Cavision Next-Gen Painted Clapper Slate V2 (B&W)

BH #CASSN2818BS • MFR #SSN2818B-S
Cavision Next-Gen Painted Clapper Slate V2 (B&W)
Key Features
  • Reinforced Slate, Smooth Hinge
  • B&W Painted Features, Latch System
  • Resonance Chamber for Loud Clap
  • ABS/Acrylic Dry-Erase Surface
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Sync picture and sound with this Next-Gen Painted Clapper Slate V2 from Cavision The black-and-white slate features a redesigned, painted slate surface made from ABS and acrylic for dry-erase marking. The clapper features a latch system that keeps the hinge closed without a magnet. There is also a resonance chamber within the clapper that provides a louder, crisper clap. On the back, a slot allows you to grasp the slate safely for carrying.
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Cavision SSN2818 Overview

Sync picture and sound with this Next-Gen Painted Clapper Slate V2 from Cavision The black-and-white slate features a redesigned, painted slate surface made from ABS and acrylic for dry-erase marking. The clapper features a latch system that keeps the hinge closed without a magnet. There is also a resonance chamber within the clapper that provides a louder, crisper clap. On the back, a slot allows you to grasp the slate safely for carrying.

Three-dimensional ABS structure and reinforced slate for durability
Text printed inside acrylic for a suitable appearance
Single-bolt hinge design for smooth movement of the clapper sticks
Latch system to keep clapper sticks in closed position
Resonance chamber amplifies the clapper sound and makes it crisper
Slot on the back of the slate provides a convenient way to hold the slate during operation

Cavision SSN2818 Specs

Material of ConstructionABS, Acrylic
ColorBlack and White
Writing SurfaceDry-Erase
Dimensions11 x 9.1" / 28 x 23 cm with Sticks
11 x 7.1" / 28 x 18 cm Slate Only
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.375 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.05 x 9.4 x 1.4"
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