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Sit-Stand Height Adjustable Desk Frame Workstation, Manual Crank
Boost your productivity with increased workplace comfort and improved health with this sleek, modern sit-stand desk. Raised and lowered using a smooth crank system, this height adjustable desk frame lets you work from a seating position and change to a standing position whenever you want. The extended height means that even very tall people can find a perfect sitting or standing position, and unlike the competition, our desk frame is designed to support desktops ranging from 43" all the way up to 87" in width, to fit into any space and accommodate truly huge desktops.
Sit or Stand Height Adjustable
Crank adjustable from 29.5" to 47.2" high for seated or standing position.
Pick Your Own Desktop
Accommodates desktops from 43" - 87" wide. Stylish, economical desktops are easy to find online, at ready-to-assemble furniture and home improvement stores.
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|Type||Sit-Stand Height Adjustable Desk Frame - Manual Crank|
|Weight Capacity||Up to 132 lbs. (60 kg)|
Questions and Answers
I have an IKEA Galant Desk. Would I be able to use this desktop and install it on to this frame? Do you have general instructions for adapting any desktop to this frame?
No minimum depth is specified in the measurements on this page, but the top bracket is 23.6". The bracket that holds the hand crank adds an additional 2 1/8". So without any do-it-yourself modifications, the minimum desk depth is ~25 3/4", if you don't mind having the feet mis-centered. If you want the posts to be in the middle for the best balance, the minimum depth is 27.9"
I drilled 4 holes through the top metal bracket to overlap the hand crank mount with the bracket (like how it's shown in the picture at the top of the page) to fit everything centered on a 25.5" deep piece of Ikea countertop.
9 months ago
PROS: Expandable width is a great option
Manual crank works well
CONS: None yet, we will see how it holds up over time
PROS: Solid quality frame with easy cranking.
CONS: Parts were mismatched and did not fit together properly.
PROS: Heavy duty, cranks easily and well made
CONS: Parts are a little snug
3 months ago
I have been using this desk for a few weeks now, and am very satisfied with the purchase. It's a very solid desk, and the sit-stand mechanism works well.
Like a few others, I had marginal difficulty with screw-hole alignment during initial construction. It seems like a few of the clearance holes could possibly be slightly larger. That said, I got it together with only minimal difficulty.
11 months ago
PROS: Sold, Nice Finish, Simple Assembly, Very Stable, Very Customizable.
CONS: I had one screw hole that did not line up at all, there was no way I was going to get the screw installed with how out of alignment the holes were. However it was in a location where there were three other screws so I felt ok leaving it out.
The only other complaint is I wish the hex bar for the crank handle was a little longer. I wanted to set the crank mount slightly under the desk top and not right on the edge, however this means you need to be careful when cranking not to scrape up the edge of your desk top, and the crank handle's hex bar post is so short that you don't have much play.
10 months ago
7 months ago