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Adjustable X Banner Stand

Posted By: jinyucorp

Date: Sat, 8 Jan 2022

Price: $100.00

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JinYu XB - Classic is widely used to display large format graphics in a trade show or retail presentation. This stand tripod banner has an adjusting design that you can manipulate to display a range of different size graphics. It is equipped with hooks to securely attach graphics with grommets. Included is a carrying bag to keep them protected in between events.

Product Code: XB - Classic

Color: Silver

Size: Adjustable, Width from 80cm to 120cm, Height from 180cm to 200cm

Placement Style: Floor Standing

Package: Canvas Carry Bag with Carton

Advantages of XB-Classic Adjustable X Banner Stand

Adjustable and locking design.

Fabricated from durable metal for longevity.

Pulls graphics tight for sleek presentation.

Rubber feet to stay in place.

Built-in hooks make setup easy.

Easy to set up in mere seconds.

Features height and width adjustable pole for displaying various banner sizes.

Lightweight design for easy transport to and from events.

Carrying bag included.

Applications of XB-Classic Adjustable X Banner Stand

Indoor and outdoor exhibition displays.

Road signs, sporting events.

Trade shows, business promotions.

Information display to walk-in customers.

Exhibitions, retail stores, and welcome centers.

Jin Yu is aprofessional safety equipment companies, we provide 8 foot outdoor flag pole,portable outdoor flag pole stand, poster board, x banner promo, print x banner, etc.

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