How deep are the shelves? Can it be used for books?
Prepac Everett Espresso 4-sided Spinner Media Storage Cabinet
This four-sided espresso media storage cabinet effortlessly spins, allowing easy access to all four sides. The adjustable shelves have unlimited positioning options and can accommodate up to 1,060 CDs or a combination of CDs and DVDs.
ITEM#: 13669994This four-sided Espresso Everett media storage cabinet spins effortlessly to allow access to your collection from all four 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 1060 CDs
- Spinning 4-sided media tower
- Number of shelves: 36
- Dimensions: 65 inches high x 18.75 inches wide x 18.75 inches deep
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||MDF / Composite Wood|
|Material||Laminate MDF Wood|
|Shelf Type||Media Cabinets Storage|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Number of Shelf||More than 9|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
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I really like that I found something that would hold many pieces of media easily and in a compressed space. Any type of wall cabinet would have taken at least twice the wall space that this does. It's also a plus that it is not closed off with any doors. It is so easy to see everything! My wife worried that the lack of doors would allow for dust to settle and show, but the shelves are not that deep, so that there is virtually no shelf sticking out beyond and cds or dvds. It was also pretty easy to put together, and doesn't really require more than 1 able bodied person to do the job in a little over an hour. Honestly, the main assembly took just about an hour, while adding in and configuring the small shelves can take a while, depending on how you want to configure the shelf spacing, which really doesn't count toward assembly time. The only possible drawback i see is the spinner wheel, which is made out of plastic as others have noted. While I can't vouch for the durability of it, I would have preferred a metal ball bearing spinner. And because it is not metal, the spinning motion can be a little slow when the cabinet is weighed down, but not a big deal. All in all, I like the product. Though it's not real wood, it is still good looking and seems to be solidly made. I would buy again, maybe for paperback books next time!Read More
easy to assemble - maybe an hour. looks good. very substantial - would be hard to move once it's filled. but it is exactly what i needed for my cd collection.Read More
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Thank you for contactign us wfitzwater. The shelves are 10 ¾ inches x 4 41/64 inches. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
How many DVDs will this hold?
Hello saharahowl, Thank you for inquiring about the Prepac Everett Espresso 4-sided Spinner Media Storage Cabinet. This unit will hold approx 476 DVD?s. Thank you for shopping with us.
Will this only work for CD's or can it hold DVD's as well?
Hello Valued Customer, The adjustable shelves have unlimited positioning options and can accommodate up to 1,060 CDs or a combination of CDs and DVDs. Thank you for shopping Overstock.com, let us know if you have any additional questions.
Product details says it's 18.75 inches wide. I'm looking to place this in a spot with only 19 inches clearance. Will it be able to fully spin in this location. Or to put another way, what is the diagonal width - corner to corner - when viewed from the top? Thanks Brett
Yes you would be able to spin this in 19 inches.
absolutely not! you need about 26 inches clearance -- that's the distance from corner to corner.
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