|Item Weight||58 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 29.5 x 49 inches|
|Item model number||1929CY|
|Assembled Height||35 inches|
|Assembled Width||29.5 inches|
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Safco Products 1929CY Muv 35-49"H Stand-Up Desk Adjustable Height Computer Workstation with Keyboard Shelf, Cherry
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- Stand-up adjustable height 35" to 49"H computer workstation desk
- Durable 3/4" melamine laminate work surface 29 1/2"W x 19 3/4"D, adjustable keyboard 22 3/4"W x 13 1/2"D and 2 lower 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 Adjustable Height 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 Workstation Advantage
Muv Workstation adjusts in height from 35 inches to 49 inches and is adjustable in one inch increments, allowing users to customize workstation height and 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.
- Shelf height can be adjusted in 5-inch increments.
- 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 22 ¾ inches wide by 13 ½ inches deep.
- Finished product dimensions are 29 ½ inches wide by 22 inches deep by 35 inches to 49 inches high.
- Desktop weight capacity is 100 lbs.
- Keyboard shelf weight capacity is 25 lbs.
- Middle and bottom shelf weight capacity is 50 lbs. per shelf.
- Finished product weight is 58 lbs.
- Assembly required with easy-to-follow instructions included.
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|Material||Steel (Frame), Compressed Wood (Shelves)||Steel||Steel (Frame), Compressed Wood (Shelves)|
|Weight Capacity||100 lbs. (desk top), 25 lbs. (keyboard tray)||200 lbs.||100 lbs. (desk top), 25 lbs. (keyboard tray)|
Get a Muv on and choose to stand with the Muv workstation that adjusts in height from 35" to 49" for stand-up computer work. Overall the workstation is 29 1/2"W x 22"D with a durable 3/4" melamine laminate top worksurface 29 1/2"W x 19 3/4"D. Fully equipped with an adjustable 22 3/4"W x 13 1/2"D keyboard shelf. The keyboard shelf extends 9 3/4" and retracts under the work surface when not in use. Additional 2 lower shelves. 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.
Top customer reviews
A number of reviewers mentioned the difficulty of install/poor quality of the castors, but I chose not to use them, since that would make it a "movement" issue while typing, in my estimation. Flat on the floor/carpet [without rollers] works just fine for me. True! There are a few inches lost in height, but you'll need to make that judgment call yourself. Another reviewer didn't like the use of double stick tape to secure the bottom two shelves. Quite frankly, unless you're going to rest some heavy object on the front, or back edge [only] of either shelf...... it will NOT be a problem, as it's verrrry secure.
One note to keep in mind during initial assembly: Since the two shelves, and the keyboard shelf are almost identical in size, be very careful that you do not, by accident, pick up the keyboard shelf while attempting to install the two bottom shelves; I did just that, due to poor lighting in the room, and not paying close attention. The keyboard shelf is a few inches shorter in width, and it also has  four small holes drilled on the bottom side, for attachment to the metal slides.
Another reviewer called it a LEMON. While I have no doubt that the assembly simply didn't work out for him...he "may" have made a few critical errors. For one, it's best to assemble the unit on a hard, level surface, and not on carpet, since you want opposing parts [LEFT, and RIGHT sides] to be level with each other [best to check with a inexpensive carpenter's level]. Also, don't screw all the screws in TIGHT, till they're all in place, and than...slowly tighten each side, while making sure that each side is still parallel with the other by just using your own eyes....example: installing the keyboard slide, and pulling each out, and from the side...viewing to see if each is reasonably in eye-sight line with each other [you may need to loosen up either the front or back screw to get the visual result you want]. Once they're in line with each other...TIGHTEN THEM.
That same reviewer "claimed" that it was impossible to assemble WITHOUT A HELPER to assist! ???????????????
Nay! Nay!! LOL!! :-)
I'm over 70 years old!!
I assembled two of these units myself!!
...and WITHOUT HELP!
REALLY!! IT'S NOT NEARLY THAT DIFFICULT......."IF" you take your time!
On the other hand, though...I'm blessed with good eye/hand coordination, and perhaps...he simply wasn't!
...........or, just likes to complain! [ouch!!] :-)
Other than that..... the assembly went smoothly, so that said: Any one want two extra sets of wheels? LOL!!
This holds my office supplies, 27" lcd monitor, and papers and stuff with keyboard so maybe 35 or 40 pounds. It's not particularly mobile with the wobbling top but the casters are sturdy and stable enough for moving as long as you hold the top in place. The height is perfect for me at 5' 8" and I love how the second level raises the monitor to level with my eyes, though its to high for a writing surface which Im ok with. Over all this is something I'd buy again if I needed something affordable for computer only work.
It seems like quite a well-made desk, and is solid and sturdy. It wobbles a little on soft carpet, but doesn't seem at any risk for falling over.
My one complaint (which isn't enough to dock a full star from my rating) is that the sliding keyboard tray slides in too easily. There's some resistance to prevent it from sliding out by accident, but once it's out it glides back and forth with the slightest pressure. I ended up just leaving the tray in most of the time and putting my hands under the top desk to type, but it's slightly annoying. Also, as others have mentioned, it's not wide enough for both a full-size keyboard and mousepad. I have the mouse on the top surface, so the keyboard is alone on the sliding tray (also, that allows the main part of the keyboard to be centered, with the numpad to the right).
On the whole, I'm quite satisfied.