The Polycarbonate shell is clipped in the base without screws or tool. The shell is extremely resistant while flexible and combined with the appearing frame, the CLIPT offers exceptional comfort, look and durability. Dimensions: 75,5 x 47,5 x 52,5 Delivery time: 12 – 14 weeks Applications: Contract and residential Variations: Cross bar Finish: Epoxy or […]
November 21st, 2008
The Polycarbonate shell is clipped in the base without screws or tool. The shell is extremely resistant while flexible and combined with the appearing frame, the CLIPT offers exceptional comfort, look and durability.
Dimensions: 75,5 x 47,5 x 52,5
Delivery time: 12 – 14 weeks
Applications: Contract and residential
Variations: Cross bar
Finish: Epoxy or stainless steel base, White / Black / Red shell
Manufacturer: Baleri Italia www.baleri-italia.com
Designer: Jeff Miller, www.jeffmillerdesign.com
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