|Recommended TV Type: Flat Screen||TV Size Accommodated: 42 Inches|
|Product Type: TV stand||Design: Open shelving|
|Finish: Grey||Frame Material: Metal|
|Style: Contemporary||Gender: Unisex/Both|
|Exterior Shelves: Yes||Drawers Included: No|
|Cabinets Included: No||Fireplace Included: No|
|Lighted: No||Media Storage: Yes|
|Orientation: Floor unit||Lift Mechanism: No|
|Expandable: No||Swivel Base: No|
|Integrated Mount: Yes||Country of Manufacture: China|
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For classroom use
Erfan from Aliso Viejo, CA– Verified Buyer
We have a 32" tv hooked up to this stand. It works well and looks good.
carmen from Saint Paul, MN– Verified Buyer
bought this for a home gym. easily adapts to hold a variety of television sizes. very sturdy. rolls easily to place in front of equipment. shelf is great for dvd and receiver. shipped quickly and was easy to assemble as well. overall, a great purchase.
Very study. Professional.
Gordon from New Windsor, NY– Verified Buyer
This stand is heavier and sturdier than I expected. Very nice quality. Wayfair also have awesome customer service. If you're going to buy it, get it here!
I like it a lot.
Paul from West Des Moines, IA– Verified Buyer
It is a very good, study stand. Directions were clear to put it together and parts were well packaged and labeled. We use it in our church and move it were ever we need it. I would recommend this stand.
STURDY AND FIT FOR PURPOSE
ThumperWabbit from Fort Myers, FL– Verified Buyer
We set up the Lumina with a monitor and Mac Mini and speakers in our fitness room so we can watch TV or Netflix while working out. The height adjustment is excellent so even tho I am 6'1" and standing on the treadmill the screen is at eye-level for comfortable viewing. It is very stable with a 30" flatscreen monitor which is what we use but I could not speak to anything larger. Our fitness room has wood laminate flooring so the stand moves easily on the casters. Set-up was easy - the drawings clear and we were all done in under an hour. The screws and parts pack in the box is clearly intended for several different models and configurations so you might find, like we did, that there were quite a lot of pieces left over at the end. Don't get nervous that you missed some important step or anything - just keep what's left over as spares. Clean contemporary styling too, we're very pleased.
WIll from NYC– Verified Buyer
Works great and will keep your TV stable has it wont fall, just dont put nothing over 32 inch TV because it will fall with a push of a finger
Flat Panel TV Stand Delivers.....
RWF3 from NYC
The product is easy to assemble and looks great.
dj from Ft. Worth TX
[...]my husband was skeptical of my purchase, but was very impressed. Bought for workout room. 37" TV fits perfectectly..didn't need any extra pieces as some of the other consumers needed. Looks to be a basic mount. I wish the legs of it didn't take up so much room, but I understand if they were smaller, they would not support such a large TV, so totally happy!
Lumina Flat Panel Stand - AWESOME
Lexie from Gambrills, MD
The guys from the big box store who came out to install all my components on the stand were very very impressed with this stand. One asked where I got it and how much itwas. When I told him the price [...], he was amazed. After the installation, my "geeks" thought the whole setup was "sweet" and believe me, it is! Thanks.
Give it a B as a tradeshow stand.
George from New York City
Got this to hold a monitor and laptop for giving demos at tradeshows. It's sturdy and attractive. It's lighter than most monitor stands (still 60 lbs, but that's better than others) which is helpful for shipping. And the price is way cheaper than monitor stands from tradeshow booth companies.The main drawback is that the table does not extend far enough out from under the monitor, which makes it a bit awkward to reach the laptop - not impossible, but it would be easier if the table extended further. If you were just putting a DVD player on there you'd be fine.One other issue is that the pole extends only high enough to hold the monitor at eye level. That works OK for our application - close-in demos. But if you wanted the monitor to be high enough to be visible from a distance, this stand would not be the right way to go. [...] I had custom boxes made for shipping. There are quite a few pieces to assemble, which is not ideal for tradeshow use. But the boxes I had made let us keep many of the pieces together after the first assembly, so repeat assembly is going to be pretty easy. While I'm happy with the end-result as far as shipping and assembly, it took a fair bit of work to get it to that state.