Hidrau Paris BM44HP Hydraulic Stool
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A slim, sturdy, modern design with adjustable height pneumatic mechanism-perfect for music schools and conservatories!
Hidrau is an internationally recognised piano stool manufacturer with 45 years experience in manufacturing piano benches. Hidrau stools are exported to more than 40 countries, serving the education sector, international events and the high end entertainment industry! Hidrau is driven by innovation and the search for the newest materials, technology and designs to create not only the most comfortable stools but stools that are works of art with fantastic durability!
The Hidrau Paris BM44HP hydraulic stool, is part of Hidrau's HIDRAU ACADEMY series which are perfect stools for conservatories and music schools with limited space and modern interiors. This is a slim, minimalist design but still sturdy, highly durable and resistant despite its sleek appearance. This makes it great for repeated use by many piano students! The automatic and easy-to-regulate mechanism within a very sturdy, solid metal structure means you can easily and quietly adjust the height as required.
- Modern design with a very strong metallic body.
- The pneumatic mechanism is easily activated by levers.
- The mechanism is very silent and wobble free.
- Its flat upholstery has a high-density foam.
- Ideal for music conservatories for its resistance, easy adjustment and comfort.
- These piano stools are available in a wide variety of models, differentiated by the size of their seats, and of course some models are ergonomic. There are also different upholstery options to choose from.
- Available in matt black with velvet upholstery, synthetic leather, or genuine black leather . There are also available some alternative upholstery colours.
Specifcations and Terms
FREE Acoustic Piano delivery & installation (Upright and Grand pianos)
All acoustic pianos installed on a ground floor location (no steps) are delivered and installed free of charge within the UK, excluding Northern Ireland.
Digital piano delivery - Flatpack to doorstep, weekdays only between 8am-6pm
Option 1) FREE delivery up to 50 miles
Option 2) £49 for delivery 50+ miles from the showroom.
Option 3) £95.00 Premium set-up delivery service (only available within 120 mile radius) including timed delivery, piano assembly in a room of your choice and all packaging disposed.
Option 1) FREE stool delivery
Option 2) FREE headphone delivery
If you have any questions regarding our delivery service, or would like to upgrade to a different delivery service then please call us on 01562 731113 or email [email protected]
In the event that your new piano needs to be delivered upstairs we would require pictures and measurements to be emailed into our sales team ([email protected]). We would then calculate an upstairs delivery quotation for you. In some local cases we may request to come and view the access to make sure the piano will fit round tight corners in a staircase.
Home assembly required:
If you have purchased an instrument from our digital piano range and not selected the ‘Premium Delivery Service’ then the instrument will be arriving in a flatpack box and will require self-assembly.
The assembly of most digital pianos will take you around a minimum of 1 hour. We strongly recommend that you have two people present during the assembly. Instructions of assembly will be located inside flatpack box.
Here at Broughton Pianos every instrument is checked by our fully qualified piano technicians before leaving for delivery, this ensures all of customers are 100% satisfied. In the unlikely event of an item being faulty or not suiting the acoustics of room its being kept in we will assess the situation in a neutral manner and reach an agreement to suit all. Broughton Pianos does not accept any returns for unfaulty goods after the statutory period. We use the discretion of our professional piano technicians to determine if an instrument is faulty. If a change of mind occurs we do our best to find an alternative instrument.