|Item Weight||52.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||36 x 26.8 x 4.2 inches|
|Item model number||49900|
|Size||39.76 x 32.87 x 6.50|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FBA_49900|
VARIDESK 49900 - Height-Adjustable Standing Desk - Pro Plus 36 - Black
|Price:||$395.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- VARIDESK Pro Plus 36 standing desk is designed to accommodate those with dual-monitor setups or larger workspace needs
- The two-tier design gives you an upper display surface for your monitor, and a spacious lower keyboard and mouse deck
- Height-adjustable to 11 different positions for ergonomic comfort. Remains sturdy and stable even when fully extended
- Uses VARIDESK's patented spring-loaded lifting mechanism to easily lift up to 35 lbs. (15.8 kgs.) in 3 seconds, allowing you to stand up and sit down without breaking your concentration
- Comes fully assembled right out of the box - no assembly, installation, or tools required!
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VARIDESK will Change the Way You Work!
Sit or Stand
VARIDESK allows you to move throughout your day so you're never locked into one position
No Assembly Required
Simply take it out of the box, place it on top of your exsisting desk and you're up and working in minutes.
Easy to Operate
The dual-handle design and spring-loaded boost mechanism make raising your monitors and gear almost efforless.
Sitting all day … standing all day … it’s really the “all day” part that’s the problem. Your body wants to move and VARIDESK makes it easy to switch between sitting and standing throughout your workday.
The Pro Plus 36 sits on top of your existing desk and allows you to work comfortably sitting or standing.
The Pro Plus 36 is a standing desk sized to accommodate those with dual-monitor setups or larger workspace needs.
The two-tiered design with separate keyboard/mouse deck gives you plenty of room for basics and accessories with the added convenience of never having to move any components when raising or lowering your VARIDESK.
Like all VARIDESK stand up desk models, the Pro Plus 36 features our patented, spring-assisted lift mechanism that allows you to raise and lower it almost effortlessly in just seconds, making it a true sit stand desk.
You’ll see why so many people love their VARIDESK Pro Plus 36.
It can hold up to 35 lbs. (15.8 kg) with ease and stays sturdy and stable even at its fully extended height.
- Product weight: 52.15 lbs.
- Dimensions (Weighted Base): 30"(W) x 24"(D)
- Dimensions (Flat): 4.5"(H) x 36"(W) x 29.75"(D)
- Dimensions (Extended): 17.5"(H) x 36"(W) x 41.75"(D)
- Extension Height: 17.5" (Display Surface) & 14" (Keyboard Deck)
- Work surface measures: 36"(W) x 29.75"(D) (Display Surface & Keyboard Deck)
- Keyboard deck measures: 36"(W) x 14.25"(D)
Make Any Desk a Standing Desk!
Our Pro Plus Series is best for users looking for more space in a two-tiered design.
The upper deck can accommodate a laptop and monitor or dual monitor setup.
With a lower deck that offers plenty of room for your keyboard, mouse, and more your desk will accommodate all your needs.
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We ordered this desk and it came a day earlier than anticipated. Setting it up was cake. There's no assembly. I got everything setup in 15 mins, and it was back to work. I love the desk. I'm 5'10" (1.78 meters), and this desk is the ideal height for me at it's highest setting, so I can understand why taller people have given the desk negative reviews. My review may not have been as good if I was a couple inches taller myself. For my height, it's perfect. I've posted a couple pictures so you can get an idea of what it looks like. The second picture I posted shows how the desk looks next to me, a 5 foot 10 inch guy.
Some have said the desk is unstable. The monitors do shake a little when I pound away at the keyboard, and I'm detracting one star for that. I wouldn't call it "unstable" though since I don't see any chance of it falling or of anything falling off of it. It's only a minor inconvenience. I adapted quickly. It didn't bug me much considering my last desk was cardboard :) I do recommend this desk for people that are my height or shorter....and maybe an inch taller.
Being able to easily switch being sitting and standing is a big plus! Standing for too long has it's risks as well (varicose veins).
I really enjoy the Pro Plus 36 but almost went with the Pro 36 because I thought I was going to have a lot less desk space. I end up being very wrong. At home I have my Surface Pro 3, my 29 inch monitor very comfortably on the desk (see images). I have plenty of room to put more items on the desk such as ipad, folders, paperwork, and can easily fit my Moleskin planner on the keyboard tray. I also have the Pro Plus 36 at work and fit two large monitors comfortably.
My husband and I work on the computer 10+ hours a day and the desks have tremendously helped our backs and our energy levels. The desks are sturdy but I wouldn’t recommend any heavy leaning while the desks are extended.
First, sure I can adjust height to different positions. Those positions are pre-set, fixed positions. I needed to try a couple of times to get it to the height close to where I want it to be. Every adjustment and locking came with the annoying click click noise. I have expected it to be reasonably quiet, but that is not the case.
Second, when I set it at a specific location, it is not securely locked into that position. Rather the desk still can move down for about an inch when I applied a little force on the desk, like it is cushioning. Why is that? It literally changed the position you want it to set at, when you put on your monitors or other stuff on the desk surface.
Third, the desk wobbles left or right beyond the reasonable tolerance (to me). So when I type, put on or take away something from the desk, it just responds to that motion. I was expecting a solid and stable positioning from the desk but it didn't seem to deliver.
I am having trouble to securely push down the desk to its lowest position. The right side always pops up unless I press it down really hard. I didn't try Varidesk before, so can't tell whether this is a common issue or a defect.
Once the desk lifts up to the full height, the keyboard tray sticks out quite a bit, and I have to stand back and give away some space. I feel the desk may tip if I lean on it. Sure I would not purposely do that, but in my view it has tipping risk. I hope such risk has been well assessed and validated.
So, my conclusion is this desk is not meeting my expectations for a premium quality standing desk at almost $400 price range. I am going to return it and look for other solutions. I can only speak from my experience, but would not be surprised if others have similar experience. I would NOT recommend this desk to anyone who seriously considers a $300-$400 price range standing desk. There got to be better ones. Do your research and don't blindly go with number of reviews or ratings.