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About the product
- Supports 37 inch flat panel TV up to 80 lbs.
- Lower accessory and console shelves support 65 lbs.
- Holds 3 consoles, 4 controllers, 12 games and headphone
- Steel rod construction with adjustable non-maring feet
- Minimal assembly
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From the manufacturer
Shown with black steel rods. Available in red.
- Stores Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, Wii and Wii U consoles
- Stores 4 controllers
- Stores 2 Guitar Hero or RockBand guitars
- Stores 12 video games
- Second shelf for accessories
Black Centipede Game Storage and 37 inch TV Stand
Supports TVs up to 80 pounds
Now that you have several video game consoles, games and accessories, it would be nice to have a way to use, store and organize everything. The Centipede is the ideal solution and it sports a small footprint. It supports all the latest games, consoles, guitars and accessories.
Atlantic uses heavy gauge anodized steel to ensure that your flat screen TV will be securely supported. Assembly is easy. See our assembly video for more details.
Game Room Storage
Having friends and family over for game night will never be the same with the sleek, hi-tech Centipede. Whether you have a separate game room or not, the small footprint let's you decide which room is the best location. Keep all of your video game equipment in one place where it is easy to use. Parents of young gamers or teenagers will appreciate organizing the clutter, while still affording easy access to video game play. This easy to assemble TV stand and game storage solution will provide years of enjoyment and use.
- Supports up to a 37 inch Flat Screen TV up to 80 pounds.
- Store 3 consoles, 4 controllers, 12 games and 2 guitars/headphones.
- Accessory storage shelf.
- Four adjustable leveling feet for added stability.
- Carbon fiber pattern on TV stand shelf.
- Steel rod construction with X brace.
- Minor assembly required.
- Model Number: 45535800.
- UPC Code: 031742358005.
- Max TV Screen Size: 37 inches.
- Max TV Weight: 80 pounds.
- Max Console Shelf Weight: 32.5 pounds.
- Max Second Shelf Weight: 32.5 pounds.
Customer Service Based in the United States
Our Customer Service team, based right here in the U.S.A. works hard to provide support for our diverse assortment of products. For more than 30 years, California based Atlantic, Inc., continues to be one of the World's largest suppliers of Organizational Storage Solutions and Electronic Accessories. We receive calls every day with various questions about our products and we apply our best possible efforts to deliver the best possible solution for your purchase. We are here to help.
|Red Centipede||Black Centipede||Gaming Desk|
|Max TV Screen Size||37 inches||37 inches||27 inches|
|Max TV Weight||80 lbs||80 lbs||40 lbs|
|Games/Controllers Held||12 games, 4 controllers||12 games, 4 controllers||5 games, 2 controllers|
|Guitars/Heaphones Held||2 guitars or headphones||2 guitars or headphones||1 headphone|
|Speakers Held||-||-||2 speakers|
|4 Leveling Feet||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Power Strip Basket||No||No||Yes|
|Steel Rod Construction||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Organizes & Stores Video Game Systems; Fits Up To 37" Flat Panel TV With Up 80 Lbs; Holds Game Consoles, 4 Controllers, Games & Accessories; Durable & Strong Double Wire Construction; Space-Efficient Design; Broad Feet For Stability; Lower Shelves Support Up To 5 Lbs
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Pros: arrived in perfect shape, holds various systems (depending on how creative you want to be), holds various accessories and some of the holders adjust to different areas depending on where you want them. sturdy base and the feet are adjustable (limited adjustments)
Cons: the metal braces/brackets that cross behind the systems didn't fully line up without some fiddling, but overall it wasn't tough to put together. Would suggest leaving all the screws for any metal parts (attached to the shelving etc) loose until you have everything lined up and then tighten it all up.
It's more stable than it looks, too. I have a 37" tv on it, in the busiest part of the house, and I'm not the slightest bit worried about it being knocked down.
When my little gamer minion/child gets old enough to have a system of his own, I'll be buying another one of these to put in his room.
I will be purchasing a few more for my kids.