- Adjustable brackets let you customize your literature dispenser.
- Clear acrylic is great, as visitors are able to read each headline before even reaching your dispenser.
Poster Display Comes With Three Brochure Trays
Magazine racks are double-wide displays for brochures and large-format posters. These wave-shaped units, magazine racks are approximately 7-feet tall, making your fixtures literally stand above competitors'. Magazine racks, such as our other curved units, are great for any high-traffic, indoor environment. Retail stores and convention centers, for example, would both greatly benefit from the implementation of these magazine stands. Magazine racks utilize clear acrylic for your literature pockets. These brochure holders, magazine racks have an overall structure made of silver-coated, brushed aluminum. When used indoors, your magazine holders will not rust! These literature racks are also double-sided magazine racks! We provide your magazine racks with clear plastic lenses to cover your posters and protect them from dust and debris. They also enable you to showcase advertisements in two directions, reaching even more potential customers. Magazine racks, also known as a brochure display fixtures, feature moveable brackets to let you alter the height of each acrylic pocket. You can also use these brackets to change a pocket's angle and orientation.Please Note: Graphic is not included with display frame.
|Overall Width x Height x Depth||49.0" x 81.0" x 17.0"|
|Pocket Width x Height x Depth||16.0" x 13.0" x 2.5"|
|Viewable Width x Height||23.0" x 77.0"|
|Placement Type||Floor Standing|
|Media Size||24" x 77"|
|Loading or Door Type||Top Insert|
|Features||Adjustable Pocket Divider, Curved|
|Number of Pockets||3|
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