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Great Sit/Stand Desk at a Good Price!
Reviewed in Australia on 1 June 2019
This is a nice sit/stand desk frame, especially given the price. It's quite a solid unit, with some wobble when extended, although I don't tend to shake the desk while using a computer. I can't imagine many desks at 125cm not wobbling. The legs are telescopic with the widest part at the top and the narrowest bit at the bottom. With a design like this it would be more difficult for the manufacturer to add some angled bracing. I would hope in the future they might make the lower legs the largest part and brace them against the feet. Having said all that - it's really not a big deal.
Installation was very simple. The instructions were clear and all the screws/bolts were well labelled in pouches so you knew exactly which ones to use at which step. Connecting the motors and keypad to the control unit, the desk worked perfectly straight away. The centre beam in the desk slides apart depending on the width of the desktop you wish to install on it (it is BYO table top). The frame contains some cable management features; however I added an Ikea cable management tray to make things a bit easier for me. I also added a PC/CPU holder so my computer would move up and down with the desk, meaning only the power and an Ethernet cable move when the desk moves, all other cables stay the same length.
The desk moves quickly up and down. Setting the memory buttons on the keypad is really simple. There is an alarm function in case you are in the same position too long - although I haven't tried that function and don't intend to so I can't comment on how well it works or how annoying (or not) the alarm is.
If you are looking at a sit/stand/adjustable desk - this is a terrific option at a great price.
Edit: April 2022. 3 years on and this desk is still going strong, even with my toddler thinking it's a game to make it go up and down over and over again.