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Premier AV LT04 Slim Compact Glass TV stand for upto 60" LED/LCD TV
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Premier AV LT04 Slim Compact Glass TV stand for upto 60" LED/LCD TV

Premier AV LT04 Slim Compact Glass TV stand for upto 60 inch LED/LCD TV

Scan Code: LN58025

Manufacturer Code: LT04

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Premier AV LT04 Slim Compact Glass TV stand for upto 60 inch LED/LCD TV

Premier AV LT04 Slim Compact Glass TV stand for upto 60" LED/LCD TV
Premier AV LT04 Slim Compact Glass TV stand for upto 60" LED/LCD TV
Product Overview
This LT04 Glass TV Stand is designed to support LCD or LED flat screen TVs upto 60inch or 40kgs and to suit all of the major manufacturer models

The stand has three strengthened tempered glass shelves (8/5/5mm thick), with silver coloured stainless steel legs

This stand comes with three shelves, one for your television, and the other two which could be used for DVD/Blu-ray/Games Consoles or whatever you want to store

The shelves have been polished and have been rigorously tested to ensure proper security and safety and are British Standard approved(British safety standard BS7376:2004)

This stand is quick and easy to install and comes with full assembly instructions

Please note: TV may overhang this stand with larger screens of around 42" and larger, this is not an issue and the stand will hold screens up to 60" or 40kgs safely, providing the screens pedestal is no wider than 1000mm.
Box Contains
3 Glass shelves
12 Silver stainless tubes
4 Silver iron foot
Screws, nuts, spacers & other fixing parts
Assembly instruction
Polished rounded Black, Toughened safety glass (British safety standard BS7376:2004)
Top shelf 8mm, Middle shelf 5mm, Bottom shelf 5mm : Max holding weight 40kgs for top shelf and 25kgs for middle & bottom shelves (Total max holding weight : 90kgs)
1050mm length 330mm depth 480mm height, the gap width of each shelves 200mm
Compact & slim black glass stand with silver legs

Technical Specification

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12 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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