Can we buy two of them and stack on top of each other?
Great price and rotates smoothly. Great sturdy product...
Rotating Cube Media Tower
This rotating cube media tower is designed to store a lot of media in a small space. Four Rotating Cubes spin 360-degrees to make your media library easily accessible.
ITEM#: 15045847Fun and functional, the rotating capability of the Rotating Media Cube 216 Storage Unit's individual cubes is its most striking characteristic. The unit's four individual cubes are stacked one atop the other and connected along a central axis, allowing all but the bottom cube a full 360-degree rotation. The bottom cube forms the unit's base, and sits on non-marring rubber feet that protect hardwood floors from damage. Each individual cube features rear mounted steel-rod cross bars for added support and stability. Align the cubes straight up and down, offset each cube or create some combination in between. With an eye-catching espresso finish and trim with a space-saving footprint, the Rotating Media Cube 216 Storage Unit is a seamless fit in the family room, media room, den or bedroom, and makes an elegant and charming addition to any home's interior.
- Materials: Wood composite/ metal/ plastic
- Finish: Wood grain
- Color: Espresso
- Dimensions: 37.05 inches high x 13.27 inches wide x 13.27 inches deep
- Two (2) compartments per cube: 5.75 inches deep x 11.5 inches wide x 8 inches high
- Stores 216 CDs or 144 DVDs or 168 Blu-ray discs
- Small footprint with large storage capacity
- Non-marring feet
|Material||MDF Metal Plastic Steel Wood|
|Shelf Type||Media Cabinets|
|Number of Shelf||4|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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Great price and rotates smoothly. Great sturdy productRead More
This product is fantastic. It is beautiful, went together easily, looks sturdy and is very, very nice. Thinking of ordering another, am so pleased.Read More
I got 2 of these and have them set up by my craft table to store my craft paints. A plastic tray from the dollar store fits perfectly on the shelves to keep the paints from falling out when I rotate the tower. It's very handy and everything is right there within an easy reach.Read More
Great quality tower.I really like the rotating cubes,and the smooth finish of this furniture.Read More
This is a great product. It was very easy to assemble and of good quality. I just wish I didnt have so many movies, I'm going to have to buy another one!Read More
Good value for money and very easy to assemble. It's also easy to move around-it's only a moment to disassemble and stack somewhere else. Each shelf holds about 25 CDs and I find them easy to read and maintain in alphabetical order. It's a very nice product.Read More
Good product and as described in the ad. The only con we had with it was that it's a bit wobbly. I would expect that to some degree given the way it's put together. But it is a really good value for the money. Thinking of getting a second one to match.Read More
I looked at a bunch of different places to buy this product because it was exactly what I was looking for for my DVD storage. I needed 2 of them and all the other places seemed to have extremely high shipping (because of the weight) or the price of the product was high. Overstock did a great job! Very affordable and free shipping! The quality is great. It's sturdy and comes in the Atlantic box. Super easy to assemble as well. I'd highly recommend it!!Read More
Questions & Answers
not sure i would like to know that i think it would be to heavy they are wobbly to being with on their own
I think you could probably add 2 more levels but not 4.
Is this shelfing big enough to be used as a bookshelf?
Thank you for shopping with us aruby123. This would not work for books except paperbacks. The depth is only 5 3/4 inches. Maybe something like item 14198078 would work for you. Have a great day.
Does it come in any other color?
Thank you for your inquiry yoitsheather. Unfortunately no,this comes only as show.Please let us know if you have any further question.
how many dvd's or cd's will it hold
Thank you for your inquiry regarding the Atlantic Rotating Cube Media Tower. Stores 216 CDs or 144 DVDs or 168 Blu-ray discs. I hope this answer helps you.
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