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BRIMNES TV bench
Credit card: from € 16,58 / month up to 12 interest-free installments
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You may choose to pay up to 12 interest-free installments depending on the total amount of your order.
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Purchase with 3 interest-free installments € 66,33 / month
When it’s tidy by the TV it’s easier to indulge in your favourite TV series. Keep your games, controls and accessories in the large drawers and feed the cables through the outlets in the back.
Depth: 41 cm
Height: 53 cm
Max. load: 30 kg
Length: 182 cm
Width: 41 cm
Height: 6 cm
Net Weight: 22.78 kg
Gross Weight: 24.00 kg
Gross Volume: 40.5 l
Package Number: 2
Length: 186 cm
Width: 43 cm
Height: 6 cm
Net Weight: 25.84 kg
Gross Weight: 27.00 kg
Gross Volume: 45.1 l
Top panel: Particleboard, Paper foil, Plastic edging
Back/ Drawer bottom: Fibreboard, Printed acrylic paint
Drawer front: Tempered glass, Particleboard, Fibreboard, Paper foil, Plastic edging
Drawer side/ Drawer back: Particleboard, Plastic foil
Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in a mild cleaner.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
We recommend a TV bench to be a bit wider than the TV placed on it. This TV bench suits a TV up to 72 inches. You can choose a larger TV if it’s not heavier than the specified max load for the bench’s top.
The top panel of the TV bench is intended for a TV with a maximum weight of 30 kg.
Safety and compliance
Handle with care! A damaged edge or scratched surface can cause the glass to suddenly crack and/or break. Avoid collisions from the side - this is where the glass is most vulnerable.
Cable outlets make it easy to lead cables out the back, so they’re hidden from view but close at hand when you need them.