Visiontron Magnetic Mounted Conventional Posts - Ball Top

SKU CCW-02-018-00270
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  • Ball Top Stanchion
  • Magnetic Mount
  • Multiple finishes available
  • Ropes sold separately
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Product Overview

Conventional Stanchions are the ones that will always have their purpose in your business. Now, with the Visiontron Magnetic Mounted Conventional Posts, you will be able to set up your queues and keep them in order without the need of drilling holes. They are easy to set up, semi-permanent and will last throughout the day, while the ball top gives the whole post a more elegant look! Get yours today!

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  • Visiontron Magnetic Mounted Conventional Posts - Ball Top


  • Easy to install and to remove
  • Does not require drilling holes
  • Requires Magnetic Floor Plate (sold separately)
  • Maintains a semi-permanent queue line that will last throughout the day
  • Multiple finishes available, some of which can be used outdoors (may require weatherproofing)
  • Solid top surface
  • Tap for Signage option available (SUB-TAP)



  • Post Top Style: Ball Top
  • Height: 42.75’’
  • Post Diameter: 2’’
  • Base Diameter: 6.25’’
  • Weight: 15 lbs.
  • Customizable? Multiple finishes available
  • Manufacturer’s Part Number: ST500MG


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