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Snap frames are great for semi-permanent displays where your messages can be updated by unclipping the frame and securing a new message in its place. Available as freestanding and wall mountable displays.
Snap frames are front-opening poster holders. Also referred to as clip or click frames, all four sides of the frame are spring loaded to open with ease and release the poster. Once a display poster has been replaced and a clear cover sheet added to protect the display, the frame edges can be snapped back to secure the poster in place. This simple to use system makes changing messages on a regular basis really simple.
Snap frames come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit multiple uses from wall mountable, freestanding to outdoor friendly. Talk to us today on 0808 149 4663 about your snap frame display needs today or chat to us online if you have any questions during standard working hours.
Wall mountable snap frames can be secured to walls to create semi-permanent signs. Great for retail as poster advertisements, offices for notices and hotels for hospitality announcements.
Freestanding snap frames are great to use for information signs and menu stands. As well as being portable, they can also be secured in place when necessary for a more permanent display solution – such as in a restaurant to maintain the same location, but change the display on a regular basis.
Our freestanding snap frames are available in a variety of sizes and include single, double and even three sided options.
If you need to change your posters, or menus on a regular basis outside, then choose an outdoor compatible snap frame.
As well as traditional two sided A Boards that adopt a snap frame to lock in your posters, you can also choose from a three sided poster display that can be secured into place and is a great weatherproof solution.
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