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Atlantic - Atlantic Inc 72" Large Media Rack in Black - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 3.9 out of 5 stars with 708 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It's a DVD shelf...what more do you want?

    Posted
    TheOldSkooler

    Okay, so I did a lot of research before buying this thing. I read every review on it on this site, and having already bought a similar item once before, I decided that if I ran into problems like some of the people say they had on their reviews, I could just return it and exchange it. So I went in, picked it up, and brought it home. I unloaded it, expecting pieces to be unorganized, or incomplete. All the hardware was separated by letters, and even had individually perforated trays. Every shelf was given a letter as well. The instructions were simple. They were easy to read and to follow. The only tool required was a screwdriver...Phillips head. I was able to unpack this thing, separate all the pieces, and put it together, all by myself, in roughly an hour. It did help that I had a power screwdriver though. So, the positives? It holds a lot of media. It's big, and fits right where I needed it to. The construction was very easy, and the instructions are simple and do what they are supposed to (tells you how to put it together). Some people question the stability of this unit. Yes, it's made of more simple materials, but they are well supported. The unit doesn't wobble at all, and only forcing it to shift made it tip back...but it's leaning against a wall anyways, so no problem. And on top of that, it comes with a wall mount. If you want something stronger, you need to pay for it...which brings me to price. Just over $100.00 after tax. I've bought many pieces of furniture similar to this, and contrary to what many say, this is actually a decent price. If you want a sturdy oak cabinet or something, They are double, even triple the price of this unit. Sometimes even more. The negatives? I only really have a couple qualms with this thing. First, yes there are a TON of screws that go on the back to hold the backing in place. Most things like this use tiny nails, this actually used little screws. It is rather monotonous and was the most time consuming part of putting the thing together, but that backing is not coming off...ever! Second, the overhang of the DVD's. I don't like this look personally, but I understand why they did it at least. It puts less space between the shelves so they can put more DVD's in a 73 x 40 space. So, I don't like it, but I understand it. But that does bring up a sub point...the shelves are shorter than any other DVD rack I've purchased, So a couple of the taller DVD box sets don't fit in the shelves, and they aren't adjustable. so, complaint 2.5? Shelf size. So, in the end....No, this is not hard to put together. If you can read, and know what end of a screwdriver to use, you can put it together by yourself. Having a second person would speed up the process, and I definitely recommend using a power screwdriver to save time. If you have a stable level floor, you will have a stable level storage unit. It's not top of the line, but if you just want an inexpensive (relatively speaking - approx. 20 cents per DVD) way to store DVD's, this is it. And if you really are concerned with the stability after assembly, mount it to the wall. This does exactly what is says it does...It stores multimedia.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Doesn't hold up to what is advertised...

    Posted
    GonzaloB

    I have to preface this by saying I am hardly an opinionated shopper. If it serves its purpose, I'm generally happy. The quality of this product is so poor that I actually searched for this product online with the specific intent of writing this review, months after the initial purchase (which I will explain below). I think where I went wrong is that I am one of the few people that actually exercises the limitations of this product. My entire DVD, CD, & video game collection fit in this piece of furniture, and with room to spare; it has an incredible amount space. Cheap building materials & poor engineering really ruined the experience. Each cubby hole is surprisingly shallow, leaving most of the DVD case hanging out. That said the foundation of the entire piece is a large, but low quality, plank of particle board. As I said earlier I actually exercised the limits of this product, and used the top shelf to house my CD's as illustrated (300+ in my collection). The weight of the jewel cases at the very tip-top, mixed with the extremely malleable particle board, made the furniture slowly warp and lean forward. Less than 6 months after the purchase I had CD's and DVD's falling everywhere. I did not find the construction of this product particularly difficult or confusing. This product held more than I expected, and I was pleased that I was able to organize my ENTIRE collection easily, which is important to me. If it would have worked out, the price would have been okay, but as it stands there is no longevity to justify the $99 asking price.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great stand, but there are different versions

