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Certified for contract use
Underdesk framework for rigidity.
Larger working area than Core desks
3 Cable porthole covers
25mm desktops are available in the following finishes: Beech, Maple, Oak or White
Additional desktop finishes are available in Romana Cherry, Hacienda Black, Walnut or Sand Zebrano at additional cost.
Desktop widths are available in 1,600 x 1,200 and 1,600 x 1,600mm with 800mm and 600mm ends.
Framework in a choice of Silver RAL9006 or Traffic White RAL9016.
Optional steel single telescopic cable trays are available at additional cost (See additional options)
Optional back (modesty) panels are available at additional cost
Illustrated is a Soho2 right hand radial workstation with silver frame and white desktop.
1,600 x 1,600mm £382.00 (Without cable trays)
This product may be subject to additional delivery charges depending on order value and destination.
It arrives flat packed unless advised otherwise. Should you wish us to assemble the item please make contact to discuss our range of options.
Manufacturing takes around 15 working days and delivery is generally within 20 working days.
Straight modesty panel 1,600 x 300mm deep £50.50
Small width steel single telescopic cable tray 900-1,400 x 150mm deep. £52.25 including shallow depth hanger brackets enabling the tray to be positioned below the desktop. (Hangers not illustrated)
Large width steel single telescopic cable tray 1,410-2,000mm x 150mm deep. £62.75 including shallow depth hanger brackets enabling the tray to be positioned below the desktop. (Hangers not illustrated)
£17.00 per desktop
Illustrations are intended as a guide only and may not be an exact representation of the product. Customers should check with us if any points need clarification before purchase.
1,600 x 1,600 x 730mm high
Ends are 800 and 600mm deep
The appearence of colours may vary depending on the lighting of your room or the settings of your monitor, any hard copies printed may not be an exact representation of the colour due to tolerences in the printing process.