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Prepac Black 4-Sided Large Spinning Media (DVD,CD,Games) Storage Tower

by Prepac
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Black
  • Adjustable shelves
  • Constructed from high quality laminated composite woods
  • Assembly Required
  • Dimensions: 18.75"W x 65"H x 18.75"D
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 18.8 x 65 inches ; 109 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 110 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001KW0B7Y
  • Item model number: BMS-1060
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,349 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 15, 2004
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Product Description

Color: Black

For serious or commercial collectors with limited space, this spinner holds more than 1000 CDs in just over one square foot of floor space. A versatile unit, it spins effortlessly to allow access to your collection from all four sides. Fully adjustable shelves can be set to any position to accommodate your collection. Horizontal storage allows for easy sorting, filing and re-filing of your collection as it grows.

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Customer Reviews

It holds plenty of cds and dvds.
AverageDude
It was fairly easy to put together as long as you follow the step-by-step directions.
Jazzmonkie
For the capacity it holds, it takes up very little space.
Mochi26

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139 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Shortey Girley on April 4, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This media stand has incredible storage capacity without hogging an entire wall of your room. It's a quality product, made of sturdy wood that I'm confident will have no issues supporting a media collection, books, or any other odds and ends you may choose to put on the shelves.

It takes up about as much space as a 5-foot-tall person would if you put a box around them and is suprisingly easy to assemble: there are a total of 12 pieces, not including screws, and all you need is a philips screwdriver and a hammer (hammer use is minimal, and mindless). Once it's assembled, it's relatively easy to lift (the boxes it comes in are HEAVY - one is 70 lbs; the second is smaller, but awkward to lift). The pieces are nicely labeled as being part of Box A or Box B, and are so easy to identify that there's no risk that you'll mistake one component for another.

As someone else mentioned, be ready to spend some time cleaning off the sawdust that coats the packaging - it took me more time to clean off the assembled unit and shelves than it did to put it together.

Storage capacity (MAX):
- 26 CDs per shelf; max of 10 shelves per side (so if you wanted to fill all 4 sides with CDs, you could fit 26 x 10 x 4 = 1,040 CDs)
- 18 DVDs per shelf; max of 7 shelves per side (so if you wanted to fill all 4 sides with DVDs, you could fit 18 x 7 x 4 = 504 DVDs)
- 22 Blu-rays per shelf; max of 8 shelves per side (so if you wanted to fill all 4 sides with Blu-rays, you could fit 22 x 8 x 4 = 704 Blu-rays)
Note: The above numbers assume that you're using basic CDs, DVDs, and Blu-rays (no box sets, etc.). Keep this in mind when figuring out whether or not this will be large enough to hold you current (and future) collection.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Aficianado, on September 13, 2012
Color Name: Black
I was preparing to purchase a wall CD storage unit when I came across this revolving one. I feel very fortunate that I did so because the wall unit I was about to purchase took up about 6-7 feet of wall space for about 1000 CD's. By contrast, this unit makes CONSIDERABLY more efficient use of available space, occupying only 18 inches of wall space but with only a slightly deeper footprint than the wall unit.

The unit is very attractive, with an appearance of real wood even though it is made of composite particle board. Some may have a problem with the fact that it is particle board but as long as you know both its advantages and disadvantages, it can provide a durable, long lasting, efficient and attractive storage. I have particle board bookcases which have lasted decades without problems.

First of all, the PROS of particle board are:

- Attractive Real Wood Appearance

- Durable and Long Lasting if Used Properly

- Cost Effective - Much Less Expensive Than Real Wood

- Can Be Disassembled and Easily Packaged in Smaller Units For Shipping Compared to Real Wood Which Usually Cannot Be.

CONS are:

- Usually is Extremely Heavy, Much More So Than Wood. For This Reason it is Often Difficult if Not Impossible to Move Once Assembled.

- Particle Board Materials Can Be Easily Damaged if Not Handled Properly. Screws Which Anchor in the Wood Can Easily be Pulled Free if Wrong Type of Pressure is Applied.

The unit is shipped in two boxes, with the longer side panels in one box and the shorter shelves, base unit, tops/bottoms and hardware are shipped in a smaller box. Each box is QUITE heavy and the longer box really requires two people to handle it properly if you need to move it some distance.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Feelah the tigress on September 7, 2012
Color Name: Espresso Verified Purchase
I recently ran into a problem where I was desperately running out of space on my old media rack. Too many video games, I suppose. At first I was thinking about getting a massive bookshelf of some kind, and I researched a ton of those, but the ones that could hold a lot of stuff were all quite large (obviously). I was put off of the idea since I don't have a lot of space in my apartment. That's when I stumbled onto the idea of a spinning media rack. This is probably the ABSOLUTE BEST choice when it comes to efficient storage of media. I decided to go for broke and get a really big one so that I could get maximum value.

I decided on the espresso colored one because I wanted something that matched my pre-existing furniture and looked at least somewhat like real wood. I really don't care for the matte black stuff because it just reminds me of cheap and fake furniture. Thankfully, I wasn't disappointed; it looks quite nice fully assembled (see my customer pictures). I was trying to match this to a computer armoire in "antique black" paint, and it's not quite that dark, but the brown blends well enough with the dark brown of the armoire that I'm pretty pleased with it.

I was pretty lucky in that my unit came completely undamaged. It took 3 hours to assemble fully, which isn't too bad. What is kind of bad are the instructions. They are a bit confusing in parts as they skip a few steps. If you aren't spatially-minded you might find it difficult to assemble this thing. My only advice is to keep in mind the function of the unit and the fully assembled form. You should be able to figure it out so long as you take your time and think critically about it. The thing that'll take the longest amount of time is simply putting in all the pegs for the adjustable shelves.
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