    Posted
    MCS86

    I wanted to consolidate my media storage situation at our house. So, after some very careful consideration, I chose this product. I purchased one tower at my local best buy, and set it up that night. The build went surprisingly well, and I had no issues. Assembly took about an hour (most of the time being installing the back panels). The stand is great, very slick looking, and feels sturdy enough once fully assembled. One review I had previously read mentioned one of the non-adjustable shelves is tall enough only for CDs. For the stand I purchased, this shelf was in the middle of the tower. However, as I soon came to find out, not all versions of this model are the same. Let me elaborate: My media storage needs warranted a purchase of a second stand. I purchased another stand from another local best buy (closer to my work) and when I got it home and started unpacking it, I immediately noticed some differences. The wood had a different texture (my original stand had fake woodgrain in the black wood pieces, the second stand was just flat, smooth black wood), the hardware set was different, the pieces were slightly different (the shelves of the original stand were slightly thicker), and the instructions were different. Worst of all, the CD only shelf of this model was on the top shelf, while my original stand's was in the middle. If you were to put these two stands next to each other, the shelves then would not line up, which, if you are OCD like I am, this would be infuriating.Thankfully, I did not completely destroy the package and was able to put everything back nicely, and was able to exchange the tower for a new one, only to get it home to realize the third stand was the same as the second. After some investigation, the model I originally purchased had a copyright date of 2013 on the instruction manual (which I had saved), while the third tower had a copyright date of 2011 on it. Both items have the same Manufacturer model number, and the same best buy SKU. Buyer beware: if you are looking to purchase two (or more) of these towers and care about consistency, make sure the packages have the same copyright date on them (by the time I had purchased the second tower, I had already disposed of the original package, and the package of the third tower had a copyright of 2010, though I had saved the instructions of the original tower, and compared the manuals) - alternatively, you can make sure that the instructions have them same copyright date/are the same. Thankfully again, I was able to repackage this item and intend to try and find the "2013" stand at one of my local best buys to exchange.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Kind of expensive, but I love it!

    Posted
    TheGamerKitten

    Ignore the price for two minutes here and let me explain this product in detail. It is a very large piece, however, it does exactly what I want it too, which is display my vast collection of DVDs all at once. And when I say large, I mean that it is fairly wide, and REALLY tall, once assembled it stands about a foot and a half below ceiling level. (so it's about 6 feet tall) But the oddly pleasent thing about this tower is that it is surprisingly slim lined. It is definitely an eye catcher, but it comes out only about 8 inches from the wall (and that includes the slight DVD overhang). Now onto construction...... OMG this was a beast! since it is so big the construction was fairly awkward...I did it by myself in two and a half hours, but you can get it finished much easier with two people (and probably cut an hour off your time). The directions take a few minutes to digest, but once you look it over a few times it's really pretty easy to follow. All the hardware comes in a large blister package marked by letters and that was fabulously easy to follow, and it helped keep everything separate while you worked. (if you need screw R then pop out screw R and none of the other screws will fall out and get mixed up) All in all, it was more time consuming and awkward (for one person) than it was complicated. Once it was set up it did seem a little unstable, but!!! This tower is meant to sit up against the wall and it has some hardware that attaches it TO the wall so it will not tip over! So, I would say that as a stand alone piece...be careful, it will want to fall over (its over 6 feet tall!) but if you use the brackets you'll be golden. Most of all I love that I have room to grow with this tower. I have well over 300 DVDs already and the fact that it really does fit 530 DVDs really makes it a good investment. I would definitely recommend it to a friend. (It'd just be nicer if it was on sale)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent item for the price!

