Tabletop Poster Stand "Kavero" made of Wood

Item number: 53.0465.1
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  • perfectly suited to sales counters and shelves
  • high quality and natural look
  • robust pine wood for durability
  • easy and quick exchange of A4 inserts
  • high visibility when using two-sided inserts
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The wooden "Kavero" tabletop poster stand is the perfect addition to sales counters and shelves. With its high-quality and natural look, it blends harmoniously into any environment and presents your advertising media attractively. The robust and lacquered pine wood ensures that the table stand is durable and can be used for a long time.

This table stand is particularly suitable for organic shops, unpackaged shops and for advertising natural products. By simply replacing A4 inserts, you can quickly adapt your advertising message. The table stand also offers high visibility when using double-sided inserts, so your message is clearly visible from all sides.

**delivery without U-pocket or chalkboard**

Add a personal touch to your price labelling with inscribable chalkboards. You can find these in the accessories under item number: 53.0018.4.

Alternatively, depending on the location, the matching U-pocket will help you to protect your advertising poster. You can also find this in the accessories under item number 26.0035.8.

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(£ 28.69 incl. VAT)


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