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Professional Piranha U-Frame Easel 1103H x 710Wmm

Viking Number Q28-2625167

Put these professional flipchart easels to the test; write away

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£119.00
Each
(£142.80 incl. VAT)

Description

Put these professional flipchart easels to the test; write away

RELIABLE. Durable construction including front, U-shaped bar and supportive cross-brace for maximum stability while writing. Find the perfect fit with flexible, three-setting height options.

Secure. Hold any standard size flipchart pad with adjustable hooks and pad clamp for easy sheet tear-away.

SELF-CONTAINED. Store markers and accessories in the spacious accessory tray that conveniently flips closed to secure contents while the board moves from room to room.

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Specifications

Viking Number 2625167 
Colour Silver / Blue 
Communication Type Two way 
Dimensions 1,000 (H) X 700 (W) X 1,300 (D) mm 
Height Adjustable Height Adjustable 
Magnetic Yes 
Manufacturer Part No 1901919 
Printability Printable 
Type of Feet Folding Frame 
Unit Each 
Warranty Manufacturer ACCO Brands Corporation 
Weight 17600 g 
What's in the Box Piranha Dry Erase Board Easel, Folding Pen Tray, Flip-Up Clamp 
Brand Acco 
EAN 5028252170901 
Professional Piranha U Frame Easel 1103H x 710Wmm
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Reviews

Professional Piranha U-Frame Easel 1103H x 710Wmm reviews verified by Reevoo

Value for money
9.0
Overall rating
8.0
Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
8 out of 10

Craig

Gerrards Cross GB Sales & Marketing Consultant
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Easy to set up, robust with excellent features
There is a clear plastic horizontal slide which I can see breaking at some point. The flipchart doesn't require it.
Confirmed purchase: 21 January 2015
Published on: 11 February 2015
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