"qd-box", Curio, Black

"qd-box Curio-style with sliding glass front and back cover

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Description & Features+

The Curio-style "qd-box" comes in a larger, more rectangular size than our original "qd-box" storage cubes and features a middle shelf and a sliding glass front as well as a sliding back panel.

Although this "qd-box" variety does not have the patented stacking method of the original "qd-box", there are many stacking and design options with this as well.

Due to the fact that you can access each Curio-"qd-box" from the front or back, it is excellent for stacking and creating a dividing partition in a room or office where you need flexible access.

In addition, you have the option of displaying items by using the glass front or you can "hide" items, which you don't want to display, by using the sliding back panel.

  • versatile
  • mix and match to show glass front or back panel
  • glass and back panel slide left or right
  • display items or "hide" items stored
  • unlimited stacking options
  • hardware included
  • easy set-up
  • easy to rearrange into different storage styles

Assembled product dimensions: L 31.50 inches x W 20.00 inches x H 5.00 inches x W 37.00 pounds


Assembled Height
5 in
Assembled Length
31.5 in
Assembled Weight
37 lb
Assembled Width
20 in
Quagga Designs
Supplier Warranty Length
1 month
Product Identifiers
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Ratings & Reviews+

"qd-box", Curio, Black is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No. No instructions, no cam covers, two holes in the top and a giant slit in the bottom (which is about 3/4 inch wide x 19 inches long, tapering to 1/4 inch wide at the bottom, big enough to admit the bolt shafts. In other words, there's a huge hole in the bottom. (This opening did not need to be 19 inches long, a couple of slots maybe 1 inch each would have done the trick here) that don't show in any of the product pictures (the holes/slit are used to feed two bolts through for stacking these units.) Laminate incompletely glued on several edges. Unit comes with four small cylindrical feet. Screws for feet missing (used 1" screws for these). Routered slit shows raw particle board, as do the slots for holding front and back. The glass has no indentation so fingertips can't be used to easily pull it back and forth. Glass is one piece, so there's a limit how far you can pull this out (about 3/4 of its length). The sliding back is the typical hardboard/cardboard used for backing flat-pack furniture; but a bit heavier. Edges on this are unfinished. You'll need a touch-up pen to fill in all the particle board that shows, and invent some way to cover the cams. This came with 8 small laminated pieces of board, approx. 4 x 4 inches by 1/8 inch thick. What these are for, I have no idea. The manufacturer emailed the instructions on request. I had already assembled the unit, but I'd hoped to get some idea of what these things are to be used for. Nothing in the instructions. I assume they might be intended to cover the giant slit in the bottom (badly, because there's no way they would stay in place). This thing might do if you have something to display that you won't be touching or moving around much. Access is awkward. The plastic shelf supports are unstable and fall out. I replaced these with metal supports left over from another flat-pack. I see no way to install this on a wall, so the bottom unit will be close to the floor. You will always have the two bolt-holes showing on the top. There's the germ of a good idea here, either for curio display or maybe a stacking glass-front bookcase, but the design needs serious tweaking, and much more attention to detail during manufacturing is required. At least cam covers should have been supplied, as well as hole fillers for the bolt holes in the top.
Date published: 2015-04-08
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