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Atlantic Oskar Adjustable Media Cabinet - Holds 464 CDs, 228 DVDs or 276 Blu-Rays, 12 Adjustable and 4 Fixed Shelves PN38435720 in Maple

3.6
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  • Espresso-finished wood composite construction designed to accommodate 464 CDs, 228 dvds or 276 blu-rays, with 6 shelves (2 fixed shelves and 4 adjustable height shelves) this will hold a lot wall anchor and extra-wide base provide additional support.
  • Adjustable shelves for better media organization. Total 12 shelves for use, best to store books and novels to find them when needed.
  • Elegant contemporary finish
  • Length: 25. 13" Width: 7. 25" Height: 54. 13", Weight: 33. 80 lbs

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Customer Reviews

POSThis is by far the worst product EVER. I have put together MANY pressboard products (DVD/CD/VHS) and this by far is terrible. The instructions suck and the actual product is fine until you start assembling it. The screws are cheap, the sides are mislabeled or duplicated so they are unusable. What IS able to be used then is rendered useless... you either go to a hardware store and jimmy it with strappings/bolts or just throw it all away; which I plan on doing. Unfortunately I procrastinated too long and can no longer return this... TOTAL JUNK. bought a Sauder and had NO TROUBLES. Atlantic is junk..... 1Atlantic Media CabinetThe slim profile of this DVD/CD shelving unit was a perfect fit for a small space with its 6 inch depth the primary consideration. I put together similar shelving units for books, etc. but this one is nicer primarily because the back panel is actually thin fiberboard. The last two I assembled had backing pieces that were paper/cardboard primarily the thickness of poster board/cover stock. As thin as the fiberboard is, it is definitely sturdier.The kit arrived undamaged and the instructions are visual Ikea-style and are reasonably clear although pay particular attention to step 4 and note that the six wood screws go into recessed holes on the other side of shelf H. Board H is the center horizontal piece so six vertical boards attach to it, three on top and three below. Hint--use the screws first. Another hint, the pins that connect with the cams should be hand screwed in so they remain high enough to be caught by the cams to tightly connect the boards securely together.All of the hardware, including the bracket to attach the unit to the wall to prevent a tipping hazard, are sealed in a bubble pack which practically eliminates bags breaking open and pieces escaping before arrival. A crosshead (Phillips) screwdriver and a hammer are the only tools needed. Economical media storage. 5Perfect media shelves for games/movies/cdsThese are the bomb! First off, these are NOT made to be moved around all the time or constantly adjusted, but they are made to accommodate your movie/music/game collection while taking up the smallest footprint possible. My favorite thing about these shelves is that they are only deep enough to hold a DVD/game box!Fairly easy to setup, only takes about 20 minutes to put it together. It's not the highest quality of product, but I rate it a 5 because I own six of these units simply because of their low profile, predictable quality, and low cost. You can easily put two of these stands side-by-side to create a "one" unit, and you can even anchor these to a wall if you feel it needs the extra support.Love these shelves!!!! 5Does it's job perfectly BUT . . . . .This product does exactly what it is supposed to do - it is shelving for CDs, DVDs, etc. It is not sturdy and not made out of quality material so it is not durable. I have it against a wall with a bigger shelf on each side - I'm not moving it until I move out. It will be just fine until then. I fully expect it to fall apart as soon as I move it. It was very easy to put together. These shelves are perfect for me because of the convenience and price. 3Overall this product is horrible. Definitely not worth the $60 something I paid ...The materials are shoddy:1. There are no caps on the end of the screws. So the bottom is screwed in and scratched my hardwood floors from the screws on the bottom.2. The wood split multiple times screwing in the screws3. The holes for the pegs for the shelves are not the same. Some of the pegs are too loose and fall out of the holes.4. The quickscrews break with any kind of pressure on them causing the boards not to stay together.Overall this product is horrible. Definitely not worth the $60 something I paid for it. 1Great shelf for the moneyI was on the fence about this purchase because of all the back and forth reviews. Some people were frustrated and claimed cheap construction; parts didn't fit right; didn't come with assembly instructions; screws pulled right out, dowels weren't the right size; the list goes on. But then there were reviews claiming a great buy but no details provided. So I questioned whether those people were hacks and just slapped this cheapo thing together and were just happy because they don't care, or whether the complaints were legit. But a $60 shelf; I feel you can't lose. Two big thumbs up for this one! It is particle board furniture. Well placed, pre-drilled holes for every piece. Even the backing panels had predrilled holes for the brads. It comes with all the hardware you need and clear, easy to understand assembly instructions, even hardware for mounting it to a wall for more stabilization. You need a screw driver and a light weight hammer. 25 minutes from pulling the box into my kitchen to completed assembly. It looks good and stands sturdy on the floor. And we are using for extra pantry space. It is sturdy enough to hold up more weight than just DVDs. Now on to the whiners here in the review section.-Yes, it comes with instructions. You have to remove everything from the box, dummy. The instructions were between the packing foam and box.-The pre-drilled holes are exactly where they need to be. If you follow the instructions, they have pictures, you see how to layout the pieces. Hardware goes right in.-Whoever claimed all the screws stripped out, the instructions say you need a screw driver, not a power tool. It's particle board. Good job, rookie.