Why do these companies that sell these DVD cabinet will not post high width and depth? That is stupid. I want buy until I know the dimensions.
The item was pretty easy to assemble. I like the color and it's capacity. This tower was easily able to handle my oversized dvd/blueray collection....
Oskar Media Tower 1080 CD/504 DVD Cabinet
Attractive and versatile, this media tower is a practical storage solution for your media collection. Its shelves, separated by a central divider, boast room for over 1000 CDs and 500 DVDs.
ITEM#: 13766204Attractive and versatile, the Atlantic media tower is a practical storage solution for your media collection. Its shelves, separated by a central divider, boast room for over 1000 CDs and 500 DVDs. Each shelf is fully adjustable, meaning you're free to customize according to your collection's needs.
The contemporary design of this cabinet features a wide base that provides stability making it suitable for all your media storage needs. Featuring a durable wood frame and adaptable shelves, this aesthetically pleasing unit allows you to customize it to create any storage configuration for efficient organization. The unit features an espresso finish and comes with a wall anchor for ease of installing.
- Colors: Maple, espresso
- Frame materials: MDF
- Finish: Maple, espresso
- Adjustable shelves for better media organization
- Wide base to provide stability
- High capacity to meet all media storage needs
- Capacity: 1080 CD, 504 DVD or Wii, 576 BluRay or PS3
- Shelves: Six (6) fixed, thirty (30) adjustable
- Wall anchor included
- Dimensions: 71.25 inches high x 40 inches wide x 9.13 inches deep
- The ultimate high capacity multimedia cabinet for all of your media storage needs. Fully adjustable shelving allows you to customize to create any storage configuration. Wide base provides stability for your collection.
|材料||中密度纤维板 木制 淡棕色 迭层板|
|完成||Espresso Finish Maple Finish|
|架子数量||多于 9 个|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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The item was pretty easy to assemble. I like the color and it's capacity. This tower was easily able to handle my oversized dvd/blueray collection.Read More
Great product for the price. Only took me 2 hours to assemble it. The directions were fairly simple, once you understand the Chinese English. It also included everything, even the brackets to mount it two a wall!Read More
Easy to assemble and hold more then they say it can..Read More
The tower is everything we wanted to have to store our DVDs. It fits perfectly in the hallway, is the correct color and we have plenty of space left over to store future DVDs we may purchase. Assembly was easy, especially when the wife read the directions and directed me where to place the parts. The price was right, also!Read More
happy with tower, looks nice, my son was very happyRead More
This DVD case arrived yesterday. Today my wife and I spent 90 minutes or so assembling it. When we got to the final stage--installing the back pieces, the unit came apart and was beyond repair. Cheap fiberboard, pot metal pieces--a decent design winds up below a "poor" rating. It is going to our country dump tomorrow. To say we are disappointed with Overstock.com is a huge understatement. Every purchase in the past has met or--often--exceeded our highest expectations. Under no circumstances should you even consider buying this product, or any others made (by China) under the same brand. The ONLY decent thing that could be said of this product is that the assembly instructions were clear, easy to understand and follow. The quality of the materials, on the other hand, could not be worse. Shame on you, Overstock.com!Read More
This product is the very unsteady. I have always been handy and always put things together around my home. This item no matter how much I tried to screw it together is just not safe. It seems like the shelves are going to fall apart at any moment. I would not recommend this item AT ALL. I have been working with it for over 3 hours now and I see no hope. It is a 66 lb box and I don't know how I am going to return it. Money down the drain.Read More
I had lock screws that were not flush with the wood so there are cracks were light comes through and is uneven.. looks cheap. it does serve its purpose but the quality is not what I had hoped for. I also had trouble with the piece that covers the back. It was damaged and it took 2-3 weeks to actually get the replacement part. Customer service was fine and it was no trouble to order replacement part just took a long time to get it. From a distance it looks fine, just don't look to closely...Read More
Very cheap wood. I put it together and it started to fall apart when I was standing it up. This item is junk.Read More
I like the cabinet, but it way over priced for the quality of the item. I would normally expect to pay around $** for an item of this quality.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello Daryl, the dimensions are listed on the left side of the item page in the details box. This is approximately 71.25"H x 40"W x 9.13"D. Thanks for shopping with us!
The description says this cabinet can hold 1000 CD's and 500 DVD's. Is that at the same time or only one or the other?
Hello Mike, that would be either CD's or DVD's since DVD's are about twice the size. We hope this helps. Thank you for shopping with us.
The maple color appears to be black - is it? Or is it just a VERY dark brown color?
Hello Jjstith, we try to represent the colors of our products accurately. Unfortunately, due to the difference in monitor colors we cannot guarantee that the color will match exactly what you see on your screen.
How much weight will each shelf hold?
Hello Piglette, unfortunately, we do not weight test our items. Please let us know if you have additional questions. Thank you for shopping with us. TB
More than adequate for CDs and/or DVDs. Heavy books might be a problem.
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