Cafe Stool

Activate your space with pops of colour, perfect for outdoor dining.

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Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.

Activate your space with pops of colour, perfect for outdoor dining.

Open Technical Sheet (recommended) | Open BrochureOpen Colour Chart
Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.

make it pop

Select from a bright range of fun colours

heavy duty

The all-cast structure is strong, durable and requires little maintenance.


at a glance

    • Price Range: Less than $300
    • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium

Spare parts are readily available.

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specifications

See Technical Sheet for further information

MCODE
S1

DIMENSIONS (mm)
Ø 360W x 450H
Ø 14 3/16" W x 17 3/4" H

BASE AND MOUNTING
• Base Plate
                • Surface Fixed
                • Subsurface Fixed
• Core Drilled (300mm below ground)
• Dome
                • Surface Fixed
                • Freestanding
• Tailored

TOP
• Cast Aluminium Powder Coated
  (see colour chart)
• Tailored

HEIGHT
• 450mm
• Tailored

FRAME
• Aluminium Powder Coated
  (see colour chart)
• Tailored

Some options incur additional fees and lead time.
For a tailored solution please contact a sales representative.


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