Boltz CD-220 Racks & Stands

CD-220

Two CD-110's connected together and hung from one set of picture type wall hangers (2 per). Hangers install with one nail each and are rated at 200 lbs. total capacity, while loaded rack weighs approx. 75lbs. Hang the top rack on the second rail down, and hangers will be completely hidden when rack is full. CD-100's shipped pre-assembled, while connector rails shipped loose, and install in seconds by taking off and re-fastening 2 cap nuts on each side.

User Reviews (2)

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James Glowiak   AudioPhile [Aug 04, 2007]
Strength:

Simple and modern industrial concept. Options.

Weakness:

See above. Poor quality. Stampings are poor even for less China sources.

Very poor quality: stamping burrs - Below US junior high-school shop class standard in workmanship. No sale again.

Customer Service

I expect no response for the product will be disposed of.

Similar Products Used: Ikea. $10 comparison (2 parts). Simple. Sold.
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Jim V   [Jan 09, 2001]
Strength:

Looks nice. Holds CD's.

Weakness:

Wall hangers are useless. So are the sliding stops.

First, the metal horizontal rods on mine aren't straight. I live in an old house with plaster over wood lathe walls, so the hangers were useless. The nails go in at a steep downward angle and they don't go in very deep. They would barely even hold the weight of the rack. I wouldn't even trust these things in sheetrock. I made my own hangers and used screws going straight into the wall to hold it. The sliding stops don't hold the end CD's from falling over because they don't stand up straight. 2 points for the concept. The quality could have been better.

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