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  • Great product
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    This product fits perfect in my theater room. I have a cut-out in the wall and the TV stand slides back into it perfectly. It is able to support my 65" Samsung LED.

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    gipa1 January 2, 2013
  • A Nice Television Stand
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    A very nice looking and sturdy television stand. It came well packaged and without damage. I was able to put it together in about an hour. It is heavy and felt very solid. We mounted a 60" plasma television which made the whole unit much heavier. I would recommend placing furniture sliders under the piece before mounting the TV--and leaving them there. We accidentally pulled the piece apart while trying to move the unit into it's final resting spot. The angled sides of the unit allow the piece to fit nicely into the corner.

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    knit2purl1 December 2, 2011
  • SO EASY MY KID DID IT!

    This stand fits my needs to a tee and is flexible enough so I can make a change in the future if I should need to do so. It arrived very quickly and in excellent condition and easy to understand how to assemble the unit. I supervised my 11 year old grandson and watched him assemble it in about an hour. (my supervision consisted of making sure all the nuts and bolts were tight and to double check the pieces were assembled in the correct order, other than that things went very well) It looks beautiful and it is very sturdy and functional. I mounted a 55" TV without any trouble. The wires run up the back of the unit out of sight making for a clean uncluttered look in the room. The glass is heavy and thus can hold a lot of weight. I love the black and the espresso. I would certainly recommend it to my friends and many of them have remarked on how nice the unit looks after they have seen it in person.

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    tobyhuit November 3, 2011