When standing desks first started appearing online en masse they were pretty much all rectangular affairs. Cubicle denizens and those who wanted to have a standing desk placed into a corner didn’t have too many options. Nowadays all that has changed, and there are now so many options that we had to actually break this category up into two subcategories: “corner standing desks” and “L-shaped standing desks.”
You might be wondering “what’s the difference between a corner desk and an L-desk?” This is another one of those situations where some standing desk purveyors intermix the two labels, [...]
As popular as standing desks have become—and as many companies as there are producing them these days—so-called “Standing L-Desks” or “L-Shaped Standing Desks” have been the red-headed step child of the active workstation category. Until recently.
While there aren’t a plethora of L-shaped standing desk options compared to their rectangular brethren, there are now enough offerings in the market to ensure that regardless of your space requirements, budget or existing décor, there’s an electric L-desk out there that will likely suit your needs. And if not, there’s always the DIY route, and we’ll cover [...]
In 2018 iMovR redefined the sit-stand desk when it introduced the Lander desk, boasting a number of industry firsts—a factory pre-assembled desk, entirely made in the USA, with an advanced, Bluetooth-enabled handset and free smartphone app, and with thousands of color and size combinations. Manufactured “on-demand,” customers can order with state-of-the-art, ergo-contoured desktops in any of 16 Surf(x) 3D-lamination colors or in any of 36 species/stain options in real wood.
The 2-legged Lander desk quickly became the most highly-rated standing desk in the industry, and despite its premium price, one of the most popular. Now, iMovR [...]
One of the few standing desk manufacturers to offer an L-desk version is TheHumanSolution, which makes three versions under their UpLift Desk brand. We’ve reviewed these three versions below as part of our comprehensive round-up of L-Shaped Standing Desk Reviews.
All three of these L-shaped desks are built on the same electric base, made in China by Jiecang. You can read our separate Jiecang base lab review to learn more about the performance of this all-important component of any sit-stand desk. We encourage the reader to choose the base first when shopping for any standing desk since their reliability, performance and value are all key buying considerations.
As part of our round-up of L-Shaped Standing Desk Reviews, here we review Fully’s 3-legged variant of their popular Jarvis standing desk.
Fully used to make two different L-desk models—one with the lowest price point of any L-shaped sit-stand desk on the market ($1,145) using very inexpensive powder-coated desktops, which was recently discontinued—and this remaining desk that we review here, which utilizes slightly more expensive bamboo and high-pressure laminated (HPL) desktops.
(To learn everything you ever wanted to know about powder coat, 3D laminate, HPL, real wood and other materials and production processes that are commonly used in the industry check out our [...]
As L-shaped standing desks go the Multitable Mod-E Pro Electric L-Desk is as simple as they get. Not a lot of thought seems to have gone into this product, which often happens when a standing desk manufacturer decides to add a corner desk option to its line to satisfy its existing customers’ requests but doesn’t want to make the investment in engineering and inventory to make it truly competitive with others’ offerings.
For its simplicity and minimal performance it’s not even the least expensive L-desk we’ve reviewed in our round-up of all the L-shaped standing desks you can find online, and certainly more [...]