can you adjust the shelves so it holds all dvds instead of cd size spacing?
Having read a few negative Reviews of this Media Tower, I took the chance because I had previously purchased three (3) similar towers several years ago that did/are doing the job they were designed to do. I have since moved and my DVD collection has grown, prompting me to purchase another one. It appears they're no longer available, but I see that this one is quite similar, only slightly larger with a slightly different color scheme. I took the chance, despite the neg-reviews, because it closely matches the the previous towers that survived my 40 mile move. This new tower is very much like the others in that it was easy and quick to assemble and appears just as sturdy. Like I said earlier, it also holds even more DVDs and looks nice next to the other three. I would recommend it....
Triple-width Oak Media Tower
Don't put your impressive collection behind closed doors when you can showcase it with this large oak media tower. It features a 63.75' tall x 54' wide x 9.5' deep triple-width construction with adjustable shelves to fit your movies or your music.
ITEM#: 929645Make your storage space limitless with the Triple Width Barrister Tower. With room for over a thousand CDs, this tower has space to accommodate even commercial-sized collections. Stay organized however you like with its fully adjustable shelves, and take advantage of the horizontal storage that makes sorting and filling an easy task. This tower is the perfect pick for collectors who want room to grow.
|Material||Laminate MDF Oak Wood|
|Shelf Type||Horizontal Media Cabinets|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Number of Shelf||More than 9|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
|Tags||Beautiful Quality Sturdy Value|
|Dimensions||54 in. W x 63.75 in. H x 9.5 in. D (57 in. w at base)|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited - distributor|
|Materials||Composite wood, MDF|
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Having read a few negative Reviews of this Media Tower, I took the chance because I had previously purchased three (3) similar towers several years ago that did/are doing the job they were designed to do. I have since moved and my DVD collection has grown, prompting me to purchase another one. It appears they're no longer available, but I see that this one is quite similar, only slightly larger with a slightly different color scheme. I took the chance, despite the neg-reviews, because it closely matches the the previous towers that survived my 40 mile move. This new tower is very much like the others in that it was easy and quick to assemble and appears just as sturdy. Like I said earlier, it also holds even more DVDs and looks nice next to the other three. I would recommend it.Read More
This has been a life saver for all our cd's, dvds. My office is so much more organized and the music and movies are easily accessed for use. could have been better quality but great designRead More
This tower is great. I had run out of room in my home for any more DVDs or anything else for that matter. These shelves are skinny enough to place in my hallway without obstructing traffic. The pieces all fit together very well - except that for both the towers I bought, I had to sand off a bit of length from one of the wood pieces that pops into the top middle. I now have all of our DVDs in one easy access place.Read More
I have purchased a lot of assemble yourself products over many years. This is by far the cheapest materials, and cheapest hardware I have ever had to deal with. I had to order replacement parts as they did not even hold up to assembly. I doubt this will hold up for a very long period of time. I purchased as a larger replacement storage than the one I purchased 18 years ago. The older one is still holding up great, never had a problem with it. I expect I will not have near the luck with this product.Read More
GREAT product. We are movie lover and have hundreds of DVD's. This was a great way to get them organized. LOVE IT!!!Read More
Seriously, this isn't a bad piece of furniture, not for what you're paying, but it arrived with a lot of factory scratches and gouges. Clearly there's no sense of pride in workmanship, and no sense that a consumer deserves a pristine product. Some of it could have been prevented with better packing material--even paper between the layers of parts might have prevented some of the dings. The 'finish' is very thin contact paper, and the 'boards' are loose-pressed wood composite, so it doesn't take much to cause damage. That being said, it does what it's supposed to, even though it's essentially disposable furniture that won't survive a move or last a long time. It fits paperbacks nicely and doesn't look bad from across the room. The shelves are narrow enough that they won't likely bow as badly as when there's a 30" distance between supports. My dissatisfaction is more about the nearly-universal attitude that damaged items are perfectly fine to ship, that the only consumers who deserve better are those who can and will pay more than the national median weekly wage for a single shelf unit. Wood has become expensive, fine, but that doesn't mean that composite materials have to be manufactured with sloppy carelessness. However, I know I'm old fashioned that way, and this is the best I'm ever likely to see from anything but the most elite of manufacturing companies. Thus, my neutral review. This really is about the best one can expect anymore, whether I like it or not.Read More
The fatal flaw with this rack is that whoever designed it clearly didn't actually try putting DVDs on it. The 3 sections all have some "overhang" that covers up the DVD farthest to the left & right on each shelf. This is very annoying, and I ended up pulling them off and covering up the exposed particleboard with tape, but this solution is less than ideal. For the amount that this thing costs, I'd expect decent design (and actually would have hoped it was solid wood and not particleboard).Read More
My husband and I assembled this in no time, compared to some things we hae bought over the years that were real pains. We were amazed at the storage capacity and how sleek and compact it is. We highly recomend it and of course Overstock had the best deal , and believe me I did a lot of checking around. Thanks again Overstock!Read More
I am familiar with PrePak, having previously purchased other media storage units from them, so I knew that their products are of good quality. The assembly instructions were, as always, clear and easy to follow and I was able to assemble this myself in a little over an hour, although I did require the assistance of a friend for the final stages due to the size of the finished unit.Read More
I bought this for my husband and he loves it. It's sturdy and looks good. It was expensive compared to other units I've seen online, but that could be that they are constructed out of lesser materials.Read More
Questions & Answers
Yes, this media tower features fully adjustable shelves.
that's one of the best things about this item. You can adjust the shelves to any height you want, and there are plenty of shelves included in the package.
does it come with extra shelves?
Unfortunately, this item does not come with additional shelves.
Does it come in any other color?
No it does not come in any other color.
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