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Walker Edison Furniture Company 70" Essential Entertainment Center (Barnwood) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Walker Edison Furniture Company 70" Essential Entertainment Center (Barnwood, HD70CSPBW) on sale for $145.75 - 20% w/ promo code HDDECORJAN20 = $116.60. Ship to store pickup is free. Thanks rsvpd
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Walker Edison Furniture Company 70" Essential Barnwood Entertainment Center for $116.60 w/ HDDECORJAN20 w/ free store pickup.
  • 70" W x 24" H x 16" D
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MDF is fine until you move it. That's when the durability goes out the window.
I move mine all the time. It's fine.
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MDF is fine until you move it. That's when the durability goes out the window.
Furniture is hard to buy these days because it is not made to last like when my parents bought furniture. But this shows up and it is heavy. Really heavy to the point I feel like it is going to hold my 75 inch tv and not collapse. It is also low enough for me to feel like it is solid and stable.
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I move mine all the time. It's fine.
Referring to actual moves. Not dragging it around your apartment. Heirloom solid wood furniture will last forever. MDF stuff lasts a couple years. Buy it nice or keep buying it.

The only advantages MDF has is if styles change you're not stuck with a solid wood item that will last forever, but look dated.
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I got one of these a couple of years ago for our basement and it's very sturdy and was easy to assemble. But it does scratch easily so keep that in mind.
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Referring to actual moves. Not dragging it around your apartment. Heirloom solid wood furniture will last forever. MDF stuff lasts a couple years. Buy it nice or keep buying it.

The only advantages MDF has is if styles change you're not stuck with a solid wood item that will last forever, but look dated.
even if it's around the house it's always best to lift furniture instead of dragging
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Referring to actual moves. Not dragging it around your apartment. Heirloom solid wood furniture will last forever. MDF stuff lasts a couple years. Buy it nice or keep buying it.

The only advantages MDF has is if styles change you're not stuck with a solid wood item that will last forever, but look dated.
how often are you moving?

i've moved quite a bit of my college-day ikea furniture around from my apartment, to my family home, then to my own home and they've held up just fine.
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Referring to actual moves. Not dragging it around your apartment. Heirloom solid wood furniture will last forever. MDF stuff lasts a couple years. Buy it nice or keep buying it.

The only advantages MDF has is if styles change you're not stuck with a solid wood item that will last forever, but look dated.
Are you moving 3 times a year?
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how often are you moving?

i've moved quite a bit of my college-day ikea furniture around from my apartment, to my family home, then to my own home and they've held up just fine.
I've helped move quite a bit of (I think Ikea?) furniture. It doesn't hold up very well. Those little wood peg and plastic connectors losen up. Drawers never fit right. Doors never align properly again.

It's literally all throw away furniture.
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Are you moving 3 times a year?
Naw, 4.
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I've helped move quite a bit of (I think Ikea?) furniture. It doesn't hold up very well. Those little wood peg and plastic connectors losen up. Drawers never fit right. Doors never align properly again.

It's literally all throw away furniture.
haven't had that problem, even with the kallax cube units which employ generous amounts of those wooden pegs. are you sure you're just not a very finessed mover?
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1st one for wife, 2nd one to...?
For his side dish dude.
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Yeah these cheap ones with MDF aren't worth it. Some MDF is okay, but primarily real wood is best. I went with this from Wayfair and love it (not a deal, but for holding up a heavy OLED i think it's worth it)

https://www.wayfair.com/furniture...a_g=&cltr=
what sucks is about all tv stands I ever find in stores are pressed wood. To get legit wood you have tp spend $1k or more.
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The Expresso is $136! Good deal on 70"
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https://www.costco.com/walton-56-...77097.html
online price is $400, but in local store at Georgia, it is $250.
The Costco one is only for TVs upto 56". This one is till 70".
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Not real solid wood. Manufactured wood fake wood no thanks to thumbs down.
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