By m4r14. Wood Entertainment Unit. At Thursday, June 18th 2020, 07:00:18 AM.
I am not good at constructing things so this took me a good amount of time. Not all the holes lined up which was really freaking frustrating, but I was able to use my screwdriver to carve them and make them bigger holes. This item was a little bit shaky but then I realized I hadn’t screwed everything up properly so I had to go back and redo things, now it is pretty sturdy, but not excellent Lisa. It looks really nice when it is finishedI am not good at constructing things so this took me a good amount of time. Not all the holes lined up which was really freaking frustrating, but I was able to use my screwdriver to carve them and make them bigger holes. This item was a little bit shaky but then I realize I hadn’t screwed everything in properly so I had to go back and redo things, now it is pretty sturdy, but not excellently so. It looks really nice when it is finished! It is able to hold a 32 inch TV, a PlayStation 4, a week, and a ton of games and movies - including heavy boxed collectibles - with no issue. It looks like real wood at a glance, and has a classy vibe. If you’re doubting - get it! Just know it’ll be a little work.
Super easy to put together! Holes already there, everything lines up perfectly and comes with all the screws you’ll need. It says you need a hammer but all I needed was a screw driver and that did the job! Very sturdy and good quality. Pretty color (I got the rustic oak). Not sure why everyone has complained about the sticker peeling wrong but on it, it says “DO NOT REMOVE STICKER”. I have no problem with the sticker on, it’s not at all noticeable and tv covers it for the most part anyhow. Overall I would say I LOVE LOVE LOVE this and would definitely recommend and rebuy again. Also shipping was really fast and it got here early
This product looks really nice once assembled, but if you’re expected super high quality, look elsewhere and be willing to spend more money. My husband started the assembly with a manual screwdriver. I do not recommend that. Power tools help immensely. The unit was pretty unstable feeling until we screwed the back on. The back does not have predrilled holes to screw into, so you’re screwing directly into the unit with very little guidance. Now that it’s assembled, it looks higher quality than what it is. The top is very sturdy and appears solid. The rest seems like an MDF. The back board is pretty flimsy but gets the job done. It’s perfect for our 55 inch tv to stand on. It’s a good viewing height as well.