|Item Weight||39.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||44.2 x 8 x 23 inches|
|Item model number||33-341-200|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||33-341-200|
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Ergotron WorkFit-S 33-341-200 Dual Sit-Stand Workstation - Steel, Plastic, Aluminum - Black
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- Helps counteract the harmful effects of increasingly sedentary work styles
- Promotes proper ergonomic positioning and a sit-stand work routine
- Get affordable ergonomics
- Counterbalanced adjustment points allow instantaneous, tool-free re-positioning while you work
- Burn more calories by choosing to stand for periods of your work-day.
- Maximum LCD height adjustment of 23" (58 cm) for premium comfort
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WorkFit: The platform for balance and productivity
Transform any surface into a personalized stand-up desk. Change from a sitting to a standing position and back again whenever you want. This height-adjustable workstation moves your keyboard and two LCD displays in one simple motion, making computing comfortable for prolonged periods.
- Align two monitors side by side to create a productive dual-display workstation
- Counterbalanced adjustment points allow instantaneous, tool-free re-positioning while you work!
- Easily and simultaneously lift your keyboard and LCD screens to the proper height for unsurpassed ergonomic comfort
- Flexible, open-architecture design is scalable for future computer equipment
- Patented Constant Force lift technology provides fluid, one-touch adjustments of the keyboard and monitor positions for personalized computing
- Promote fitness and comfort as you compute by standing more and adding movement into your work routine
- Comfortable computing offers provable ROI on investment—healthcare costs and missed time are reduced while productivity increases
- Burn more calories by choosing to stand for periods of your work-day. WorkFit can help counteract an increasingly sedentary lifestyle
|≤ 22"*||6–14 lbs† |
- In the box: height-adjustment column, desk clamp, crossbar, two (2) LCD pivots, keyboard tray with left/right mouse tray
- * Maximum outside width of display is 21.25" (54 cm) when displays are 20" (5 cm) thick. This is typically the horizontal dimension of a 22"-diagonal screen-size monitor. Actual allowable width of displays will vary slightly depending on display thickness. Add the accessory Hinged Bow (part number 97-583-009) to increase maximum screen size to 24"
- † Weight Capacity: Maximum load on height-adjustment assembly = 31 lbs (14 kg). LCD weight = 6–14 lbs (2.7–6.3 kg) each, 12–28 lbs (5.5–12.7 kg) combined
- ‡ Lift Range: LCDs and keyboard adjust 18" (46 cm) in tandem; LCDs adjust 5" (13 cm) independently; maximum LCD height adjustment = 23" (58 cm)
- Desk Clamp attaches to surface edge .47" to 2.4" (1.2 to 6 cm) thick
- NOTE: Because mounting surface materials can vary widely, it is imperative that you make sure mounting surface is strong enough to handle mounted product and equipment
- Order accessory Hinged Bow (part number 97-583-009) for added benefits: Turn a screen to share the view with others; attach larger displays of up to 24" in size
- Keyboard tray includes mouse tray that installs on left or right
- Durable, easy-to-clean exterior composed of aluminium, high-grade plastic and powder coated painted steel
- Mounting Standards: VESA FDMI MIS-D, 100/75, C (hole pattern: 100 x 100 mm & 75 x 75 mm)
- NOTE: Computer systems mounted on a WorkFit-S may require extra long power and video cables in order to span between standing and sitting heights
|Mounting Application||Single monitor||Heavy display||LCD & laptop||Dual monitors||Dual monitors|
|Maximum Screen Size||24"||30"||22"||22"||22"|
|Monitor Weight Range||6–16 lbs||16–28 lbs||6–16 lbs||6–14 lbs each||6–14 lbs each|
|Notebook Weight Range||N/A||N/A||≤ 10 lbs||N/A||N/A|
Top Customer Reviews
First off...throw out the stock keyboard/mouse tray. It's horrifically bad, and doesn't even seem to be designed to work with the desk. I guess its good if you use the worldest tiniest keyboard and mouse. Instead, add another 60 bucks or so to the cost of this unit, and get the deep keyboard tray.
