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|Recommended TV Type: Flat Screen||TV Size Accommodated: 60 Inches|
|Product Type: TV stand||Design: Console|
|Solid Wood Construction: No||Style: Contemporary|
|Exterior Shelves: Yes||Drawers Included: No|
|Cabinets Included: Yes||Wheels Included: No|
|Fireplace Included: No||Lighted: No|
|Media Player Storage: Yes||Media Storage: No|
|Cable Management: Yes||Weight Capacity: 200 Pounds|
|Lift Mechanism: No||Expandable: No|
|Swivel Base: No||Integrated Mount: No|
|Hardware Material: Steel||Product Care: Use a soft clean cloth that will not scratch the surface when dusting. Use of furniture polish is not necessary. Should you choose to use a furniture polish, test in an inconspicuous area first. Use os solvents of any kind could damage your furniture's finish. To clean, simply use a soft cloth moistened with lukewarm water, then buff with a dry soft clean cloth.|
|Country of Manufacture: China||Hardware Finish (Black Finish): Brushed nickel knobs, steel hardware|
|Hardware Finish (Classic Cherry, Vintage Mahogany Finish): Antique brass knobs, steel hardware|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 90 days|
|ISTA 3A Certified: Yes|
Great console for the price
MJ from Spring Hill, TN – Verified Buyer
I have a 60" flat screen and researched several consoles before making a purchase. This console sits lower than others which keeps the television at eye level. The only slight issue I have is that once the cables are plugged into the back of the cable box and I place it on the middle top shelf, the middle doors barely close. This is due to the smaller depth of the console. However, I can still completely close the doors, so it doesn't bother me. One could cut out a larger hole for the backside of the cable box if needed. The console is solid and the finish is very nice. It was easy to put together. If you shop around for something similar, plan on spending over $500. This one doesn't look cheap at all. I found this one on Wayfair on sale for under $200 and had it at my doorstep in 3 days with free shipping. This is the best console with the finish and style I wanted. Wayfair has a good selection, description, and specs listed. Great buy, especially for the money.
4/5 or 80%... good either way
Scott from north bellmore, NY – Verified Buyer
Piece arrived sooner than expected. Although very heavy, seems lighter once put together. Fit together like Ikea product but looks much sweeter and sturdier. Time to assembly with party of 2 was under 3 hours. Easy enough... already received compliments. Won't know how well made until it has weathered family use through the years. Recommending to purchase unit with legs as it raises the height and looks all the better. Pros: Not difficult assembly, looks more costly than it was and perfect fit into already existing wall unit. Cons: Low side doors for electronics but will keep for storage as already utilizing side towers for all electronics
Gorgeous piece of furniture!
Tom Koehn from Milwaukee, WI – Verified Buyer
This cabinet was delivered in, what seemed like record time, despite free shipping. That alone was impressive. Item was packed very well, though one of the three small, wooden support pieces on the cross piece (onto which the back panels are attached) was broken off, along with a small piece of the veneer it was attached to, leaving the screws exposed. The break was clean, so simply rescrewing it onto the cross piece seemed to work pretty well, and the break was then difficult to detect. Anyway, I was able to assemble the piece by myself in a couple hours (with some creative dexterity), and the instructions were easy to follow. The hardware attached to a cardboard with shrink wrap was nicely done too. Once assembled, I tipped the cabinet on it's back to attach the feet (which oddly, were packaged and shipped separately), and two of the ten quarter-turn screws designed to grip the metal connectors fell out, even though they were attached properly. Now for the LIFE of me, armed with a flashlight, I couldn't figure out where they came from! It did not seem to compromise the structural integrity of the cabinet in any way, so I didn't worry too much, though it'd be nice to somehow put them back where they belong. I hope that if I ever move again, it won't be a problem. Like another reviewer, I too accidentally switched the position of one of the wooden doors, and since disassembly is the ONLY way to get the door off to move it, rather than tackle that time consuming chore, I chose to pry off the metal plates and move them to the proper places to align them with the magnets. This left small scrapes and a tiny screw hole on the bottom, inside each door, but is hardly noticable. It's a VERY good idea to examine the doors thoroughly before you attach them. What all the online photos of this piece do NOT illustrate is the two screw-in foot pegs (with levelers) placed towards the rear, in the middle of the cabinet. This is (understandably) designed due to it's length, to prevent the cabinet from sagging from the weight of what's placed on it, and in it. It might be considered wise to LIFT the cabinet to move it, rather than drag it, lest the pegs break off. Not sure if it would happen, but it sure seems like it could, especially on carpeting. The cabinet