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Bobrick designs device holder for washrooms

The Klutch is a washroom accessory that temporarily stores laptops, mobile phones and bags and is easy to install in toilet cubicles and common areas

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The Bobrick B-635 Klutch has a stainless steel satin finish and is accessibility compliant. It measures 190x228x64mm.
The Bobrick B-635 Klutch has a stainless steel satin finish and is accessibility compliant. It measures 190x228x64mm.

Research has suggested that as many as 26 per cent of people in the UK admit to using their mobile phones in the washroom. Bobrick’s B-635 Klutch mobile device holder offers a practical solution for keeping mobile devices safe and secure anywhere in the washroom, including within toilet partitions and cubicles, in common spaces or any other private area where storage is required.

The sleek, compact design 'klutches' mobile devices for safety and fits with any decor. Its easy installation makes it suitable virtually anywhere in the washroom. An integrated bag hook holds up to 36kg and can accommodate multiple items. Klutch features a three-year warranty.

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Klutch washroom device holder features and benefits

1. A sleek, compact design secures mobile devices for safety and fits with any decor.

2. Easily installation in toilet compartments, common spaces or private areas where storage is required.

3. Versatile styling that can accommodate multiple items and includes an integrated bag hook that holds up to 36kg.

For more information and technical support, visit bobrick.com

 

Contact:

020 8366 1771

uksales@bobrick.com


 

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