    Posted
    Ricardo0522

    I was very hesitant to purchase this item after reading some of the reviews. Some people said it was too fragile, too hard to put together, instructions were hard, so on and so on. Thank god I didn't listen. The storage cabinet is fantastic. I had it built in under 45 minutes by myself. The look of the cabinet is fantastic. Compared to the prices of storage cabinets out there this is a bargain. I do aknowledge that the cabinet is not made of solid material (I am able to pick the whole thing up alone after it's put together) but that's the least of my concern. All the pieces came together great and after placing the wall mounts on the side of the cabinet, it's very sturdy. It's been 2 weeks since I set it up. I have a collection of games, tv shows and blu rays and they look great in the cabinet. The only thing to look for is that the top shelve is smaller than the others (they are all fixed shelve's and can't be adjusted). To give you an idea, I placed my Nintendo DS games on the top shelve for a perfect fit. All in all this was a great purchase and I plan on getting another one once this one fills up.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Shelf.

    Posted
    JokerSnk
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    People Are On here reviewing the product that i dont think the majority of them bought. its a great shelf, granted the assembly process can be a bit on the downside of things. seems flimsy at first but once back board is on its holds pretty firm.. ATTENTION ITS NOT DESIGNED TO BE A MIDDLE OF THE ROOM SHELF IT IS A WALL HUGGER AND HAS WALL BRACKETS FOR A REASON.. The Pros: Great Durability Once Against Wall And Wall Mount Screwed In Holds A Great Amount Of Movies. Great Color-Blends With Anything. Affordable The Cons: The Very First Shelf Can Only Hold Cds Nothing Bigger Then A Cd Size Case Hassle Putting Together But Once First Part Is Up Second Is The Same. Dvds DO Stick Out A Bit. But A Movie Collector Will Know It Allows Us To Grab Them With Ease. Other Then That This Product Is Amazing And Im In love With It.. Couldn't Find One That Held Over 600 Movies With Out Paying Crazy Prices. Target Had One For $99 And Only Held 200 Movies Blahh.. Smae Price Better Quality GO GET ONE! 9.5/10 (Cause Of Put Together)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Don't count it out

    Posted
    Nbk176
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    I had initially purchased one of these units to hold the collection of music, movies, video games, and general computer software. I wasn't expecting much out of the cabinet after reading the reviews and really didn't want to waste time and money if the reviews proved to be correct. In the end, I was happy enough with the purchase to go out the following day and get another one. Below are bullets on what I found. 1. You have to be extremely careful not to over tighten the screws with the particle board. It is very easy to split the particle board. 2. The build quality varies on the units. One of the units I had didn't have the pilot holes drilled for the screws, the other one seemed to split easier than the first. 3. You do not want to use a powered screw drive to put these together. While your arms will tire out with the screwdriver, save yourself the aggravation and damage to the product with a regular screw driver. 4. I found the instructions very easy to follow. There are a few areas that may cause confusion if you aren't careful, but overall the instructions are quite good between whats written and diagrammed. When all else fails, common sense pulled me through one area (which side the single hole vs double holes went). 5. Two people are pretty much required when attaching the back panels. I had someone hold the unit upright while I screwed the panels in place. If I didn't do this, I guarantee it would have fallen over. 6. You need to secure this to a wall, otherwise it will fall. In my case, I modified the two units as I wanted them closer together than the side mounts would originally allow. Basically, I attached the units to each other with a longer screw (going through the wall mount) and placed the second mount to the top of the second unit. The outside edges are mounted at the sides like they were intended. This made the units much more stable.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Does what it says... but what a pain!

