Studio Designs Graphix II Pro Line - drawing table - angled top 100x76cm + fixed side shelf 29x76cm - adjustable height

Studio Designs Graphix II Pro Line - drawing table - angled top 100x76cm + fixed side shelf 29x76cm - adjustable height
Graphix II Pro Line by Studio Designs Split Top Height Adjustable Drafting Desk is built for multitasking.
The dual top surface creates space for drawing on an angle adjustable top while the side top provides room for a laptop or supplies.
The durable, heavy-gauge steel construction is built to last.
Adjust the height of the table to fit your needs.
The workstation features an angled top, flat top and pencil tray. The 2,5cm thick tops are durable. The two storage drawers can hold paper and art supplies and keep your workspace organized.

Overall Dimensions: 137x80x98cm
• Dual Top Surface for Versatility
• Angled Top: 100x76cm Adjusts from Flat to 30 Degrees
• Fixed Side Shelf: 29x76cm
• Height Adjustment: 77,5cm – 98cm
• Heavy Duty, 2,5cm Thick, Top and Side Shelf
• Two Lift Mechanisms for Greater Support
• Two Laminate Drawers Provide Storage
• Heavy Gauge Steel Construction for Durability
• Pencil Tray: 106,5x3,8cm
• Wide Floor Levelers for Stability
• Weight Limit: Top 22,68kg | Side Shelf: 11,34kg
Studio Designs Graphix II Pro Line - drawing table - angled top 100x76cm + fixed side shelf 29x76cm - adjustable height
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