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70" Walker Edison Furniture Wood Universal TV Stand (Up to 80"; Dark Walnut) EXPIRED

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Other stores such as Wayfair, Best Buy, and Home Depot carry this TV stand (some under different brand names), and this was the cheapest by far. Don't confuse this piece with the smaller version of this stand, which some of those sellers have for close to this price, but none are selling this size in this price range.

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If u don't need doors, buy this...
VASAGLE BRYCE TV Stand, Lengthened TV Cabinet, Console, Coffee Table with Metal Frame, Wood-Like Grain, Industrial for Living Room, Rustic Brown ULTV50BX https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NRLK...BFbS2F4BT0

Both wood shelves are very strong. The bottom wire mesh is ridiculously weak tho. I only put very lights things on the mesh.
This one looks like it is wheels away from being an industrial cart
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Avoid MDF and get a solid wood one.
You certainly won't be getting a solid wood TV stand for $200 that match these dimensions/style.

If you want solid wood on a budget, IKEA usually has some solid pine furniture pieces that aren't too pricey and decently sturdy with good hardware.
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Can you tell me what's the height of the top and bottom center shelfs? I need something that's at least 8 inches tall.
Yup. The shelves are all adjustable to 3 different heights. When the middle shelf is set to the middle height the top shelf is 8 and 13/16. The bottom shelf is 8 and 5/16.
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Yup. The shelves are all adjustable to 3 different heights. When the middle shelf is set to the middle height the top shelf is 8 and 13/16. The bottom shelf is 8 and 5/16.
Thanks so much!
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Love the MCM look!
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This one looks like it is wheels away from being an industrial cart
Yep. That's the look. It's very popular now. Reclaimed wood + industrial. I think Joanna Gaines (?) made it popular. Not everyone's taste of course.
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Which Amex offer did you use?
$10 off $100 on Amazon x2. $200 order triggered it twice, apparently.

It was pretty highly targeted and only got it on one card between my wife and me.
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Hmm those flimsy legs aren't holding up much weight. Mdf is not the best for loading up with weight. Maybe if the bottom was thicker than the 3/4 bottom especially with the tiny legs poking the bottom lol. I say get a wall mount and you no worries.
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"high grade certified MDF long lasting construction"


🙄 this is a sentence I totally believe.
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I wanted it but it's way too long. Won't leave any room for the SUB.
Well, the new trend nowadays is to place the TV feet as far apart as possible.
People need WIDE TV stands.
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"high grade certified MDF long lasting construction"


🙄 this is a sentence I totally believe.
I see mdf furniture all the time in homes and around the office that's probably 20-30 yrs old and still holding up fine. It's the exterior finish that's exposed to wear that usually fails. Oddly enough, if you treat it like "fine furniture" ...avoid moisture and scratching it...it'll stay nice, but most ppl treat it according to its low price and the finish wears, exposing the mdf.
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I see mdf furniture all the time in homes and around the office that's probably 20-30 yrs old and still holding up fine. It's the exterior finish that's exposed to wear that usually fails. Oddly enough, if you treat it like "fine furniture" ...avoid moisture and scratching it...it'll stay nice, but most ppl treat it according to its low price and the finish wears, exposing the mdf.
MDF used to be sandwiched between actual wood veneers. Like those Maple Plywood products which are really durable.

But this is foil covered cardboard.
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Link for something similar in size that is solid wood and not at least 2x the price?
Lmao, I know... try 3x the price, maybe, for a real wood. Even Costco's TV stands that have a more solid core are still just a Veneer and not real wood., and are still $400.

Real wood? Maybe you can find a cheap "pine" tv stand, but even then expect to pay 3x or 4x this price. I am ok with pine as a Tv stand though purely because it's low traffic use for that soft wood.
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MDF used to be sandwiched between actual wood veneers. Like those Maple Plywood products which are really durable.

But this is foil covered cardboard.
So is it mdf or cardboard?
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So is it mdf or cardboard?
They're both made of the same material.
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