SONGMICS Lockable Jewelry Cabinet Wall Door Mounted Jewelry Armoire W/ LED Light Real Glass Mirror White

March 20, 2017 - Comment

The SONGMICS Jewelry Armoire is the perfect way to organize your precious jewelries, cosmetics and accessories. No need to search for the loosing earrings or untangle the mixed up necklaces anymore! Durable MDF material contributes to the sturdy construction. Soft velvet lining protects your jewelries from scratches. Lockable cabinet with keys help protect your jewelries.

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The SONGMICS Jewelry Armoire is the perfect way to organize your precious jewelries, cosmetics and accessories. No need to search for the loosing earrings or untangle the mixed up necklaces anymore! Durable MDF material contributes to the sturdy construction. Soft velvet lining protects your jewelries from scratches. Lockable cabinet with keys help protect your jewelries. Large front mirror, 4 wavy LED lights and large storage space make your daily dressing up much easier. Elegant and spacing-saving design is ideal for your bedroom, closet, or bathroom! No assembly required, mount it on the wall or hang it over the door, just do as you like! If you are looking for a jewelry cabinet, this is a great choice!

Specification:
– Color: White
– Material: Real Glass Mirror, Quality MDF Frame, Soft Velvet Lining
– Product Dimension: 14 5/8″L x 4 6/8″W x 47 2/8″H (37 x 12 x 120cm)
– Product Weight: 27.3lb (14kg)
– Assembly Required: No

Package Contents:
– 1 x Jewelry Armoire
– 1 x Pack of Screws
– 2 x Door Hooks
– 2 x Double Side Tapes
– 1 x Key
– 1 x Instruction

Note:
– The thickness of the door should be more than 4 cm.
– The maximum opening angle of the door is 120゜.
– Please remove batteries when the LED lights are not used for a long time.
– Fragile! Please handle the cabinet carefully to avoid mirror toppling or breaking.

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