Rated 4.6 out of 5★ by 5reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by oldmjm Special Purpose, but fits my needs I have had excellent results with Sauder furniture. Purchased this one to hold printer on top, router, cable modem and voltage regulator on the tier level where they can have plenty of air. Put assorted stuff like paper behind the doors out of sight. Assembly instructions, while far from perfect, are still the best in this business. 06/28/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by TechnologyPierPurchaser Very nice addition to my living room/office. Although a bit heavy, this piece is beautiful, and the accent hardware is real metal. I'm using the unit to hold my CPU in the lower cupboard (without the optional shelf) and purse, car keys, and mail on the upper two shelves.It came very well packaged, on time, with no damages anywhere, and all parts and pieces were present in the container. The instructions were quite easy to follow, with large, clear diagrams and well-written details for the step-by-step process, which took me about 4 hours. This project only required one person for assembly. The only tools required to assemble the unit were flathead and philips screwdrivers and a wooden mallet (or hammer.)I had some difficulty attaching and adjusting the cupboard door hinges, but after several adjustments, the door hangs nice and level, without rubbing on any portion of the laminate surface. The door can be hung to open from either the left or the right.The "twist-lock" fasteners which join the bottom-most shelf to the sides were tension-type, rather than actual threaded screws (similar to drywall screw technology.)The hidden cams which attached the top-most shelf would not rotate the specified 210 degrees; the most they would tighten was 180 degrees.The decorative side moldings on the top of the base were very cheaply attached by essentially driving screws in part way to the base and then sliding the moldings over the exposed screw heads horizontally. For the second molding, I decided to use the edge of the flathead screwdriver and run a linear indentation in the compressed cardboard of the molding so it would slide onto the screw heads more accurately. Upper shelf moldings were actually screwed on to the top shelf, and will undoubtedly be more reliably attached in the long run.I chose not to attach the thick cardboard backing to the cupboard in order to allow my CPU better cooling ventilation, and also because the cord management holes that were perforated into the cardboard were not large enough for all the cords my CPU has attached to it.Also, although the unit is heavy, the metal "boots" which slip on to the bottoms of the legs allowed me to slide the unit across my carpet to its final location with relative ease. Overall this is an attractive and highly functional addition to my living room/office. 07/22/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by 212WX This printer stand is exactly what I was looking for. It is of high quality rich warm oak wood. The assembly was easy (by precisely following the directions) but took about two hours. The finished product is beautiful and extremely sturdy to hold any size printer. I could not be more pleased! 08/26/2013