Instruction Sheet Holder
Prince Castle’s large variety of smallwares are easy to use, efficient, durable, improve prep time, are ergonomically designed for safe handling and is second-to-none in construction and quality.
The over-shelf note holder keeps your kitchen efficient and organized by mounting documents above the current box holders. Constructed of durable materials, this sturdy note holder is designed to withstand long-term use.
Designed for ease of use, notes and documents just slip in and out. Glass marbles allow for smooth movement of notes on the rack. The marbles are even designed to withstand the hottest of kitchen environments.
Holds any weight documents from lightweight paper to heavy card stock. With no clips, tacks, or pins to fumble with, this is a must for every kitchen.
- Durable construction—Designed for long-term use
- Works with existing hardware—Mounts to existing box holders
- Minimal space requirements
- Ease of use—No clips, tacks or pins
- Glass marbles allow for smooth movement of notes on the rack
- Holds any paper-weight documents from lightweight paper to heavy card stock
Product Spec Sheet
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|Model Number||Width in (cm)||Height in (cm)||Depth in (cm)||Shipping Weight lbs (kg)||Shipping cu. ft. (cu. m.)|
|34.85 (88.50)||3.00 (7.60)|
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