Chrome Glass TV Stand Review 2016

TV stand ReviewedThis Chrome Glass TV Stand looks so modern and sleek. Its chrome tempered glass makes it shine like nothing else. It has four columns on each corner supporting its glass shelves. Features 3 levels of glass shelves. I recommend this to anyone trying to brighten up they’re home.

Chrome Glass TV Stand

AVF SDC1140-A Glass and Chrome TV Stand for TVs Up to 55 Inches

I was hoping for a bit sturdier tubing for the legs as I thought the metal thin and I wasn’t crazy about the plastic end caps that you slide the metal rod through that fell out very easily as they were not permanently attached and didn’t even have a way to screw them into place. The stand once assembled is roughly 45 inches by 18 inches by 20 inches high. To my surprise once this was completely put together and screwed tightly, the table was surprisingly strong and sturdy. Since this holds up to 100 pounds, since flat screens so light these days, I could put my 65-inch TV on this.
This comes with the instructions, 3 pieces of black tempered glass, 4 steel rods and the tubing and plastic feet. This is fairly easy to assemble as you assemble upside down and start from the top glass piece upside down and screw in each of the metal rods. It took me only a few minutes to put together. The most important thing to remember is to make sure you put the shiny part of the glass up when you are assembling.
I have been slowly working on building a movie watching room and one of the things I decided I needed was a stand of some sort. I actually have been looking for a stand similar to the one that I bought a few years ago from a brand named Powell. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be made anymore as I couldn’t find one or even one close to it anymore. So I decided to find something else. This stand was reasonably priced and I decided to give it a chance. Quality wise it isn’t as heavy duty as the Powell but to be fair, that stand was almost three times the price of this one, so I didn’t expect it to be.
The stand once assembled is roughly 45 inches by 18 inches by 20 inches high. To my surprise once this was completely put together and screwed tightly, the table was sturdy and surprisingly strong.
It took me only a few minutes to put together. The most important thing to remember is to make sure you put the shiny part of the glass up when you are assembling.
I have been slowly working on building a movie watching room and one of the things I decided I needed was a stand of some sort. I actually have been looking for a stand similar to the one that I bought a few years ago from a brand named Powell. Quality wise it isn’t as heavy duty as the Powell but to be fair, that stand was almost three times the price of this one, so I didn’t expect it to be.

Chrome Glass TV Stand

David

Rating:
7 out of
10

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