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Stand/Sit Desk work table

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Vught, Netherlands
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Great industrial eye-catcher as a work station in a hip company or the man cave. But also as a presentation place for a special (museum) object would be a great function! The starting point for this sit-stand (desk) workplace is a Firenze (Italy) photo studio tripod from the 1960s, which later became known as the producer Manfrotto. In front of the working arm (where the camera stood) a plywood milled desktop is made with plasticized (this layer is replaceable) glass plate. This glass plate could also be provided with company logo variants, etc. This includes indirect and dimmable multi-color LED lighting all around. Additional color LED lamp, which can be operated separately, centrally in the top as effect lighting under a keyboard or an object placed here. In the column a working counterweight which relieves the adjustment of the worktop via a pulley. The tripod can be moved on the built-in wheels by slightly tilting. At the top of the column is a sliding and adjustable work light from Jieldé. This is equipped with a powerful Philips warm white LED lamp which is switched and dimmed by a control knob directly under the worktop. Under this worksheet also a power strip with switch and a charging converter with four USB connections. Color scheme, everything in newly applied black hammer, column is original chrome/nickel (with signs of wear). Total height column: 220 cm. (or shorter after consultation). Worktop size: 100 x 80 cm. The Whoppah courier does not (dis)assemble and only delivers to the ground floor.

ConditionVery goodColorsSilverMaterialPlastic, Chrome, GlassNumber of items1StyleVintageHeight220 cmWidth100 cmDepth90 cmSigns of usageChipped, Scratches