Electric Dual Motor Desk Frame with Memory Controller
I installed an Ikea 74" butcher block counter top on this and it was pretty easy. So far no errors with the control panel like other models reviews all claim. I've been using the motor every couple days and it works fine. It does make a bit of terrible noise going back down but it may have too much weight with my desktop, laptop, monitors etc.
Uses the top of your choice. Very sturdy. Dual motors for super-smooth operation. My only regret is that I waited more than a year into the pandemic to buy this for my home office.
It has very smooth and quiet raising and lowering. Raises to a height of 47.2" and when you add a nice top, it is right at 48" Its nice you can use any top you love, for example I used a slab of Acacia with a natural edge which is beautiful.Very sturdy and works great! A definitely mush have for a home office!
Could not be more happy with quality, ease of assembly, and function. Save your money, do what I did:Used a 60 inch by 30 inch by 3/4 inch (thick) birch plywood piece, left over from building kids' desks. Then applied band-it real wood veneer for the edges (iron's on with a household iron) and stained with a combination polyurethane and stain product from my local Lowe's (get the small can, I used half). I chose 'Ebony' stain which, in combination with the lighter birch natural color, gave a semi-distressed look without having to 'distress' the wood. In the end, for less than $240, I got a standing desk with a great wood top. (Sorry no picture).FYI, Lowe's or Home Depot, will cut your plywood to size upon request. Bonus, usually only pay for the cut piece. Both have different selections of hardwood plywood that will work. One could also do butcher block, but that may triple the cost of the desktop, if budget is a concern.Happy standing!