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Second Hand Classenti LP1 Digital Piano (Polished Ebony)

Classenti LP1 

FREE 2 year 'At-Home' warranty (parts and labour included)

Price £799

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Rent-to-Buy: Â£45 per month, more info
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Delivery: £45 anywhere in the UK (or collect from UK Pianos in Enfield, North London)
Age: 2 years
Colour: Polished Ebony
Type: Display Model
Condition: Excellent
Warranty: 2 years 'at-Home' (parts and labour)

Dimensions:

Width 137cm (54 inches)
Depth 34cm (13.5 inches)
Height 75cm (29.5 inches)
Weight 35kg

Delivery Time and Cost

London and surrounding areas within 2-3 days.
The rest of the UK usually within 1 week.
Delivery £45 anywhere in the UK, or collect from our North London store. 

View this piano in our Enfield store or call 020 8367 2080 to reserve it.

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This piano is on display in the UK Pianos showroom: 83 Southbury Road, Enfield, EN1 1PJ.

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