Gator Cases G-TOURLCDLIFT65 G-Tour Lift Case

BH #GAGTLCDL65 • MFR #G-TOURLCDLIFT65
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Gator Cases G-TOURLCDLIFT65  G-Tour Lift Case
Key Features
  • Fits 65" Plasma or LCD Monitor
  • 12mm Plywood Case with PVC Exterior
  • Meets ATA Specifications
  • Non-electric Multiple Position Lift
The Gator G-TOURLCDLIFT65 G-Tour Lift Case (Black) is an ATA approved, 12mm plywood case with PVC exterior made to display, carry and ship most 65" plasma or LCD monitors. It has a multiple position lift with maximum height of mount center 72 inches. The non-electric mechanical hydraulic assisted lift can be locked at various heights of 52, 58, 64 or 70". The lift extends smoothly with a load of up to 125 lbs, and a "Lock Block" prevents accidental release. A black case drape and laptop shelf are included for display purposes. The case has a built-in retractable UL approved electrical cord with a grounded three outlet power strip for powering the equipment.
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$3,299.99

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Gator Cases G-TOURLCDLIFT65 G-Tour Lift Case

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Gator Cases G-TOURLCDLIFT65 Overview

The Gator G-TOURLCDLIFT65 G-Tour Lift Case (Black) is an ATA approved, 12mm plywood case with PVC exterior made to display, carry and ship most 65" plasma or LCD monitors. It has a multiple position lift with maximum height of mount center 72 inches. The non-electric mechanical hydraulic assisted lift can be locked at various heights of 52, 58, 64 or 70". The lift extends smoothly with a load of up to 125 lbs, and a "Lock Block" prevents accidental release. A black case drape and laptop shelf are included for display purposes. The case has a built-in retractable UL approved electrical cord with a grounded three outlet power strip for powering the equipment.

The lift case has red Penn Elcom recessed MOL twist latches, heavy-duty Penn Elcom zinc plated hardware and reinforced ball corners. it has a side mounted laptop tray that stores inside of the case for transport. There is a universal mounting bracket that fits most LCP/ Plasma 65" monitors".

The case is transported with red Penn Elcom recessed spring-loaded rubber-gripped handles and an attached caster board with four extra heavy-duty industrial casters, two locking.

Construction

  • 12mm plywood case with PVC exterior
  • Carpet covered interior
  • Reinforced ball corners
Meets ATA specifications for transit cases
Multiple position lift with maximum height of mount center 72"
Non-electric mechanical hydraulic assisted lift locks at various heights of 70, 64, 58 and 52"
Lift extends smoothly with a load of up to 125 lbs
"Lock Block" prevents accidental release
Red Penn Elcom recessed MOL twist latches
Heavy-duty Penn Elcom zinc plated hardware
The included universal mounting bracket fits most LCP/ Plasma screens
Includes presentation drape that covers case and frame
Side mounted laptop tray that stores inside of the case for transport is included
External dry erase writing label for identification
Built-in retractable UL approved electrical cord with grounded three outlet power strip
Self adhesive "Tilt Watch" indicator to warn and notify of improper handling during transport

Carrying options

  • Red Penn Elcom recessed spring-loaded rubber-gripped handles
  • Attached caster board with four extra heavy-duty industrial casters, two locking
Compatible with most 65" LCD or plasma monitors
UPC: 716408522326

Gator Cases G-TOURLCDLIFT65 Specs

Supported Screen Sizes65" / 165.1 cm
Interior Dimensions66 x 38 x 10" / 167.6 x 96.5 x 25.4 cm
Interior ProtectionCarpet
Carrying/Transport OptionsHandle
Type of ClosureLatch
Number of Casters4
ATA CertifiedYes
Material of ConstructionPVC, Plywood
Exterior Dimensions69.9 x 56.4 x 24.4" / 177.77 x 143.25 x 61.98 cm
Weight340 lb / 154.22 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight340 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)67 x 62 x 23"
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