|Item Weight||59.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 29.5 x 45 inches|
|Item model number||1923CY|
Safco Products 1923CY Muv 45"H Stand-Up Desk Fixed Height Computer Workstation with Keyboard Shelf, Cherry
- Stand-up fixed height 45"H computer workstation desk
- Durable 3/4" melamine laminate fixed top 29 1/2"W x 19 3/4"D, adjustable keyboard shelf 24 3/4"W x 13 1/2"D and 2 supply shelves
- Decorative molded side panels hide computer cables and cords
- Steel frame construction with durable powder coat finish
- Mobile on four dual wheel carpet casters, two locking
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Safco Muv Stand-up Workstation
Where To Use
Muv Stand-up Workstation allows you to stand while working, and is ideal for computer use. Muv is perfect for office and workspace use, in schools, laboratories, libraries and home use.
The Safco Muv Stand-up Workstation Advantage
Muv Workstation features a 45-inch height, allowing users to stand while working. Standing during the workday may be a healthier alternative to sitting, with the possibility of burning more calories and improving posture. The work surface on top is perfect for placing a computer monitor, while the decoratively molded side panels hide cables for a clean and organized appearance. The keyboard shelf extends 9 ¾ inches and retracts under the work surface when not in use. Muv Workstation also features two shelves below the keyboard shelf for additional storage, perfect for a printer, paper and additional supplies. Shelf height can be adjusted in 5-inch increments. Muv is also mobile on four casters, for easy transportation if needed
About Safco Products
Safco Products Company, a division of Liberty Diversified International, was founded over 45 years ago. Since then, Safco has grown to be a leading provider of office organization, furniture and comfort enhancing products for the workplace. Our product offering ensures high quality, up market designs at mid-market prices surrounded by remarkable service.
- Muv Workstation features a 45-inch height, allowing users to stand while working.
- Workstation features work surface on top, ideal for placing a computer monitor.
- Workstation features decoratively molded side panels that hide cables for a clean and organized appearance.
- Keyboard shelf extends 9 ¾ inches and retracts under the work surface when not in use.
- Workstation features two shelves below the keyboard shelf for additional storage.
- Shelf height can be adjusted in 5-inch increments.
- Muv Workstation is mobile on four casters, for easy transportation if needed.
- Muv is constructed of steel (frame) and compressed wood (shelves).
- Work surface dimensions are 29 ½ inches wide by 19 ¾ inches deep by ¾ inches high.
- Bottom shelf dimensions are 25-5/8 inches wide by 13-3/8 inches deep.
- Keyboard shelf dimensions are 24 ¾ inches wide by 13 ½ inches deep.
- Finished product dimensions are 29 ½ inches wide by 22 inches deep by 45 inches high.
- Desktop weight capacity is 100 lbs.
- Keyboard shelf weight capacity is 25 lbs.
- Middle and bottom shelf weight capacity is 75 lbs. per shelf.
- Finished product weight is 61 lbs.
- Assembly required with easy-to-follow instructions included.
|Muv Stand-up Workstation (SAF1923CY)||Muv Stand-up Adjustable Height Workstation (SAF1929CY)||Scoot Stand-up Workstation (SAF1908BL)|
|Material||Steel (frame), Compressed Wood (shelves)||Steel (frame), Compressed Wood (shelves)||Steel|
|Weight Capacity||100 lbs. (desk top), 25 lbs. (keyboard tray)||100 lbs. (desk top), 25 lbs. (keyboard tray)||200 lbs.|
Get a Muv on and choose to stand with the Muv fixed height 45"H stand-up workstation that is perfect for computer use. Overall the workstation is 29 1/2"W x 22"D with durable 3/4" melamine laminate top worksurface 29 1/2"W x 19 3/4"D with weight capacity of 100 lbs. Fully equipped with an adjustable 24 3/4" x 13 1/2"D keyboard shelf with weight capacity of 25 lbs. The keyboard shelf extends 9 3/4" and retracts under the work surface when not in use. Two lower shelves hold printer or additional supplies. Decorative molded side panels hide computer cables and cords for a clean appearance. Steel frame construction with durable powder coat finish. Mobile on four dual wheel carpet casters, 2 locking.
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Top customer reviews
I work from home three days a week, and my work requires a separate computer. For many months now, I have been thinking of buying a stand-up desk that would house only my work computer and that I would use while on working hours. After looking around at several very overpriced models, I settled on this one. One of the selling points was from the reviewers who said it was easy to put together. I am a single female and not very adept at DIY home projects. However, I did manage to get this together by myself in about two hours. If I can do this by myself, ANYONE can. It now serves as my work station and is situated next to my sit-down desk. This is wonderful because I bought a separate monitor, mouse, keyboard, etc., to go into the stand-up station, which means I no longer have to plug and unplug my monitor, keyboard, and mouse to switch from one computer to another.