-The dowels aren't supposed to fit tight. I laughed when I read that quibble because, yeah, I bet your dowel isn't big enough. They help align the pieces and help square it up during assembly. That's it.-Someone said the shelf fell right over after they finished putting it together. The floor board is wider than the rest of em and it is labelled in accordance with the instructions. I can only imagine how sloppily you put it together.Ok, I'm done with my rant. I like the shelf. It was worth my money. 5Fast assembly, Rock Solid and Looks GreatI purchased the Atlantic 38435719 Oskar Media Cabinet for 464 CD or 228 DVD, color: Espresso.Aside from the sticker from board-I being stuck on board-H, the pieces were all clearly labeled and matched up with tbe printed instructions.It took about 1 hour, from unpacking the pieces to final assembly.The shelves LOCK nicely into place. You will find that one end of the metal shelf pegs is bigger than the other; push the fatter side into cabinet for a tight fit and then place shelves on top.The cabinet is 54 inches tall, but assembles in two separate halves, each approximately 27 inches high. Once fully assembled, this thing is rock solidThe screws for the base fit into recessed holes so my floor won't get scratched. No glue is required for assembly.Note: pay attention to tightening the screws. As soon as it is snug, stop tightening the screw and boards won't be damaged.I have my DVDs and Blu Ray in my 3-column Atlantic floor cabinet and this 2-column fits my music CDs perfectly, but also fits DVD, Blu Ray and VHS tape (see photos).Each shelf in the Atlantic 38435719 Oskar Media Cabinet for 464 CD or 228 DVDs, fits FLUSH with the back board, no gaps ( unlike my 3-column cabinet that has a 1/4 inch gap at the back of each shelf to back board).Anyway, lay out all boards on floor, stacking the matching boards before assembly and it will be much easier.Very little dust or loose styrofoam in box or on pieces. Mebbe Atlantic is listening to past consumer reviews and is improving it's product. In any case, I am happy with this cabinet. 5Nice productI thought this product was originally made to be hung on the wall. It wasn't but I was able to hang it still. It looks great. Some of the hardware didn't fit so good when I was putting it together. The turning nuts that grab the studs and holdThe pieces together did not work to good. In the end after some adjustments I was able to build it and hang it and it looks great on my wall 4Great Item - Don't Get In A HurryI have read most of the questions and comment on this product and I can certainly understand theMm as I have bought and assembled over 30 of these units and the similar single unit for my home theater DVD/Blu-Ray library. I probably have more than average experience in assembling this type of furniture due to my previous work. Hopefully my comments can be of help to prospective buyers. First, I am more than happy with the presentation of my disc library in my home theater. Every visitor comments on the library before they comment on my art deco interior or my extensive electronics. I do think that it turned out well. I primarily used the 38435720 Oskar 464 Media Wall Unit to line both sides of my theater. Assembly: The trick to assembling these units is to not get in a hurry in the beginning and do it right. If you make a mistake early on, you will work yourself to death trying to force something to make it right. Second, read the instructions. Sounds easy, but most of us know that we don't do it. Third, You have to open your box completely, and lay out all your parts in correct stacks according to part number or letter. Get yourself a shoe box or cake pan for all of the hardware so you have it all ready to use and you know where it is and you don't loose any of it. Then get rid of all the packing. I read all of the problems that people were having with assembly, and most of it was because they did not get the first shelves assembled SQUARE. Everything on these units must be square or none of the holes will line up. Until you are VERY sure of what you are doing, make sure that you use a carpenter's square to attach the sides to the shelves in a square manner. Always keep the unit square as you are working. (hint: if you do not have a square, you can check the rack or square of your shelf by measuring the diagonal top to bottom of each side. then move it until each side of the diagonal is exactly the same. then it is perfectly square) I found that using a little carpenter's glue in the wood pegs made the shelf at least 50% more sturdy. The unit gets most of its strength from its back. That is what keeps the unit square, that is what is going to make the shelves fit, and that is what is going to allow you to attach shelves together if you want to have more than one shelf for your movie library. Although the manufacturer recommends that you nail the back on with the small brads that they provide, I found that they have a tendency to pull out of the particle board. Since the back is so important to the integrity of these shelves, I chose to lay the shelving on its face and lay the backing in place, and if you have done your job properly, the shelf should be square. I check the square, then put two small SCREWS in each back board to keep them in place. I then drill additional screw holes in all of the boards using the back boards as a template. I finish up by filling each of these holes with the small screws. You would not believe how sturdy your shelf is now, just by using screws on the back board, making it square, and using glue on the wooden dowels. You have at least doubled the value of your piece of furniture.Note: You would think that the double Media Wall Unit and the Single Media Wall Unit would be compatible. If you look at the measurements they look like you could set them beside each other and they would fit. They come from the same manufacturer, They are the same finish. Well, kind of, but not really. First the base or foot extends much further on the single unit than on the double. Second, the height is about 1/8 to 1/4 inch different. You can adjust that on the bottom so it is not so noticeable. Third, the shelves are