|Item Weight||125 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24 x 24 x 63 inches|
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|Item model number||2393-21BL|
|Assembled Height||63 inches|
|Assembled Width||24 inches|
|Assembled Length||24 inches|
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Venture Horizon Revolving Media Tower Grande 1600 Black
|Price:||$319.95 & FREE Shipping|
- Model 2393 Holds 1600 CDs or 756 DVDs
- Revolves 360 degrees
- Swivel plate is made of "super strong" fiber glass rated to hold 400 lbs.
- Available in black, cherry, oak and walnut
- Made in USA
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Venture Horizon Revolving Media Towers Racks, Stands and Cabinets will brighten up any room in your home. Because these towers rotate a full 360 degrees you will never have to strain your neck locating your favorite Movie, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, Video Cassette or Video Game. The incorporated Swivel plate mechanism is made of super strong fiber glass rated to hold 400 lbs. This is the equivalent weight of 2000 cds, dvds or blu-rays in their cases. They will still spin smoothly. We have 4 models from which to choose so identifying the perfect match should be easy. Nearly all the shelves on our Revolving Media Towers are adjustable so even odd sized media like Disney Tapes can be accommodated. Venture Horizon Towers are constructed from durable, stain resistant, laminated wood composites, that includes MDF. Our towers are stain resistant and easy to clean. Assembly required. Made in the USA. Media Capacity: XLarge-1600 Model 2393 Holds 1600 CDs or 756 DVDs, Large-1100 Model 2390 Holds 1160 CDs or 560 DVDs, Medium-900 Model 2380 Holds 928 CDs or 416 DVDs, Small-600 Model 2385 Holds 612 CDs or 288 DVDs.
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|Item Dimensions||24 x 24 x 63 in||19.25 x 19.25 x 63 in||18.75 x 18.75 x 65 in||16 x 16 x 56 in||19.25 x 19.25 x 50 in||15.38 x 8.25 x 34.63 in|
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I read reports from various customers before buying this unit and that was one of the criticisms. I chose to order it anyway and I have found the criticism to be valid indeed. You could improve this unit immensely by simply providing a stronger, more durable swivel which allowed the unit to swivel freely under any load. I have a similar unit which I purchased several years ago and it is far superior to this unit. It rotates freely and it is completely full of CDs.
Another problem which was brought up by customers is the overlap on the left side of every shelf which "buries" the first CD on the shelf. I found a solution to this problem by simply inserting an empty jewel box into that space, thus allowing the first legitimate CD to be clearly seen.
The faux wood is... very faux, but the color isn't horrible, and from a distance you wouldn't know, but up close you can tell it's a picture of wood finish glued to pressboard. There's a "lip" on the left panels that DVDs end up slipping behind, so the first DVD on a fully-packed shelf isn't actually terrifically accessible -- you have to pull out the second DVD in order to give it room to come out. But that's a fairly minor issue (and not an issue at all if you leave room for a DVD or two on each shelf)
The directions were simple & quick, but I did find two errors which are super easily corrected, since I was going for "DVD storage" instead of CD storage: The directions say to start by putting in a shelf in the middle, based on the "8th hole" (counting from the top) and recommends shelves on holes 2-4-6-8-10-12 for DVDs. This, however, creates two useless shelves in the middle. When I worked this out, I just refit the "starter shelf" into a different level and the tower came out with perfectly spaced shelves. The hole numbers worked out to: 2-4-7-9-11-13 to generate the 7 evenly-spaced rows as shown in the picture -- and there's no reason not to just "start" with the shelf on hole 7 or 9, and save yourself the trouble of relocating it.
I've got about 2/3rds of mine filled with my DVDs now (I must've mis-estimated my collection when I ordered it -- guess I'll have to buy more!) and it spins nicely -- although already the mass of the DVDs makes it a little slow to spin, that's probably a good thing -- there's nothing to keep DVDs from flying off the shelves if you gave it a good Wheel-of-Fortune spin!
Also, remember when you're figuring out where to put this, although the base is 24"x24", it spins! If you stick it near a wall, you need to allow some space for the unit to rotate! That space appears to work out to about 5" (24" * sqrt(2) / 2) -- so keep the base 6" from a wall and you should have no problem getting the unit to spin around without bumping a corner into your wall.
It's a slow spin that takes two hands so don't expect the roulette type of spin if you fully load it, which leads me to say I can see why others encourage the Lazy Susan. I didn't want to deal with drilling the extra holes that some reviewers said it requires so I decided to go with the one the unit came with.
It was pretty easy to assemble but we got stumped at the *B and C* part where you put the spinner on because the instructions had that part of the unit upside down and we didn't realize that until it was too late. At the point where it calls for you to deal with the B and C boards to screw the spinner on, the black side of the B board at that point will have pegs on it. The other side is a cork-like color and look. The spinner and screw goes on that side of the B board and not on the black side with the pegs. Another viewer said something that was very helpful: if you're not sure which side of the spinner to use, spin it on the cork side of the B board and if it spins effortlessly then that's the right side.
To comment on inserting the pegs, they're not bad but you will need work gloves to protect your fingers. Some of the pegs go right in while others are difficult. You get a plenty so you can just choose another peg if it doesn't go right in or try twisting the peg counterclockwise into the hole. It should then go in easy, if it doesn't then switch the peg. I did the counterclockwise twist with most and it worked smoothly but would have been a real pain had I not had work gloves to do it with.
I ordered the black unit and it looks gorgeous sitting in my room. I am thrilled to have my entire media collection in one space saving unit. For that, alone, I have to rate the final product 5 stars.
A unit like this made with the intention of holding the mass of things it advertises to hold really ought come with the better quality Lazy Susan. I wanted to take a star off because it didn't but because the assembled and fully loaded final product is so gorgeous, space saving plus as time goes by it spins a lot easier than it did after newly assembled and loaded, this unit COMMANDS 5 stars.