Stand Steady Tranzendesk Standing Desk Review
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One of the few standing desks we’ve seen that includes a clamp-attached monitor riser, The Stand Steady Tranzendesk is pretty unique in that it includes its own monitor riser (for a little extra cost). Customizability for the desk is incredibly lacking, with only one option for color and size. However that size is pretty decent for the amount of money you are putting into it. The height range is lacking on the short end, which isn’t great for shorter users. The low-quality top might not last all that long. It doesn’t really have the conveniences that most standing desks have, which is why it costs so little. One of the many “you get what you pay for” situations.
|MSRP / List Price||$399.99|
No monitor riser: $399.99
Single electric motor with single-stage legs
Up and down buttons only. No digital height readout and no height presets.
Height range: 32.5″-52″ (with included wheels)
55″ x 23.75″
|Typical Assembly Time||
More than an hour
|NEAT™ Certified by Mayo Clinic||
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|Where to buy||
Buy on Stand Steady
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[Editors’ Note – This product seems to be no longer available from the manufacturer. We will keep this review up for future reference and comparison.]
This is a “first look” synopsis of the Stand Steady Tranzendesk. A full review is coming soon!
One of the few standing desks we’ve seen that includes a monitor riser, the Stand Steady Tranzendesk aims to find a place among mid-range standing desks with a price of $599.99 (or $499.99 without the monitor riser). The desk only comes in one size (55″ x 23.75″) and one color (black), so options are not its forte.
The monitor riser runs the full length of the desk, at 55″ long and is 12″ wide, providing a very generous place for storage. It has a height of 5″ from the desktop. It attaches to the desktop by clamp and can be removed.
The base is single-stage (two leg segments) and has a weight capacity of 110 lbs. The height range for the desk as it comes (with wheels) is 32.5″-52″, which will be way too high for most users at the sitting position. The hand controller has no digital reading and no height presets so it may be difficult to get your sitting and standing heights correct and consistent.
With 43 bolts/screws/pads and 21 components, expect assembly to be difficult and take more than an hour.
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