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    Workstream by Monoprice Sit-Stand Height Adjustable Table Desk Frame Workstation, Manual Crank
    Product # 15721
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    Model 15721
    Type Sit-Stand Height Adjustable Desk Frame - Manual Crank
    Construction High-grade steel
    Weight Capacity Up to 132 lbs. (60 kg)

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    How deep can the tabletop be to not interfere with the manual crank? It says how wide of a tabletop it can accommodate, but not the depth.
    Nicholas J on Nov 23, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I have a 30" deep top on it, and that is about the narrowest you can go. I think it could easily accommodate a 49" x 97" top. My top is 96" wide with no problems. The edge of the crank receiver has to be flush to the top's edge, but it is adjustable to the leg assembly.
    Does the crank handle extend outward, so that you can extend it beyond the desk to crank it, then push it in when you're done?
    A shopper on Mar 18, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No, the handle is removable. The mechanism id anchored to the desk top.
    What is the dimension front to rear? Would like to put a 24" deep tabletop on it, but one person related the minimum it would accommodate would probably be 30"
    J E M on Apr 29, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, 30" front to rear would work. The top support bars go 23.6" deep (narrowest that would work but might not be ideal), and the feet go 27.6" deep front to back. For best results, tops that go as deep as the feet would work best so you can position flush to a wall or next to another piece of furniture. Hope this helps.
    I bought this desk but lost the hand crank, where can I buy another hand crank?
    Nathan G on Mar 6, 2018
    What is the weight of this item?
    Timothy E on Jan 2, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, this item is around 59 lbs. Thanks for checking.
    Can you put the crank on the other side?
    New User U on May 20, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I believe it can only be installed on the right side of the desk. The crank is removable however, it just slides in and out. You can remove it when your finished adjusting the height.

    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?
    Andrew K on Jul 15, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, yes your existing desktop should work with this frame, as long as the dimensions fit. According to the Ikea website, the Galant desktop is made of particle board (unlike their lower end desktop models that have a paper core) so you should be able to mount this properly. One thing to check is the desktop thickness because the included screws are 3/4" long, if the top is too thin you might need to get washers to make sure the screws don't go through the top. The included screws are self-drilling, but installation would be easier if you pre-drill using a small bit (around 1/16" would work). Instructions for mounting a top would be included, but generally an easy way to do it is to lay the desktop upside-down on carpet, place and adjust the upper desk frame to your desired position and length on the desktop, and pre-drill. You can screw the top at this time or wait until the table is assembled and upright. If you encounter issues with your existing top, you can also check out products 21601 to 21606 for desktop options. Thank you.
    how much weight can the stand hold and still rise and lower smoothly?
    A shopper on Jun 18, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The weight capacity will be up to 132 lbs. (60 kg)
    How many crank revolutions does it take to raise the desk an inch?
    A shopper on Sep 7, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: About 2 revolutions. The mechanical advantage is enough so that it can be turned by children or elderly.
    Is it possible to install wheels on the legs?
    A shopper on Oct 22, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Only with a bit of elbow grease since they are not made for wheels in mind. Also not related to your question but a freely moving standing desk is a safety hazard, imagine losing your balance and using the desk as support... but you probably anticipated that already and have in mind lockable wheels. My desk is in another location so I can't be sure, but I would get castor wheels and drill the mounts right through the feet, which are metal. An alternative but easier method is to attach the wheels to 2 suitable lengths of wood as wide as the legs, rest the legs on the wood and just zip tie/secure them together. Fast and easy.
    Has anybody tried adapting a cordless drill to drive the crank for raising/lowering the desk surface?
    New User U on Mar 12, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, that is my current setup. This allows you to use a deeper tabletop as well. I try to be careful not to overcrank near the height limits though since the drill puts out much more torque than hand cranking.
    How many revolutions, to raise desk say... 12 inches?
    New User U on Nov 12, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It takes about 50 revolutions, or 30 seconds to adjust by 12 inches
    The hand crank version shows a up-down range of 29.5" to 47.2". The electric model (15722) shows 24.4" to 47.2". The sit high is different by 5.1". I am hoping this is a typo on the manual crank and it will drop to 24.4" as I need the sit height at 27.5". Can anyone confirm the lowest sit setting for the manual crank version is 29.5"? Strange the manual crank wouldn't be able to go as low.
    Jim M on Jun 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, the lowest setting for the manual crank model is 29.5". This is because the mechanism is a bit different between this and the electric version.
    I only see a black frame pictured. Does this come in a white frame?
    Kelly G on Mar 3, 2018
    4.3 / 5.0
    30 Reviews
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    1 Star
    Solid Frame. Check fit for shallow desktops
    Frame assembly was easy. All the parts fit together with no problem. Minus 1 star because the minimum height of 29.5" is actually quite high for sitting unless you're tall.

    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.
    December 11, 2016
    1 year ago
    Solid Heavy Frame
    Great frame, I mounted a current IKEA table top I happened to have to the top. Feels very sturdy, even at max height when I am standing.

    PROS: Expandable width is a great option
    Manual crank works well

    CONS: None yet, we will see how it holds up over time
    July 30, 2016
    Works great, Saves my lower back.
    The crank work well and is easy to operate. I couldn't be happier with it so far. I attached it to a 48 inch piece of cubicle table top which was previously attached to cubicle partitions. The stand fit it perfectly and it raises high enough to make me feel comfortable typing at the desk top even though I am 6 foot 7 inches tall. Being able to stand at my desk totally relieves my lower back injury. I couldn't be happier with this product.
    August 2, 2016
    Great Product. Horrible Installation Quality.
    After an excruciating process, I finally got this desk frame together. The two hexagonal bolts that secure the legs to the main frame were mismatched and did not fit together properly. It took a solid 20 minutes of filing down the inner housing before I was able to even slide the bolt through. The legs are large and hard to maneuver and give very little room for adjusting. The desk works GREAT, however if you're not somewhat accustomed to customizing pieces to assemble a product I don't recommend purchasing this desktop frame.

    PROS: Solid quality frame with easy cranking.

    CONS: Parts were mismatched and did not fit together properly.
    August 8, 2016
    Excellent adjustable desk
    When I received the desk I was amazed at how heavy it was. The parts fit perfectly and the entire desk is well made. The crank mechanism works smoothly although I've only had it down once since I put everything on it. I've suggested it to several of my friends with back issues from sitting all day.

    PROS: Heavy duty, cranks easily and well made

    CONS: Parts are a little snug
    September 7, 2016
    I like it fine!
    i did have to make some adjustments to accommodate a 25" deep top.
    July 6, 2017
    1 year ago
    Sturdy. Useful. My back hurts.
    Love the desk. Built my own top for it to suit my needs as well as fit the room perfectly. Still getting used to a standing desk which makes the sit / stand part of this desk amazing. Would recommend.
    November 27, 2017
    1 year ago
    Sturdy, easy
    Shipping was quick, assembly was easy, and this thing is sturdy. The proof will come in six months when the crank has been operated a few times, but initial quality looks great. Very happy with the purchase.
    February 28, 2017
    1 year ago
    Cheap but well built
    Well built and you can add your own top. I did not have any alignment issues as per other reviewers.

    You can even add a drill if you become too lazy but the manual crank works well enough that I can go from lowest to highest without too much trouble.
    January 3, 2017
    over 2 years ago
    Great Value
    Works great and is easier then expected to raise and lower. Only thing i would suggest as an improvement would be some holes mounted on the metal desk mount frame for mounting the crank. We used a very narrow table top so we didnt have any desk material to mount the crank too, and drilling through the robust frame rail took, a really long time.
    November 1, 2017
    1 year ago