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Customer Review for 3RTMZBRBK

3 / 5
Literature ≠ books?
on Verified Purchase
In general, the rack is making a great first impression, but the details disappoint. My biggest disappointment is that I thought I'd be able to display books. I figured if it could accommodate magazines it'd be plenty big enough, but the holders are shallow. Items have to be angled to get past the rack above it, then have to be bent to get when they hit the back of the rack. It's okay for pamphlets but not for books. Medium sized books will fit only in the top holders unless we lose the benefit of an entire level of holders. Smaller books and fit into lower racks, but then tend to fall out the sides when the rack is being moved. I'm going to experiment with electrical tape to make side 'rails' to keep small books and pamphlets from falling out. On the plus side, the wheels are great on a flat surface. The racks turn easily. Assembly was a breeze. The price was reasonable. I guess next time I'll make sure the rack is designed to display books.

Comments (1)
Hi Pam, We're sorry to hear you've had trouble with the literature display. This particular display was designed for brochures, leaflets, or magazines but we do currently have three rotating literature holders for books that may suit your needs. These can be seen by going to www.displays2go.com/C-530/ and selecting "for Books" under the product type. We're sorry for the confusing process and one of our customer care specialists will reach out to you to discuss further.

Posted 3 years ago by Displays2go


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