    Posted
    Warriorsjrny
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    Oka, where to start? I am a female and have put many bookshelves and cabinets and furniture together in my lifetime, so I thought this would be easy-peasy... I have never been more frustrated, among other things, with this shelving unit. The instructions were easy to follow as was the initial build/assembly. The problem I came across was the fact that the top part and the bottom part would not stay together! I was putting on the backing (holy Moses, that's a lot of screws!) and got to a certain point towards the center on the two pieces when they flew apart and one of the top shelves busted. I grumbled a bit and "secured" the two pieces together again, fixing the broken shelf as best I could. Then I started back on my journey to the top. I had less than a million screws to go (in all honesty, it was probably about 10) when the top part fell off again, this time falling on top of my head. Luckily it didn't break anything on me even though another shelf broke a little bit, and the only thing I got was a headache on top of the mental one I had from assembling this stupid thing. I wanted to throw this thing out the window, but I was too invested... and I actually need this shelving unit. With over 400 dvds and blue rays and then games from Xbox and wii, I needed something that could hold a lot. So, with that in mind, I "resecured" the two halves once again and fixed the broken shelf. I finished the backing and proceeded to pick it up to set it against the wall... which is where my loving husband thought it'd be nice to ask if I wanted any help... ummm... Lol. I screwed that baby to the wall (the shelving unit, not my husband), organized all my items the way any OCD would and called it a day! It was an awful put together and took way longer than it should have but overall it holds the amount it says... and that's the most important thing. But I don't even want to think about the idea of me moving it lol... 3 stars because it ultimately is what I needed, just wish it wasn't a literal pain to put together.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A great stand - holds a lot, but move carefully.

    Posted
    FreeRPGer
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    Love this multimedia stand, except for the smaller/shorter center shelf that seems to be the only shelf fitted for CDs (and/or knick-knacks). Odd, that it's the only “lower” shelf for CDs, when I only wanted to use it for Blu-rays & DVDs. Not the smartest design choice, but I worked around it by laying down a few seasonal box sets there that wouldn't fit standing up, and some movie décor to spice it up. I read half good, half bad reviews on this. On a positive note, I will say that this is semi-easy to put together (much easier/quicker with a screw gun), and even easier with 2 people. Moreover, I found no need to secure it to the wall with the screw mounts, as it leans snugly back against the wall, especially once the weight of your games and/or DVDs are in it. Not that flimsy at all when left standing (though I wouldn’t recommend yanking movies/games off of it too hard if they're packed in tightly). On the downside, when moving/sliding the entire shelf to where it’s going permanently, the only flimsy part of this is where the top half of the shelves connects to the bottom half -- we had to move it very, very carefully to where it’s going to stay. The two halves are only connected by wooden pegs and those horrible cam locks that you screw in (which I hoped caught when tightened on the 1st try). So, once assembled, it must be moved very carefully, as the top half feels like it wants to come loose & tumble over. I’d have given this multimedia stand 5 stars easily if not for that. Even so, it looks terrific, & holds lots of media for collectors. I recommend.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great product with a few Flaws.

    Posted
    Jaysus
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    I own 2 of these storage cabinets now and im very happy with them. You have plenty of space to work with for organizing your collection and it holds everything very well. The downside to this product is the setup for it. Building this thing can be a huge pain. You are only given the exact amount of screws and other pieces to build this thing, no extras. So if you lose a small peg or screw and you dont have any extras lying in a tool box you're gonna have a bad time. Now, even with all the tools, the wood this thing is made out of is a bit flimsy so you have to be careful while building. Id recommend a 2nd person help you towards the end because you will have 2 halves of this thing, the top and the bottom and you have to attach them and lock them. You should also drill this thing into a wall, it comes with screws and other things to let you do that, because it can be very wobbly. Again, this is a great storage cabinet, i love the look and the space it gives me but i hate building it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It works well for me

    Posted
    ThisIsNot
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    I purchased this when it was on sale, I believe it was 50% off so I only paid $50 for it. Best Buy almost always has this on sale, it's currently $75 on their website. I'm not sure if I would pay the full $100 MSRP but that's just me being cheap. I'm not quite sure why people are complaining about this. The setup was really easy. It took my wife and I about 12 minutes to have this setup and secured to the wall. The whole tower is in two parts: a bottom and top half. They were easy to line up and stack on top of one another. The backing material is broken into four sections that were extremely easy to lineup and secure. It's a textured back that looks nice, I also liked that they included screws to hold the back together with perforated holes that made everything line up. It wasn't like other backing material where you have to line it up manually and use small nails, which never work, to hold it in place. My only complaint is the top half is secured to the bottom half using those weird metal spokes that are screwed into place. Those aren't really secure and they often allow the media towers and bookshelves they are used for to bend in the middle. It also means that you can't pick up the towers/cases by the top to move them. Other than that, this is a solid media tower. I currently have over 500 Blu-ray movies in it and still have the whole bottom row before it's filled. It looks nice in my media room and stores all of my movies.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I couldn't be happier!

