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BalanceBox 400 height adjustable flat panel wall mount for tv and

Price: AED 1,500.00 + AED 10.00 shipping
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  • Manual height adjustable mount  Perfect solution for displays 42-86 inches  Vertical movement up to 400 mm (15.75" )  Remain standing in any position  Compact design  Load capacity from 60 Kg to 95 kg  Easy movement with only a light hand touch, no electricity neededDimensions : W 620 mm X H 670 mm X D 95 mm  Weight 23,9 kg  Material : Stainless Steel

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  • Item Weight : 26 Kilograms
  • Date First Available : 5 February 2019
  • Manufacturer : Balancebox

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BalanceBox 400 Manual height adjustable mount   
BalanceBox is a manually operated system based on our patented spring tension technology. Unique, fast and user-friendly as no electric connection is needed. The BalanceBox manual mounts gives you ultimate comfort, is extremely reliable and safe. Together with our complete range of accessories we can offer the optimal solution. BalanceBox 400  


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