QRT2545B

Quartet Black Frame DuraMax Porcelain Whiteboard

60" Width x 36" Height - White Porcelain Surface - Black Aluminum Frame - Film - 1 Each

Reg. Price $621.99

Our Price $540.59 Each

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Durable, porcelain withstands heavy use with minimal cleaning required
Magnetic, dry-erase surface will not ghost, stain, scratch or dent
Black finish on aluminum frame matches most decor
Attached marker tray provides convenient storage for accessories
Included mounting hardware allows easy display in optimum location
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SKU
QRT2545B
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
2545B
Brand Name
Quartet
Product Type
Dry Erase Board
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Limited Warranty
Lifetime
Features
Magnetic
Shape
Rectangle
Certifications & Standards
TAA
Green Compliant
Yes
Package Contents
  • Black Frame DuraMax Porcelain Whiteboard
  • 4 x Dry-Erase Marker with Chisel Tip
  • Mounting Hardware
Recycled
No

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IT IS NOT 4 X 3 FEET

By FreddieMac2015

from NY

Comments about Quartet Black Frame DuraMax Porcelain Whiteboard:

It is 48 x 34.25 inches, not 48 x 36. I was wanting to place it next to the 2543B unit which is 3 x 2 feet, but turned sideways it would be 2 x 3. It is 36 inches, but that doesn't match the 34.25 inches of the other unit. I called Quartet support before purchasing to confirm dimensions, but they don't have exact dimensions (only the false, rounded off info on the web site).

 
5.0

Family investment

By MathFamily

from San Bernardino, CA, USA

Comments about Quartet Black Frame DuraMax Porcelain Whiteboard:

Bought the 3x5 because my fiancé is starting more advanced math and it makes examples easier. Decided on the DuraMax because I don't ever want to buy another board because of "ghosting." I installed it myself. Two people may or may not have made it easier. Installation was straight forward: Measure wall, mark and install anchors... hang board (center on wall), find studs and mark bottom of frame... remove board from wall and pre drill holes for lower frame support ... rehang with marker tray, tighten screws done! Only complaint was the metal wall anchors provided. I opted for plastic anchors I had in the garage because the fine thread machine screws (super cheap) stripped when advancing into the metal anchors. They probably stripped because when the anchor was pushed through the drywall the rounded anchor body that flares and grabs the wall was compressed (bent) such that it was now convex instead of concave (this would cause the metal to buckle inward toward the screw instead of outward toward the wall). I probably could have been super careful when advancing the anchor through the drywall holes, but once the second anchor stripped on me I figured why waste any more time. I had no idea how often we'd use the board for our son (7 year old) and am still very happy with the purchase. The black metal frame had a small dent on its face when it came out of the box, but once the board was hung it was not noticeable because of the flat black finish. We'll always wonder if the mahogany frame would have matched our furniture, but thought it was too big a risk because we were buying online. I bought my board through an authorized online vendor at a great price. The price was the lowest I could find with shipping and was apprehensive of whether or not I'd be able to register for the warranty. Fortunately, Quartet has a list of authorized vendors on their web page to reassure you the price and vendor are legit.

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