Truss Lectern with Interior Shelf, Open Front - Black
- Steel 4-Post vertical truss stand has a black finish.
- Podium is 46-7/8” tall for a comfortable presentation height.
- Lectern has (1) shelf for holding items during presentation.
Open Front Black Steel Podium has (1) Shelf
This open front black steel podium, also called a metal lectern, can be used in different sized auditoriums. Each speakers stand features a truss design. The open front black steel podium is constructed from durable aluminum body with a steel base and top. This lectern features a flat base for easily moving the stand around a room. Each open front black steel podium has a textured finish. Any conference room or recreational facility will look more presentable with the speaker is using this stand. The tall lectern, open front black steel podium is 46-7/8” tall. This stand is at a comfortable height for most speakers.
Each open front black steel podium is ideal for convention centers or school lecture halls. This metal constructed lectern has (1) shelf. The open front black steel podium’s shelf is 10-1/2”w x 10-1/2”d, giving ample room for drinks, tissues, or even additional notes. Each speakers stand has a large base. The open front black steel podium base is 25”w x 15-3/4”d for added stability. This speaker stand features a metal reading surface which is 25”w x 16-3/4”d. Each open front black steel podium gives the presenter ample room for holding notes. The lectern top also has a 1-1/8” thick lip for securing presentation materials.
|Overall Width x Height x Depth||27.8" x 46.9" x 16.8"|
|Shelf Width x Depth||10.5" x 10.5"|
|Base Width x Depth||25.0" x 15.8"|
|Placement Type||Floor Standing|
|Top Surface Width x Depth||25.0" x 16.8"|
|Book Stop Depth||1.1"|
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