    Posted
    Joshua4033
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    I am extremely happy with this shelving unit. The assembly wasn't difficult but I recommend using a power screwdriver for attaching the back panels because it's done with screws rather than nails. I would also wait until last to attach the base so the unit can lay flat on the floor as it would be frustrating trying to line the panels while it's standing up. I read someone claim that the shelves eventually bowed from the weight of DVDs. I can't imagine how this would happen because the unit is very sturdy. It's true that the ends of DVDs hang slightly over the edge but I don't see how anything falls off. Even if I paid the original price of something like $125 I would still say it's a great purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Not Enough Quality for the Price

    Posted
    ReaganEsq
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    I decided to chance this one because the measurements fit an area that I had for media storage. Yes, I knew it was cheap materials (pressboard), but I had no idea how cheap. The backing material is one big problem- it would not fit well with the rest of the tower, so I had to use a utility knife to cut the backing to something resembling square so it would join up properly with the top. Then, the bottom section and top section are VERY poorly joined together in the middle, and it left the top section leaning forward (like it was bending forward at its waist). The only way to fix this is to anchor the top half to the wall at SEVERAL places, not just the two they give you. Then, when I was trying to anchor it to the wall, I pulled down on the wood cross-sections to try to get the middle section joined together and by pulling down on the top my hand broke completely through the thick part of the particle board. Really sad. So, my tower project is going right to the burn pile, and I am going to hire a guy to custom build bookshelves to my exact specifications (which I should have done before and saved $100!). If this thing was $30, I might have expected it to be the cheap garbage it is. But at $100, I expected much more. Do not waste your time and money by buying this!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    A Major Disappointment as a Blu-Ray Collector

    Posted
    WillC6886
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    To begin, I am a cinephile who takes great pride in my Blu-Ray collection for its expansive versatility. But it got to a point this year where I need to keep them stored on one tower. As a birthday gift to myself back in April, I bought the Elite Media Tower and figured "problem solved." When first assembling this tower, I should have realized there was going to be a problem when I saw one of the boards had a big crack in it, but I thought nothing of it at the time. When it was finally assembled a week later, I started putting my movies on there and, once I started getting to the top shelves, that's when it decided to start leaning. In the five months I've owned this, it's honestly caused nothing but grief and disappointment as nothing will even out the weight ratio (it's gotten to the point where the pegs and screws holding the two halves together are starting to bust out) and a number of my Blu-Rays fall off the shelves on practically a daily basis at this point. I agree wholeheartedly with a number of reviews on here stating that Atlantic Inc. should have used sturdier materials because the quality of them as is really brings the whole product down a great deal. That's the biggest surprise as Atlantic's media towers are usually very reliable. To cut a long story short: if you intend to buy a media tower, proceed with caution wth the Elite Media Tower.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Not A Bad Deal Or Product

    Posted
    rd1971

    I read so many reviews on this stand and took heed to the criticism,but I actually needed that particular stand because I was hitting the 1,000 CD mark. I have two adjustable stands,but I only needed one and the other adjustable stand I used to put DVDs on. A lot of the criticism on the assembly is accurate,but you have to read the directions numerous times and double check afterward to make sure. The problem with the instructions on this product as well as others,is that it's too vague and it's a illustration -not a photograph. If it was a actual picture pointing out the steps in detail (B/W or color) assembling would had been easier. It nearly took me 5 hours to assemble it,but it's wasn't bad. The tricky part is putting the two pieces together because I had to stand it up and use the cam locks to hold it in place. If you're good at reading between the lines with instructions and have the proper tools, technique, skills and patience there shouldn't be no problem putting it together.When it comes to assembling this stand,there's more than one way to skin a cat.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Not worth the time

