Elite Progress Gas Strut Height Adjustable Double Bench Desk - (w) 1400mm x (d) 1600mm

Elite Progress Gas Strut Height Adjustable Double Bench Desk - (w) 1400mm x (d) 1600mm
Elite Progress Gas Strut Height Adjustable Double Bench Desk - (w) 1400mm x (d) 1600mm

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    Elite Progress Gas Strut Double Bench Height Adjustable Sit Stand Desk

    • Height adjustment via release lever.
    • Height adjustment 685mm-1185mm.
    • Includes horizontal cable tray.
    • Sliding top.
    • Self assembly

    Technical specifications

    Adjustable TypeManual
    AssemblySelf-Assembly
    BrandElite
    Depth1600 mm
    Desk ShapeRectangular
    Desk TypeHeight Adjustable
    Dimensions1400 x 685-1185 x 1600 mm
    FinishAsh
    Beech
    Cherry
    Grey
    Grey Oak
    Oak
    Walnut
    Wenge
    White
    Frame ColourBlack
    Silver
    White
    Frame TypeH-Frame
    Height685-1185 mm
    Includes PedestalsNone
    RangeProgress
    Warranty5 Year
    Width1400 mm

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    Assembly Instruuctions

    File Size: 1.35 MB

    Health Benefits

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