2-Tiered Magazine Holder for Wall Mount, 2 Pockets Fit 8.5x11 Catalogs - Medium Oak

wood magazine rack
Color: Medium Oak
Light Oak Red Mahogany
Number of Pockets: 2
1 3 4 6
  • Fits 8.5 x 11 Magazines
  • 2-Tier Design Saves Wall Space
  • Clear Acrylic Front Panels for Viewing a Magazine's Front Cover

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$39.03 / Each (USD)

Description

Wood Magazine Rack - Medium Oak with Acrylic Front

Wood Magazine Rack - Double Pocket wall mounted magazine holder. This is designed to hold your magazines upright so the top corners don't fold over the pocket front. The back and sides are constructed of oak wood, finished in a medium oak stain. The front is clear acrylic. This is designed in a "waterfall" style; the 2 pockets are tiered one on top of each other. This gives you full visibility on the bottom pocket, and 8" unobstructed on the top pocket. The pockets are 9 1/2" wide x 11 3/4" high, ideal for your standard 8 1/2" x 11" magazines and literature. The acrylic front panels are 10.5" high 9.5" wide, with a 7.5" high dip in the middle. Included with this is the hardware needed to mount this to the wall.

Specifications

SKU WDAC2MO
Brand Wooden Mallet
GTIN 878963001521
Overall Width x Height x Depth 11.0" x 19.0" x 3.0"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 9.5" x 11.8" x 0.75"
Material Wood
Placement Style Wall Mounted
Features Multi-Tiered
Color Medium Oak
Pocket Type Multi-Pocket
Number of Pockets 2

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5 / 5
Great Item
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I ordered the magazine holder for exam rooms, and they are very sleek and were very easy to install. Would recommend this product to others, and will be ordering more.

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