD collection with room to spare.Read More
I love the space saving tower. It holds a great mixture of DVD, CD and video tapes. It's great!Read More
Easily assembled, looks good. Missing top on first send, resend of missing piece was quickly sent to us. Overstock sent us an extra unit to make up for the issue. We don't really need it, but, it was a good gesture.Read More
Product arrived damaged. Laminate and particle boards chipped. Laminate split with every step of assembly. If it was not a busy time at the post office, I would have returned. As it is, I have hidden the cabinet in the corner of our storage room. Not up to O.CO standards.Read More
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Hello rush, this will hold approximately 384 blu rays. Thanks for shopping with us!
How many VHS tapes would this hold?
Media Capacity: 512 CDs, 220 DVDs, 384 Blu-ray discs, 120 videos
Are the shelves adjustable or do DVD's fit on lall the shelves?
These shelves are fully adjustable.
how many dvd's does this hold?
This item will hold up to 220 DVDs.
Actually I believe it would be around 215 DVDs.
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