Advanced ergonomics? You got it. The timeless design of the WorkFit-S makes it our best solution for flexible and comfortable working. This height-adjustable standing desk easily attaches to your desktop and adds a worksurface that stays with you as you sit or stand. Just lift or lower the WorkFit-S with the push and pull of a hand and tweak the optional weight settings for no-sweat adjustment. Then fine-tune your dual monitor mount and keyboard tray placement individually for how you work best. Supports two monitors up to 24” in size and includes a full five-year warranty.
I have this workstation at my office and I miss it dearly now that I am working from home. Using this at the office helped my lower back pain immensely. After a few weeks I was able to stand most of the day, but it works well when seated too. I really like having the empty surface for my notes or other paperwork. Unit is very sturdy and customizable. I am so impressed with the Ergotron brand that I just purchased a Workfit TL desk converter to use at home. Although it's a little different, I'm hoping that it will help my stiff neck and back and improve my ergonomics at home. Can't wait to get it.
This standing desk does what it needs to. The space for putting your phone, drinks or whatever is also useful. I even have enough space there for eating lunch at my desk. The keyboard tray part is enough for the keyboard/mouse and wrist pads. It's sturdy and neither the monitors or desk move when typing.
I'm 5'10 and can pretty much look straight ahead to my monitors with the desk all the way up. If you're shorter you can adjust for it to be lower, if needed. If you're a few inches taller than 6'2 ish then you may be slightly looking down when typing. This could be fixed by installing it on a taller desk.
I love this desk. I had another sit-stand desk prior to purchasing the ergotron brand that did not fit me as well ergonomically. I love that the keyboard tray is a drop down, it fits my height better and allows my shoulders to relax. The work surface is a bonus as well.
I received my adjustable desk and I love it. However, my only suggestion would be the ability to tuck the keyboard tray underneath the "desk" of the stand. I realize it may get in the way when you wish to lower it all the way down but if the bracket was turned the opposite way it may make room to tuck it under in any position. Just my two cents. Overall, I love it.
I love this dual monitor sit-stand workstation. Before this I had a DIY stand made of wood, legs from Ikea, and used books from my library. Now, I have this stand that allows me to stand as much as I can, then relax few minutes in sitting position.
Stand/sit as you can, as long you can
Space for phone, short coffee cup etc
If you lean on stand (while concentrating on your screen), the stand goes down. It needs some sort of "stopper" that you can "trigger"/"punch", so it does not go down. Without this "stopper", the stand will go down, as it is designed to.
You can't use tall coffee mug, as it will hinder the view of your screen.
Price: $579, a little too much, vs my DIY ($70) project from Home Depot and Ikea
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