Part Number: 97-651
This tray actually has some thought put into it, and is large enough to fit a full natural curve keyboard, and a full xtrac pro mouse pad. For some reason, ergotron failed to provide 4 mounting holes for it (even though there is 6 available), so you will have to drill another 2 manually through the tray if you want added stability. I've attached an image in the reviews to show how large the tray is, and the size of the keyboard/mouse you can fit on it.
The hinged bow.
If you read carefully, you'll notice that the hinged bow also states (allows for the use of dual 24 inch monitors). Why this isn't the default is beyond me. You "can" fit dual 24's on the standard work fit S, but you won't be able to use the retention screws on the end, and they'll be slightly precariously mounted. I attached photos of my dual 24's as well. (Asus VS248 LED). Keep in mind that not all 24's will work. They need to be lightweight LED models with thin bezels. (very current).Read more ›
* It's designed by a medical equipment company, and the quality level shows, as does the price. But it works as advertised, and is functional and sleek. If you understand the concept of paying more for more, you can rest assured that you do get what you pay for with this. It is not cheaply made.
* To raise/lower the entire contraption takes only slight pressure on the silver arm - somehow they've calculated a neutral tension point (which can be modified if needed, but I haven't, works fine at the default setting for me). No knobs or screws or detentes or notches or switches. Ingenious.
* You can also raise/lower the monitors separately from the keyboard part, as well. I'm 6'0" and I've got the total height of the unit at less than maximum, so it can raise quite a bit, probably good enough for a 6'5" person, if I had to guess (depending on desk height). Lowest level is also lower than I need by several inches, so the range is quite wide (dependent on chair height, of course).
* The unit can stop anywhere between the highest and lowest settings. It is not a two setting device - it can rest anywhere along the continuum of the lowest to highest points.Read more ›
1. The monitors are too close to the keyboard
2. The monitor angle is not adjustable
3. Monitors shake when I type.
On the positive side, being able to attach a device to an existing desk is invaluable and I will keep loooking for one that is a little sturdier and more adjustable.
1) there's some evidence that working out each day--hard enough to do as that is--doesn't compensate very much for sitting down at a desk all day; and
2) it stands to reason (no pun intended) that being on your feet helps your blood circulate more quickly through your brain and make you more intelligent while you're doing work on a computer.
I looked into everything from the $1,000+ desks that rise and lower with a motor, to a DIY platform using InterMetro shelves. This was the best solution I came up with for my cubicle-like situation. At home, I have a secretary desk and put a yellow pages (yes, they still exist) as a platform for my laptop to get the same experience.
* Set up is reasonably easy. You'll need someone to help you (to hold the monitors while you fasten them to the workstation) but I got everything set up in about an hour and had no compatibility issues with my Dell monitors of one- and four-year-old vintages.
* The raise and lower feature is nice as you're getting used to standing (you might feel sore or tired for days #2-4 if you stand up all day). I've only used it for a month so I can't speak too much to quality but the system seems well-engineered (Ergotron's primary customers seem to be hospitals, who are probably more demanding on quality than consumers) and raising and lowering is a matter of pushing moderately.
* It just feels solidly built overall. At height, it doesn't have a latch to hold it at a particular level but there is still no wobbling or tilting.
* You may still wish that you could have your papers at the same height as your keyboard.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you have any one-sided neck or back problems that cause you to favor your right over your left (or vice versa), DO NOT get this product. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Sarah Stanley
I don't normally give 5 stars.
I had Ergatron monitor mounts in the past and the reason for the expensiveness is quality. These are high quality metal parts. Read more
A little bit of assembly required. Very sturdy and easy to adjust. I find standing up most of the day really helps with overall stiffness and fatigue. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Doug B.
Great desk! The mouse tray is plastic but it does seem to be sturdy enough for me. They should consider a better solution if they do any redesigning. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Pretty good. Sometimes it is a bit more sensitive and the screens goes down due to the weight.Published 5 months ago by Andrew
Was easy to install, very ergonomic and looks stylish in my office.
I had to get some longer DVI cables for my two monitors as the screens could not quite slide all the... Read more
Works well, gives me the convenience to sit or stand at work with basically no effort to switch between the two positions. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dave
Wish I had bought this many years ago. Only downside is the inner tilt of the monitors is fixed. I want them facing each other more.Published 8 months ago by Scott