High Quality TV Stand for Flat Panel TVs Up to 32 Inches
While wall mounts are the current craze, traditional TV stands are still ideal for situations in which you cannot drill into the wall or where you want to also have storage for your DVD player, satellite receiver, etc.
This High Quality TV Stand for Flat Panel TVs is designed to accommodate displays up to 32" in size and total weight up to 88 lbs (40 Kg). The stand measures about 25.6" x 15.0" x 19.7" (LWH) and weighs about 20.9 lbs.
The top shelf can accommodate the full 88 lb (40 Kg) weight capacity of the stand. The middle and bottom shelves can support up to 11 lbs (5 Kg) each, so long as the total does not exceed 88 lbs. The bottom shelf sits about 2.4" above the floor.
- User's Manual (Oct 31, 2013)
96.67% of the reviewers recommend this productADD YOUR REVIEW
- Cincinnati, OH
- 12/8/2014 12:27:39 PM
Pros: Nice stand good price.
Perfect for Kids' Bedrooms
- Spring Hill, KS
- 7/17/2014 9:37:42 AM
Pros: - Seems to be of good quality
- Easy to assemble
- Not too high (ideal for kids sitting in the floor)
Cons: - Shipping cost is high compared to the cost of the stand
After putting one of these stands in my daughter's room, I ordered one just like it for my son's. The stand is the perfect size for a kid's room where they tend to sit in the floor or a gaming chair while they're watching TV or playing video games. It was packed extremely well and nothing was damaged. The stand is easy to assemble and looks great. I have had no problems with the bottom caps falling out, but I expect that could be remedied with a very thin layer of rubber cement or white glue.
I found a similarly priced stand on Amazon but it was made of sawdust and the middle shelf was very narrow. A version of that same stand with tempered glass was around $80, so even with shipping the Monoprice stand was a bargain.
OK until the end
- Warminster, PA
- 3/22/2014 3:44:36 PM
Pros: Fairly easy assembly and quality tempered glass for the money
Cons: This is a big one. the caps on the bottom to stabilize the unit don't snap on, potentially leaving you w/ a stand on stilts. this means you can't move the unit w/o having to lift it up and check the bottom caps have separated from the legs, creating an unstable stilting effect.
The Con is a fatal flaw that requires new parts to correct. that and the shipping charges prob make this unit a non starter for most.