Stand Up Desk Store L-Shaped Standing Desk Review
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You can see that the Stand Up Desk Store L-Shaped Standing Desk has a few problems. With a super slow transit speed and surprisingly low weight capacity. Sadly, it even only comes in one size and a pretty lacking warranty. On the customizability front, this Stand Up Desk Store desk does offer solid wood options, but they’re low quality. For a positive look, the desk has dual-stage legs, meaning its height range and stability will be better than any that are only single stage. In the end, it’s probably a little too expensive for what it provides.
|MSRP / List Price||
White frame/black top: $1,079
Free to lower 48 states
1.2 inches per second
Digital programmable controller with two height preset memories
Main desktop: 70.9″x29.5″‘
Desktop comes in four colors of standard high-pressure laminate, Natural Walnut (different from the solid wood desktop), Black, White and Teak. There are two types of solid wood available, Walnut and Reclaimed Douglas Fir. Base comes in black or white.
Height range: 25.5″-51″
|Typical Assembly Time||
1 hour for solid wood desktops, 30 minutes for laminate desktops
|NEAT™ Certified by Mayo Clinic||
Compare to Other Adjustable-Height L-Desks
|Where to buy||
Buy on Amazon
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The Stand Up Desk Store L-Shaped Standing Desk has some visible issues right away. Compared to the cheapest L-Shaped desk we’ve reviewed, the Autonomous L-Shaped Standing Desk, has a much worse transit speed and much lower weight capacity. It also only comes in one size and has a similar warranty. All of this for a desk that starts at almost $400 more than the Autonomous desk. The Stand Up Desk Store desk does offer solid wood options, but they’re low quality.
On the plus side, the Stand Up Desk Store L-Shaped desk has dual-stage legs, meaning its height range and stability will be better than the Autonomous desk. Assembly should also be easier than the Autonomous desk.
Be sure to check out our full round of L-shaped desks to see which desks are our favorite and to compare and contrast every desk we’ve reviewed.
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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