Cool & Contemporary
This bar table makes a stylish, versatile addition - perfect as a standalone piece or paired with the Kite barstools. In white and chrome.
With a swivel top and a clever, gas-piston lever mechanism so you can adjust the height high or low as suits you. Rubber protection underneath.
Strong and sturdy, this has been crafted from chrome-finish steel and engineered wood in matt white lacquer. Easy to clean and care for.
Striking and modern in style, this make an inspired choice for an open-plan or contemporary set-up. And at a great price too.
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Amy, PR and Social Media Manager says
“ The Kite Collection is all you need to give your kitchen area a more modern feel. And I love that the both the stools and the tables are height adjustable - very practical.
|Get this dispatched||Within 10 - 12 weeks|
|Standard delivery price||£5.95|
|General Dimensions||Diameter 60 x H70 - 93cm|
|Packaging Dimensions||68 x 67 x 21cm|
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|Materials||Steel base and engineered wood top; rubber protection underneath base|
|Finish||Chrome base and matt white lacquer top|
|Special features||Height adjustable - gas lever mechanism. Apply 25kg of pressure to lower the top while pulling lever; swivel top|
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Questions about the Kite Adjustable Bar Table in white (1)
Michelle 3 Sep 2012
Hi - I bought the Kite table. I love it! But, I can't seem to get the hydraulic lift part to work - I.e., the table won't raise and lower and the lever has no tension. What have I done wrong in the assembly?
Made Customer Services 3 Sep 2012
There is a small rubber ring placed on the top of the bottom part of the leg which needs to be removed before the top half of the Table and leg is set in place. Once this small plastic ring has been removed it should be possible to use the hydraulic lift.
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