|Product Type: Storage rack||Finish: 1: Black|
|Finish: 2: Cherry||Finish: 3: Oak|
|Finish: 4: Walnut||Finish: 5: White|
|Material: Wood||Solid Wood Construction: No|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Gender: Unisex/Both|
|Drawers Included: No||Exterior Shelves Included: Yes|
|Cabinets Included: No||Media Storage Type: CD storage; DVD/Blue Ray storage|
|CD Capacity: 2262||DVD Capacity: 936|
|Wall Mountable: No||Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 1 year limited|
In order to ensure their place among leading furniture manufacturers, Venture Horizon works in a variety of mediums including solid hardwoods, MDF, particle board, steel, plastic and glass. Since variety is crucial to consumer acceptance they produce furniture in several finishes like melamine, paper and vinyl.
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Good for what you pay for, BUT.....
Chris from Los Angeles, CA
Overall, this is a good shelf for those who have a TON of discs. I know of no other shelf on the market that comes close to this capacity. But before you buy, keep in mind some VERY important points. First, this is NOT made of wood as the description implies. It's made composite material and our old friend particle board (yay!). Second, do NOT lose any of the hardware components! There are NO extra pieces. Keep constant tabs on the inventory and make sure you have everything laid out properly. Third, this will take one person anywhere between 3 and 4 hours to assemble. You must have a LARGE space to work in to lay out all of the pieces. And fianlly, please please PLEASE read the instructions slowly and carefully! The illustrations are not that great and you need to pay close attention. For the price, this shelf is pretty good. If you want 100% wood for your 900+ discs, you'll be paying well over $1500 (or more) for a custom job. Take this for what it's worth, folks. It's pretty darn good.
Buy with reservations
GoldUSA from Minneapolis
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Good quality for the price! Very happy with this media unit!
Holt from Plano, TX– Verified Buyer
I read all of the reviews of all of the larger media units before deciding on this one. I even did an Excel spreadsheet to find the best deal - number of DVD's per $ among all of the double and triple units on Wayfair's website. This one looked the best on paper and when it arrived I knew I chose the correct unit - it went together fairly easily and it is doing exactly what I hoped it would do, store my media! Yes, the shelves are thin, and yes, it is made of a fiberboard material, but if you are looking to get pine or oak shelving of this size for this price then you obviously haven't looked around much at the cost of media storage!
For Paperback books awesome
Mark from Sault Sainte Marie, MI– Verified Buyer
The Good: I used the shelves to hold paperbook books and actually ended up buying 2 units then 3 more of the units to hold over 2,500 books and they look great, worked great and offered the flexibility and volume I needed with lots of leftover shelves.
Perfect Mega Storage Unit
Bob the movie guy from Dana Point, CA– Verified Buyer
As my DVD library grew, I ran out of space on my other rack, so I got this one. Putting it together was easy and the parts are manufactured with accuracy for dependable assembly. This thing takes up one whole wall of my home office so when this is full... well i'll worry about that later. The only thing I would change on this rack are the vertical mouldings that seperate the columns. When putting the DVD's on the shelf the Moulding covers the discs on the left and right side of the shelf (hiding the disc case from view) I have many blank DVD cases ,so I'll use those to fill in behind the mouldings. Beside that I am quite satisfied with the unit in terms of price, looks, assembly and capacity.
What a behemoth!
Thom from New Hampshire
I'm using this for CDs entirely. Installation was slick, easy, and relatively simple. Assembly took about 90 minutes (not including shelves, because I was trying varied configurations). Once I trusted myself and moved ahead, it really was simple. I can't stand when some blowhard who finds it easy to do everything I can't do well says something is "so easy a monkey could do it," but truthfully, if your dog had opposable thumbs, he could assemble this.
pros and cons
Michelle Steele from Elkhart, IN– Verified Buyer
It definitely holds a lot of cd's! However, the shelves are a little flimsy. If you fill a shelf with cd's, it bows in the center and leans forward with the weight. Of course, you don't know this until you have put it together and start filling it up, which by that point, it is non-returnable. My husband is looking into finding some longer support mechanisms to prevent the shelves from collapsing. Other than that, they look nice.
Mediocre at best
Christopher from Cincinnati, OH– Verified Buyer
On the plus side, the multimedia unit does hold an astonishingly large number of CDs. On the down side, it's not a very good value for the money, The shelves are indeed thin and do bow downward in the center front when an exceptionally large load is applied to them. It has that cheap cardboard backing that is typical very unimpressive. It does the job, but the materials used are cheap and flimsy and if you're buying it for the great capacity, you're probably better off buying two smaller units of better quality. I suggest not waste your money on this.
VHZ Entertainment Triple Storage Rack
Jackie from Indianapolis, IN– Verified Buyer
I bought this due to a large collection of dvd's and the fact that I could get it in white to match other furniture. However, it is not a high quality piece and tends to be top heavy without securing it to a wall. It is not real wood and I do not like the holes being seen on the inside. The shelves are very flimsy. I am looking to replace this with cabinet with drawers.
DO NOT BUY THIS!!!
meehhhhhhh from Melbourne, Fl
i bought these shelves because it is the ONLY shelving unit that has this high of a capacity. It does indeed hold a lot of DVDs, but hopefully thats all you want to do, store them. The shelves are very thin and cheap and feel they are about to break with the slightest amount of weight. There are 6 pegs to hold up the shelves, 2 on either side, and 2 in the back middle, unfortunately most of them are uneven so you really only get support from maybe 3 of the side ones. You don' even get to use the back support as they shelves lean forward from the weight of the DVDs, besides, even with the slightest move of a DVD the back pegs fall out. There are 4 supports going up the front, they work fine, but they overlap the sides of the shelves and essentially block in the side DVDs on each shelf, not a huge deal, but i found it annoying, especially since that means extra moving of DVDs, which makes things feel as they are about to break. bottom line is go for QUALITY not QUANTITY.