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I need to get dimensions and photos, so am making a preliminary post, to try interest. As of today, I have a large metal laptop charger cabinet for sale. A sturdy, ex-school one on wheels, with lockable doors either side and air vents on one side. It has multi power points and shelves to store at least 16 laptops, if not more, (need to take photos and check.) As it would make a cracking, lockable tool storage unit, thought it was worth a punt on here. Would make a good project, shelves and internal electrics could be removed.
School bought it for £400, a few years ago and it has bee housed in a massive school safe, so pretty clean condition.
Anyone interested? Open to sensible offers, as proceeds go back to school. Collection from Derbyshire village.

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If it's the standard 19-inch rack-mount cabinet then it will indeed command a decent 2nd hand price. Sadly there's no way I could get to Derbyshire otherwise I'd be interested.

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That's a shame. Located not far from M1 and Chesterfield. Caretaker is sick of it being in his store cupboard, so needs to go asap. I was going to use it for a storage unit in the shed but my other half wants bike space! Any monies made will just get ploughed into school resources, as it is a small village school. No idea what they make second, so opento offers. Will get dimensions and photos tomorrow.

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Do gumtree, collection only and it will more than likely fly out your hands.

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Never used it, is it free?

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Is it this sorta thing??

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/laptop-chargi ... 23375df471

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[quote="Bludall"]BillyGoat,

Never used it, is it free?[/quote]

Yep,

Waste-in-law uses it all the time: http://www.gumtree.com/derby

or whatever your area is, just search for. It's usually people that just come and get it - no messing around.

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No, looks like a heavy metal cupboard on wheels, no handles on top, shelves are horizontal, not vertical. Looks more like this one, from memory.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SAHARA-MOBY-G ... 0989119455

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I'm very local and would be happy to store until someone is able to fetch, if needed.

Sadly, I've no use for it :roll:

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Back from work, if anyone is interested, it is this 16 bay/ shelf laptop cabinet. Only one tiny spot where paint is chipped off, less than size of a five pence coin. Dimensions 605 mm deep x 915 mm wide x 940mm floor to top height.http://www.goeducation.co.uk/Sahara-Mob ... bygo16.htm
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Pictures showing, lockable service door on rear, front with door storage, left and right power sockets, kettle plug power socket on reverse and tiny chip on top. Asking £120 or nearest offer.


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