Augusta Backless Park Bench - 6 Ft.

SKU CCW-32-029-00831
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  • Available with or without armrests
  • Available in portable and surface mount
  • Choose from wide variety of colors
  • Welded legs are made from 3/4" laser cut steel plate with powder coat finish
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$1,747.81

Product Overview

Durability combined with a sleek design – the 6’ Augusta Park Bench. This bench is fully welded and its legs are made from ¾’’ laser cut steel plate. It comes in a powder coated finish and features two different mounting options, as well as optional central armrest. Furthermore, there are various colors to choose from, in order to adjust the product to your overall environment, style and preferences.

Includes:
6' Augusta Backless Park Bench

Features:

  • Fully welded
  • All MIG welded legs are made from 3/4" laser cut steel plate
  • Optional Center Arm
  • Portable or Surface mount
  • Powder Coated Finish
  • Multiple color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, schools, universities and office campuses

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Size: 6’
  • Mounting Type: Portable or Surface
  • Design: Backless
  • Finish: Powder Coated Finish
  • Customizable? Armrest, mounting type, color

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