|Item Weight||65 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||44 x 10.7 x 10.2 inches|
|Item model number||JRV1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||JRV1|
Jarvis Standing Desk Frame Only - Electric Adjustable Height Sit Stand Desk - 3-Stage Extended Range Frame with Memory Preset Handset Controller - Desk Top Not Included (Black, Extended Range)
|Price:||$445.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- Height adjustable desk frame from 23.25" to 49.25"
- Sit-stand desk frame supports 350lb lifting capacity with quiet motorized 1.5" per second height adjustment
- Supports table tops from 44" - 82" wide and 24" - 36" deep with telescoping crossbar (top not included)
- Digital display handset with 4 memory preset options for easy adjustment
- Industry-leading 7 year warranty on all frame, mechanical, and electrical components
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Add “adjustable” and “standing” to just about any surface with a Jarvis frame. Among the many clever customer ideas we’ve seen: DIY adjustable standing butcher block table, DIY adjustable standing synthesizer stand, DIY adjustable standing radio host podium, or you know, the classic DIY adjustable height standing desk.
Whatever you build, be assured that this frame has been #1 on The Wirecutter’s review of standing desks for four years running.
Custom-made vs. off-the-shelf components. Our goal has been to make the desk that has it all— it's attractive, stable, durable, and easy to assemble.
Industry-leading 350 lb. lifting capacity and 25.5” of height adjustability with an impressive top height of 51”. The LED programmable push-button memory handset gets you switching positions with speed and ease.
Small details = huge difference. We build our frame with heavier steel feet (not aluminum) and a lifting column that’s wider at the bottom to make a more grounded, less wobbly, top heavy desk. We added rubber grommets to cut down on the noise and vibration. And we've hidden the exterior hardware to make a cleaner look.
Simple set-up. Even if you and tools aren’t the best of friends, we promise you can handle this one. We’re known among customers for our easy-to-follow instructions. You can do it!
Note: Jarvis Desk Frames are designed to work with 120V power input. Using a voltage converter could cause damage to the desk, and is considered improper use. Resulting damage is not covered by the warranty.
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A few tips:
-- As many have recommended, buy a tabletop from Ikea.
-- Purchase an anti-fatigue mat to use with the desk. Your feet will appreciate it.
-- To avoid any wobbling, do not put your keyboard on the very edge of the desk. You'll end up slightly pushing the desk away from you while typing. Instead, place the keyboard a little further in. Then the pressure created by typing will be downward and will prevent wobble.
-- The desk provides tools for managing the cords of the desk, but not for managing the cords of anything else. To minimize clutter, I recommend strapping a power strip to the underside of the desk and plugging everything into that. To manage the cords of what's plugged into the strip, you should buy some nylon zip ties and some cable mounts. You can purchase both of these items on Amazon for less than $10 and have more than you'll ever need. I have attached a picture showing how I've done this with my desk. The end result will allow you to have a single cord for the power strip dangling down from the desk.
Benefits worth emphasizing:
-- If you're using an exercise ball instead of a chair, most desks will not be the correct height and allow your arms to form a right angle. This desk goes low enough for me to use an exercise ball when I need a slight break from standing.
-- This desk gets really high. I was pleasantly surprised. I'm 6'4" and this desk gets plenty high enough for my use.
I also wanna share my experience with the table top. Many of the buyers of this desk frame use door slabs or cheap table tops available in Homedepot and Ikea. This is certainly one of the best choices because it is very economic and easy to be installed with wood screws provided by the desk frame package. And you can change the top whenever you want. But for me, I chose to use a walnut hardwood table top. I bought it from a lumber company. Using a hardwood top is not recommended because of the expensiveness and the great amount of time taken. It may be possible to find a cheaper hardwood top from the flea market.
If you choose to use a hardwood top, wood screws are not ideal since they may limit the times the top can be disassembled from the frame. I used threaded inserts and M5 machine screws. The threaded inserts can be easily purchased from amazon. But be careful when installing it. Definitely check out the the reviews under the threaded inserts for the tips such as using a slightly larger drill for the threaded inserts. Here are my experiences for your reference.
1. Use a smaller drill that fits the holes on the desk frame for drilling pilot holes. This is very important because the error-tolerance of assembling the top and the frame is very low.
2. Use a 27/64 drill for the holes for the M5 threaded inserts of which the package suggest a 3/8-inch drill. You may do some experiments to find out the best size of the drill. For me, the 27/64 is the best to protect the wood, allow easy insertion of the inserts, and provide enough tightness between the inserts and the wood.
3. To insert the threaded insert, do not use a flat screwdriver for insertion. Instead use a longer M5 screw with two nuts. There is a video teaching how to use it when googling threaded inserts. The video uses a machine screwdriver. In my experience, it is better to use a hexhead M5x50mm screw and use a nut driver to put the threaded inserts in the hole. This way is easier to control the direction of the threaded inserts (ideally we want to make it straight into the hole which is often not very easy lol) and is superb when you wanna get the inserts out by using the technique taught in the video.
Always do a lot of experiments with spared wood before you really do it on your table top. Installing the hardwood top this way needs a lot of efforts but is very rewarding. In the end, I got a gorgeous desk which I hope to use for 10+ years.
It elevates/descends VERY smoothly and quietly (noise appears to increase a little with heavier loads).
The ONLY downside (and this is just physics) is that the desk wobbles a lot at standing heights for a 6' tall person. I have a two-monitor setup and after the stability of a normal height Galant desk, the amount of wobble was disconcerting. If I had first viewed the desk in a showroom it would have been a dealbreaker.
HOWEVER, since I will be standing only about 2 - 4 hours a day, and mouse-clicking and typing, this is somewhat acceptable. If you use moderate force on your desktop or do a lot of drawing and erasing the wobble may present an annoyance for you.
Even with the wobble I feel this is an excellent product.
UPDATE - the wobble is officially distracting... It does not feel like the desk is going to come apart, but the swaying is bothersome. It appears I need to remove my keyboard tray and work with the keyboard and mouse on top of the desk (near center of work surface) to reduce the wobble.