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Atlantic 38435617 Oskar 1080 CD, Espresso Media Storage (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Adjustable and Removable Shelves for Better Media Organization
  • Durable Frame with High Capacity to Meet All Media Storage Needs
  • Wide Base Provides Stability for Your Collection
  • Elegant Wood Finish
  • Optimized to Store Blu-Rays
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Atlantic
  • Model: 38435418
  • Width: 40 inches
  • Height: 71 inches
  • Warranty: 1 year
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33.2 x 14 x 7.2 inches ; 71 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 83.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000S1CS3S
  • Item model number: 38435418
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,113 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 31, 2007

Product Description

Oskar Media Storage

Customer Reviews

This cabinet really looks GOOD when you're done.
Timothy B. Riley
The issue I had was you have to depend on locking screw only to attach the bottom where as the top you had additional screws also to hold it together.
Randall D. Lind
It holds my entire collection with great room to grow.
T. Reed

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Timothy B. Riley HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 16, 2009
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I had out-grown my old media shelves as they were designed to hold about 200 DVDs and I have over 300 plus many season-sets (like the Sopranos, OZ, West Wing, etc.) so I needed something bigger. I also wanted a cabinet that looked pretty nice. I keep it in a study and I didn't want it to look like something in a dorm room, yet I didn't want to spend the kind of money required for a really nice piece of furniture made from solid wood. This Atlantic cabinet really fit the bill.

I too encountered some assembly issues which would have been prevented had the instructions been better written. Still, I got it done by myself in a couple of hours with very few swear-words being uttered. Yes, this is made of pressed wood and it comes from China but for the cost I couldn't find anything better.

This cabinet really looks GOOD when you're done. I spaced my shelves out a little vertically so that my collection is easy to get to instead of having the shelves practically setting on top of the DVDs below them. This gave me the option to spread out some smaller openings for knick-knacks and photos (you can see my set-up under "customer images"). I think that this adds to it's looks and appears more "grown-up" than having them all crowded together. It comes with plenty of shelves and they are easy to move in case my needs change. So far this has been perfect for me, I just wish that the instructions were better written.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Eyegor VINE VOICE on October 16, 2009
Although I like attractive, well-made furniture, I don't like paying the high price they demand.

This DVD shelf works but is what you'd expect from mass-produced pressboard shipped in a flat-pack.

As others have noted, this comes in quite a few pieces. The finish is some sort of plastic coating over pressboard (essentially sawdust and glue formed into boards).

I noticed that a few of the shelf pieces had missing finish on one side and one was an inch too short. Thankfully, you won't need all of the shelves unless you're planning on storing CDs.

Assembly was complicated by a few things: The locking mechanisms that held the top and bottom halves were difficult to get locked properly and they failed completely when the unit was placed on its face in order to attach the back. I ended up using wood glue on the alignment dowels and clamping it together overnight.

Since the back gives the unit all of its lateral strength and more or less locks the entire unit to whatever alignment it has at the moment of installation, I had my wife hold it in a vertical position and hold a carpenters level while I got the first few brads installed.

Once it was assembled, it was pretty simple to install the shelves and load the DVDs into it. Since the unit isn't especially strong, I *highly* recommend not trying to move it once it's loaded.

I also highly recommend using the included retaining clips that will attach it to the wall. It may save you from tipping mishaps in the future.

I'd probably pick a more substantially made unit if given a do-over, but this shelf does work.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mikey on February 23, 2010
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This has been by far the best $120 I have spent. I have been looking for a bookshelf/media storage shelf for at least 6 months, looking at dozens of online retailers such as eBay, Staples, and Amazon. I have finally caved in on this particular shelf, and it's been the best thing I have purchased online!

First, the package was a little heavy and was kinda hard to put it upstairs by myself(I'm 17 years old btw :D). I was really excited though haha. :D The setup was extremely easy. Did it by myself - only took an hour! I'll tell you step by step what I did to set it up so you can get an idea.

The first step in the procedure would be to carefully take out ALL boards from the package and separate each board. Next step would be to find the middle board(all boards have a letter on them to easily identify which board is which). Then, you screw in 4 boards into the middle shelf on each side. Wasn't too hard, but took time to screw. Just remember that you aren't screwing the boards on BACKWARDS. After, would be the top end and the bottom end of the bookshelf. And guess what? You're close to finish! Rest of the steps is EASY.

The longest part would be hammering the nails for the backboard. The backboard isn't too thin, and isn't too heavy either. :) Just be sure to hammer ALL the nails so when you put some of your DVD's/games/CDs on the shelf, it doesn't push the nail back(as one review said). Oh, and remember to make sure to use a flat surface with the bottom end of the shelf sticking out. That way, it doesn't snap in half as another reviewer said. I used my bed which worked perfectly. :) The nails weren't too hard to hammer, so just be careful and diligent.

Well, I hope this review helps as it is my first! I hope this review helps in your thoughts of buying this product. I highly recommend it!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 31, 2010
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Trivial assembly. Extremely low quality materials. Be sure to BOLT it to the wall, else it will fall over under load.
Expensive for what it is, but for the storage volume and once fixed to the wall it works just fine. I bought two and screwed them together and to the wall to make sure they were stable. To call them furniture is a stretch.
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