QRT41E

Quartet Flipchart Stand

64.0" Height - Wood - Oak

Reg. Price $58.31

Our Price $44.39 Each

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Natural finish hardwood display easel offers sturdy support ledge with nonadjustable 24" long crossbar support. Design accommodates various sizes of boards, graphics and posters. Lightweight tripod easel easily disassembles for storage.

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SKU
QRT41E
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
41E
Brand Name
Quartet
Product Type
Flipchart Stand
Color
Browns
Weight (Approximate)
4.00 lb
Recycled
No

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Quartet Flipchart Stand
 
3.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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1.0

Absolutly Horrible!!!!!!!!

By pam1229

from Pennsylvania, USA

Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

THIS IS HORRIBLE! Its was almost impossible to put together. Directions did not help AT ALL, I do not recommend this to anyone. I needed it for a work meeting and was disappointed. Thank God I didn't wait to put it together there, because we wouldn't have been able to use it. Doesn't give a clear description of where to put the chalk and pad holder. Yeah....its light but its also a piece of junk.

 
4.0

Good looking. Was very difficult to assemble.

By Yogib

from New York City, N Y

Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

I just spent over an hour doing a job that should have taken 10-15 minutes. The problem was that the picture in the instructions does NOT match the actual product. See Figure B. The picture shows a tapered center leg --- it is not. It has a square end. The two side legs are shown as "square ends" --- they are tapered! It is very frustrating to carefully follow instructions which are flawed. I do recommended this product.....hoping that the instructions might be fixed. I am a Trustee of a NYC landmark home - I purchased the easel as a small gift for the home.

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5.0

Nice looking hardwood easel

By picasso123

from Brownsville, TX, USA

Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

This easel has a professional finish, not just raw wood, so it can be used to display artwork. It is sturdy and will hold paintings up to 30 lb.

 
5.0

Great product

By hr14

from Chicago, IL

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Comments about Quartet Flipchart Stand:

Works as it should. Nice, classy look. A bit wobbly because it's light but that's a good thing too, makes it easy to carry.

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