6.5 Ft. Armless Park Bench with Metal Form Seat and Back with Concrete Legs

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SKU CCW-33-029-00836
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  • Armless with back
  • Precast concrete legs
  • Multiple color options
  • Made of reinforced concrete & metal
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$1,550.33

Product Overview

The 6.5 Ft. Armless Park Bench with Metal Form Seat and Back with Concrete Legs consists of one metal back and seat and two precast concrete legs, which are to be assembled on site. It features 1/2’’ diameter threaded inserts. The bench is rectangular and comes without armrest. It is available in a wide variety of colors.

Includes:
6.5 Ft. Armless Park Bench with Metal Form Seat and Back with Concrete Legs

Features:

  • Made of reinforced concrete and metal
  • One metal back and seat, two concrete legs; to be assembled on site
  • 1/2” Dia. threaded inserts
  • Rectangular shape
  • With back and without arms
  • Available in multiple colors
  • Used in parks and many more settings

 

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Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Concrete and metal
  • Size: 78" x 26" x 36"
  • Weight: 600 lbs.
  • Back Type: With Back
  • Arm Type: Without Arms
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Customizable? Seat and back color, leg color

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