Blade Oak Folding Conference Table

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Meet Blade, the hardest working table of them all.

This great looking folding table features a wooden engineered laminate top and a high pressure square edge, making it the folding table of choice where constant daily use is required.

Suitable for meeting rooms, office breakout areas and conferencing rooms, Blade is available in classic black and white or premium shades of blue, yellow, red, orange, green, grey or subtle oak. The sturdy steel base is available in white, black, blue, yellow, red, orange or chrome finishes, allowing you to get really creative. Blade’s durability means it’s suitable to use across several areas of your business – making it excellent value for money.

Practical optional extras include cable hatches and cable spines to keep things tidy. Blade comes in 5 different sizes and can be matched with a meeting table and bench office desk.

  • 5 year warranty
  • 5 sizes
  • 9 top colours
  • 7 base colours

Size cm – 120 x 60 | 140 x 70 | 160 x 80 | 180 x 90 | 210 x 90 | 72h
Standard top colour – white | black
Premium top colour – blue | yellow | red | orange | green | grey | oak
Standard base colour – white | black
Premium base colour – blue | yellow | red | orange | green
Edge detail – chamfered | square
Top material – laminated engineered wood
Base material – powder coated steel

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