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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful
on June 23, 2007
Love the look of the actual tower. The black wire blends in with the DVDs or video games and suits any type of room.

Here's the catch.

Standing on the ground, the unit is extremely wobbly. Plus, the two parts (the unit is split into two parts that fit together) come apart very easily.

Here's the fix.

Mount it on the wall using the screws provided. It takes 2 minutes and alleviates all of those problems. If you're not going to mount it on the wall, think about getting a different unit.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on January 3, 2007
This storage rack is just what we needed, it holds plenty of DVDs and takes up minimal space. It is not bulky and not another piece of furniture like the ones we looked at in stores, it fits in the corner out of the way and is functional.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on January 21, 2013
These do the job of organizing movies wonderfully; I love the flexibility of placement that these units allow when designing a presentation layout(see picture in customer pictures).
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
This wall mounted Atlantic DVD rack met all of my needs.

I have a PS3 game console and at first, purchased a blu-ray movie rack for my blu-ray movies and PS3 games. Unfortunately, the PS3 games have thicker cases than blu-ray movies and are a very tight fit in the blu-ray movie rack. The occasional DVD has a case too wide to fit in the blu-ray movie rack.

This Atlantic DVD rack just fits everything. I've moved my PS3 games from the blu-ray rack to the DVD rack, no more tight fit. The Atlantic DVD rack also has several larger positions at the bottom to fit extra wide cases.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on March 1, 2011
I have two versions of this tower. The smaller one that holds 28 as well as the larger version that holds 65.

The smaller version I leaned against my desk at an angle, and it has always worked great. Really loved it. It fit DVD/Bluray cases just fine as well as my PS3 games (which are similar cases anyway). It also included a couple double-sized slots toward the bottom for special editions DVD/Bluray cases and what not.

The 65 slot tower is two pieces that plug into on another, then plug onto a little foot stand (unless you wall mount it - which there are holes and brackets for). The biggest problem with this is that it's a little unstable when not on a hard surface, especially when it's partially loaded.

Typically with these things you load from top to bottom (naturally, since it's easier to reach the things on top). But when you add weight up top it just makes instability worse. Granted, if you actually have 60+ DVD's and you load them starting from the bottom, it is probably fine cause there is enough weight at that point. But if you have only 30 or so like I do (just enough to step up from the 28 slot one, which now just holds my PS3 games), then it's hard to use. So right now I am just using the lower half plugged into the feet, since it's a two section tower, and it's working fine.

The other thing I miss on the 65 slot one is the extra-large slots for the special edition DVD's. This was a nice touch on the 28 slot one that is missing on the 65-slot one.

In any case, It's a great, sleek design that works rather well. It's a bit expensive for what it is (a hunk of metal) but I knew that going in so I'm not going to fault it for that. I took off 1 star because of the instability issue.

So, if you are wall mounting, no problem. Great stand.
If you have hard floors, no problem. Great stand.
If you have carpet, just be aware of the issues, but it still works.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on August 9, 2011
The price and DVD storage capability of this product grabbed my attention and led to my eventual purchase. Upon un-boxing it, however, I grew a bit nervous. One of the holes which attaches the top and bottom sections of the rack snapped off before I assembled it and some of the shelves were bent. Though the shelves could be easily bent back into shape, I was immediately skeptical about the reliability of a product that was already falling apart. Not wanting to deal with the headache of returning the tower and having to find a new one, I figured I'd give it a chance. Without DVDs it appeared to hold its own, but when I filled it up I noticed the tower began wobbling to the point where I was concerned that it might fall. I eventually pinned the top of the tower to my wall which significantly reduced the tower's freedom of movement and significantly increased my faith in using this tower for DVD storage.

If you are looking for a freestanding DVD tower, I'd try your luck with a different product. If you're okay screwing it directly into the wall (preferably both top and bottom), then this is a great tower for the price.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on July 31, 2010
I have purchased 8 of these so far and will need more soon. I mounted them on the wall side-by-side in my media room and I think they look great(see my photos). They are built well and when full of dvds you really can't even see the rack. I plan to purchae more as needed. Very pleased!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on January 20, 2008
I'd recommend mounting it to a wall because it might be a little unstable freestanding. For the price and for what I needed done it was a perfect buy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 27, 2010
I needed a DVD game storage holder that wasn't a huge tower. I found these and they fit my desk like a glove. The DVD cases slipped right in there with no hassle, though they can get jostled a bit because the actual holders have some extra space on both sides. If you're a neat freak, you'll want to center all your cases by hand or move them to either side, left or right. The stand, surprisingly, worked well with the smaller PS3 Blu-ray cases. Also, I bought four of these thinking I would use all four, but only ended up using two. I did actually get to try the other two and one of them felt a little wobbly with DVDs placed in them. It's a minor gripe, but just in case, make sure you put these stands on a flat surface.

The wire frame is nice and displays my PC, PS3, and Wii games with gusto. It makes the holder sometimes seem non-existent. So kudos for that.

Overall, I'm pretty happy with the purchase and check out the pictures I put up too, to see the stands doing their thing, standing, and displaying your cases prominently.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 2, 2010
I read the reviews and knew to expect this tower to be unstable and it was. After loading it up, the top section leaned really far forward because the pegs that connect the top to the bottom are short and a loose fit. The easy fix to stabalize it is to zip tie the top section to the bottom section. Now it stands up straight as it should and gets a lot of DVDs picked up and organized in the corner of the living room. The kids seem to like being able to easily pick out their favorite movies to watch now.
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