FURINNO Efficient Home Laptop Notebook Computer Desk, Square Side Shelves, Light Cherry/Black
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- Simple stylish design yet Functional and suitable for any room that has limited space for a computer
- Material: manufactured from engineered Particle Board. Pvc tubes.
- Fits in your space, fits on your budget. Features CPU storage shelf, elevated shelf for a compact printer or other stationery decor.
- Sturdy on flat surface. Some assembly required. Please see instruction.
- Product Dimension: 39. 6(W)x15. 5(D)x33. 6(H) inches
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Furinno (Furniture-Innovation) introduces the new trend of RTA (Ready To Assemble) modern furniture to the consumer in the Americas, providing quality and an affordable price. Furinno has grown to be one of the world's largest RTA manufacturers, exporters and suppliers. Focused on innovation, quality and consumer cost, Furinno is a category leader in RTA home office furniture and storage.
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Furinno 11192 Efficient Home Laptop Notebook Computer Desk is designed for space saving and modern stylish look. It is great for apartments and dorms where space is limited. The shelves provide additional storage spaces for your needs. The main material - medium density composite wood is manufactured in Malaysia and compliant with CARB regulations. There is no foul smell, durable and the material is the most stable amongst the medium density composite woods. The PVC tube is made from recycled plastic and is tested for its durability. A simple attitude towards lifestyle is reflected directly on the design of Furinno Furniture, creating a trend of simply nature. Care instructions: wipe clean with clean damped cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals. Pictures are for illustration purpose. All decor items are not included in this offer.
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|Color||Light Cherry/Black||Espresso/Black||Espresso||Espresso||Espresso||Light Cherry/Black|
|Item Dimensions||15.6 x 39.6 x 33.6 inches||39.2 x 15.6 x 33.6 inches||15.5 x 31.5 x 29.8 inches||17.9 x 31.6 x 35.5 inches||15.55 x 38.39 x 28.46 inches||15.75 x 31.5 x 28.75 inches|
|Item Weight||24.50 lbs||20.00 lbs||16.30 lbs||25.00 lbs||30.36 lbs||22.00 lbs|
|Material||Engineered Wood||Engineered Wood||Engineered Wood||Engineered Wood||Engineered Wood||Engineered Wood|
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This is NOT a product to be all gung-ho in assembling. Make some tea/coffee/other beverage, relax, put on some music, and enjoy the journey of assembly, while getting to know the new addition to your flat.
Things to consider -
1 - Not Tiffany quality, but if put together with some extra love, it will last awhile.
2 - Gorilla Glue, wood glue version. This is optional, but recommended. GLUE EVERYTHING! From the screws to the joints NOTE - this will render your product moot for return and disassembly. But, it will be sturdier to some degree since this is particle board.
3 - Cats. If you have them, either put them away while you assemble or accept that they will want to 'help'. Be aware there are tiny things they might eat or play with and lose, and it comes with styrofoam (which I don't understand why they still use - it's just harmful to everything)
4 - Surfaces. This scratches easily and I have cement floors. Put a towel down or do this on carpet to avoid scratches. Make sure whatever you decide, it's as level/flat as possible.
5 - Power Drill. Be seriously carefull with this. Use one, yes, but short, light, bursts, as this is particle board and will rip apart easily.
6 - Cleaning. Soft towel and Windex or other light cleaner works well. Don't be aggressive as it scratches easily.
The instructions are... ok. Do a mock run before final assembly, especially if you opt to use glue. When gluing joints and whatnot, have a heavy object near to place on top while you allow the glue to dry a bit before continuing. The pieces are marked with LETTERS in RED, however, kind of hard to read. But at least they are there. Also which direction they go can also be kind of vague. Some of the diagrams are not accurate. I have included a photo one. The LARGER rods go on the btm and the SMALLER ones on top. The TOP caps you kind of have to just keep turning, even when flat to the shelf, until it can't turn any further.
If you opt to use glue - wait a few hours before using it to make sure the glue has dried/sealed.
