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The Tilt 'n Turn CRT Stand with Copy Easel, model R7431, is a monitor stand designed to reduce glare, minimize eye strain, and eliminate neck craning. The stand fits any CRT with foot separations up to 12 x 12 inches. A built- in tension spring allows full range of adjustment while in use. Anti-skid pads on the top and bottom provide stability and protection. The stand tilts up or down 12.5 degrees, and rotates 360 degrees. DIMENSIONS: Copy easel is 9.5 x 12.5 inches; stand is 14 x 14.5 x 4.5 inches. WEIGHT: 7 pounds.

Notes: Tilt 'n Turn is a trademark of Alimed, Inc. ** Unit discount prices given for quantities of 6 or more.

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This product record was updated on October 4, 2010.

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Alimed Inc.

297 High Street
Dedham, Massachusetts 02026
United States
Telephone: 800-225-2610 or 781-329-2900.
Fax: 800-437-2966 or 781-329-8392.

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