K&M 14077 Keyboard Bench (Imitation Leather, Pure White)

BH #KMKBBWLR • MFR #14077-000-76
K&M
K&M 14077 Keyboard Bench (Imitation Leather, Pure White)
Key Features
  • Height-Adjustable via Inserted Screw
  • Tubular Steel Construction
  • 16.3 to 24" Height-Adjustment Range
  • Wear-Resistant Imitation-Leather Seat
Styled in white, the 14077 from K&M is a piano seat featuring a tubular steel construction, providing both durability and height adjustment by means of its inserted screw. The seat can be raised between 16.3 to 24". Its wobble-free design is achieved, in part, by adjustable end-caps located on its legs; these end-caps can stabilize the bench even when it sits on uneven surfaces. The 14077 features a wear-resistant imitation-leather seat that offers a comfortable and relaxing piano-playing experience. The bench is collapsible to facilitate ease of transportation.  
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Expected availability: 6-10 weeks
$169.99

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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K&M 14077 Overview

Styled in white, the 14077 from K&M is a piano seat featuring a tubular steel construction, providing both durability and height adjustment by means of its inserted screw. The seat can be raised between 16.3 to 24". Its wobble-free design is achieved, in part, by adjustable end-caps located on its legs; these end-caps can stabilize the bench even when it sits on uneven surfaces. The 14077 features a wear-resistant imitation-leather seat that offers a comfortable and relaxing piano-playing experience. The bench is collapsible to facilitate ease of transportation.  

K&M 14077 Specs

Height AdjustmentInserted screw
MaterialSteel
SeatImitation leather covering
Height Adjustment Range16.3 to 24" / 415 to 610 mm
Dimensions25.6 x 11.8" / 650 x 300 mm (seat)
Weight15.6 lb / 7.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight17.555 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)31.7 x 13.6 x 6.1"
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