This desk can ONLY be assembled in one direction - shelves only on the one side. I purchased two and am just going to turn the other one around - or you can be reckless and free and drill new holes, going against the conformity of the directions. You Go Rockstar! (You will run the risk of destroying your new desk).
It's shallow - as in from what is deemed the front to the back. 15.5". Enough for a monitor and keyboard (there is NO keyboard pull-out shelf). But not much else. All depending on the size of keyboard/monitor you have. A standard/typical desktop hard drive will fit on the lower shelf. And JUST that - depending on its weight. Again - particle board, not quite that strong. Portable hard drives and what not are perfect for the upper shelf. Photos, nicknacks, and whatnot are perfect for the top shelf - however, if you have cats, they will just be invitations to knock off. Fair warning.
This desk is OPEN - as in there are NO extra holes for cords. Again, you can drill new ones yourself but you run the risk of destroying your desk.
It's compact - very compact. It can fit most places in a flat - like a tiny car can fit in random/odd spaces. But pretty much just a computer/laptop station. This is NOT a desk for someone who likes to spread out while they work - hence, I purchased two.
There ya go, these are just my thoughts/suggestions. It's a good desk. It works. Don't be rough with it, and it will last. Go Forth and Create!
I want this thing to last. So I loosened the purse strings a bit to buy a (small) bottle of Gorilla Glue to assist with my assembly. Any joint, any attachment, any screw got the glue. The whole thing is made of particle board and plastic with a faux wood finish. Hey, if you wanted to buy something carved from solid oak and aged and stained to perfection, look elsewhere. You're not building Rome, you're building a one-room truck stop on the way to Rome. No, this desk won't be perfect. It's a cookie-cutter kind of desk; you'll certainly get what you paid for if the little extra effort isn't invested.
30 minutes it says on the box for assembly. With my wood glue it took about 45 minutes. I applied liberally and often the wood glue. I used the power drill for the screws and a regular screwdriver to take it home. It's particle board and it will split and disintegrate with enough force, i.e. over-zealous power drilling. The hammer is used really only for the pegs on the bottom of the desk. And maybe excise a little frustration if that's your thing. The boards do have some semblance of organization as they each have respective letters stamped on them. A, B, C, etc. to help with the assembly. 45 minutes later and bam! I had a desk...with one minor issue. It wobbles. Not a whole lot but if I go full-on Beethoven-hammering-on-my-MacBook-keys then the desk may very well tip over. Hence the 4-star review and not 5.
I made some mistakes along the way. The plastic poles looked like the taller ones were on top but nay, they are on the bottom. I accidentally placed an unfinished edge or two facing towards me; an easy fix. And I may or may not have accidentally glued my hand to a board. More than once. Stop laughing. Gorilla Glue is no joke apparently. And no, there's no need to drill your own holes. Then again, you can do what you want. I'm just a review. I added my MacBook 13.3" for scale in case you can't grasp dimensions like me. Thank you for reading.
1. Very easy to construct. I did it in less than 30 minutes.
2. Looks good!
1. It's shaky. Extremely so. In fact, it's so shaky I'm concerned about my 1.5 years old son toppling it by mistake. The entire structure of the table is unsafe, and it's practically impossible to write safely on it. I would've returned it if I could, but since I already built it, I guess it's impossible to return now. I definitely would not buy again.
2. Extremely low quality. Everything looks good from the side, but when building it up you'll see that the wood is cheap and the lamination is imperfect. I don't care much about that, but you should know what the table feels like when you actually use it.
The desk came in a massive box safetly covered in hopefully what was recycled paper.
I took the box out opened it brushed off all wood pieces since it was covered in stryrofoam. I took my time read the directions and put it together in about 30 minutes. I used a hand held drill that saved me a ton of time.
Only flaw is in the directions, they don't tell you what tubes to use on the side so I wrote them down and posted a picture on how it should be put together.
Stand holds a PS4 perfectly on the top plate. My 27inch monitor doesn't fit so I have to use a monitor riser. The desk came out nice and level after assembly. Take your time and put this desk together and it will last you a long time.
It's steady too idk what everyone else is talking about
Edit: over a year later and this desk is still doing great. Updated the picture. Sturdy little desk
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