Arozzi Arena Leggero Compact Gaming Desk - Black
|Top Material||Engineered Wood|
|Material||Engineered Wood, Metal|
About this item
- Microfiber machine-washable and water-resistant mouse pad
- 3 cut-outs for cable management and monitor attachment
- Cable management Pouch underneath
- Steel legs & MDF surface
- Weight capacity (when Spread evenly) 143.3lbs
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Arozzi is a Swedish company founded in 2013. Our products are built in the spirit of eSports and feature ergonomic design with high levels of comfort. Arozzi’s portfolio currently features gaming desks, computer chairs and glasses, streaming-optimized microphones and a racing simulator.
The arena leggero gaming desk is the smaller version of its bigger brothers the arena desk. Measuring at 114cm (3'9”) x 72cm (2'4.3”) x 72.5cm (2'4.5”) the arena leggero is ideal for those living in an apartment or smaller spaces. This gaming style desk is covered with a full-surface mouse pad which is crafted with water-resistant Microfiber & anti-slip rubber bottom. The interchangeable & machine-washable mousepad has 3 cut-outs for monitor attachment as well as top of the line cable management system that continues to a tight mesh basket underneath. With durable steel legs and MDF board, the arena leggero will help up your setup with an intricate cable management system, a superb mousepad, & outstanding design.
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DO NOT BUY THIS TABLE
All of the tutorial videos will tell you to tighten this screw of that screw, including the tutorials from the manufacturers themselves. Doesn't work. I tightened the screw and it reduced the wobble, but it was far from stopping it. In fact, I tightened the screws so much that the desk became stuck and I was unable to disassemble it. Also the bearing that holds one of the screws came out of the wood. I sent Arozzi a picture of this and they refused to replace it because I had no way of sending the 100 pound mess back to them.
This thing is a nightmare. Avoid it at ALL costs.
I thought the alignment of screw holes was off when assembling the desk so I checked out their YouTube assembly video. The instructions that come with the desk have only pictures (not great) but the YouTube video explains not to tighten any screws until a certain point. Following this video, my desk fit together perfectly and I'm loving it.
My only concern is the durability of the mouse pad after heavy use and cleaning as I don't think the company sells replacement mouse pads for the Leggero like they do for the bigger desk.
Keep it up Arozzi!!!
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I thigthened screws 3rd time, its same + some of the screw so poor quality, 2 or 3 of them of the "B" screws already not turning.
Only recommend it if you not plan to do big mouse movements.
Build quality desk top is sturdy, comes in 2 parts which just align together with a male/female bolt at 3 points in the centre join. Though the end bolt at the top edge of the desk had burst through the veneer on both halves of the desk top which is a manufacturing fault. Construction quality of the metal legs is good metal but only spot welded in select places which for a desk of the price i paid is unexpected.
Anyway, got it built and found that if you nudged the desk it wobbled and continued to wobble for some while, not a loose bolts wobble but a jelly like wobble that was extremely noticeable, the only way to resolve this would be to cross brace the two legs at the base to prevent any vibrating horizontal movements which is what causes the wobble. It's a design flaw and when the desk is upside down you will notice this more on the legs. It has nothing to do with tightening bolts or screws as some have mentioned - believe me if i tightened screws any more i'd have sheared the bolts off!
Didn't look at the mousemat cover but like the whole concept of that feature. I don't know what the rest of the products are like but this one wasn't for me.
If you're looking for a desk to use with a laptop or maybe as a normal writing desk maybe it would be ok for you but the wibbly wobbly jelly of a desk was a no for me.