|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.5 x 14.5 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||N200-C|
|Assembled Height||1.25 inches|
|Assembled Length||23.5 inches|
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Boss Keyboard Tray, Cherry
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- High pressure laminate construction
- 3MM pvc bancing
- Cam lock construction for easy assembly
- Finish is durable yet attractive
- Cherry finish
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Once installed, this product fits the bill perfectly. It is an exact match for my desk, seems sufficiently sturdy and rolls smoothly. The brackets are designed to give just enough clearance for the keyboard without the tray being too low and crashing into your knees all day. Width wise, I do not keep my mouse on the tray and I'm not sure there would be enough room if you like to do that.
The installation directions provided are pretty minimal. Don't bother drilling a pilot hole for your screws- at least when mounting the rails to the tray. The screws provided seem to be "self-tapping" and drilling a hole only made it feel stripped and like it wouldn't tighten down aw well as those where no drill was used. You may need a drill to attach it to your desk, depending on what your desk is made out of. You'll definitly want someone to hold the tray while you mark its position under the desk. It was not fun to do that solo. The directions also started with attaching the front edge to the tray itself but mine came pre-attached.
Found after ordering one... that the monitor stand with under drawer was not wide enough nor convenient - so, thanks to Amazon's return policy, I sent that back and ordered this keyboard tray.
Assembling the unit was a challenge, as the instructions leave much to be desired and it's horribly printed. Fortunately, there are only a few components to put together, so following one's instinct works well.
Once assembled, I made a screw hole mounting position template (using the cardboard box from the shipment) to simplify hanging the tray under the desk.
With assistance from my grand kids, it was in place and works exactly as I had hoped.
I did find the following -
1. The tray hanger adjustment can accommodate up to a 2" clearance between tray and desk.
2. The tray slides out 9 inches from the front of the drawer to the edge of the desk -
Overall, this is a great solution to my needs, I am pleased with the quality of the product speed of delivery by the vendor.
Step 1. Attach sliders to board.
Step 2. Place on table to be screwed to, and outline.
Step 3. Remove sliders from board
Step 4. Screw slider hooks (4) to the slider guides.
Step 5. Screw slider with hooks to template outlined in step 2.
Step 6. Screw (4) the board to the sliders.
Installation is not easy. The sliding tracks are not pre-installed to the tray, and the tracks are slightly wider than the thickness of the tray. I would prefer flat edges on both sides so I could slightly extend the keyboard out of the tray when necessary. Unfortunately the wide tracks make the left and right edges higher than the tray surface.
The mounting bracket has several positions to adjust the clearance between the tray and the desk surface. Even using the biggest clearance, the space between the tray and the underside of the disk is still too tight. I had to replace my old keyboard with a thinner one so the tray and keyboard can slide under the desk. I also used a wireless mouse so that I can move the mouse away when retracting the tray.
I also bought a 3M Easy Adjust Keyboard Tray with Standard Platform, 17 3/4 Inch Track, Antimicrobial Gel Wrist Rest for my office. It is much nicer and easier to install/use, but 4 times more expensive.
It's pretty simple to put together. All you have to do is use a drill to screw in the 8 screws into the side of the tray to attach the slides. Then attach the slides to the hanging part and screw the hanging part to your desk. Simple right? Well, yes and no. Yes because if my desk was upside-down, it would be a whole lot easier. Also, you should have enough space for installation. I had about 2 inches of work space on both sides. Made it tough. For me, I used an angle screw thing that I found in the toolbox. It let me go at installing the screws to the desk at an angle. I didn't have enough extenders to reach the screw so that's what I did.
After the installation, I checked to see how sturdy it was. It's pretty darn sturdy. I rested (if that's a word) my elbow on the tray with my hand on my head. I also applied a decent amount of force down. It's not going to fall. The sliders work well. Overall, this was a great buy. Nice heavy, durable tray for my keyboard. I recommend being handy with tools. Other than the installation, everything is great. Maybe my only complaint is the amount of oil/grease/lubricant they apply to the slider is a bit excessive.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to install, no instructions really needed. Just look at the pic here on Amazon and follow it. See pic for how it matched the cherry wood table i had. Read morePublished 12 days ago by lh
I had a hard time trying to figure out how to put it together & when I finally figured it out the screws went through the bottom of the wood rendering it use less.Published 5 months ago by JANET
It looked great in the product picture but it didn't come that way. It needed assembly but the assembly instructions were indecipherable. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Able Devildog
this is a great board! the one that was on my computer desk was broken, found this and installed it and it works better than the original........ Read morePublished 6 months ago by beulahmdockter
This keyboard tray worked well for my application. It is sturdy and looks good: metal hangers and wooden platform. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert A., Philadelphia, PA
If you're planning on using a mouse on this surface, you might want to consider an alternative. The finish on the wood tray does not work well with an optical mouse, causing the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by B Brown