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Product description

The music stand can be adjusted to suit players of all ages. The rubber feet on the music stand ensure that it remains stable in any environment, while the flexible arm can hold your score in place. Durable and lightweight. Ideal for music books, laptops, mobile phones and tablets

Name: Iron sheet music stand
Tube material: iron tube
Music table material: SPCC cold rolled steel plate
Knob material: SPCC cold rolled steel plate
Surface treatment process: single layer spraying
Pressure bar material: stainless steel
Colour: Black
Product weight: 2kg
Super load-bearing: 3kg
Recommended height: 1.0-1.8m
Pipe diameter: top 19mm, middle 22mm, bottom 25mm
Use range: all kinds of music book/notebook/computer/e-book
package contains:
Music stand*1
Music stand clip*1

Note: There is an error of 1-3mm in manual measurement, and the actual size shall prevail
Product arrival time is 8-29 days, please wait patiently

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