8-Tiered Acrylic Magazine Wall Rack, 8.5"w, 16 Pockets - Clear
wall magazine storage
Number of Pockets: 16
8 24 32
  • Molded Impact Resistant Plastic is Laser-Cut for Precision
  • Easy to Install Fixture Comes with Z Bar and all Mounting Hardware
  • Clear Full-Vision Bins have Low Overlap for Visibility

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$162.99 / Each (USD)

Description

8-Tier Acrylic 16-Pocket Magazine Rack For Waiting Rooms or Lobbies

This 8-tier acrylic 16-pocket magazine rack comes with a Z-bar and all hardware required to mount the unit on walls or other vertical surfaces. This wall mounted clear display fixture is made from impact-resistant plastic that makes the file, catalog or magazine holder ideal for use in high traffic public areas. The multi-tier acrylic 16-pocket magazine rack consists of two eight-bin columns with a full-vision overlap. The precision laser-cut displays have a front notch that may have a brownish tint from the cutting process. A plastic 16-pocket magazine rack with minimal overlap is a perfect solution for offices or businesses with limited floor or counter space. Each high visibility wall mounted unit is a great choice for holding reading material, sales literature, and even charts or files.

Specifications

SKU 2UPRM9FLX2
GTIN 840844126500
Overall Width x Height x Depth 18.2" x 68.0" x 4.8"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 8.6" x 9.4" x 1.1"
Line or Series The Workshop
Weight 10.0lbs
Material High Impact Acrylic
Placement Style Wall Mounted
Features Multi-Tiered
Color Clear
Pocket Type Multi-Pocket
Number of Pockets 16

Ordering Information

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CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS

prop 65 warning WARNING: This product can expose you to Ethyl Acrylate, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.

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