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Weber Knapp

Stubby Easy Riser

  • Provides precise, knob-free positioning of keyboard height plus a simple single knob to set tilt. The Stubby EasyRiser has all the advantages of the EasyRiser plus, for shorter returns, it retracts on its 17.75″ track.
  • Height Adjustment: Lift and Release.
  • Tilt: +/-15°.
  • Negative Tilt Special Order.
  • Height Range: 6″ (2-3/8″ above 3-5/8″ below)
  • Base Swivel: 360°.
  • Material: Steel.
  • Finish: Black Powder Coat.
  • Closed-channel design provides maximum keyboard tray stability for a solid, quality feel.

Above: 2 3/8”
Below: 3 5/8”
Total: 5 1/4”
Height Set: Lift and Release
+15°/-15° Tilt Set by: Knob
Swivel 360°: Yes
Fully Retractable: 21” Track
Material: Steel
Finish: Black Textured Powder Coat

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