Flipside Prod.Double-sided Magnetic Dry Erase Board - 9" (0.8 ft) Width x 12" (1 ft) Height - White
Item Number: FLP10076
Our Price: $5.92 / EA (savings $2.19)
Quantity in Stock: 341
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- Dual-sided design features both ruled side and plain side
- Write-and-wipe surface will not ghost to prevent it from dulling
- Rounded edges and corners eliminate sharp points for safety and comfort
- Sturdy backing will not warp or chip for long-lasting use
- Perfect for academic practice, doodling and more
Dry-erase board is great for teaching and practicing fundamentals at the early stages of learning. Dual-sided design features both a ruled side and plain side to offer twice the amount of space. Write-and-wipe surface will not ghost to prevent the surface from dulling over time. Rounded edges and corners eliminate sharp points for safety and comfort. Backing will not warp or chip for long-lasting use. Dry-erase board is perfect for academic practice, doodling and more.
Manufacturer: Flipside Products, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number: 10076
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.flipsideproducts.com
Product Name: Prod.Double-sided Magnetic Dry Erase Board
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Board Height: 12" (1 ft)
Board Width: 9" (0.8 ft)
Board Surface Color: White
Features: Double-sided,Ghost Resistant,Warp Resistant,Chip Resistant,Rounded Edges,Ruled,Magnetic
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