The Bosco ‘Eris’ mobile storage caddy offers interior architects a versatile and flexible storage option for dynamic office fit outs. Designed with pricing and mobility in mind the Eris can easily be manoeuvred to compliment changing workstation designs or user requirements. The Eris caddy combines European slimline styling with modern day practicality and comes in […]
November 21st, 2008
The Bosco ‘Eris’ mobile storage caddy offers interior architects a versatile and flexible storage option for dynamic office fit outs. Designed with pricing and mobility in mind the Eris can easily be manoeuvred to compliment changing workstation designs or user requirements.
The Eris caddy combines European slimline styling with modern day practicality and comes in three functional variations, a ps (non pvc) tambour door, a concealed adjustable hinge door or easily accessible open style. The units incorporate a pencil drawer with pencil tray, a box drawer with adjustable dividers, a file drawer accommodating A4 or foolscap filing, gang locking with anti-tilt, two shelves with optional accessories and robust lockable casters for ease of relocation.
The Eris can also be configured to be left or right sided for individual specifier requirements and is available in a range of contemporary powder coat finishes.
These features coupled with Bosco’s renowned quality of design and manufacture ensure the Eris will be the new star in your office.
Dimensions: 620mm (h) x 900mm (w) x 450 (d)
Delivery time: 4 – 6 weeks
Applications: Flexible office fitouts
Variations: Tambour door, Closed hinged door and open
Finish: Wide range of powder coat colours
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