Crosley AC1004A-NA Record Storage Crate Holds up to 75 Albums, Natural
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- Integrated carry handles
- Holds between 40 - 75 albums
- Finished in solid wood
- Fire-branded with the iconic Crosley logo
- Dimensions: 13.75" (W) x 12.25" (H) x 18" (D)
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Go Crate Digging Through Your Own Collection
Multiple Color Options
Match any type of décor with our vibrant colors or original woodgrain.
Holds Between 40-75 Albums
Plenty of room to fill with your precious LPs.
Finished in Solid Wood
The solid wood crate is available in a variety of options to amplify your style.
Don't Blend In.
We get our moniker from Powell Crosley, a pretty radical guy from the 1920s who knew music was for the people and created a radio for everyone. In keeping with his tradition and entrepreneurial spirit, we decided the vinyl experience was also for everyone. Our first turntable was released in 1992, when CDs were still king. Naturally, everyone thought we were nuts. But now, after over 30 years of bringing stylish music to the people, we’re one of the biggest manufacturers and trendsetters of the new-millennium Vinyl Resurgence.
Amplify Your Style.
This is our mantra. Expression is a part of everything we do, not bound by time or age. From art to clothing to spaces, even the things we share on the internet are all part of our worldview. Why should music be any different? Colorful and fun, sleek and modern, funky and eclectic: there’s a Crosley for everyone.
Be Seen. Be Heard.
Crosley is stepping up to a new stage. We’re listening to music, to the world, and we’re listening to you. Taking cues from awesome feedback from music lovers everywhere, Crosley is taking on the future with a heart of adventure. With the evolution of the C-series, we’ve turned a new side, and the needle’s ready to drop. Tune in with us, it’s going to be a wild ride.
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|Dimensions (WxHxD)||13.75" x 12.25" x 18"||13.75" x 9.5" x 18"||13.75" x 9.5" x 18"||12.88" x 13. 63" x 14"||12.88" x 13. 63" x 14"|
|Finish Options||Natural||Acorn, Black, Mahogany, Red, Sage, Tourmaline, White||Yellow Submarine, The Beatles Apple, Sgt. Peppers||Natural||Abby Road|
With the Crosley record crate you have the peace of mind knowing that your vinyl records are organized, safe and secure in a cool retro storage crate. Crafted to blend right in at a classic record shop, this crate is not only functional but spews vintage appeal. No record is left behind, with the ability to store between 40 - 75 records in this crate. Stop stacking those records, and assure the safety of your vinyl with the Crosley record crate. Some assembly required.
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If you want a high quality record storage option, find a local woodworker to build something to your specifications. If you're looking for cheap and fast, this little storage crate will work.
You open the box and I swear you need to step on the box to get the wood out. Every single wood piece is covered in plastic and tape, and then another piece of plastic is around that piece of wood and the one next to it, and then yet another piece of plastic and so on and so forth plastic tape etc until it's all one tight unit, at which point yet another piece of plastic is wrapped around it, given cardboard endcaps and foam runners on the side, which are then also taped. It must take the manufacturer 20 minutes to wrap this thing and it'll take you just about the same to unwrap it.
No other complaints. Just ye gods what an irritating out-of-box experience. It's a wooden record crate. It doesn't need to be in mint condition (and also, it isn't anyway, there's a couple of small scratches and blemishes on mine; it adds to the character.
Things I don’t like about this include:
1. The open slats on the sides make it easy for records to hit them in the way down when being stored. For now I have lined the side with some paste board so things go in smoothly and don’t damage them.
2. The wood is rather light and easily damaged. Some of the layering is actually peeling and I’ll need to try and repair with some wood glue.
3. The quality of the screws are lacking. One or two had the heads filled in, making them unusable.
4. The product is a bit overpriced for the quality. Probably more suitable in the $10 or less range.
Cons- very cheap wood. I gave it two stars simply because it went together without breaking, but long term I dont see it standing up to any use. Had I known it was going to be such cheap material I would have never bought it. I just got it but I don't expect it to last too long before a child, or dog bumps into it and breaks one of the sides. Not so bad that I'll return it. But i also wont purchase another or recommend it to anyone. When i put it together there are notches where the screws join into the next part of the wood so they are supposed to go there. I did this and, as you can see from the pictures, it doesnt form a perfect angle on the sides. That may just be me being anal, but it does annoy me. Lastly I got the natural wood look. Because of that there is no paint applied and since it is lower quality wood, you can see the layers between them which also annoys me.
Bottom line- I wouldn't order it again. For the $25.00 or so that I paid I could have bought much higher quality wood and assembled it myself. I definitely wouldn't order it if you are wanting something that is going to last long term.
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Flat pack design with screws half an inch too short! Not well finished with splinters of wood hanging off. Much better to pay the few quid extra and get a flight case I think. American engineering at it's worst and made in China.
Only good thing is that it actually fit about 80 records.
I use it, in fact I have a couple of them. But if I could find a comparable product at a more reasonable price I would use that instead. Paying almost $50 with tax for 10 pieces of wood seems steep.
Nearly $50 for 10 pieces
I do agree, though, that it's overpriced for what it is. Very thin strips of plywood and some solid blocks framing the ends. I have about 40 records in it now, and I can pick it up without too much fear, but I wouldn't want to carry it very far - the bottom boards would probably pop. Take ten bucks off the price, and that'd be about right.
Visually, this is not bad, but in the end, this is rather cheap than vintage. The poor quality of the pieces of wood makes it long and uncomfortable to assemble them. It is also not ideal for transporting discs because the structure is not very solid.
Fits my vinyls perfectly and I can now start my collection with a place to hold them
However, for the value it shouldve been at least 30$ cause you're just paying for plank of wood.
Bright side, you can paint it if you wanna add some flare to it!