60 x 36 Glass Whiteboard for Wet or Dry Erase Markers
Bring your brainstorming ideas to life with this 60 x 36 glass whiteboard, which features a large writing panel. The tempered panel provides durability and safety for everyday use even in frequented environments. Steel standoffs hold the frameless glass whiteboard snug to the wall while providing a contemporary look. Each marker surface works with dry or wet erase pens making it a good choice for any business. The steel standoff mounted glass whiteboard can also be used to hold up papers or notes while you write. Keep your business organized and prepared with a marker surface like this which can be erased and reused and endless amount of times.
Please Note: The magnetic receptive backing is best used in conjunction with strong magnets such as neodymium.
Overall Width x Height x Depth
60.0" x 36.0" x 1.0"
Wet Erase, Dry Erase
36" x 60"
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By Charlotte C.
on August 23, 2020
This is a really lovely board and probably perfect for writing on. I mainly purchased to use the magnets, so do be advised, you need a really strong magnet for it. It's very slick and magnets that are not strong enough will slide down. Also, best to place something behind it, so it does not flex when writing on. It comes packaged with some foam inserts, and those work perfectly to reduce flex. I bought the largest size. They seemed to fix the hardware issue, because my hardware is just fine, although I would recommend a longer screw due to the weight.
Great board for the money, however it does have its issues. 1. The mounts are ****. Just order some better ones from here when you buy the board. They are $14 for the brushed aluminum ones that will actually hold the board on the wall. The cheap Chinese garbage that comes with the board are useless, and they use a weird hole size that you can't get wall anchors for. 2. There is a noticeable amount of flex when writing on the board. I am debating on creating a backing and frame for it to eliminate the flex, which would make my #1 issue above moot. The flex is not any worse than any other board that is mounted offset from the wall, but annoying none the less. 3. As others have said, cheap light duty magnets wont hold up. You will need some strong ones if that is that you plan to do. Regardless, I would recommend the board as they good to write on, wipe totally clean, don't ghost, and are good value for money. We will be buying more for some of our other offices.