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Chief KTP225B Stand for Dual Flat Panel

$199.99

Shipping Cost: Free!

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Chief KTP225B Stand for Dual Flat Panel

The Chief KTP225 Widescreen Dual Horizontal Table Stand (Black) provides a rock solid, free-standing solution for graphic designers, broadcasters and any one else who uses two side-by-side widescreen monitors. It provides ergonomic adjustability for hassle-free, fingertip positioning of each monitor.

Features

  • Chief KTP225 Widescreen Dual Horizontal Table Stand
  • Dual 34" Array Assembly
  • Freestand Base
  • 14" Freestand Pole
  • 8" Cable Management Sheath
  • Freestand Pole Mounting Screw
  • 5/32" Hex Key
  • 7/32" Hex Key
  • 24 Philips Pan Head Screws
  • 16 Spacers
  • Array Mounting Clamp
  • 2 x 1/4" Flat Washers
  • 2 x Button Head Cap Screw

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 4.5 of 5 stars
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  • if you have 2 30" monitors, the Array Rail where you attach your monitors tends to slide down.,,,   »   Most Recent Review “Assembly is OK. the problem is the rail where you attached the 2 monitors tens to slide down... I put an extra metal rod and tied on the pole so that rail won't slide.”
  • Great stand   »   Most Helpful Reviews “This stand is made extremely well and is very sturdy. I have dual 24" NEC monitors on it. Highly recommended.”
  • if you have 2 30" monitors, the Array Rail where you attach your monitors tends to slide down.,,,   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “Assembly is OK. the problem is the rail where you attached the 2 monitors tens to slide down... I put an extra metal rod and tied on the pole so that rail won't slide.”