Mercury 3 shelf TV Unit, Clear Glass Was £105 Now £26.25 @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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"This Mercury TV unit is made from glass complete with a chromed frame. It features 3 shelves that enable storage of your audio visual components. The maximum television size you can place on this unit is 42" with a maximum weight of 50kgs. It requires self assembly."
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JaRocks28;6219154


Fine to repost being a month old and £3 cheaper :)
#3
:thumbsup:
#4
Does anyone know whether the 120cm width is the front back or middle?

The stand seems to be wider at the front than the back.
#5
No where on hide all those cables!
#6
Dont mind messy cables as long as the quality of stand is good, anyone have this?
#7
But all those cables must spoil the look of the tables, anyone got any tips on minimizing the spoil?
Hot by the way!
#8
http://www.wirralpattesting.co.uk/images/cable%20tidy.jpg

these type cable tidys are cheap!
#9
Hancock
But all those cables must spoil the look of the tables, anyone got any tips on minimizing the spoil?
Hot by the way!


You can pick up cable tidy in pound shops - basically encases multiple cables in a black or grey shroud.

edi
Fine to repost being a month old and £3 cheaper :)


What are the rules on reposts - for instance I used a year old voucher code which was meant to give 5% off & it gave closer to 8% (it also mentioned an end date which has long gone in the post) - I did give it a bump, but most people look at the hot or new tabs.
#10
Hancock
But all those cables must spoil the look of the tables, anyone got any tips on minimizing the spoil?
Hot by the way!


One option is to run them inside ducting stuck on the back edge of the shelves( or the cables ties as above).

Another is to make a back plate* that matches the wall and run everything behind that.

* a bit like a radiator cabinet but thinner so it just sticks a few cm away from the wall.
#11
worth buying a couple and selling on ebay?
#12
anyone know the shelf height for these?

really tempted but I need to know my HTPC will fit on a shelf
#13
getmore4less
One option is to run them inside ducting stuck on the back edge of the shelves( or the cables ties as above).

Another is to make a back plate* that matches the wall and run everything behind that.

* a bit like a radiator cabinet but thinner so it just sticks a few cm away from the wall.


I did think of that sometime ago, My tv is on the wall in a alcove (about 60" wide).
My plan was to go up to height of the tv and put in place a backing that could take all the cables.
#14
gardinerbhoy
worth buying a couple and selling on ebay?


No, I hope your joking lol!
Shipping would be rather expensive, and nobody would buy them really.
#15
Gah.. so wish it had some sort of frosted pane at the back.. for hiding cables.

You can coil cables up as much as you like.. it'll become tiresome to keep uncoiling it everytime you adjust something :)

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