60 in. Backless Metal Park Bench

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SKU CCW-33-029-01133
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  • Backless & armless bench
  • Multiple color options
  • Optional mounting type available
  • Free-standing model with 1 seat, 2 legs & 1 center brace
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$623.00 $552.35

Product Overview

The 60’’ Backless Metal Park Bench is a free-standing model that consists of one seat, two legs and one center brace. It comes standard in a portable mounting style, while other mounting options are available upon request. This bench is rectangular, comes without back or arms and it is available in multiple colors.

Includes:
60" Backless Metal Park Bench

Features:

  • Made of metal
  • One seat, two legs and one center brace
  • Comes in portable mounting type; In-ground and flange mounting options available upon request – call for custom
  • Rectangular shape
  • Backless and armless
  • Available in multiple colors
  • Used in parks and many more settings

 

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Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Metal
  • Size: 60" x 20" x 19"
  • Weight: 110 lbs.
  • Back Type: Without Back
  • Arm Type: Without Arms
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Mounting Type: Portable; other mounting types available upon request
  • Customizable? Color

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