Basic Modern 36 in. Circle Concrete Park Bench

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SKU CCW-33-029-00504
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  • Cylindical shape and armless design
  • Made of reinforced concrete
  • 36" dia. x 18"; 720 lbs.
  • 20 color/material options
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$622.44 $541.00

Product Overview

The Basic Modern 36’’ Circle Concrete Park Bench features 1/2’’ diameter threaded inserts, a round shape, and a backless and armless design. It is made of concrete, which provides strength and durability. Furthermore, it is available in numerous different colors and will enhance the look of parks, walkways or any other site.

Includes:
Basic Modern 36" Circle Concrete Park Bench

Features:

  • Made of reinforced concrete
  • 1/2” Dia. threaded inserts
  • Circle shape
  • Backless and armless
  • Available in multiple colors
  • Used in parks and many more settings

 

 

Standard Acid Wash Color OptionPremium Ground and Polished Color OptionStandard Weatherstone Color Option

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Concrete
  • Size: 36" dia. x 18"
  • Weight: 720 lbs.
  • Back Type: Without Back
  • Arm Type: Without Arms
  • Shape: Circle
  • Customizable? Color

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