Quartet Oval Office 4' x 3' Black Fabric Bulletin Board - 7684BK
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Quartet Oval Office 4' x 3' Black Fabric Bulletin Board (QRT-7684BK)

Part #: QRT-7684BK
Brand: Quartet
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  • Size: 4' x 3'
  • Surface Material: Fabric
  • Frame Material: None
  • Magnetic: No
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Quartet Oval Office 3' x 2' Black Fabric Bulletin Board - 7683BKQRT-7683BK

Product Description

Foster team spirit and keep ideas on display with the flexible, frameless design of the Quartet Oval Office bulletin boards. Available in contemporary colored fabric, the bulletin surface extends to the edges to allow for maximum posting area. Moisture-resistant, sealed backing on the modern fabric extends the life of the board by preventing warping. Easy hanging system accommodates vertical or horizontal mounting. Delight in the simplicity of this frameless board.

Product Details

  • Durable frameless bulletin board backed by high-density fiberboard provides an edge-to-edge posting surface to secure documents firmly
  • Frequent use - delivers quality performance in normal office environments
  • 4'W x 3'H
  • Easily mounts horizontally or vertically
  • Dynamic black fabric fits into any contemporary office décor

Item Specifications

  • Bulletin Surface Type: Fabric
  • Detailed Color: Black
  • Frame Finish: None
  • Mounting Hardware Type: Keyhole
  • Orientation: Horizontal or Vertical
  • Size: 4" x 3"
  • Standard Board Size: 4' x 3'
  • Type: Fabric Bulletin Boards
  • Usage: Public Space - High traffic
  • Use Frequency: Heavy Use
  • Period of Warranty: 7 years

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Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. With the Quartet Oval Office Black Fabric Bulletin Board, you would use push pins and tacks to put documents up on the board.

Answered by MyBinding
4 years ago

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