|Product Type: Revolving tower||Style: Contemporary|
|Material: Wood||Solid Wood Construction: No|
|Gender: Unisex/Both||Drawers Included: No|
|Exterior Shelves Included: Yes||Cabinets Included: No|
|Media Storage Type: CD storage; DVD/Blue Ray storage||CD Capacity: 1040|
|DVD Capacity: 476||Wall Mountable: No|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Product Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 5 year parts warranty|
|ISTA 3A Certified: Yes|
Terrific Space management
WAYNE from SAMBRO HEAD, NS – Verified Buyer
The best quality of thisunit is the fact that you can store over 1000 CD s in 18 in. square of floor space. the compact design can facilitate many different types of Media...CDs ; DVDs ; VHS , etc. I personally have a pretty large collection of CDs and I am able to arrange all my CDs in two of these units , and I can arrange them in Alphabetic Order , and the shelves are just the right thickness , to allow Labelling the shelf.I really like this design , and would reccomend this for any Multimedia Collector...
A good unit with a bad flaw
Guy from Fort Lauderdale, FL – Verified Buyer
This is a well-designed unit which holds a lot of CDs (about 900 in my case) in an 24" x 24" space. Instructions are, as usual, inadequate and in one case wrong, but it's not a difficult unit to assemble. There were a few scratches, but the unit is well-packed and the cover-up marker made the scratches barely noticable.The one serious flaw is the flimsy, plastic bearing used to rotate a very heavy unit. The bearing is not up to the job, the plastic rollers flatten and the unit difficult to turn. I took all my CDs out, purchased a heavy-duty Lazy Susan bearing (rated for 1000 pounds) from a local hardware for about [$] and replaced the plastic one (helps a lot if you have some construction ability and tools). The unit now works like a charm, rotates easily and provides very efficient storage. The manufacturer cut one corner too many. One star as is (the unit is barely functional); four stars with a new, heavy-duty, metal bearing. I would recommend to a friend only if he/she had tools and the ability to install a heavy-duty bearing
overall good but needs improvement
mrsurfer from Highland,IL – Verified Buyer
Overall good but the plastic turntable needs to be replaced. I purchased a 1000# capacity turntable and modified the assembly much inproved add $10 to the price and make it standard.
Black Deluxe Spinning 4-Sided Media Tower
JustPlainDon from Memphis, TN
Should meet most anyone's CD/DVD needs for many years except for the die hard movie collector who already has a huge collection of DVDs &/or CDs. Due to square design, requires unit be moved away from wall. Unfortunately having round corners would mean either a larger unit or a smaller capacity...so it is pretty much optimized for this design. Very easy to assemble with clear directions. Would recommend for someone with a moderate sized collection of DVDs and CDs who wishes to organize and neatly display them.
I love this thing!
Mr. Bell from MD
This is an awesome DVD cabinet. The amount of DVDs it can hold is still a wonder to me. There are only a couple problems I had with it, but as you can see, they weren't bad enough to lower my score. The first of these problems is that sometimes there's a part of the wood that's chipped off. They include a touch-up marker, though, so it covers up any nicks very nicely. The other slight problem is that you don't initially consider it to be a revolving piece of furniture when you plan for where it goes. Basically, you need an additional six inches or so on each side so it can spin freely. No biggie. Still, this is a huge amount of storage space in a small area and it's a great thing to put in the corner of a room (The place I usually find the most difficult to find furniture for). Definitely worth the buy!
Don't know what to say . . . can't agree
Hodo from Central Ohio
I don't know what to say. I cannot agree with the favorable reviews here. I purchased two of the MMS-1060 in maple and while the units are relatively easy to assemble and do perform the function they are supposed to perform, this has to be some of the cheapest, most disposable "furniture" I've ever seen. This unit makes my Sanus NFCDII look like it's heirloom quality. The veneers on the Prepac unit are wafer thin. The shelves are pressboard (not glass or solid wood). The base is about as cheap of a design as I could possibly imagine. I have two of these monstrosities sitting in my great room and I'm trying to figure out how to hide them.
Anonymous from New Jersey – Verified Buyer