|Item Weight||49 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||44.5 x 10.8 x 6.5 inches|
|Item model number||DESK-V101M|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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VIVO Black Manual Height Adjustable Stand Up Desk Frame Crank System Ergonomic Standing 2 Leg Workstation (DESK-V101M)
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- CRANK SYSTEM - Simple crank system using minimal effort to adjust to your desired sitting and standing height
- TELESCOPIC HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT – The strong legs use telescopic adjustment transitioning from sitting to standing in seconds
- SOLID SUPPORT - All steel construction and a thick leg support system with a load capacity of 132 lbs
- FRAME DIMENSIONS - Frame Length: 39" to 61.5" Frame Height: 29" to 48"
- COMPATIBILITY - Recommended table top measurements: length of 40” to 80”, width of 24 to 36”, and a thickness of 3/4” and greater
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The manual crank height adjustable desk frame (DESK-V101M) from VIVO is the perfect desk to provide you with a standing desk station, allowing you to find that much needed healthy balance of sitting and standing throughout the long work day. Poor posture puts an unnecessary and unhealthy strain on your back and neck, but now you can elevate your workstation to an ergonomic viewing angle. Additionally, standing throughout the day keeps the blood flowing and helps you stay awake and alert.
Telescopic Height Adjustment
This product's solid steel legs utilize telescopic height adjustment, which ensures that the transition to your ideal position takes place in a matter of seconds.
The solid, all-steel leg support system has a load capacity of 132 lbs. This sturdy composition keeps your desk frame stable and makes certain it will last.
An easy transition between sitting and standing is made possible by this product that elevates your workstation to an ergonomic position with the simple, low-effort crank system.
The stable design of the frame ensures that the crank system will continue to function properly and efficiently no matter how extensive the use.
The following are the suggested dimensions for any tabletop used with this desk frame:
Suggested tabletop length of 44” to 90”
Suggested tabletop width of 26” to 44”
Suggested tabletop thickness of 3/4” and greater
Max weight capacity of 132 lbs
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-Lowest price-point with good quality ratio on Amazon.
-Made of Steel and holds 132 pounds
-Flexibility of the frame let's you choose what desk top configuration and size you want
-It works, it goes up and down
-Honestly, not a lot of pieces and it assembles pretty fast
-I wanted more hold-able weight from the frame, 175 would have been perfect for me. The crank feels close to weight now for me. If I could though, I would add a Keyboard Tray and an underneath hanging tray for files and pencils (Safeco makes one).
Confirmed from other reviewers:
-You need about 28 inches width in your desk top to mount the handle
-Sight wobble when fully extended, especially if you lean on it (doesn't bug me)
-Rising sometimes puts my monitor a little out of alignment (doesn't bug me)
-If you use 3/4 inch wood for your desk top, you are going to have some trade-offs
-You will need smaller screws (they will go right through your desk top) or place thick washers/bolt nuts onto them to give them a spacer.
-You need to brace your desk, especially if you have monitor arms (plan to place the clamp directly above the brace on ends.)
-keep your middle free for the actual frame or make a brace that completely encompasses it.
It's much easier to buy a high quality sheet of plywood at home depot, have them custom cut it, and start staining it. However, since it's probably going to be 3/4 inch. You are going to need to figure out how to brace it (underneath with additional wood)
My Custom Build Notes (Read if interested in building desk top from scratch): For my desktop I used three 1x8's and one 1x10, all 72 inches long.
Joining the Boards together:
-You have to join boards in sets of two (Requires Biscuit joiner, biscuits, and lots of wood glue, two long clamps, and 4 small squares of wood to use on the clamps so they don't tear up your boards).
Two boards = 1 big board
Two big boards = Desk Top
Three separate joins, each takes a day/overnight to dry (Cause you probably only have 2 big clamps)
Cut the final piece down to size:
Cut length these down with a table saw (or keep), we used a circular saw.
Mine is cut down to a length of 63 inches, leaving the width at 31 inches
We rounded the corners facing me, to prevent hitting myself on corners.
Add underneath braces:
I braced mine with 1x4s (31 inches) on each end (8 screws total, 2-3 in each board), this is a vital step. Do not skip this.
Fixing the Imperfections in your joins: (Requires sander, sawdust from sanding, and wood glue)
Joins don't usually come out perfectly so you have to sand the part where one board is taller than another.
Then once sanded, rebuild those sections to a smooth transition with sawdust and wood glue mixture.
Also, use the mixture to fill in gaps between wood boards so it looks like one piece. (I don't fill in knots, I like the way they look)
Let it dry overnight. (Remember, use sawdust/glue mixture sparingly or tape it because wood glue doesn't hold stain very well)
Smooth surface sanding:
Sand the entire desk surface (top).
You should be able to run your hand across it and it feel smooth to touch.
Wipe away excess sawdust with damp rag.
Stain it one color of your choice.
To me, staining is an art. I used 3 different types of stains for mine so it would have a rustic look.
(Dark chestnut, Pine (lighter color, don't remember), and Red mohagony)
The bonus of multiple stains is that imperfections are not easy seen and it gives the wood character.
Stain entire desk top (underneath one color only, sides, and top)
Remove excess stain with rag (It drips)
Coat with multiple coats of polyurethane (I used about 3ish)
Heavy coat first day of this
I lightly sanded bubbles the next day, and re-coated heavily
Let dry overnight
Re-coated lightly next day
Let dry for two days
It takes at least a week and two days if you do all the steps singularly because of dry time. Remember, when you measure the wood, the wood dimensions are pre-cut dimensions not post-cut. (measure the physical wood while you are looking at it)
VIVO contacted me and sent me the part I needed to get my desk working again!
It came in 2-3 days, great customer service!
Changed my review from 1 to 5 stars :)
Other than the above, I'm very impressed. I got a 58 pound desktop from IKEA. 1 inch thick, 61 inches in length and 29 inch on width. I was worried that the weight would cause the desk to be hard to crank but... it's like jacking up a car with a jack, smooth as butter. Zero effort applied to lift the heavy tabletop.
Very quick to install, no challenges, I was able to put it together by myself.
Another thing is I'm glad I went with the crank option as I hear some of the electronic options motors are loud when lifting and lowering desk and eventually the motors could burn out. Very glad that I noticed the manual approach, would definitely purchase this item again and would recommend it.