|Item Weight||102 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||61.2 x 61.2 x 30 inches|
|Item model number||RTA-0039LC|
|Assembled Depth||55 inches|
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Techni Mobili Hip Black Glass Corner Computer Desk, Black, 60.75" W X 55" D X
- Left or Right Hand Interchangeable 8 mm Tempered Safety Black Glass Desktop
- Curved Scratch Resistant Powder-Coated Steel Frame
- Pull Out Keyboard Tray equipped with a safety stop
- Rectangular desktop panels each have a 110 lb weight capacity, the curved corner panel has a 66 lb weight capacity, and the keyboard tray holds up to 33 lbs.
- 5 Year Limited Warranty,Ships in 2 Boxes
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This modern Techni Mobili L Shaped Back Colored Tempered Glass Computer Workstation combines an elegant heavy-duty 8 mm tempered safety glass desktop with the stylish lines of a curved chromed-steel frame. It offers a spacious work space with a slide-out keyboard shelf equipped with a safety stop. The flexible L-shaped design allows you to configure the desk to suit your needs, with the long and short sides being interchangeable. The rectangular desktop panels each have a 110 lb weight capacity, the curved corner panel has a 66 lb weight capacity, and the keyboard tray holds up to 33 lbs. It is ready and easy to assemble . Includes a 5 Year Warranty.
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|Color||Black/Chrome||Clear Glass||Espresso||Sand Granite & Charcoal||Black||Black|
|Item Dimensions||61.25 x 61.25 x 30 in||60 x 24 x 37 in||51.31 x 53.62 x 28.31 in||70.1 x 35.4 x 35.4 in||63 x 32.2 x 31 in||42 x 43 x 4 in|
|Item Weight||102 lbs||96.45 lbs||70 lbs||175 lbs||85.5 lbs||57 lbs|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Wood||Manufactured Wood||Metal||Steel|
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The desks were very simple to assemble, and easy to move around until you connect the corners together. I love the fact that they feature leg levelers, made it very easy to get them level and stable. The glass panels aren't perfectly matched in height where they meet, but the difference is very minor and could be solved by adding thin shims. I'm not using the keyboard tray because its not wide enough for a full sized keyboard and mouse, I'd prefer to have them on the same level.
We plan to use the outside of the U for our 2 year old, her Stokke Tripp Trapp chair works great with the back side of the desk.
Thus desk is sleek, beautiful and looks way more pricey than it is.
To echo the sentiment of one of the other reviews, I definitely think the manufacturer needs to throw in some additional washers. As mentioned, this product is missing an essential plastic washer for the the bolt that goes in the corner to support the rounded piece (where the printer is sitting in the photograph). As a result, that part of the desk is not level. In fact, even in the two corners with the washer, at least on my desk, they sit a bit lower than the two rectangular segments. Without a bolt, the corner dips quite low, nearly beneath the surrounding desk pieces on either side.
I went to Home Depot tonight and purchased a nylon washer. The exact part # is Crown > Bolt Flat Washer 3/8", the plastic bag contains two of these washers. CB #: 86968, SKU 030699869688. The part retails for $0.65 with $0.05 in NY State sales tax ($0.70 total). These washers are white plastic and slightly smaller: outer diameter is 22 mm, inner diameter is about 9 mm, and washer thickness is about 1.5 mm. I am considering stacking both washers to boost that corner by 3 mm which might set up all three segments to be closer to flush. The original washer dimensions are: outer diameter 27 mm, inner diameter is 8.5 mm, and washer thickness is about 2.0 mm.
The surface area of the desk is smaller than I would have preferred but I knew the dimensions going in based on another reviewer's comments. The desk looks contemporary, modern, and sleek. I really like how the circular metal fastener as embedded beneath the glass surface so you have a nice smooth plane to work on. I do wish the corner piece was rectangular rather than have a curved corner, just to maximize the available surface area.
I would encourage the manufacturer to consider bringing to market a new larger model. I think having a big work space would be much better for me. I would love to have a similar styled desk that would have a surface area of 30 inches by 60 inches. I do like the potential of disconnecting the desk and using the small sub-desks for other purposes. For instance, the computer desk could be placed upstairs in one of my dormer windows.
I think all things considered this is a reasonable desk for a computer with adequate space for doing paperwork.
First of all, this is an excellent desk, and I would highly recommend that anyone looking for a good, solid desk, look no further.
I purchased the first one about a year ago, and was a little hesitant when it came to shipping a desk with a glass top. I thought for sure that it would arrive in pieces, and I've have to worry about exchanges etc. When the boxes (2) arrived they were in pretty bad shape, lots of torn cardboard and a few holes. Figured I was doomed for sure. But once I got them upstairs and unwrapped I was relieved to see that everything was fine, and without damage. Assembly is a little cumbersome as there's lots of heavy machine screws, and quite a few small pieces. But the instructions provided were more than enough to get the desk put together. I'd highly recommend getting out a cordless drill/screwdriver and a few hex bits; using the included hex wrenches are adequate, but will take you quite a bit longer to get it all together.
The only step that's a little tricky is joining the 2 desks together with the corner piece, and (if you're like me) trying to get the whole desk, including the corner, level. I'd say if you want to do it right the first time, use 2 people. One laying on the floor, looking up, to tighten everything, and the other to hold the desk & corner at a point where they are level with each other.
About a year later I purchased the second desk (identical), with the intent of joining it with the first one.
Looking from the top-down imagine a backwards letter J.
Here’s how I did it, if you’re not interested, skip this section:
So I put together the first desk, just like it's pictured. Smaller desk on left, bigger desk on right. Then the second desk is attached on the right (at the far right side of the larger desk), starting with the corner piece, then the small desk, followed by the large desk.
To attach the smaller desk, to the end of the larger desk I needed to do a little Mc Guyver-ing, as I didn't want them to just be sitting next to each other, with a gap. I wanted them actually attached, and as close to seamless as I could get. So to do this, you'll need a few extra parts from home depot (lets do this). Please keep in mind, this might void the warranty, but I'm not positive.
I purchased: 3x 12"x5/16-18 threaded rods, 2x 5"x1/4-20 (I think) hex bolts, 2x 1/4" lock nut's and 4x 1/4" washers.
I built the end of the short desk, per the instructions. Then when attaching the second set of legs, I used the threaded rods (above) instead of the included bolts. Followed by another leg piece, and finally screwed the last black horizontal bars into the end of the threaded rods (see picture for finished product). The Threaded rods are for connecting the 3 black horizontal poles together, with 2 leg sections. From left to right, here’s how it’s connected (keep in mind a threaded rod runs in the middle of everything, on all 3 poles): black pole -> ring (part q or r, depending) -> leg -> ring (q or r again) -> leg -> ring (q or r) -> black pole. Then attached the hex bolts with washers and nuts through the holes that would normally attache the corner pieces, to each other. This step is hard to write, but I think with the description, parts and picture you'll get the idea.
All in all it's a great desk. Very sturdy, strong, and stylish.
Lastly I would highly recommend keeping the smaller box, and packaging. Just put all the styrofoam pieces back inside, tape it together and store it under your bed. It's a life saver when you have to move the desk..