The Lift35 converts any surface into a flexible sit-stand desk, giving you the proven health benefits of movement. From the moment it’s unpacked you’re ready for action: simply release the desk’s hand-brake levers to instantly stand up or sit down as you work. It moves straight up and down for more stability with no sway, tip or height-drop—even as you lean on the worksurface.
I have several desks at different locations and use the Lift35 at home. It's solid, sturdy and a bit bigger than the lift style I have elsewhere. The light color closely matches my desk. It lifts great even with multiple monitors.
I wish the keyboard tray had a lip or something in the back like one of my other (cheaper) desk lifts. On the Lift35, sometimes my keyboard gets caught on the cross bar and is flipped off the tray when ascending. I worry that I'll forget and my expensive keyboard will get wedged between the crossbar, the tray and the top piece. Once, I put my glasses on the keyboard and they fell of the back. When I came back to start working I put the thing down and squashed my glasses. I'm going to fix the tray on mine and add a feature to the top for holding my phone.
I thought I should mention it to Ergotron because I have used a lot of their equipment in offices and manufacturing sites. This model was closeout cheap, but these features should be considered for the Workfit series.
Easy to use and no setup
I got this for my home office set up and it has really helped my back. It is easy to move and down, and it came completely assembled. I love that it has a writing surface on it so you can write while you are standing.
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