Literature Pocket For A-Frame Sign, Adjustable Divider, Business Card Slot - White

White Wire Literature Pocket for A-Frame Sign Attachment
Color: White
Black
  • Steel Wire Construction
  • Sliding Divider
  • Includes Card Pocket
  • No Assembly Required
  • Compatible With Most Sandwich Boards
$10.56 / Each (USD)
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Description

White Wire Literature Pocket For A-Frame Sign With Card Holder

This white wire literature pocket for A-frame sign helps strengthen the reach and versatility of your display stands in only a matter of seconds. Restaurants can promote their daily specials on their sidewalk board while also giving passerby a chance to look over their to-go menus with this metal basket. Whether you’re looking to or a trade show presenter, teacher, small business owner, etc., this literature pocket with business card holder helps you make the most of your space. Holding material up to 8.5” x 11”, use this attachment on your A-frame display stands for brochures, magazines, flyers, catalogues, and more. Adjustable hanging and horizontal support bars make this metal basket compatible with most sandwich boards. The interior length of the A-frame's side hinge must be at least 7" long for the literature pocket to attach properly.

Specifications

SKU ABASKETWH
Overall Width x Height x Depth 10.3" x 13.0" x 5.1"
Width Range, (inches) 10.3, 17.0
Overall Height Range x (inches) 9.9" x 13.0"
Weight 2.0lbs
Material Steel Wire
Color White
Finish Powder-Coated
Placement Style Hanging
Features Adjustable Pocket Divider, Ships Fully Assembled, Adjustable Height
Small Pocket Width x Height x Depth 4.1" x 2.3" x 2.0"
Large Pocket Width x Height x Depth 9.0" x 8.0" x 1.8"
Pocket Type Multi-Pocket
Number of Pockets 2

Ordering Information

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Minimum Order Quantity
We are unable to accept orders for less than 3 units.

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