N'FINITY Wine Rack Kit - 4 Column Curved Corner with Display


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  • Wine Enthusiast has developed N'FINITY Wine Racks
  • Many designers say these look even better than custom racking, though it is offered at a fraction of the price
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What is the measurement from the corner to the edge of the rack on each side?
Judy C on Jan 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 24" both directions but you should plan on 25" just to be safe.
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Challenging but what else is there?
I bought five of the N'FINITY wine rack components (two 5 column rack units, one solid 4 shelf corner/end unit, one curved 4 column corner rack, and one rectangular bin rack). All of them had problems; many of the problems were common, so I'm combining them all here: first, in summary, if you don't have a power screwdriver *and* a power drill, forget it; there is no way you could put them together with just a manual screwdriver, as the instructions state. Secondly, you need to be fairly strong (to pull misaligned pieces together and to lift and rotate the units during assembly) and also you need to be fairly handy with basic tools. In more detail: 1. It took almost one month to get them – much longer than I expected; 2. The instructions are terrible (you'll need to be good at guessing) and in some cases they're just plain wrong (e.g., they tell you to use the wrong screws, which can crack the wood); 3. One piece arrived broken. I am still waiting to hear back about a replacement; 4. **MOST** of the holes do not align -- you will need to drill (or re-drill) most of the holes (do all of them, to be safe); 5. Several holes are just plain missing; 6. Different length screws were labeled with the *same* letter code, so you will crack or pierce through the wood if you aren't watchful about such errors in the instructions; 7. The curved wood pieces (curved corner rack) don't come anywhere near aligning with the rest of the rack -- be careful here or you will break them during assembly; 8. The stain color doesn't match on some of the pieces. In short, although the design for these racks is good, and the pricing is OK, the quality control of their manufacture (in Malaysia) and their instructions, are both very poor. Are they worth buying? Yes. Why? Because you can't find anything else made of solid mahogany that is cheaper – and a custom cellar will cost you many times more. So I am actually considering buying two more units. If you are capable and careful, you can make these work; albeit with several hours of careful work...
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I purchased 2 corner units, 2 3-column display units, 1 solid diamond cube unit and 1 half height with table top to remodel our wine storage closet. All of the units arrived timely in great condition after shipment from NY to OR. The finish is fantastic. All of the units except for the corner units are high quality, assembled well and look great. Well worth the price. If I could have a do over, I would not buy the corner units. Although they are somewhat difficult to assemble, I could deal with that. The problem is they do not match the quality of the other units. I cut the curved trim in the middle to assemble so they would not crack because the curve did not match the curve of the rack. That results in a small gap in the center. In addition, the stain on the top and bottom trim pieces does not quite match the rest of the dark walnut color due to possibly being a different type of wood. These trim pieces also did not match up well with the vertical supports resulting in a few gaps where I could not use screws. It's OK but does not result in matching the quality of the other units. If I were to do over I would order more 3 or 5 column display units instead of the corner units and install them as corner units by matching the front corners together at a 90 degree angle. There would be wasted space in the corners but the units would look a lot nicer. I think Wine Enthusiast had a great idea with these curved corner units but can't produce the quality they could with the other units that only have straight lines. Just so I am clear, I would give the highest rating to all the N'finity units I purchased except for the corner units.
September 28, 2013
attractive but hard to assemble
Instructions are inadequate; difficult to assemble; pre-drilled holes sometimes do not line up.
November 2, 2011
Instructions and parts need corrections
The pre-drilled holes are too small for the screws included and creates splitting of of the wood. There is an inconsistency in the amount of screws noted in the instruction booklet versus what was needed.
March 9, 2013
over 6 years ago