The Lakeland Media Console is a quality, crafted piece of furniture in the style of old Mission. The fine-furniture grade construction can be seen throughout the piece and is enhanced by the beautiful Premium Oak finish. Around the firebox are real pieces of slate, creating a textured element that brings visual intrigue to the fireplace mantel. You'll spend many evenings watching your favorite programs on your flat screen televisions - The Lakeland can hold televisions up to 58" in size.
The central firebox creates a life-like wood burning fire appearance with the SpectraFire Plus flame technology. This firebox lets you choose from 5 different flame color options as well as 5 brightness and flame speeds for a truly customized look. The integrated infrared heater creates supplemental heat for rooms up to 1000 Sq. Ft, keeping you comfortable and warm on even the coolest of nights. An on-screen digital display easily navigates you through all the available functions: flame brightness, temperature, on/off timer. And added feature of this unit is Safer Plug. This feature, automatically powers down the heater if it reaches a certain temperature or overheats, protecting your outlet and heater from damage.
Powerful infrared heater - 1,000 Sq. Ft. of heating
SpectraFire Plus flame technology - 5 color options, 5 brightness settings and 5 flame speeds
Stunning slate surround & beveled base
Easily holds up to a 65-in television
Built-in wire management for hiding unsightly cords
Mission style complements most decors
Beautiful premium oak finish
Safer Plug technology - Automatic shutoff if plug becomes too hot
60" W x 39.75" H x 20.25" D
Center Opening: 52.5" W x 7.25" H x 17" D
Side Cabinets: 9.5" W x 25.5" H x 15.5" D
Comments about ClassicFlame Lakeland Infrared Media Console in Premium Oak - 28MM6307-O107:
This product arrived quicker (4 days) than I expected with no issues involving delivery-the truck driver wheeled it into my garage. It comes in 2 packages:the firebox only weighing 35 lbs but the furniture part weighing 185. (sounds like a harmless number when you are ordering online-until you try to move it) The next part was interesting to say the least: my husband bringing it into the house. He put it on an appliance dolly we own, managed to hoist it up the one step into the front door, but after seeing the brute force it took him to get it up that one step, I quickly realized he would never make it up the next 5 steps without blowing a blood vessel! (you should know that my husband is 56 yr old, 6'3" 195 lbs and used to doing everything with his brute strength) This time honored strategy of his was no match for this package. (Did I mention it is the size of a coffin for a large adult?) Seeing my husbands face swell to a cherry red scared me, prompting me to think outside HIS box-leave it there on the landing, uncrate it, and carry it upstairs piece by piece! (Did I mention the landing was barely big enough to lay the package down, let alone open it up?) Well... we managed, and might I say, alot better than if he had attempted those 5 steps! Moral of the story: uncrate it in your garage/porch/outdoors and carry it in piece by piece. You will still need 2 people to carry the top and bottom pieces as they are fully constructed and heavy. You also need 2 people to help assemble for the same reason: those 2 pieces have to be lifted by 2 people. My only real disappointment was seeing that the slate pieces surrounding the firebox are NOT of pristine quality. Some looked like they were scratched with deep long scratches/gouges, which at first I thought was damage, but after seeing how many 'IMPERFECTIONS" there were, decided this may be their way of making it look realistic.(I'm still not sure of which it is, but quite frankly-are you really going to take something like this all apart,re-crate and ship it back? I DON'T THINK SO! Even if they offered to ship me replacements for those 3 pieces, I wouldn't dare ask my husband to de-contruct and re-construct it all over again!) Now that it is altogether and sitting underneath the 46" TV, quite frankly, you don't even notice the slate's boo boos.The only snafu during assembly was finding 2 matching pieces mis-labeled, which was easy to figure out. (luckily realized before he screwed them into place) These were the 2 side pieces that hold the door hardware/hinges: easy to realize they were backwards if you followed the directions. Overall, I am satisfied with the purchase, just for the money, I expected slate to be better quality-but then it IS made in china! I can still remember when furniture grade REALLY meant furniture grade. Thanks for reading my expose'! (by the way-this is the first online review I have ever written!)
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend