Music Sheet Stand Foldable Holder Tripod Base Metal for Student Practice From Kmise

Feature:
READY TO USE – No assembly required, unfasten the knobs to extend and setup, you can use the music sheet stand once you get it.
FLEXIBLE AND ADJUSTABLE – 3-section shaft and collapsible design music sheet stand with height adjustment from 25 inches to 53 inches, and you also can move the steel desk up and down in seconds.
90 DEGREES FULLY ADJUSTABLE – tilting bookplate make this music sheet stand perfect for sitting or standing, and the vented tray, tall, wide, and deep enough to hold any kind of music sheet or books.
METAL TRIPOD SUPPORT LEGS – there is no need to worry about the loading capacity of this conduct music sheet stand with the sturdy metal tripod support legs, which have non-slip rubber caps at the bottom that secure at any height, even with a heavy load of the music sheet.
WATERPROOF & DUSTPROOF – black nylon 20 music sheet stand bag with strap so you can easy storage and hand carry the music stand holder.
Specification:

Item name: music sheet stand
Material: Metal
Tray dimension: 18 x 11 inch(460 x 280mm)
Max heigth: 56 inch (1420 mm)
Mini heigth: 29 inch (740mm)
Load bearing: 11 lb (5kg)
Base: Tripod
Package includes:
1 x Sheet music stand

Product Features

  • READY TO USE – No assembly required, unfasten the knobs to extend and setup, you can use the music sheet stand once you get it.
  • FLEXIBLE AND ADJUSTABLE – 3-section shaft and collapsible design music sheet stand with height adjustment from 25 inches to 53 inches, and you also can move the steel desk up and down in seconds.
  • 90 DEGREES FULLY ADJUSTABLE – tilting bookplate make this music sheet stand perfect for sitting or standing, and the vented tray, tall, wide, and deep enough to hold any kind of music sheet or books.
  • METAL TRIPOD SUPPORT LEGS – there is no need to worry about the loading capacity of this conduct music sheet stand with the sturdy metal tripod support legs, which have non-slip rubber caps at the bottom that secure at any height, even with a heavy load of the music sheet.
  • WATERPROOF & DUSTPROOF – 20 inch black nylon music sheet stand bag with strap so you can easy storage and hand carry the music stand holder.

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