Five Slats Park Bench - 2’’ x 6’’ slats

SKU CCW-36-029-00260
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  • Five 2” x 6” Resinwood slats design
  • Made of resinwood and recycled plastic
  • Available in 4 ft, 6 ft, and 8 ft; 115 lbs., 140 lbs., or 185 lbs.
  • 4 slat color options
  • 3 mounting options
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$414.01 $360.00

Product Overview

The Five Slats Park Bench is made of five 2’’ x 6’’ Resinwood slats and recycled plastic bases. This bench comes standard with stainless steel hardware. It features a surface wedge anchor. The Windsor Park Bench is available in multiple colors and sizes.

Includes:
Five Slats Park Bench - 2’’ x 6’’ slats

Features:

  • Made of five 2’’ x 6’’ Resinwood slats and black recycled plastic bases
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • With back and without arms
  • Custom colors available for quantity orders
  • Ideal for parks, or any commercial or residential application

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Resinwood and plastic
  • Size: 4 ft., 6 ft., or 8 ft.
  • Weight: 115 lbs., 140 lbs., or 185 lbs.
  • Base: 2, 3, or 4 bases
  • Hardware: Surface Wedge Anchor
  • Back Type: With Back
  • Arm Type: Without Arms
  • Frame Color: Black
  • Slat Color: Cedar, Green, Gray, or Brown
  • Customizable? Size and slat color

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