looks WAY more expensive than it was, and I was very happy with the finish, sturdiness, and appearance. Upon further research though, I saw that there is a 70" version as well, but not sold on Wayfair.com. I would likely have gone with that, but my 70" television only extends off the ends about an inch and a half on either side, and is hardly noticable, so no worries there either. I purposely left the back center panel unattached due to the shallow depth of the cabinet. My receiver wouldn't quite fit behind the glass paneled doors, with cords and cables plugged in. It might be a good idea to measure your peripherals before attaching the back panel. This is not noticable at all, since there is no light source behind the cabinet. I was also slightly disappointed that the part of the glass door frames in the center cover a large portion of the lighted information display on my Harmon Kardon receiver. Not a lot of wiggle room to move it, so since all the peripherals are routed through the receiver, I'm forced to use it with the doors open, but here too, I'm willing to overlook the hassle. Another selling point for me was the cabinet's height. A 70" television is massive, and on the cabinet, it sits at (and slightly above) eye level from a normal viewing position. It's nearly perfect. I would highly recommend this product. Pros: Price, finish, ease of assembly (if you don't rush), sturdiness, appearance, and delivery time. Cons: There are no warnings to check door orientation before attaching them. It might seem obvious to do so, but it seems others have made the same mistake, so I suppose I'm not a total idiot.
JUST WHAT WE NEEDED
Sharon from Lawton, OK
Received this tv stand by FedEx today about 2:00, and it is fully assembled and in place at 4:30. We received our order at our door in three days. We are not the best at assembly, but managed fine. The directions could have been more helpful in detail, the reason for four stars. It was well packaged, all parts were included and the finish was undamaged. All doors hung straight and level. All shelves fit perfectly and adjust easily. The beveled glass in the center doors are a nice touch. A little improvement in direction detail is the only improvement we could ask for.
Flat Screen Stand
D from Round Lake Beach, IL – Verified Buyer
Cabinet once put together looked exactly like the picture. One of the rails split because holes were to close to the end., phoned and was shipped a new one within two three days. Pros: Good quality, reasonably priced., customer service was excellent.
Eileen from manchester, NJ – Verified Buyer
Looks beautiful...good quality and fairly easy to put together. Looks expensive, even though it wasn't.
Michael from West Friendship, MD – Verified Buyer
I spent a lot of time shopping and didnt want to spend over 1,000 for a stand, which seems to be the going rate for a solid wood piece. (which are really only partially solid wood.) I cautiously ordered this piece. Delivery was quick. Box showed some mishandling, but interior components were fine. Assembly instructions were clear enough and I only needed help lifting it during the latter stages of assembly. FYI, there are two supporting legs in the center that arent shown. They are placed half-way back and are not visible when looking at the piece. Depth was a surprising problem for me. I have a new receiver that is 15 deep, but I didnt account for the additional space for the AV cables. So, I cut out a portion of the back panel to accommodate them and problem solved. This also provides additional ventilation and makes connections very easy, so I am happy with this solution. Cut out isnt visible either. I had to place the receiver on the left side and cable box and bluray on right side in order for remote sensors to work through the glass. All work fine. Be aware, the paint chips very easily, but can be touched up without any problems. Overall, Im very happy with this stand. It looks great and was a great price!
Elizabeth from Clermont, FL – Verified Buyer
We are very satisfy with this purchase. Looks great on my Living room
Super easy to assemble and great value!
Sherri from Riverview, FL
I was looking for something to replace our outdated tv stand, but wanted something that matched as closely as possible to the other furniture in the room. This was exactly what I was looking for. Easy to put together. Did it alone, and it took me about an hour. Looks great in the living room and looks much more expensive than what it was. Love the glass front doors in the center- makes working the remote easy, and we don't have to keep the doors open. Lots of storage compared to the other stands we have had in the past-I keep all my photo albums in the cabinets of this stand. Love it!
Nice functional furniture for the price
Mary from Lithia, FL – Verified Buyer
This console came on time. It needed to be put completely together, so you have to either be able to do that sort of thing or have a handy person to do it for you. A piece of the hardware was missing, so we had to use our own. Once put together, it is very solid and looks nice. It is low, so in your measurements you need to incorporate the size of your television. For us it was fine, but still pretty low. It depends on your room and how you like to view your t.v. You can't go wrong for the money.