Visiontron 6 Feet Tall Sloped Base Sign Post

SKU CCW-02-012-00035
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  • 6 Ft. tall sign post
  • Steel
  • Multiple Finishes Available
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Product Overview

You want your sign to be more visible and attract more attention even from afar? That is exactly what the Visiontron 6 Feet Tall Sloped Base Sign Post offers! This post is perfect for high traffic areas that need a sign “head and shoulders” above the crowd. Check out the options we offer and make sure that your sign isn’t missed by anyone ever again!

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  • Visiontron 6 Feet Tall Sloped Base Sign Post


  • Increased visibility from further distances
  • Extra heavy 30 lbs. baseweight for additional stability; includes molded rubberized floor protector
  • Some finishes can be modified and weatherproofed for outdoor use
  • Black ABS scuff proof cover optional
  • Outdoor-rated wheels optional
  • Frame sold separately
  • Compatible with Designer Series Sign Frames for Crowd Control Posts (FR__DS)
  • Wheel option available upon request, call for pricing



  • Post Height: 6 feet
  • Post Diameter: 2.5’’
  • Post Material: Steel or Aluminum
  • Post Weight: 45 lbs.
  • Base Weight: 30 lbs.
  • Finishes: Black Aluminum, Polished Aluminum, Satin Stainless Steel or Satin Aluminum
  • Manufacturer’s Part Number: SP600S-6 / SP601S-6


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