|Item Weight||134 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||71 x 33 x 50 inches|
|Item model number||AX7133AW|
|Color||American Walnut Top / Black Frame|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||71" x 33"|
|Manufacturer Part Number||AX7133AW|
ApexDesk Elite Series 71" W Electric Height Adjustable Standing Desk (American Walnut Top / Black Frame)
|Price:||$599.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- ✔ Height adjustable from 29" to 48" at 1.3”/second
- ✔ Enhanced stablility w/ one-piece fixed steel beam
- ✔ Dual motors with 235-lb capacity & 2-button controller
- ✔ Easy assembly -- screw-less levers for lifting columns
- ✔ 1" thick 71”x33" ergonomically-shaped MDF core with scratch-resistant high-pressure laminate
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The ApexDesk Elite Series Height Adjustable Desk distinguishes itself in many ways and is a big bang for your hard-earned buck: ➢ Stability – The underframe is constructed with one-piece center beam for added stability. It is more stable than many desks that have a crossbar. The underframe is heavy-duty and weights close to 90 lbs. ➢ Crossbar-Free – It allows more leg room and flexibility of adding an exercise bike/treadmill by some users ➢ Ease of Assembly – Most users get it up and running in less than 30 minutes, thanks to the screw-less design that uses levers rather than screws to secure beam to the lifting columns ➢ MDF Desktop – Most desks in our price range are constructed with low-grade particle board. Ours is made of MDF (medium density fiberboard) with anti-scratch, high-pressure laminate – a premium material used primarily in high-end furniture. Top itself weighs over 60 lbs.
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Top customer reviews
I needed to be able to have my dual screens, keyboard, mouse, ten key calculator and scanner sitting on my desk with plenty of space left over to organize the Accounts Payable things that I have to scan in every day along with the other paperwork that gets thrown my way. (See attached picture, but ignore the mess, I have only been over here for a week!) I had sent another recommendation for a desk and then saw this one about 2 minutes later. After some research, we decided that this desk was the one. At a price of $599.99 with free shipping, this desk wasn't too much more than the Varidesk that I am looking at on the desk of a co-worker.
That brings me to the construction. This thing is HEAVY, but don't take that as a bad thing! For this price, I was expecting a much cheaper support system and table top. Each leg weighs a lot because of the box tubing, inside of box tubing, inside of box tubing for the extension and the feet are weighted as well. I probably could have put this desk together by myself but it wouldn't have been easy so a male co-worker came in and helped when I had to move it around. Thank goodness, I am stubborn and I don't like asking for help, but it was needed. The support under the table top is also what holds the motors and electrical control box so it is also made of a box tubing (with some open areas for access) and is very sturdy. The table top itself (I purchased the red apple wood and i like it, not too dark and not too light) is over an inch thick and seems to be a pretty good composite material. That thing was heavy also and I definitely would have needed the help to lift it!
Now to the motorized part: this is awesome! I have some very jealous co-workers because they think that this is one that I have to manually raise and lower and then get a nice surprise when I reach over and press the button. The cleaning lady likes it too since she can raise it up and clean under it better. The only problem I see with the lifting and lower ingis that sometimes it isn't consistent, as in, you press the button and it might start to raise and then stop. Sometimes it will start again without having to release the button but other times I have to press it again and again. This isn't a major issue for me but I am pretty easy going so if things like that bother you then you might see what causes the issue in the motor or electronics. Another thing I noticed was that if you move this, make sure to pick it up (two people) on both ends and then set it back down. If you move it by sliding it, you can put the legs in the slightest bind and then your legs will "pop" when moving. We picked it up and let the legs go where they needed to naturally and it has been fine ever since.
Now to my Health: I am overweight with some health issues that we haven't been able to sort out so when I went to the paperless system and stopped moving all together here at work, I started gaining weight. I have been using this desk for one week now (started last Friday) and I can honestly say that I feel a lot better and when I weighed myself this morning, I had lost 4 lbs without trying. I stand about 5 to 6 hours a day now and listen to music which makes me be-bop a little. I get some funny looks but oh well. I have a mini stepper that I am going to start adding into my daily standing to try and get some more exercise while I am here at work. The fact that I am feeling better already makes me excited for a few months down the road to see where I am at.
I would definitely recommend this desk to anyone thinking about the sit stand option and I know of 3 others in my office that are going to getting one in the next few months. Hopefully I remembered to cover everything I wanted to but if not I can answer your questions.
I really don't write reviews much anymore. As consumers, we are surveyed and polled at a tiresome, almost intrusive level. BUT, I still read reviews like everyone else :)
For me to take the time to write a review, I need to REALLY be impressed.
I spend a great deal of time in my Home Office when i am not traveling. I am an executive in charge of personnel working Mass Merchant accounts primarily in the Western US.
Before purchasing this product I conducted and intense search. The ApexDesk seemed to be the best VALUE and after receiving and assembling this desk, I am pleased to proclaim the product everything I hoped it would be. I only found one table less expensive but when I looked at it I was left thinking "this table just wont hold up." Most everything else I reviewed was much more expensive. I am working on my ApexDesk as I type this review.... and I am standing..... for the moment.
During the day I can raise and lower the working surface to an infinite number of heights that fit my project and mood.. I stand to work 3 to 4 times during my working day and can say altering my position has done wonders for my back and concentration.
The legs of this desk are robust, the design of the work surface is curved and is perfect for the way I work. When the table is moving up and down you can here the whir of the motors but not obtrusive at all.
The one thing I will mention as a way of caution. This thing is built no last but, it is heavy. Take care when you move it.
As I leave you with the main reason I was compelled to write this review. My table top came in damaged from shipping. After assembling the desk, after working hours on the day it arrived, I sent ApexDesk an email around 11p detailing the damage. ApexDesk had a new table top on its way to me the next morning.
Made in America and fantastic service! Way to go ApexDesk, Thank You!
The desktop is compressed board, but extremely heavy, so in shipping any corners or edges have been crushed. You will only discover this once you open the box, as the box may show no signs of travel damage. I called customer service from the supplier off amazon, who has been great in very quickly shipping me a brand new desktop. Then I opened it and once again, crushed corners. VERY frustrating. See the photos included. My office is starting to look like a warehouse.
After the first 4 days of moderate usage, the motor stopped working. When you press the controls up or down, it just makes a humming noise and doesn't go anywhere. Obviously, this defeats the entire purpose of the desk. Once again, I called customer service who then had to redirect me to call Apex directly, as they don't carry the parts. As of right now, I am waiting for Apex to respond to with my voicemail (customer service went to voicemail, btw) or my email message.
I'm extremely disappointed in this whole process and I remain hopeful Apex will help me out. If the motor worked and the desktop shipped undamaged, I'd give it 5 stars easy. But as of right now, PLEASE DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY. Hope to have an update soon.