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|by Diana S. "D."||Date Added: Monday 03 June, 2013|
I bought this for my toddlers room. It is a great size and an easy set up. I am 6 months pregnant and did it myself. The only disappointing aspect of this product were the wheels. The black inserts that they are supposed to fit into were cracked and fell out. So I am unable to use the wheels :( Other than that I would recommend.
|by Gerry||Date Added: Sunday 26 May, 2013|
Satisfied my needs as I had expected. Not disappointed in the workmanship or the material (real wood) of the stand. Holds a TV perfectly with room for other devices on second and third shelves.
|by Janice C. Hanson||Date Added: Wednesday 06 February, 2013|
As our TV's have gotten larger, we have needed to replace the stands. We wanted to match our current beechwood furniture and this was exactly the same wood. It turned out to be made by the same manufacturer as our smaller stands also! Assembly was easy. Description was perfect measurement-wise. We give the product 5 stars.
|by DAtlanta||Date Added: Tuesday 05 February, 2013|
The stand came in a box with all tools needed for assembly (I used a small mallet for the wheels and screw covers.) I only give this a 4 instead for 5 because one of the rubber wheel mounts was broken, but I used hot glue to hold it in place. Great movable corner shelf.
|by kma||Date Added: Tuesday 05 February, 2013|
This is an attractive piece of furniture, easy to put together and seems solid enough,but don't count on the casters they broke JUST moving the unit.. The wheels on the unit that I have would not hold in place and collapsed so easy, It is hard to believe that with this quality of a product that they would allow the CHEAP costers to be a part of their product. No costers No problem.
|by Rottmag15||Date Added: Monday 21 January, 2013|
..... the wheels are cheap and crappy as many people have stated. That's why I gave it 4 stars and not 5. It's not so much the wheels but moreso the plastic, cheap housing they sit inside.I didn't need them [the wheels] and actually threw them out and sat the stand flat into a room corner. Worked great! If you don't need to move it around [I really don't know why you would need to once it's positioned] then follow my lead and get rid of them.It's very well constructed and all panels fit together well. I used wood glue prior to srewing all panels together and it's very sturdy. It looks great with the natural wood tone and is a perfect angled fit in any corner.I highly recommend it.... except for the noted [minor] downfall.