Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 66
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by steward the mirrored doors warped,
The mirrored doors warped after 3 weeks causing the hinges to bind and bend.
I Know, a piece of glass mirror can't bend right? well, these do.
September 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Gordon I do not recommend
Very cheap construction, perhaps that is to be expected. However it goes too far. All three doors are not flat, but curved concave as you look at them. Because of that, two of the doors strike the edge before closing. They can be closed, for now. They may not last long doing that. The shelf "hardware" and support holes could use better quality control, some are too loose. So far, one support fell out and I cannot find it. No spares were provided.
September 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by DKNB Cheap, Bad Quality
Quality is real bad, I should have spent the extra $100-$200 for a better medicine cabinet. It looks ok from the outside, but the inside is just cheap painted laminate. This should only be used at rental properties. I'm worried it won't last long and will have to hire someone to tear it down and replace it with another.
October 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Tom Don't buy this product
The mirrored doors warp! Purchased in March, by June all three doors were so warped they wouldn't close. There isn't much humidity where I live and there's a functioning exhaust fan & window in the bathroom, and a whole-house fan in the hallway just above the bathroom door. The folks at HD offered to replace the doors and told me that the warranty would apply for another 3 months. By August the three new doors were warped. The local HD folks told me to contact the Customer Satisfaction folks in Atlanta. They offered to replace the three doors with the same doors. I declined. They gave me $50 store credit and said to return the entire cabinet to HD and buy another one. I bought a metal one (twice the price) but when I returned the old one HD wouldn't reimburse me - they only offered Store Credit because the original purchase was in March. I guess I had been misinformed about the warranty. Since I had to pay my contractor TWICE I'm not happy.
September 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Sandy flawed mirrors again
This is the second mirrored cabinet I have purchased, PAID to have installed only to discover the mirrors are like something out of a carnival fun house. One panel will distort and elongate, another will do so in another way. I now have to either take each mirror off the cabinet that is screwed to the wall and try to get replacements that are not distorted or PAY someone again to take it down, get another and hope that the mirrors are not flawed. This is ridiculous. NOT HAPPY AT ALL.
September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Snwchik Mirrors are curved
We had to return this product because the mirrors are curved which distorts the image! We had bought the smaller versions which were very nice (and straight) but even when I checked the stock at Home Depot in the same size (3 other units) each of the mirrors was concave. When we returned it, the person who took the return also said she heard that complaint a lot, so it is definitely a defect in the product.
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bill medicine cabinet
We have only one problem with this medicine cabinet. When we unpacked it and installed it, the shelf support tabs were missing from the packaging. We need to have these support tabs sent to us or the cabinet (which is installed) is not very useful.
August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by HandyMandi I Can Write Better Instructions Than Glacier Bay
OK, a few tips from someone who just installed this cabinet. It does not come with good installation instructions, it might as well have come with none. First, make sure you remove the doors. The instructions do not tell you to do that, but unless you want to end up incredibly frustrated and possibly with broken glass in your bathroom, remove the doors. Also, the instructions tell you to drill four holes into the cabinet and predrill the holes into the wall. But there is no point in pre-drilling into the wall without the cabinet in place, because you won't be able to see the holes in the wall through the holes that you put into the cabinet when you go to line them up. So do this, have your helper hold the cabinet where you want it, then take a pencil and outline the corners. Put the cabinet down, then use a level and measuring tape to measure where your holes will be from the corner pencil marks. (We used the studs, so our holes were 9 inches in on the left, and 5 inches on the right. (We went 4 inches up/down from the top/bottom.)) Then take your measurements to your cabinet and drill the holes through the back of the cabinet. Then have your helper hold the cabinet back up against the wall, match up the corners, and drill through the holes that you had pre-drilled in the cabinet and on into the wall. Then put in the screws. The cabinet does not come with any hardware, which didn't bother me because the hardware that usually comes with these types of things tends to suck, so we used good quality wood screws that we had at the house. We initially tried to use cabinet screws, but our drill is a piece of junk so we could not get them in. Either way the cabinet feels very sturdy. I had no problems getting the shelves to stay put. I also had no problems getting the doors to line up when I screwed them back on. It's really just going to take a lot of patience and an extra person to help you. The total amount of time with the removing the doors, doing the measurements, lining up the cabinet, screwing it in, and replacing the doors ended up being about three hours. I had this same type of cabinet in my condo for five years and it looked just as good as new the day we sold our condo. So we'll see if this one holds up for as long as that one did.
April 16, 2016