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EasyCinch

The innovative strap-supported design of the EasyCinch enables space-saving and secure suspension
of CPUs under desktops. This off-the floor storage solution helps to prevent damage due to dust, accidental kicking and cleaning. Users benefit from improved workspace efficiency and easy accessibility while the integrated retractability and swivel prevent knee and legspace infringement.

  • CPU Holders retract and swivel to allow full accessibility and easy stowage away from the operator’s important knee space.
  • Quick & Easy Installation with the patented “Cinch & Lock” Device for tightening the straps.
  • Handy adjustment tool stores within unit.
  • Safety feature prevents accidental release of strap tension.
  • Straps can be tightened while CPU is suspended.
  • Mounts underneath most work surfaces
  • Easily converts to horizontal CPU installation (with optional click-on 25802 adapter set).
  • 360˚ swivel option provides easy access to CPU cable inputs.
  • Rugged steel construction.
  • 360° swivel
  • Fully retractable 17 3/4” track
  • 75 lb CPU capacity
  • Stardust silver powder coat
  • Safety feature prevents accidental release or strap tension
  • Available in black, white or silver

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