FlexiSpot E9 Standing Desk Review
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The FlexiSpot E9 standing desk is another cheap option in the FlexiSpot lineup. It’s a single-motor, single-stage standing desk with no frills. The standout feature for the E9 is assembly.
|MSRP / List Price||$299.99|
Black frame and desktop: +$30
5 years on frame and motor
Electric, single motor
1 inch per second
Touch keypad with four memory presets and digital display
Black frame with black desktop or white frame with white desktop
Height range: 28.8″-48.4″
110 lbs (not including weight of desktop)
|Typical Assembly Time||
Once components are removed from the packaging, assembly time should be about 10 minutes. One tool (an Allen key) is included for attaching the lifting columns to the desktop and the feet to the lifting columns. No other tools are required.
|NEAT™ Certified by Mayo Clinic||
Compare to All Top-Rated Standing Desks
|Where to buy||
Buy on Flexispot
|Positives||Assembly is rather easy and should take no more than 10 minutes. Comes standard with a touch keypad controller with four memory presets and a digital-height display.|
|Negatives||This desk takes lack of options to a new level with only one desktop size and two colors. It's shaky near the top height. The weight capacity is low.|
This is a “first look” synopsis on the FlexiSpot E9 Standing Desk. A full review is coming soon!
The FlexiSpot E9 standing desk is another cheap option in the FlexiSpot lineup, starting at $299.99. It’s a single-motor, single-stage standing desk with no frills.
The E9 comes in two color combinations. There’s a white frame and white desktop or a black frame and black desktop for $30 more. The desktop comes in one size, 48″x24″.
The standout feature for the E9 is assembly. With a true, 10-minute assembly, this desk runs laps around more expensive and popular desks like the UpLift V2, Autonomous SmartDesk or Fully Jarvis. Those desks will take you at least an hour with lots of frustration along the way. The E9’s assembly is very similar to that of the FlexiSpot Theodore. Check out our full review of the Theodore for a detailed assembly explanation and even a video of the process.
The controller comes with four height memory presets and a digital height display. Like all single-stage bases, the height range is best for average height users. The height range of 28.8″-48.4″ will be particularly difficult for shorter users to fit. The desk is also not very stable, especially at taller heights.
The FlexiSpot E9 comes with the company’s standard warranty. Frame and motor are covered for five years and the electrical components as well as the controller and switch for just two years. FlexiSpot offers a 30-day money-back guarantee with this desk so you may want to retain the box.
If you’re interested in buying an adjustable-height desk and haven’t quite made your mind up on which, be sure to read our comprehensive reviews of the top-rated standing desks in our detailed roundup.
Many standing desks and converters come with grommets for some added convenience. Check out our article on grommet holes for everything you need to know about the different ways to use them to enhance your workstation, what to look for in your grommet holes, and where to find the desks with the best ones.
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