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LEOWORK Paper Lift
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LEOWORK Paper Lift

LEOWORK Paper Lift

LEOWORK Paper Lift

Part #: MBM-LEOWORK
Brand: MBM
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ProductDescription

Works independently from power supply. Variable electric height adjustment with integrated rechargeable battery. Control switch for easy lifting and lowering of table surface between 24 and 39 inches. Optical indicator shows power status of rechargeable battery. Quiet electric motor. Automatic power cut-off when not in operation. Electronic overload control. Sturdy table surface with a maximum lift weight of 110 pounds. High quality steel construction. Integrated handle and smooth running lockable casters for easy mobility. AC adapter and power cord for recharging.

Product Details

  • Maximum lift weightv 110 lbs.
  • Table size (D x W): 23" x 25 1/2"
  • Height adjustment range: 24" - 39"
  • Electrical requirements: 120 V, 60 Hz
  • Dimensions (D x W x H): 25 1/2" x 25 1/2" x 24-39"
  • Shipping weight 75 lbs.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the MBM Leowork Mobile Working Table. It's great for transporting heavy equipment or large stacks of stuff, say like paper. It has a fully electronic height adjustment, which means you can adjust it when it has a lot of weight on it still. It has fairly large wheels with different levels of locking, some are more difficult to lock to, but easily undo with a slight tap. Then you're ready to move the table wherever you want. The movement on the table is great. It pushes like you think you should and does so smoothly. Periodically, you'll have to recharge the b... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the MBM Leowork Mobile Working Table. It's great for transporting heavy equipment or large stacks of stuff, say like paper. It has a fully electronic height adjustment, which means you can adjust it when it has a lot of weight on it still. It has fairly large wheels with different levels of locking, some are more difficult to lock to, but easily undo with a slight tap. Then you're ready to move the table wherever you want. The movement on the table is great. It pushes like you think you should and does so smoothly. Periodically, you'll have to recharge the battery. Simply plug it into the wall and to the side of the table. The electronic motor can lift up to 110lbs of weight, going from a 24" height to 39". It does so at a speed that is respectful to large expensive equipment. You're going to feel safe using this table. In my own opinion, this mobile working table works exactly as it should and that is a comfort when purchasing and using. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.
Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is how to assemble the MBM Leowork Mobile Working Table. In the box it provides the necessary tools and instruction for the setup. There are 3 different types of screws and washers. We’re first going to start off with these screws to screw on the handle. We’ll be using a provided Philips screwdriver. On the handle is an indented side. Make sure your screws fit into those spots. Line up the holes on the handle to the holes on the table, then we’re going to place the screws in. You can screw them by hand first or you can start off by just using the screwdr... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is how to assemble the MBM Leowork Mobile Working Table. In the box it provides the necessary tools and instruction for the setup. There are 3 different types of screws and washers. We’re first going to start off with these screws to screw on the handle. We’ll be using a provided Philips screwdriver. On the handle is an indented side. Make sure your screws fit into those spots. Line up the holes on the handle to the holes on the table, then we’re going to place the screws in. You can screw them by hand first or you can start off by just using the screwdriver. There are 4 total screws for the handle. Make sure to get the screws on plenty tight without stripping the screws and you’re good to go. Now we’ll move on to the column. Start by placing the column on to the table. Line up the holes so they match but more importantly make sure that the switch is on the side of the handle. Next, make sure you’re using the right screws. We’re going to use the taller screws and we’re going to use washers this time. These screws also require the Allen wrench provided. Make sure you have the washer between the screw and the column and again it’s easy sometimes to just start it by hand. There are 6 screws to tighten on the column to the table. Always make sure to use the tool to tighten it effectively. We’re going to finish of the chassis with the smaller screws and again we’re going to use washers. These screws also use the Allen wrench. Flip the chassis or the wheeled base and place it unto the column. Then screw on your smaller screws. Make sure to use a washer. You’ll be using 4 screws for this one. Again, use the tool to make sure that all your screws are tight. Then flip the table on to the wheels and you’re done. It is made mostly of metal so it might be easier to use 2 people to flip it back over. But then you have yourself a fully assembled electronic working table. Ah, convenient. For more demos, reviews and how-to’s, go to MyBinding.com.
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