When iMovR first introduced the Lander Desk in April, 2018 it stopped the presses, upending the long-standing assumption that a height-adjustable ergonomic desk will never be anything more than just a “dumb” piece of furniture with electric motors (if you’ll pardon our pun). As we wrote in our review at the time, the Lander’s debut represented a revolution in sit-stand smartdesk design, not just a another small evolution.
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We've been reviewing Varidesk products since the company was first spun out of costume and decorations-manufacturer Gemmy Industries in 2013. That's when they first introduced what was at the time a highly-innovative new product, the Varidesk Pro standing desk converter. The Varidesk (originally called the Versadesk but that was stopped by a lawsuit from Versatable) started out as a CEO's pet project inside of Gemmy, and has exploded to become one of the largest brands in the office fitness sector today, and still the sales leader in the desktop converter segment.
Since then the company has rolled out a long list of [...]
Online active office furniture seller Fully.com has quietly launched Able Desk Co as a separate brand, apparently targeting younger, most cost-sensitive, primarily millennial consumers.
As competitively priced as Fully’s desk products already are, apparently they felt the need to offer an even cheaper product in the marketplace for consumers that find $500 too much to pay for a standing desk. Advertised as a $399 desk (in the 27″x46″ size) the Able Desk is now in the same price league as other standing desks under $400, including the iMovR+Eureka i1 desk, Autonomous desks, and the IKEA Bekant.