Stand Up Desk Store Corner Standing Desk Review
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This Stand Up Desk Store Corner Standing Desk offers a curved front edge that enhances the style but can also give a slight ergonomic boost. With a dual-motor and dual-stage frame design, it disappointing that it can only lift up to 220 lbs. The controller only allows for two programmable height presets and also has a home button that returns the desk to 28.3″ in height, which is weird that they program that in automatically, no matter the user’s height. Since the legs come already attached to the crossbars, it does help quicken the assembly process.
|MSRP / List Price||$869|
Free to lower 48 states
Electric, dual-stage legs
Digital programmable controller with two height preset memories
Height range: 25″-50.5″
|NEAT™ Certified by Mayo Clinic||
|Where to buy||
Buy on Amazon
[Editors’ Note – This product seems to be no longer available from the manufacturer. Though they have many other similar products. We will keep this review up for future reference and comparison.]
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The Stand Up Desk Store Corner Standing Desk is 70″ wide and has a curved front edge. The desk has a dual-motor, dual-stage frame that can lift up to 220 lbs and is made of steel. The desk’s height range is 25″ to 50.5″ or 27″ to 52.55″ with optional casters.
The controller allows for two programmable height presets and also has a home button that returns the desk to 28.3″ in height.
Assembly should be fairly quick and easy since the legs come already attached to the crossbars, removing one step for the user.
One disappointing aspect about the desk is the lack of options. It is available in one size and one color for both the frame and the base. The matte black desktop is 5/8″ thick. The frame also only comes in black.
The Stand Up Desk Store Corner Standing Desk starts at $869, making it one of the cheaper corner desks we’ve reviewed once we tackle the full review.
Be sure to check out our full roundup of corner desk reviews where we rate each desk and explain the difference between a corner desk and a small L-shaped desk.
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.