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Ultima Displays launches multifunctional roller banner

Ultima Displays launches multifunctional roller banner

Ultima Displays has introduced Mantis, a multifunctional roller banner with a patent-pending top rail design which provides exhibitors with a two-in-one solution.

As the newest addition to Ultima Displays’ Economy range, which offers modern, versatile and elegantly designed products to accommodate all budgets, Mantis is the first roller banner of its kind to incorporate a multifunctional top rail, which offers the use of either a self-adhesive or snap rail, thus providing the flexibility of two top-rail solutions in one unit.

Andy Jakes, Product Manager at Ultima Displays, explained: “Mantis’ patent-pending top rail design pushes the boundaries of the basic banner to a new level. There are many reasons why some customers choose a snap rail and others a self-adhesive rail; some media works better with a snap rail but an adhesive rail tends to provide a neater finish, but the Mantis enables our trade partners to satisfy both sets of customer expectation with one product.”

The premium-value, economically-priced banner is available in four widths, 600mm, 800mm, 850mm up to 1,000mm, in order to cater for individual requirements, while a three-part elastic bungee pole design supports graphics with a height of up to 2,000mm. In addition, a pole extension is also available for use with graphics up to a height of 2,000mm on the 600mm wide banner. t

The ‘Smartfix’ rail on the Mantis is aluminium with black ABS end caps, while the weighted base has twin, twist-out feet for added stability, along with plastic moulded ends. The Mantis comes complete with a padded nylon bag for ease of transportation.

For further information on the Mantis, click here

 

For further information on Ultima Displays, visit http://www.ultimadisplays.co.uk/

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