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Item #558721

H. Wilson FP2750 Series Flat-Panel Mobile TV Stand With Mount For TVs Up to 60", 62 1/2"H x 32 3/4"W x 28 3/4"D, Black

Item #558721


    Sharing an engaging, exciting video and images can boost your powers of persuasion and turn tentative maybes into enthusiastic yeses. With a smooth-rolling design, you can take a display from room to room and make an impact at work, in the classroom or any group meeting.

    • Designed for 32" to 60" flat-panel TVs.
    • Seamless pipes with powder coat paint finish give the stand a refined look.
    • All rolling casters have locking brakes which provide both mobility and stability.
    • Includes locking mechanism. Padlock sold separately.
    • Adjustable in 2" increments to fit ideal viewing position. Measures 32 3/4"W x 46 1/2 - 62 1/2"H (from floor to the top of the poles.
    • Features cable management through main column. Includes top and bottom cable management holes.
    • Weight capacity 100 lbs.
    • Includes an accessory shelf for DVD player or other A/V equipment storage which supports a weight capacity of up to 25 lb. Accessory shelf measures 19 5/8"W x 12 1/2"D, (11 3/8 usable depth space).
    • Includes camera mount which supports a weight capacity of up to 10 lb.
    • VESA compliance: 200 x 200 mm, 200 x 400 mm, 300 x 300mm, 400 x 400 mm, 400 x 600 mm.
    • Assembly required.
    • This product is heavy and/or oversized and may need more than one person to handle.
    Item #558721
    Manufacturer #FP2750
    Number of Monitors Supported1
    depth28-3/4 in.
    height62-1/2 in.
    width62-1/2 in.
    primary materialSteel
    WarrantyLimited Lifetime
    weight capacity32.75 lb
    Number Of Shelves (Total)1
    cord managementYes
    assemblyAssembly Required
    Device SupportedMonitor; TV
    Integrated Electrical OutletNo
    brand nameH. Wilson
    dimensions62-1/2 in. X 62-1/2 in. X 28-3/4 in.
    manufacturerH. WILSON/ LUXOR FURNITURE
    material familyMetal
    Product TypeMonitor/TV Stand
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