a little different in thickness and in length.I would recommend following the manufacturer's instructions on attaching the shelving to the wall. I would also try to find a stud if at all possible and use one of the screws provided to screw directly into the stud so it is attached at a height somewhere close to the top of the shelf.I used 3/4 inch drywall screws to attach my shelving together. I drilled two small holes directly through two shelving holes I was not using at the top of my unit and straight through to the next unit. I matched the units up and screwed them together. I repeated the procedure at the bottom of the unit. 4 screws are sufficient to attach each unit.With all of the units that I have had, I have never had to return ANY units or ANY parts. I read about the people getting bad cams and breaking them, I learned early on to put my cams in when I lay out my boards and align the arrows. It is NOT tight, it is getting the arrow aligned. I did get one opened box which was obvious freight damage. There was no damage to the wood, (these things are packed well) but there were a few hardware pieces missing. I called the manufacturer and they helped me immediately and courteously and I had my parts within a couple of days.As far as the lamination, the oldest ones that I have are over a year old and they still look new. I can't tell you which ones are the newest and which ones are the oldest. None show any wear. I am getting ready to buy another 3 to house my cd's and Karoke collection. 4Stay completely away from this junk!You are going to read a lot of mixed reviews about this product. I suppose you could call this media cabinet by Atlantic a "hit" or "miss" product. For me, this was a huge miss. I wasted 90 minutes of my time with this piece of junk -- 70 minutes to put together and 20 minutes to dismantle to put back in the box and return it to Amazon.Decades ago, I used to work in a video store. One of my jobs was putting together video furniture. There were always two types of furniture we would provide for our customers.....expensive and cheap. You got to know the manufacturers and how consistently well or poorly constructed their furniture was. Back in the day, one of my favorite manufacturers was SAUDER. However, you paid a premium for their storage cabinets.Right out of the box, I could tell immediately that this company's product was crud. You could see the signs of badly constructed pressboard. Still, I knew what I was getting into when I shelled out a mere $70 for this elaborate shelving system. I opted to go cheap, and I ended up paying the price.The one good thing I can say about Atlantic is that they labeled all their pieces. However, even with that feat accomplished, I ended staring at the instructions for minutes on end trying to figure out how this went together......that is, until I realized, they forgot to include page #3 of the stapled instructions. So, off to the Internet I went and downloaded their instruction manual .pdf.As I examined the shelves I could see defects in the workmanship. There was warping in the pressed wood. As I inserted and turned screws, the brown coating started coming off of the press board.An hour into the construction, I found that the locking system would not properly align --- no matter how many times I gently forced the screws into the wood. The entire bottom section of the cabinet had a sizeable gap because it would not properly align and lock into the upper system.Here's a perfect example of how badly designed this case is....The holes for the wooden dowels are too big. The dowels do not fit tightly in the holes. They should. After all, these are pivotal pieces of guiding hardware that connect the parts together. Instead, the dowels just sit there loose. They fall out all over the place when you connect the shelves together.The round locking mechanisms don't always lock properly. So, now you have sections of shelving that are wobbling because they can't properly be secured.In all the years I have been putting together furniture like this, I have never seen something so poorly conceived as this shelving unit.The final straw came when I turned it over, in an attempt to nail the backing into the shelf. I could see a huge chunk of pressboard had just become loose on the side. I have included a photo below. There is no way something like that can be covered up.I then had to spend the next 20 minutes unscrewing and dismantling the entire cabinet. I contacted Amazon and have started the return process.Dear reader, I know you will be tempted to buy this cabinet because the picture looks nice and there are more than a few reviews from people who are happy with their purchase. If you want some advice from someone that has put together dozens of these kind of shelving systems over his lifetime -- and knows the good stuff from bad --- then please stay away from this piece of junk. There's bad furniture companies and then a step down from them is Atlantic.I have never seen such an awful product --- from build quality to the mere fact that you can't even properly align and screw this thing together.The sole purpose of this company selling this product is to make a quick buck off customers who want cheap furniture. Do yourself a favor and spend a little more money. What that will do is give you less heartache during construction, and, a nicer-looking piece of furniture in the end.These are the kind of products you learn from. By that I mean, you learn never to go cheap -- and if you do, you are taking chances of either getting something that will work for you or hours of wasted time.Brands to consider: Sauder, Venture House. Spend a little more money and get something that will make you happy. 1
Atlantic Oskar Adjustable Media Cabinet - Holds 464 CDs, 228 DVDs or 276 Blu-Rays, 12 Adjustable and 4 Fixed Shelves PN38435720 in Maple

Atlantic Oskar Adjustable Media Cabinet - Holds 464 CDs, 228 DVDs or 276 Blu-Rays, 12 Adjustable and 4 Fixed Shelves PN38435720 in Maple

3.6
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Regular price
SG$ 512.00
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SG$ 512.00
Regular price
SG$ 846.00
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Save 39% (SG$ 334.00)