Some reviewers said this might not be suitable for shorter people. I am 5'1" and feel it is absolutely PERFECT for me. The monitor is exactly eye-level and the keyboard puts my arms at a perfect and very comfortable 90-degree angle. Caveat: this perfect-for-me height was achieved by removing and discarding the wheel castors and connecting screw, which easily added another 3 inches to the unit's height. The wheel castors are the only gripe I had about the construction, anyway, so it's no loss. There was no way to lock them into place and they kept falling off. This was a problem when I moved the newly-constructed unit from my livingroom (hard wood floors) into the bedroom where it would reside. The wheels fell off immediately and the now-exposed screws scratched the hardwood floors. Fortunately, the unit is very easy to move back and forth even without the wheel castors, and even on carpeted floors. All in all this product definitely serves a need I have had for a very long time and at a very reasonable price.
The problem, though, is that standing desks are still a niche market, and there are relatively few products available. And the products that are available are expensive. The Wirecutter's top recommendation (and not the most expensive one) is $1497. That's something I might invest in the future, but it's far too much for an entry point standing desk, especially for someone that will be moving in the near future like me. At the opposite end of the spectrum is the IKEA hack desk (google IKEA standing desk hack). This was closer to what I was looking for, but it requires already having a regular desk as a base and a power drill, neither of which I already have. Plus, I hoped for something a bit classier looking.
A less pricey recommendation by The Wirecutter was the Safco 1926CY 35" Wide Adjustable Height Workstation, 19-3/4d x 33h, Cherry PVC Top. This is the adjustable version of the product you're looking at, priced at $80 more. The advantage of an adjustable desk is that you can customize the height to be exactly what works for you. This is preferable for most people, since most people won't be precisely the right height for a fixed height standing desk. And some people like adjustable desks so that they can shift the desk from a standing height to a sitting height when they want. However, I scoured the reviews for the Safco fixed height desk, and it seemed that a lot of people around my height range (5'6) thought that it was the right height for them. Still, I was a bit cautious, because not everyone knows what the appropriate height for a standing desk should be.
There are two key factors in making sure a standing desk is the right height for you. The first is that your eyes, when looking straight ahead, should see the top half of the computer screen. The second is that your forearms, when placed on the keyboard, should be about parallel to the ground (i.e., 90 degrees relative to your shoulders). At 5'6, I fit the Safco fixed height desk perfectly (actually, my laptop is a bit lower than it ought to be, but a regular monitor would be a perfect height). Note that, contrary to what some of the other reviewers seemed to suggest, you should not be looking down at all to see your computer screen; you want your neck to be level when viewing the screen.
As for the material of the desk itself, I'm quite happy with it. I thought the pictures online looked a bit ugly, but I think it's actually quite attractive in real life. The cherry wood is an attractive, reddish-brown hue, and adds a bit more of a sophisticated look to a relatively cheap desk. The black frame, while not as elegant as the cherry, doesn't look out of place or bad at all. It took about 2 hours to construct single-handedly, and it was fairly straightforward (and everything is provided except a screwdriver). The shelves all feel sturdy, and there is no rattling or shaking when I type on the keyboard. The keyboard tray slides in and ought smoothly. I also like that the desk is fairly compact; the multiple shelves provide plenty of shelf space (and each shelf is more than large enough for me), but the surface area the desk takes up is fairly small, which is great for my New York apartment.
In summary, this is an excellent standing desk if you're around 5'4-5'8. Note, though, that if you're a few inches below 5'4, this could still work perfectly well if you don't add on the wheels. And even if you're, say, 5'9 or 5'10, you could still make it work by stacking putting your computer/monitor on a phone book, and the keyboard height will still probably be fine. If you're outside of those height ranges, however, I would not recommend this desk; it'd be worthwhile to instead get the adjustable height version instead. Lastly, since standing desks tend to be quite expensive, the Safco desk comes at an excellent price point. While perhaps not as fancy as some of the more expensive desks, it's lacking neither in functionality nor in looks, which I'm very happy about.
PS: If you're going to get a standing desk, you should really get an anti-fatigue mat as well. I recommend the Imprint CumulusPro Commercial Grade Series 24-Inch by 36-Inch, Black.
Feel free to ask any questions in the comments.