|Item Weight||58 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 29.5 x 49 inches|
|Item model number||1929MO|
|Assembled Height||49 inches|
|Assembled Width||29.5 inches|
|Assembled Length||29.5 inches|
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Safco Products 1929MO Muv Stand-Up Adjustable Height Computer Workstation with Keyboard Shelf, Medium Oak
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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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|Color||Medium Oak||White & Black||Gray||Gray|
|Dimensions||49 inches x 22 inches x 29.5 inches||45.5 inches x 20 inches x 29.5 inches||49 inches x 22 inches x 29.15 inches||45 inches x 22 inches x 29.5 inches|
|Item Weight||58 pounds||59.5 pounds||58 pounds||61 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
The instructions are okay. There are only pictures -- no word instructions. It is dated 05/07, so they probably have not modified the design in many years. If you have spatial skills and stare at the pictures long enough, you should eventually figure it out. The desk comes with an allen wrench and open-end wrench. All you need is a phillips screwdriver.
My wife's desk does have two cosmetic defects: 1) the top shelf has a chip and 2) one of the feet has a crack. They were probably caused during shipment. We did not ask for replacement parts, since we did not want to add two parts to the landfill.
Overall, my wife is very happy with her desk. I would buy one for myself, except we don't have the budget to buy another computer right now. This desk is pretty much what we imagined.Read more ›
The surface of the table might be on the small side, but it is enough for me. The actual tabletop is freely adjustable at any increment. If you look at the picture of the table, you will see four metal rods sticking up. These rods are fixed to the table top and the entire thing (rods and tabletop) can slide up and down. Once they are in position, you use four wing nuts to keep it in place. They act more as a clamp and doesn't actually thread through. Because of this, you shouldn't add too much weight to the main table top (I think the manual tells you this as well). However, I tested it and it seems to do a great job at preventing slippage and I haven't had any issues with it.
The keyboard tray can only be adjusted at 1 inch increments below the main table top, so the height of the main table top does somewhat determine where your keyboard tray will go (on the lowest one, it is about 6.5 inches from the top of the tabletop to the top of the keyboard tray. There is another hole ~5 inches below this, but I'm not sure what the use of this is...use keyboard tray as shelf?). The keyboard tray is a bit on the small side, but it is able to comfortably fit an old Microsoft comfort desktop set by having the keyboard hang over the edge of the keyboard tray (I recently upgraded it to a "Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 Keyboard and Mouse Set". It still hangs off the side, but I am fine with it).
The bottom two shelves are fixed in height and cannot be adjusted. I find them great for holding external hard drives, routers, etc.Read more ›
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....Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Professional look. Easy to put together. Ordered two more. Probably will order againPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Very happy with the product. I use it for my oversized laptop and still have room on the top surface for mouse and small notebook. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I use this desk almost every day and I love it! It came together pretty easy though it has a lot of parts and takes a little patience. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tammy
Wobbles uncontrobably with normal typing. Even if you lift your hands entirely off the keyboard slide, anything but the lightest keystroke will shake the whole unit and monitor.Published 3 months ago by tps
One of the biggest reasons I bought this product was because it was adjustable. Technically, it is! But realistically, it's not. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ryan Bedard
This is my first standing desk. I've had it for about five weeks now. I put my laptop on the top and use a wireless keyboard on the shelf. Read morePublished 8 months ago by L. Brenner
It's very nice quality. It looks professional and is solid. Was easy to assemble. No complaints here!Published 8 months ago by LoLoLoLoLola