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Alba freestanding literature display

Viking Number Q26-5078196

Space-saving communication

Provide a contemporary backdrop to your glossy brochures without taking up too much of your floor space.

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(£202.80 incl. VAT)
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Space-saving communication

• Share all your marketing material more effectively with this large-capacity Alba literature display, featuring smart, sturdy construction and four castors for easy mobility

• Five high capacity metal shelves for side-by-side display of three 24 x 32 documents

• Each shelf holds the equivalent of 3 x 350-sheets of 80gsm paper

• Superb mobility thanks to four multi-directional castors, two of which feature lock brakes

• Supplied flat-packed for easy self-assembly

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Viking Number 5078196 
Brand Alba 
Capacity 350 x Sheet - Per Shelf 
Colour black 
Fill depth per compartment 1050 mm 
Landscape or Portrait Portrait 
Manufacturer Part No DD5GM 
Material Metal, ABS Plastic 
Package Contents Seperator ALBA DD5GM Large mobile literature display with 5 shelves. Package 140H x 800W x 960L mm 11.6KG 
Product Type Mobile literature display 
Self-Assembly Yes 
Shelf Format 330mm H x 720mm W 
shelf lip 3.5 cm 
Size A4 
Unit Each 
Warranty Manufacturer Alba 
Warranty Period 3 Years 
Weight 11100 g 
What's in the Box Fixing kit included 
EAN 3129710009275 
Alba freestanding literature display
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Alba freestanding literature display reviews verified by Reevoo

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Scores 7.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
7 out of 10


Lutpn GB
Looks good and does what the description says
Lugs at back of shelves very poor quality fell of while fitting we had to glue them back on
Confirmed purchase: 16 June 2014
Published on: 11 July 2014
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