|Item model number||LLR81974|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.5 x 32 x 16 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||21.5 x 32 x 16 inches|
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Lorell Sit-to-Stand monitor riser, black
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- Designed for 2 monitors or a monitor and laptop
- Adjustable, ergonomic keyboard tray
- Adjust desk Riser to 5 heights to sit or stand as you work
- Ready for use - fully assembled
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Adjustable desk riser offers a healthy addition to any desk that allows you to sit or Stand while you work. The large, 31" x 20" work surface accommodates two monitors or a monitor and a laptop. Ergonomic keyboard tray moves up and down with the desk and moves out/in for the most comfortable position. Five height adjustments (up to over 16" above your desk) allow a comfortable standing position. Gas spring will allow you to easily move the desk up and down, even with your computer equipment. Riser is fully assembled for use right out of the box. Load capacity is 50 lb.
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Not totally sure, but I think Lorell and Rocelco are the same company, from Canada, and the risers on Amazon from both companies are identical. I ended up buying this Lorell one because I was more confident in the dimensions depicted (the other one was more vague), and I think it was $10 or so cheaper at the time.
It's heavy, doesn't really move around on the desk, and is fairly easy to manipulate, but not as easy as it looks like in the Rocelco commercial. The locking lever things in the back don't slide smoothly. They get stuck in the middle. Enough to where, when I want to change position, I don't just click and unlock it with a smile on my face as I gently urge the riser in the direction I want it to go. I go around the back, click each lock, then carefully lift it up or push it down (depending). I say 'carefully', because when lifting it, the pneumatic pumps don't respond immediately. It has to be pulled at the right angle, or you'll just start lifting the whole thing off the desk. Pushing it back down is easier than pulling it up.
I've started noticing, too, that the plastic/vinyl edging is loose on the right side where my right hand pulls/pushes to change its position, so I'll have to fix that with some glue.
Overall, I'm pretty happy with this contraption. Transitioning to a standing desk is a major life hack for someone working at a computer all the time. Don't forget to get a mat to stand on.
There's not much assistance in lifting the riser at first, however once you get a couple inches up, the pistons kick in and help assist you raising it the rest of the way. Same thing with going down. With this much weight, it's a slow decent at first, but will just drop quickly and thud if you were to let go with a few inches left. It's sturdy and handles fine though. Even without locking it, you can raise it all the way and push on it, without the riser going down, thought I would still lock it for prolonged use with this weight. I've only had it for a few days, so I'll update if anything happens to change my mind. Other than that, this is exactly what I was looking for at the right price.
**update: two other people in my office have bought these since I did. Everyone has had just as great of an experience as I have had.
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The locking mechanism is a huge pain to adjust when you can actually lock/unlock.