    Posted
    DirtFan

    Short version: this media center is borderline junk. Long version: it will work as advertised, but barely. We bought it because it was the only large DVD storage we could find. We bought this to store our DVDs, and it will do that. However, for the price, I was expecting better. The parts are very flimsy, and it took 2 people a few hours to put it together - AFTER a trip to the hardware store. Two of the cams broke as we were putting it together, and since they seemed to be a non-standard size, we couldn't find replacements. (Also, the instructions/parts list had no contact information in case of missing parts, and no spares in case of loss or breakage.) We added some metal braces at the back to replace the cams and make the unit sturdier. Definitely plan to use the wall supports, you'll need them. Other quibbles: * The shelves are fixed - no adjusting them to make the best use of space for large box sets, or to fit in more CDs instead of DVDs. * The top shelf is sized for CDs only. DVDs will fit horizontally, but that's it. Kind of annoying.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for price & capacity

    Posted
    oyasumipanda
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    I'm actually a really big fan of this media shelf. Mind you, a good blow from a fan could potentially break it in half if left unattended during the building process, but once it's anchored into the wall, it's great. I like the look of it, and the capacity is very nice. Also, I recommend this to people who have the patience to put this together because the design is special. Another thing to note that I didn't see in other reviews is that when the blu-rays/dvd's/games/what-have-you are put into the shelf, they do lip out over the edge, which wasn't a deal breaker for me. More than anything, it surprised me, and I would have preferred a forewarning. I also noticed in the pictures that I saw, the one small shelf seemed to be on the top of the cases, but in mine, it's in the middle.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Definitely a good option....

    Posted
    BestBuyElite
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    This media tower looks great once finished and loaded up with all your DVDs, blu-rays, and CDs. I have two of these units and I'm happy with them for the most part. However, the quality control seems to be a little lacking. The first one I bought, I had it almost all put together and one of the cam locks just popped through the side of the panel (cam locks hold the two halves together). I had to dismantle some of it and haul it all the way back. The replacement I received was put together quicker (The instructions were slightly different with the new one) and had zero problems with. Unfortunately, I still needed more room and picked up a second unit. That unit had the same instructions as the replacement and went together relatively quick, but it just wasn't quite as stable. There seems to be a little more movement between the two sections, even though both are screwed into a wall. Definitely not worth taking apart and returning, but I would have rathered a different one if I knew ahead of time. I put them both together by myself in about an hour each. Make sure you have an electric screwdriver! Would be 5 stars if quality was more consistent.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy build for novice with some common sense

    Posted
    stannny
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    53 minutes from front door to filling shelves with my DVD/Bluray collection without assistance. TOOLS: Philips head and flat tip screwdriver, cordless power drill with magnetic philips head tip. 1. lay out and count parts 2. Do a mock-build of section #1 (completely build section #1 without screws, dowels & anchors. This will also assist you in the build of 2nd section as they are almost identical). Build section #1 with screws, dowels & anchors. 3. Build section #2 4. Attach sections #1 to #2, stand unit upright and lean front of unit towards wall as unit will fall backwards when not supported, attach back panels according to directions, anchor to wall and your done. 4. If you have more than a couple screws or a dowel left over it means you did not follow the directions and the unit will probably fall over and kill you...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Atlantic - Elite Media Tower - Black/Gray

    Posted
    Scroller
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    I asked my friend to help me put this shelving unit together as I've read its easier with two people. And, it is. The shelving unit needs to be put together in two sections. The bottom and the top sections. After you've put together the top and bottom sections you need one person to hold them together while the other person screws them together. They come with wall ancors, which I would use if I was putting them against the wall. But, I bought two shelving units and my friend and I put them together back to back and used ancors to do that. When I need more shelving units I will be buying these for there inexpensive price rather than paying big money for shelving units that do the same job.

    I would recommend this to a friend