Stand Up Desk or Chair (Your Choice)

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Stand Up Desk or Chair (Your Choice)
Price: $64.99 - 249.99
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3/25/2016 - $64.99 - 249.99 - Click To See Discussion (32 comments)

I thought that a Stand Up Chair is called feet and legs. I take my Stand Up Chair with me everywhere I go. It is very convenient. I never go anywhere without it.

Once you use a chair you are no longer standing up.

Discussion/comments from August 2015

Does anyone know how much the desk weighs?

Does the crank handle come off or move out of the way so it’s not sticking out?

This. Doesn’t a chair defeat the entire point of a stand-up desk?

After you’ve been standing up for extended periods of time it’s nice to sit for a spell so it doesn’t feel as if your heels are coming through your kneecaps. The chair can be be used as a regular chair or raised to the height of the table so you can sit down and eat or something, you slavedriver of a boss. IS IT OK IF I SIT DOWN AND FREAKING EAT!!?

Sometimes when I come home I like to sit when I watch TV (the viewing angle is much better). I often sit on the bed to take my socks off or put on my shoes. On occasion I sit when in the bathroom, but I’ll admit not always.

High chairs for standing work stations are pretty tough to select. We had about 30-40 samples pass through our office before we were able to select some that made our staff happy. For the four folks that were choosing, that’s about a 10% success rate. For the price though, it might be worth the gamble.

Weight limit of chair is 250 lbs, if anyone needs to know.

I bought 2 of these tables last time around. They’re way more sturdy than I expected and I’m happy with them. The handle does retract under the table out of the way. I leave them tall 99.9% of the time and have a similar tall chair. It takes about 60 seconds of cranking to raise/lower but I did try out a cordless drill on it and it zipped right up and down quickly. I’m 6’-1" tall and I have one of the tables raised up even higher on 7" concrete blocks so that my elbows rest naturally straight down without any slouching.

Whats the dimensions for the surface of the desk?
Current setup is 2 monitors (with mounting arms instead of stands) plus my tower on the desk surface.

From the features:

Table Top Dimensions: 55.25" x 27.5"

In case it helps, I have a stand up desk I’ve been using for a few years. Mine is 43" by 21.5" deep, and I have two 24" LCD monitors on it. They cover the full width of mine, so one of these desks should be able to handle up to dual 30" monitors it seems. At 55" for these ones, it sounds like a tower and a couple 23-24" monitors would all fit fine.

I have always thought it would be cool to get something like this that can be raised/lowered as desired. I just can’t seem to get beyond the cost of them though.

My setup consists of a couple IKEA tables bolted together, a shelf mounted to the front legs for the keyboard & mouse, and another shelf (created from old office desk parts) to raise the monitors up above the desk level. It all just sits on my existing desk.

Like I mentioned, this setup has worked great for me for the past 2-3 years. I have never had a chair, but a couple guys in my office have some tall ones. They paid a lot more than this one is going for, so I might give it a shot.

When,you raise or lower the desk do the monitor(s) seem unstable like they are going tip tip over? Just wondering how smooth it moves up and dowe and if it’s a pain to crank it?

I’ve owned this desk and it does wobble slightly when moving up and down, but doesn’t feel unstable nor did it wobble so much I was concerned. I guess it truly depends on how fast you’re cranking it. Used a drill once to lower it and heighten it and it didn’t wobble at all. :stuck_out_tongue:

This was a great introductory desk for me, I bought it at this price. Had it for about three months sold it to my roommate and went to get the IKEA Bekant Sit/Stand desk (around $450 if you snag a IKEA coupon) which has a better tabletop, electronic motor for the up/down, and comes with cord management. Plenty of other motorized options though.

Definitely recommend this desk would have been happy overall to keep it, but I was looking for a true work solution. As well as a stronger top since I wanted to mount my monitors to the desk.

One advantage of the crank is sometimes you’ll stand for longer just so you don’t have to lower it.

Mine is missing a piece and woot’s customer service links are all giving me “server errors” when I try to email. HELP!!!

We’re aware of the issue and are working to resolve it.

In the meantime, you can email support@woot.com. Be sure to give them your order number.