QRT27E

Quartet Flipchart Stand

10.00 lb Load Capacity - 63.0" Height - Steel - Black

Reg. Price $46.02

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Heavy-duty instant easel sets up in seconds and stays in place until you are ready to leave. This heavy-duty, but lightweight, black steel easel folds to fit inside a traveling case. Adjustable display holders lock into place anywhere along the easel legs and support posters, placards and small boards up to 10 lb. Full height is 63". Easel is 25" high when folded.

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SKU
QRT27E
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
27E
Brand Name
Quartet
Product Type
Flipchart Stand
Color
Black
Maximum Load Capacity
10.00 lb
Material
Steel
Weight (Approximate)
1.00 lb
Recycled
No

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Quartet Flipchart Stand
 
2.8

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Light, Easy, Portable

By Alicia

from Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

We use this easel for our travel dates - very portable, easy to collapse for moving. Very dependable.

 
5.0

Sturdy Easel!

By Betsy1

from Urbana, IL, USA

Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

We have three of these easels that we use. One of the brackets has broken as they are only plastic, however the company quickly stood behind their product and took care of the problem and replaced the broken part for us. Thank you!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Plastic supports to hold materials break

By Marketer

from Rapid City, SD

Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

I ordered several of these in hopes to use them many times for displaying materials at events, shows, meetings, etc. Most of the easels are now in the garbage after only a couple (at most) uses. Nearly all the plastic supports that hold materials broke very quickly. In most cases, simply moving them into position to hold items was enough for the back to snap. Disappointing to say the least.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Key element breaks

By Springfield801

from Springfield, IL, USA

Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

We second that first review, almost to a T. First year, no problems, used at a couple of events. Warranty expires in year 2. Brought out for same purposes and plastic (load bearing) arms break off as they are snapped into place, one right after the other. Even when we knew of hairline cracks and tried to be gentle they broke. Design flaw; suggest you look/spend for better product elsewhere.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Plastic Supports Break

By JWeb

from Wisconsin, USA

Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

Purchased 4 stands one year ago used 2 of them a few times worked great. Get them out this year to use all 4 plastic support clips break. (Clips that you rest your presentation boards on.) Customer service is sending me replacements, but I don't think they will last either. ????

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