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REM, a UK-based specialist in spa and salon furniture, has launched two new pieces: the Florence Nail Table and the Plaza Pedicure Chair.

Designed for manicures and other nail services, the Florence Nail Table is priced between £664 - £885. It features a contemporary design with an acetone resistance work surface, steel legs and adjustable feet, as well as built-in storage including two drawers and a cupboard for storing tools and equipment.

The table is available in both single and double position units and can be finished in any laminate.

Other features include a cable port to the work surface and a mag lamp holder, while optional extras include twin chrome electrical sockets with USB ports that can be pre-wired or not.

The Plaza Pedicure Chair is described as a luxurious booth pedispa

The Plaza Pedicure Chair, priced between £2165 - £2417, is described as a 'luxurious booth pedispa'. Designed to provide a comfortable experience for clients, the Plaza chair can be finished in more than 20 laminate and fabric options and finishes.

It features a ceramic foot basin with a chrome mixer tap and integrated hose, as well as a padded footrest and laminated basin cover. It can be purchased with or without the Whirlpool motor.

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REM UK Ltd
REM has more than 70 years experience in manufacturing Salon equipment. Suter Equipment, REM's predecessor, began making salon dryers in the 1930's. REM was formed in 1997 and acquired Suter Equipment then. The company still makes salon dryers today (although of a considerably advanced design!) but added to that is the vast range of salon furniture, seating, reception desks, wash units and beauty equipment that go to make up REM today.
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Glenfield Mill, Glenfield Road, Nelson, Lancashire BB9 8AW
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