This multimedia storage cabinet's 7 sectioned, fixed shelves let you store and display up to 609 CDs or 420 DVDs, making it easy to store a large media collection. The wide base and wall anchor kit provide reliable stability.
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Great case if you need large capacity on a budget.
Posted by: EbenezerStooge from: Tustin, California on
This unit is not the greatest thing ever, but it is not horrible. I paid $79 out the door (I used a coupon). This thing almost holds my entire collection, I have about 500 DVD/Blu-ray movies. Assembly took about 45 minutes. I actually like the fact the movies hang off the shelf. It makes it easier to pull them off compared to other units I have owned.
It seemed sturdy enough after putting it together. For those complaining about how sturdy it is, I don't know what you expect for $80. You would need to get into the $200-$300 range before you would be able to purchase anything made of solid wood. And it still would not have the capacity of this unit.
As long as you make sure to follow the instructions, and make sure everything is lined up perfectly, then it will hold everything just fine. I don't see this lasting through a move, unless you move it separatelty. Keep that in mind when you purchase.
For $80 it was an awesome deal, and I am very happy with the price, capacity, and appearance. Could it be sturdier...yes. However, is it were sturdier it definitely would have been much more expensive.
9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Nice but over priced
Posted by: skeeter99 from: Texas on
The package arrived and the complete unit was assembled in about 1 hour. Easy to assemble, Nice finish. Materials are a little cheap for the price. If You are handy with woodworking tools, get a 1/2" and a 1/4" sheet of ASH or oak and make it yourself for a lot less.
15 out of 15 found this review helpful.
great media storage, very compact
Posted by: knightwolf from: Mill City, OR on
first of all this is a media storage not a bookcase. that being said, it does just what is says. I have to say I love my movies, I have over 1300 movies on 4 different formats (VHS, DVD, HD-DVD, & Blu-Ray)on 3 of theese (about to get another) and the adjustable shelves that this media storage has makes the adjust to the different sizes easy, and they give plenty of shelves (only problem i have is storing the extra shelves.)
because of the sizes and material, it is a bit flimsy when first put together. However, when you put it up against the wall and add the media its more than adequite.
11 out of 12 found this review helpful.
love it love it love it
Posted by: ratgirl from: st. louis, mo on
This is the second one we've bought we also own the one bigger than this. If you take your time and pay attention to the instructions assembly is a breeze. I have had no broken pieces both times and have had no problems with lack of stability. I would highly reccomend it.
10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Oceanboy from: NY, NY on
this product offers tons of storage and high style at a great price. There are some thin parts, but I was careful not to break any during the assembly. Once assembled, I was very pleased with the overall rigidness of the unit. I also used the included wall anchor to make sure it stayed in place. I really love the carbon fibre look back with the black sides! Very High Tech!
Read the instructions and take your time putting this together.You will be rewarded with an awesome media storage unit that really looks great and holds everything. I love it!
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
A Great Shelf
Posted by: CJordan from: Shawnee, OK on
I really love this shelf. I've had it a little more than a year and I'm getting ready to buy another one. This is the largest capacity media storage unit I found even remotely in my price range. It holds a ton of movies, games and cd's and it looks good doing it. The pieces feel pretty flimsy when it comes out of the box, but once it's been assembled it's a sturdy enough unit. I love that it anchors to the wall because I have a 4 year old who could easily pull a shelf down on himself. As long as you take your time and put it together carefully, I'd definitely recommend it to a friend.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Jasonsfolks from: Levittown on
Was debating on buying it because of all the negative reviews.
Went to about a dozen furniture stores, and other office stores and could not find anything like this.
Took about 1 hr to put together. Instructions were fine. If I could put it together in 1 hr it's easy as I never can follow instructions. It was 11 short steps to assemble it. It's not real wood but its not horrible either. I really like the black & grey tone. Holds my wife's entire horror collection and all of my stuffed monsters (See pic). It's not a bookcase so it does not need to be heavy wood. Its perfect for DVDs and CDs. Sturdy when you affix it to the wall. No issues with it. For $70 it's perfect.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Norcal831 from: on
I went against my good judgement and didn't listen to the reviews I read. This product had promise until I was assembling it. It's assembled in two pieces which isn't a problem except it's cheap particleboard and it breaks really easy. I thought Bestbuy would carry better quality products that reflect what kind of products they sell. This piece is cheaper than Walmart furniture. Do yourself a favor and avoid this product.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Posted by: xcelerate999 from: Shakopee, MN on
On my quest to search for an updated look for storage, I was pleased to find this product. It wasn't until i got home and started to assmeble it is when i slowly began to regret my purchase. The assembly was quick, the look was nice but very cheaply built. The wood peices are to flimsly and after i placed all my music and movies on it. Literally the unit looked like it was going to colapse on its self or tip over. The wall anchors are a must. Even with the anchors i still would not trust the unit. The design is nice it just needs to be a little stronger before I would reccommend the unit.
9 out of 11 found this review helpful.
This can work if you have some woodworking skills.
Posted by: DarkMatterVirus from: Dallas, Texas on
Well there weren't very many options for a cabinet that holds 400+ DVDs for under $150. There were some other, more expensive cabinets that I preferred which had better customer ratings, but all of them were online only. And for reasons unknown, none of these could be shipped to a best buy location. The only option is to have it shipped to your home and pay 40-60 dollars for shipping. That defeats the purpose for me so I settled on this Atlantic Elitel, despite the bad reviews.
Assembly took about an hour and some parts of it required 2 people. Putting this together went better than I expected. There was only one holdup about halfway through the process: 2 screw holes were not drilled correctly. The screws could not be tightened, so I redrilled the holes and used some longer screws. I also damaged a screw hole myself just from lifting this thing against the wall. Very cheap product.
Finally, with this thing fully assembled, it can still be flimsy, so you must be very careful with it. And you should definitely use the wall anchor kit, because if this thing fell over, you would have several holes to redrill at the least.