QRT200E

Quartet Duramax Flipchart Stand

72.0" Height - Plastic - Gray

Reg. Price $481.17

Our Price $234.84 Each

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Virtually indestructible flip chart easel always looks like new because it resists stains and scratches. Easel is made of molded, high-density polyethylene plastic. Easily collapse and stack several units together for storage and transport. Pedestal base slides into the easel, making it easy to stack, store and transport. Easel features a spring-loaded pad retainer, molded handgrips and large accessory compartment. Carrying case is sold separately.

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SKU
QRT200E
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
200E
Brand Name
Quartet
Product Type
Flipchart Stand
Color
Grey
Features
Scratch Resistant
Additional Information

Adjusts from 39" to 72" High

Recycled
No

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    What size paper does this flip chart hold?
    Asked on 6/17/2016 by Bowe from Philadelphia, PA

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      It can hold up to 27"W x 34"H sized paper

      Answered on 6/17/2016 by Sophia from LDStaff
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Quartet Duramax Flipchart Stand
 
4.0

(based on 6 reviews)

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1.0

Poorly designed hinges

By Anonymous

from Colorado

Comments about Quartet Duramax Flipchart Stand:

We own two of these and the top hinges are a very poor design. The pin holding the hinge together comes out very easy, causing the whole thing to come loose and the small torsion spring to fall out. After just TWO uses, one of them lost one of the pins and torsion spring, and calling customer service I was told they do not sell a replacement part for this. So we now have a several hundred dollar piece of junk that we can no longer use, AFTER TWO USES. I tried contacting hardware stores to see if I can find a replacement spring with no luck. It's a special spring. So not only can I not get a replacement from Quartet/ACCO, I also can not find this specific spring anywhere. I'm sorry but there is no way I will ever recommend this specific product to anyone. Very poor design on those hinges and no way to get it fixed either.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hard to collapse!

By Donnas

from Minnesota

Comments about Quartet Duramax Flipchart Stand:

I love the stability of this easel, but as a small woman, I have a difficult time getting it to collapse for transportation. Suggestions?

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great easel

By blmblm

from TEXAS

Comments about Quartet Duramax Flipchart Stand:

If you are looking for a sturdy easel that you can quickly break down small and put away, then this is the easel for you.

(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

flimsy

By Stacey67

from San Luis Obispo, CA, USA

Comments about Quartet Duramax Flipchart Stand:

It's foldable good for storage but feels unstable!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best easel ever

By Kate24

from Cleveland, OH, USA

Comments about Quartet Duramax Flipchart Stand:

I have had a number of easels in our training center, but this is by far the best, I especially like the stability as I found many tripod-style boards tip easily. It is easy to open and close and provides space for pens and erasers. Well done.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Lightweight and easy to set up

By KarenM

from Chicago, IL, USA

Comments about Quartet Duramax Flipchart Stand:

I love this product. Now I know Quartet also makes other easels but this one is lightweight and you just pull it up, pull the legs out and you are set to go. I have a conference center in my facility where we do over 1,000 meetings a year and this is my product of choice. When staff members need an easel they will always ask for this one over the others we stock because even if they are taking it out to make a presentation it is easy to use and fits in their trunk.

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