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KidsF 2 Column Unit to suit 75mm tubs

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501692
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A versatile furniture piece with multiple ways of configuration. Displaying clear tubs, this piece encourages self-se...
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KidsF 2 Column Unit to suit 75mm tubs

Code
501692
A versatile furniture piece with multiple ways of configuration. Displaying clear tubs, this piece encourages self-selection of resources and easy storage. This innovative design develops autonomy and confidence, important social and emotions capacities. The Kids-F® range has been developed with the rigours of early education settings in mind. Featuring high pressure laminate and thick rolled edging for greater durability and flat bases without castors for greater stability, these pieces are sure to be with you for years to come. Trays sold separately (501946, 501933). Features a high pressure laminate surface that is highly scratch resistant, and the laminated edge is specialist material that is 3mm thick not your standard 0.5-1mm thick. It is specially attached so ensure longevity and extreme difficulty to peel unlike normal laminate. The unit allows for different tray configuration and self-selection. All units are the same height and depth to allow even and consistent set up of the environment with no castors to reduce the risk of toppling over or a child pushing. . Made of chipboard with high pressure laminate surface. Measures 82 H x 60 W x 40cm D.
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Colour Natural
Material chipboard with high pressure laminate surface
Height 82cm
Width 60 cm
Depth 40cm
Requires Assembly REQ
User Advice Tubs sold separately (501946). Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au.
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