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H. Wilson Height-Adjustable Plastic Cart With Electrical Assembly, 42"H x 24"W x 18"D, Black
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H. Wilson Height-Adjustable Plastic Cart With Electrical Assembly, 42"H x 24"W x 18"D, Black

Item # 370203 OfficeMax # 24638108
3 open shelves are ideal for projectors, laptops, desktops and so much more
  • Shelves adjust from 16" to 42"H to best suit your needs.
  • Rugged plastic won't chip, warp, crack, dent, rust or peel.
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3 open shelves are ideal for projectors, laptops, desktops and so much more
  • Shelves adjust from 16" to 42"H to best suit your needs. 
  • Rugged plastic won't chip, warp, crack, dent, rust or peel. 
  • 4" rolling casters let you move it with ease from room to room.  2 casters feature a locking brake for more stability.
  • Integrated handle helps you move your equipment safely and effortlessly. 
  • Cart has a weight-rated capacity of 300lbs (evenly distributed). 
  • Includes a 3-outlet electric assembly with a 15-foot cord and 14-gauge wire. 

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Item # 370203 
Manufacturer # LPDUOE-B  
manufacturer H. Wilson Company
brand name H. Wilson
construction thermoplastic resin
furniture style commercial
number of adjustable shelves 1
total number of shelves 3
weight capacity 300 lb
number of locking casters 2
warranty length limited lifetime
assembly required Yes
dimensions 16"-42"H x 24"W x 18"D
cart type utility cart
furniture color Black

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Rated 3 out of 5?by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5?by Not so adjustable.... The description lists this product as adjustable. Basically it all depends on how you build it in the beginning. It comes with different length tubes. I seriously doubt once you put it together it can be changed. I bought it for use in my classroom thinking If my needs changed I could change the height. For the extra $20 it costs I would stick with the regular non adjustable kind unless the height really matters to you. Kind of misleading. April 28, 2013
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