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Fellowes will be shipping in November a line of towers that includes mesh, wire and mixed material construction.
A mesh CD A-Frame Tower offers a "unique" knockdown design in black or silver colors. It has a 30-CD capacity and can act as a speaker stand. Suggested retail for both color models is $9.99.
A Wire DVD/CD Tower from Fellowes displays titles vertically slotted. The wire is black and comes assembled for storage of 60 CDs, at a suggested retail of $14.99, and 40 DVDs, at $17.99.
A 120-CD spinner that is double wide has a suggested $19.99 retail, while an 80-DVD tower that is double wide is available for a suggested $24.99 retail.
The company's Mixed Material Multi-Media Tower uses tan and black as predominant colors with wire to match a T-wood line introduced earlier this year. The unit, which matches most home décor is knockdown and has a suggested $24.99 retail for the 40-DVD size and $29.99 for the 80-DVD size.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.