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Height Adjustable Podium with Pneumatic Gas Spring, 42" to 54" Height Range - Black

variable height
Secondary Color: Black
Jewel Mahogany
  • Adjustable height provides comfort for many presenters
  • Pneumatic assist in raising and lowering reading surface
  • 42"-52" high accommodates people of 5'2"-6'4"
$758.10 / Each (USD)
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Description

Speaker Podium with Variable Height Adjustment - Black Finish

Have you ever seen a speaker who looked awkward behind a podium? Were they stooping to read their notes? Did they struggle to see out to their audience? Well that is why we are proud to introduce a speaker podium with an adjustable height.

This quality unit is modeled after our popular contemporary lecterns. The spacious working surface measures 26.75" wide x 16.75" deep. This shelf can accommodate most any material needed for your presentation. The black finish wood bottom and reading shelf complement the styling of this lecterns black anodized aluminum uprights. The front and rear panels are formica trim panels that snap into the aluminum uprights without the use of tools. This lectern adjusts from 42-54 inches in overall height.

Specifications

SKU LCADJBLK
Overall Width x Depth 26.8" x 16.8"
Overall Height Range, (inches) 42.0, 54.0
Line or Series The Workshop
Weight 80.0lbs
Material Aluminum, Wood
Color Black
Secondary Color Black
Placement Style Floor Standing
Features Adjustable Height

Ordering Information

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Overall 5 out of 5 | 1 review


5 / 5
Podium for HOA
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I love the ease at which it raises and lowers, it can be moved easily with little effort. The only problem with it was that the panels do NOT slide into the side slots. We finally got the front panels in but the back panel just would not go in. Since the whole thing is black and it's the back part, facing the speaker, we decided not to worry about it. It just covers the screw heads anyway....

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