U.S. Art Supply 66″ High Classroom Silver Aluminum Flipchart Display Easel and Presentation Stand – Large Adjustable Floor and Tabletop Portable Tripod

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U.S. Art Supply 66" High Classroom Silver Aluminum Flipchart Display Easel and Presentation Stand - Large Adjustable Floor and Tabletop Portable Tripod, Holds 25 lbs - Holds Writing Pads, Poster Board
PROS
  • 8 REVIEWS FLIP CHART
  • 5 REVIEWS STURDY ENOUGH
  • 4 REVIEWS CHART HOLDER
  • 6 REVIEWS LIGHTWEIGHT
  • 5 REVIEWS ENOUGH TO HOLD
  • 12 REVIEWS EASEL
  • 4 REVIEWS BAR
  • 7 REVIEWS FLIMSY
  • 6 REVIEWS LIGHTWEIGHT
  • 9 REVIEWS PADS
  • 3 REVIEWS STAND
  • 4 REVIEWS BOARD
  • 6 REVIEWS LEGS
  • 4 REVIEWS TRIPOD
  • 10 REVIEWS CHARTS
  • 3 REVIEWS OTHERWISE
  • 3 REVIEWS SUPPORT
U.S. Art Supply 66″ High Classroom Silver Aluminum Flipchart Display Easel and Presentation Stand – Large Adjustable Floor and Tabletop Portable Tripod
U.S. Art Supply 66″ High Classroom Silver Aluminum Flipchart Display Easel and Presentation Stand – Large Adjustable Floor and Tabletop Portable Tripod

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Classroom model heavy-duty use 66″ high large satin silver aluminum flip-chart display and presentation easel stand with an adjustable telescoping tripod frame that supports up to 25 pounds. Has a 28″ wide removable flip-chart bar with a spring-loaded top clamp for securely holding writing pads.

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Could this hold a 3 ft tall by 4 feet wide, 7.5 lb whiteboard?
Answer:

The supports that would hold the whiteboard are about 18″ apart. I’ve displayed a large picture that I estimate to weigh about 5 lbs. without difficulty. I believe if you are displaying the whiteboard it shouldn’t be a problem. If you want to write on the whiteboard, this easel does not provide sufficient horizontal ??

Do the little “feet” holders that stick out go down far enough for a normal-size (34″ high) flipchart pad to rest on top of them?
Answer: No they cause the pad to wrinkle up. So I just dont usd them

What is the maximum weight for this, primarily using the hooks to support the weight?
Answer: It??s very flimsy. I threw mine away

what is the weird honeycomb black pad that it comes with? why velcro?
Answer: I don’t remember getting that in the box. What is the size of it? The upper clip that holds the pad may need reinforcement because it doesn’t work to hold a pad of chart paper.

Does the bar have the holes that match the flip chart holes?
Answer: There are studs that fit into the holes in the easle pad and the easle pad is are held in place by a spring-loaded strip. It works very well.

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