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Laserline is introducing wire towers that feature contemporary styles in a black finish with a compact and organized design. The slanted open shelves offer ease of access, with capacities ranging from 30 to 160 CDs and 20 to 120 DVDs.
Towers allot space for CD and DVD box sets and multi-disc magazines. These are designed for assembling ease, with a three-section knockdown. Heights range from nearly 15 inches for the DVD20MTWireB to 40 inches for the CD80TwireB.
The DVD20MTWireB holds 20 DVDs, while the CD30MTWireB holds 30 CDs, both at a suggested $6.99 retail. The CD80TwireB holds 80 CDs for a suggested $17.99 retail. The DVD60TWireB, designed for 60DVDs, has a suggested $19.99 retail.
At $27.99, Laserline's CD160TwireB holds 160 CDs, and at $32.99, the DVD120TWireB holds 120 DVDs.
Dimensions are 6.5 inches by 10.15 inches by 40 inches for the CD80, and 12.25 inches by 10.25 inches by 40.25 inches for the CD160. The DVD60 is 8.93 inches by 9.65 inches by 39.37 inches, while the DVD120 is 17.25 inches by 9.85 inches by 39.25 inches. The CD30 is 5.5 inches by 5.75 inches by 16 inches, and the DVD20 is 8.38 inches by 5.5 inches by 14.75 inches.
Availability of all towers was scheduled for Sept. 1.
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