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|Recommended TV Type: Flat Screen; LED||Design: Console|
|Frame Material: Manufactured wood||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Solid Wood Construction: No||Hand Painted: No|
|Style: Contemporary||Gender: Unisex/Both|
|Recommended Age Group: Adult; Teen; Kids; Baby||Exterior Shelves: Yes|
|Drawers Included: No||Cabinets Included: No|
|Legs Included: No||Wheels Included: Yes|
|Fireplace Included: No||Lighted: No|
|Media Storage: No||Cable Management: Yes|
|Orientation: Floor unit||Weight Capacity: 80 Pounds|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Lift Mechanism: No|
|Expandable: No||Swivel Base: No|
|Integrated Mount: No||Non-Toxic: Yes|
|Product Care: Wipe clean with a dry cloth||Country of Manufacture: Mexico|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 5 Year Limited|
|ISTA 3A Certified: Yes||CARB Compliant: Yes|
|FSC Certified: Yes||General Conformity Certified: Yes|
|EPP Compliant: Yes|
46" TV Stand
Jabiel from Bronx, NY– Verified Buyer
I have had my stand for some time now and i am very happy with it. Sturdy design and responsive wheels. Accessible rear for the most demanding cable management.
Good TV stand
Madina from El Paso, TX– Verified Buyer
It is a nice TV stand. I like how one can be creative and decorate the shelves to your taste. I bought whicker baskets to store dvds and such. I also like the wheels that the stand come with, so its easy to move it and vacuum or mop under it. I gave 4 stars because my husband had a little trouble attaching the top piece, he had to do a minor readjustment such as drilling extra indentations to put the screws in. Overall I don't regret buying it.
better than expected
Barbara from Levittown, PA– Verified Buyer
We ordered this TV stand in black. Love the open shelves and side/back openings for easy cleaning and cords. Very sturdy. I put it together in about 45 minutes. It is well worth the price and looks more expensive than it costs.
Great Media Stand
Robin from Cincinnati, OH– Verified Buyer
After viewing small TV and media stands on Wayfair and other store websites, I kept returning to Wayfair. The price was exceptional, and the details and specifications made it easy for me to envision how it would fit in my space and match my cubicle storage unit that was previously purchased from a local store. It was easy to order and arrived quickly, and I assembled it within an hour. And nothing beats free shipping!
Nice look stand
Kaitlyn from Philadelphia, PA– Verified Buyer
I got this stand to replace a similar, smaller stand. It was pretty easy to put together and I think it looks classy. I don't think it is super sturdy, but it is fine for my tv, gaming system, etc. I like the look of the shelves--they're somewhat open. Worth the price!
Lisa from Edmond, OK– Verified Buyer
I didn't have to assemble this because it was accidently delivered to a neighbor and they assembled it. However, I did have to drag it from his apartment all the way to mine ( a long way) and it was sturdy and pretty heavy. It totally suits my need for a TV stand in a small space.
love it !
kaitlin from discovery bay, CA– Verified Buyer
I love my new stand the assembly was so easy! The only thing I wish was that the shelf openings were taller n could fit bigger storage boxes. But other than that I couldn't b happier
Clifton from Arlington, VA– Verified Buyer
Good deal for the price. Fairly easy to put together and it's convenient having a TV stand with wheels.
A. from New York– Verified Buyer
The T.V. stand is awesome and I love it! Assembly was very simple and I didn't have a single problem with it at all. Love the look and design. It's a good quality piece for the price.
Okay for the price
April from Washington, NH– Verified Buyer
I was able to put this together without major problems but it took longer than it should have due to the assembly directions that came with the product, which were done in diagrams and pictures only without any text to clarify things that were confusing. The good thing was that all the parts were clearly marked so you knew which part belonged where. The bad thing was that the diagrams did not show which sides of the parts were finished and unfinished so trying to figure out which direction to attach the parts was more difficult and took longer than it should have. Perhaps directions that combine imagesdiagrams in addition to text are more confusing for the average population but the lame, image-based directions supplied in the box are just as bad if they aren't able to clearly convey how to build the thing. The finish is pretty thin too and chips very easily, but a marker is supplied to basically cover up the missing finish. Otherwise, once built, the thing seems pretty sturdy.