Kirami FinVision® -changing room clothes hanger S Nordic misty

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A clothes hanger tailored for the Kirami FinVision® -changing room is available as an accessory; it is installed on the back wall of the changing room.

The clothes hanger is made of heat-treated hardwood and has five hooks for hanging towels, bathrobes or clothes neatly. Tub hats can be placed nicely in order on the shelf on top of the clothes hanger, or it can be used to store other small items while sauna bathing. If the clothes hanger is ordered at the same time as the changing room, it is installed in the factory.

*We reserve the right to material changes, if the raw material prices and/or availability of the products change significantly during the validity period. We try to keep the quality of the material at least the same as the original, despite the change of material.

Made in Finland
Product code
3545
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  • Kirami FinVision® -changing room clothes hanger Nordic
Weight
4.8
Packing length
18
Packing width
129
Packing height
20
Installation height: The height of the top edge of the clothes hanger is 1,800 mm from the floor.

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