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Sauder Deco Panel TV Stand, Black
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- Accommodates up to a 42" TV weighing 70 lbs. or less
- Safety-tempered glass top and shelves
- Steel frame construction for durability
- Back panel features cut-outs for easy cord access
- Floor levelers adjust to uneven surfaces
- Holds TVs weighing 70 pounds or less, base must be no larger than 39.50 Inch
- Back panel features cutouts for easy cord access
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|Color||Black/Black Glass||Black||Black||Espresso||Black||Dark Brown|
|Item Dimensions||41.93 x 20.28 x 22.05 in||41 x 21.5 x 52.5 in||42 x 15.75 x 21.63 in||13.4 x 47.25 x 15.9 in||47.2 x 15.75 x 20.5 in||15.7 x 45.2 x 17.7 in|
|Item Weight||46.8 lbs||—||30 lbs||17.6 lbs||55 lbs||32 lbs|
|Material Type||Black Steel / Safetytempered Glass||Glass||16 Mm Particle Board, Wood Grain Melamine Veneer, 29 Mm Stainless Steel Clad Poles||Wood||Wood||MDF, Steel, Glass|
Add a modern touch to your home with this panel TV stand from the Sauder Select collection. It accommodates up to a 42" TV so you can binge watch and movie marathon all day and all night. It features a safety-tempered glass top and shelves for storage and display, floor levelers to adjust to uneven surfaces, and it's constructed from steel for added durability. Finished in black along with black glass surfaces, this sleek stand will be an entertaining complement to any room.
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If you are like me, then you sometimes debate internally over different models and designs when making a purchase like this. That is why I mentioned seeing the other one at the store. I looked at it about ten times. I came to the conclusion that I made the right choice with this stand and still feel that way. Even though the other one had its merits too. Also, I am familiar with Sauder products and sold them when working in a retail audio video store many years ago. They have always provided 'bang for the buck'. Especially this one since it's all glass and metal.
Putting it together is not bad once you get the first piece laid down in the proper position, That's probably the hardest part.
In conclusion, this is a very well made stand, sturdy, and it has a great look. Plenty of room for numerous components. You could probably fit eight to ten components on it all in all ( cable box, Blu-ray/DVD player, game console etc.), if you do some stacking (no more than two high). We just have a 40" led on it now, but it could hold a much larger TV. I'd buy it again.
So the actual product is great. Looks very modern, is very sturdy, haven't had any problems to date (~1 month later). However, the assembly instructions suck. They mention parts by letter, but none of the parts in the box actually have letters on them, so you're left to try to figure that out on your own by comparing pieces to their pictures. That doesn't work very well when the only difference between some pieces is a single hole that appears as a (not even kidding) < 1 mm dot on the assembly picture. Some tips to make assembly easier:
1.) Before you start assembling things, go through and try to figure out which letter belongs to which piece, and label everything yourself. Pay extra attention to the number of holes in rods, the placement of those holes along the rod length, etc. Trust me, it will save you the headache of screwing the wrong rod in place at least once.
2.) The "Rear Panel" (sheet of metal with two holes shaped like eyes in it) has an up and a down that isn't mentioned in the instructions. Make sure the panel's metal tab that sticks out perpendicular to the panel is at the top, and that the end with 3 screw holes is on the bottom.
3.) Pay attention to the position of the screw holes on the bars when attaching the bars to the support legs. The bars tend to turn when you tighten the screws, and then the holes aren't facing upwards like they're supposed to be.
4.) The glass shelves appear to have a top and bottom that (again) isn't mentioned in the instructions. There is a subtle difference in the finish of the glass on each side. One side appears more opaque while the other is more like a mirror. AFAICT the opaque side goes down.
Anyway, once you get past the assembly you shouldn't have to worry about the product again, it's quite nice :) But for the love of god, if you move and disassemble it, label the pieces again to make reassembling it easier.