TV Stand, Fits Monitors 20”-80”, 2 AV Shelves, Wheels, Crank Adjustable – White
- Height Range Between 50.5” and 66.25” Tall
- Constructed of Steel, MDF, and Melamine Materials
- Tilting Bracket Fits 30” – 80” Screens Up to 110 lbs.
- Locking Caster Wheels
- 30” Wide AV Shelves Hold Up to 33 lbs. Each
Crank Adjustable TV Cart Between 50.5” and 66.25” Tall
This crank adjustable TV stand changes height with ease and is ideal for office applications, presentations, and more! The frame is constructed of durable steel and the shelves are manufactured with MDF and a melamine top, creating a professional, clean, and long lasting monitor stand for commercial use. Specially made from Luxor, the handle controls the height range of the flat panel TV stand and makes it easy to change the bracket position between 50.5” and 66.25” tall. Large AV shelves accompany the office cart with a tilting bracket to help store media equipment such as DVD players and wifi adapters. Securely fits 30” to 80” flat panel monitors on this TV stand that are up to 110 lbs in weight. On each of the shelves, users can stack 33 lbs. of media equipment!
|Overall Width x Depth||30.0" x 28.5"|
|Height Range Min. x Max.||50.5" x 66.3"|
|Material||Steel, Melamine, MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard)|
|Placement Type||Floor Standing|
|Features||Wheels, Tilting, Lockable, Adjustable Height|
|Top Shelf Width x Depth||30.0" x 14.3"|
|Lower Shelf Width x Depth||30.0" x 13.2"|
|VESA Size||200x200, 600x400|
|Min Monitor Size||30"|
|Max Monitor Size||80"|
|Max Monitor Weight||110.0lbs|
|Lower Shelf Clearance||19.5"|
|Shelf Capacity||33.0 lbs.|
|Top Shelf Clearance||19.5"|
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WARNING: This product can expose you to Formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
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|Quantity||Price Each (USD)|
|1 - 4||$737.99|
|5 - 15||$719.99|
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Posted 4 years ago by Ben S.